Tarantulas sign Dubois
[TOPEKA, KS.] - The Topeka Tarantulas of the Central Hockey League (CHL) announced today that the club has signed forward Jonathan Dubois.
Dubois, a 5'9" 180 pound forward from Drummondville, Quebec played the last nine seasons in the Central Hockey League. Dubois played for the Huntsville Channel Cats from 1995/96-1999/00, the San-Antonio Iguanas from 2000/01-2001/02, and the Oklahoma City Blazers from 2002/03-2004/05. During his nine seasons in the CHL, Dubois tallied 670 points and 1,843 penalty minutes in 529 games played.
Dubois began the 2004-05 season with the Oklahoma City Blazers, where he was waived on October 27. In two games played for the Blazers this season, he totaled one point and four penalty minutes
Dubois had a goal and an assist tonight in his first game with Topeka.
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