Left-winger Chris Langevin played parts of two seasons with the Buffalo Sabres in the 80s. He was a gritty competitor who could also create offensive chances in a career spent chiefly in the minors.
The Montreal native accumulated 54 goals and over 450 penalty minutes in three junior seasons with the QMJHL's Chicoutimi Sagueneens. In 1980-81 he enjoyed a fine rookie pro season by notching 35 goals for the Saginaw Gears of the IHL. He then spent two years in the AHL with the Rochester Americans and earned a contract from the parent Sabres. Over the next three years he played most of his hockey in Rochester but was summoned to play 24 games for Buffalo before retiring in 1986.