Corbin Baldwin agrees to terms with Steelheads

Boise, Idaho – Head Coach and Director of Hockey Operations Neil Graham announced that the Idaho Steelheads have agreed to terms with defenseman Corbin Baldwin.

The Steelheads are the ECHL affiliate of the National Hockey League’s Dallas Stars and the American Hockey League’s Texas Stars.

The 6-foot-5, 220-pound blue-liner has appeared in 180 professional games since turning pro in 2012 with nearly half (84) coming in the the American Hockey League. Between the AHL and the ECHL, Baldwin has 273 penalty minutes and 30 fighting majors. The younger brother of former Steelheads’ defenseman Gord Baldwin, he is coming off a career-best 16 points (3g-13a) last season with the rival Alaska Aces.

Prior to turning pro, Baldwin spent four seasons in the Western Hockey League tallying 66 points (11g-55a) in 248 career games with Spokane.