The Chicago Wolves announced on Tuesday that they have signed veteran center Lonny Bohonos.
Bohonos has spent the last four seasons playing in Switzerland, helping Davos to the league championship in 2002 and leading the league in scoring in 2001.
Previously, the Winnipeg native spent parts of four seasons in the NHL with the Vancouver Canucks (1995-1998) and Toronto Maple Leafs (1997-1999), accruing 19 goals, 16 assists and 35 points in 83 games. Bohonos registered an NHL career-high 22 points (11G, 11A) in 36 games in 1996-97 to lead all Canucks rookies.
The 31-year-old Bohonos has also registered 145 goals, 183 assists and 328 points in 280 AHL games with the Syracuse Crunch (1994-1998) and St. John’s Maple Leafs (1997-1999). As a rookie in 1994-95, Bohonos tallied 30 goals and 45 assists for 75 points in 67 games. He followed that up with 40 goals and 39 assists in 1995-96, leading the Crunch to the conference championship series.