Anaheim has made two entry level signings this week.
First, they signed center Charlie Sarault to a three year contract that was announced on Tuesday. Sarault, 21, currently leads the Ontario Hockey League in scoring for the Sarnia Sting.
"I guess since its not so much of a secret anymore, yes the rumours are true I did just lately sign to the Anaheim Ducks, I can't express In words how happy and excited I am to be signed by such a great organization #Honoured #DreamComeTrue," was what Sarault posted on his Twitter account before the signing was officially announced.
Sarault has 22 goals and 102 points with a +18 rating in 63 games this season.
On Wednesday the Ducks also announced that they signed defenseman Kevin Gagne to a three-year entry-level contract.
Gagne, 20, has appeared in 294 career Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL) games, scoring 39-130=169 points with a +129 rating and 136 penalty minutes (PIM). He currently plays for Rimouski after being traded from St. John, where he played for four seasons.
Joseph Cramarossa, a third round draft pick from 2011, was also signed to an entry level deal which was announced on Saturday.
Per club policy, financial details of the contracts were not disclosed by Anaheim.