'I want to be a Royal:' Saskatchewan product Robillard bringing talents to Langton

by Matt Mackinder

The Langton Royals have announced the signing of forward Jayden Robillard for the 2019-20 CPJHL season.

Robillard is an 18-year-old native of Black Lake, Sask. 

“Jayden is a breath of fresh air, and getting to know this young man has me excited about the game,” said Royals coach-GM Jason Do Paco. "He is knowledgeable about the game and is very enthusiastic, eager to learn and develop his game. Jayden is a right shot but plays his off wing.”

Coming to play for Langton is something that Robillard is elated for.

“I want to become a Royal because the organization looks great and I want to be a Royal," Robillard said. "My future goal is to make myself a better hockey player. Accomplishing my goals in life start here in Langton. My goals for this season are to score goals and be on a line with my good friend Chaydon Disain. I also would like to have a great time out there working hard and learning the game as well as being a role model in my community.”