2 Chad Langlais
- Position: D
- Height: 5.8
- Weight: 170
- Born: Aug. 1, 1986
- Birthplace: Spokane, WA
- Home: Spokane, WA
Chad Langlais joined the Steelers in the summer of 2013 and in doing so re-united with head coach Doug Christiansen. Langlais played the latter part of the 12-13 season with Belfast Giants scoring a point a game.
- Three time NCAA (CCHA) Champion at University of Michigan.
- Second season in the Elite Ice Hockey League after joining the Belfast Giants in 2012-13
- Doug Christiansen’s first NEW import signing for the Sheffield Steelers.
Chad Langlais turned professional in 2011 after a successful four year period at the University of Michigan (2007-11). Langlais played under legendary coach Red Berenson.
Playing 173 games Langlais scored 13 goals and 81 points (delivering a +71), in doing so he also helped secure three conference (CCHA) championships.
The 2011-12, season saw Langlais play 67 games in the CHL (Central Hockey League) split between Dayton (43) and Evansville (24).
In 2012, Langlais moved to Arizona playing 27 games before a move away from the CHL to the East Coast Hockey league (ECHL) and Trenton Titans.
Prior to the EIHL signing deadline date Doug Christiansen acquired Langlais for the Belfast Giants. He made an instant impact scoring a point a game for the Ginats as they chased the EIHL title, narrowly falling short of the Nottingham Panthers. Langlais was instrumental in helping to lead the Giants to their first ever Erhardt Conference Title.
Langlais is known for his excellent skating ability and offensive production. He does an excellent job of joining the rush and making plays with his offensive instincts. Langlais made two of the highlight reel goals of the 2012-13 EIHL season in a must win game against the Cardiff Devils. The goals helped the Giants come from behind in a crucial title chasing game.
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