Athletistic/Hockey. The press service of Chelyabinsk “Traktor” announced the conclusion of a contract with striker Charles Robinson.
As reported on the Bears’ official website, the 31-year-old American signed a deal valid until the end of the current season – until April 30, 2024.
Charles Robinson began his career at Lake Superior State University (Sioux Saint Mary, Michigan, USA). The forward played most of his career in the AHL. There he played for the San Jose Barracudas, Binghamton Senators, Manitoba Moose, San Diego Gulls, Stockton Heat and Rockford Ice Dogs. In total, Charles played 575 games in the AHL and scored 294 (135+159) points using the goal+pass system.
In the NHL, Robinson played 63 games, scoring four goals and giving eight assists. Robinson played for the Ottawa Senators, Calgary Flames, Anaheim Ducks and Chicago Blackhawks.
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