The South Carolina Stingrays announced Friday that goaltender Alex Dubeau has been released from his professional tryout agreement with Hershey and will rejoin the Stingrays.
Dubeau, 26, has posted a 4-0-2 record with South Carolina in six appearances this season, holding a goals-against average of 3.00. The netminder is in his second professional year after spending the 2019-20 season on an AHL contract with the Belleville Senators.
A native of Mascouche, Quebec, Dubeau appeared in three AHL games with Belleville last season and earned a win in his first career AHL start. The majority of Dubeau’s rookie year was spent in the ECHL with the Brampton Beast where he posted a 21-16-2 record in 40 appearances with three shutouts. In over 2,000 minutes of game action, the netminder had a 3.23 goals-against average and a 0.898 save percentage.
South Carolina returns to action on Friday night when they continue a 3-game series in Florida against the Everblades at 7:30 pm.
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