Robinson, 27, is entering his fourth season in the ECHL and second with the Road Warriors. Last season, the Ontario native tallied 39 points (20g-19a) in 64 games for the Road Warriors. His 20 goals were good for fourth most on the team. Before coming to Greenville, Robinson spent two seasons with the Cincinnati Cyclones, posting 21 goals and 29 assists in 83 games. Robinson’s marquee moment came in Game 5 of the 2010 Kelly Cup Finals when he scored the eventual Kelly-Cup winning goal.
Baldwin, a native of Victoria, British Columbia, is returning to Greenville for his third season with the Road Warriors. Last season, he tallied six goals and 12 assists in 45 games. In 2010-11, Baldwin notched two goals and eight assists. Baldwin’s professional career also includes 45 games with the Connecticut Whale/Hartford Wolf Pack of the American Hockey League.