Kitchener Rangers head coach and General Manager Steve Spott announced that the team has signed Keli Grant to an Ontario Hockey League contract with the Rangers.
Chosen in the third round of the 2009 OHL Priority Selection by the Rangers, Grant played the 2008-09 season with the Kingston Jr. Frontenacs. He tallied 46 goals and 39 assists in 53 games.
Scouts describe Grant as a skilled forward, goal scorer who is a finesse player and very mobile. He is the type of player that will get you out of your seat.
Hometown: Wilton, ON
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