Royals ink forward Disain, another Saskatchewan native with 'tremendous upside'

by Matt Mackinder

The Langton Royals have announced the signing of forward Chaydon Disain for the upcoming 2019-20 CPJHL season.

Disain is a native of Black Lake, Sask., and is 5-foot-10 and 235 pounds. 

“Chaydon is a left shot that plays his off wing,” said Langton coach-GM Jason Do Paco. “He uses his body well and has a pretty good shot on him. I am excited to watch him grow in our program. I spoke with a scout we are working with in the area and he said he has tremendous upside and is eager to see what he brings next season.” 

When asked about why he signed with the Royals, Disain said it's all about development.

“I chose the Royals because the organization looks awesome," said Disain. "My future plans are making a name for myself and to become a better hockey player. My plans for this season? Well, to score a lot of goals and have some fun out there, as well as learn as much as I can."