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Tarantulas trade Robertson to Memphis

January 14, 2005 - Central Hockey League (CHL) - Topeka Tarantulas News Release

[Topeka, KS.] - The Topeka Tarantulas of the Central Hockey League (CHL) announced today that the club has acquired the rights to defenseman Jeff Cameron from the Memphis RiverKings in exchange for Peter Robertson.

Cameron, a 6’1" 215 pound defenseman from Moncton, New Brunswick played 33 games for the RiverKings this season. In those games, he had 11 points and 28 penalty minutes. Yesterday, Cameron signed a contract with the Columbus Cottonmouths of the Southern Professional Hockey League (SPHL). Cameron has appeared in one game for Columbus and has two points and four penalty minutes.

In exchange for Cameron, the Tarantulas dealt defenseman Peter Robertson to the RiverKings. In 34 games played for the Tarantulas, Robertson had 13 points and 22 penalty minutes.

To fill the roster spot left by Robertson, the Tarantulas signed defenseman Kevin Harris off waivers from the Oklahoma City Blazers. In 15 games played for the Blazers, he tallied two points and 10 penalty minutes.

Harris will be in the lineup tonight and will be wearing number four.

The Tarantulas are on the road tonight to take on the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs at 7:05 pm. Listen to all the action live on 1490 AM KTOP Topeka or on the Tarantulas website at . Join Tarantulas broadcaster Bob Rennison as he takes you through all the action beginning at 6:40 pm for the pre-game show.

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