The two selections for the Prince George Cougars in this year’s WHL Prospects Draft have signed on the dotted line.

Two days after Tyson Buczkowski inked his contract, 2006-born forward Hunter Laing followed suit today (Wednesday) and signed on with the Cats.

The 15-year-old was the Cougars’ second-round selection, 33rd overall earlier this month.

“We’re excited to have Hunter join our organization and we are thrilled to have our top two selections signed,” said Cougars’ General Manager & Head Coach Mark Lamb.

“Hunter’s size and style of play is something we wanted to add to our forward depth.”

The Kelowna, BC product leads the Rink Hockey Academy Kelowna’s Under 16 team in scoring with 26 points (12g-14a) in 17 games.

The 6’6” and 190-pound forward is the son of Kelowna Rockets Assistant Coach Quinten Laing.

“Hunter has size, and he establishes a dominating presence when he’s on the ice,” said Cougars’ Director of Scouting Bob Simmonds.

“He plays with skill and determination and has a well-rounded game. He is really only scratching the surface of his potential.”