Laberge will be heading to the Utica Comets from the Adirondack Thunder.
The twenty-four-year-old left wing played his junior hockey for Rimouski Oceanic of the QMJHL – the same junior team that Sidney Crosby and Alexis Lafreniere, among others, played for. He turned professional in 2017, joining the Texas Stars of the American Hockey League. He played two seasons for the Stars, posting a total of twenty-two points during his time with Texas.
After leaving Texas, Laberge played the 2019-20 season for the Sorel-Tracy Blackhawks of the LNAH. The LNAH is an A level professional league in the Province of Quebec. After one season with Sorel-Tracy, Laberge played for the Allen Americans of the ECHL. It was with Allen that he had his best professional season, posting fifteen goals and twenty-two assists in fifty games played.
Laberge has played five games for the Adirondack Thunder so far this season, where he has no goals and five assists, to go with nine PIM. At 6 feet two inches tall and 198 pounds, Laberge will bring size and playmaking ability from the wing to the Comets lineup.
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