Tuesday, March 24, 2009

UAA 09-10 Recruit Update: Lee Baldwin

UAA Seawolves 09-10 recruit Lee Baldwin (6'3", 210lbs) finished the BCHL regular season as the leading scoring defenseman in that league.

The left-hander scored 13 goals and added 41 assists for the Victoria Grizzlies who finished the season with 90 league points for the best record in the league at 43-13-4 (overtime shootout losses not listed).

In 9 league playoff games so far Lee has registered 4 assists. The Grizzlies wrapped up a 7 game series with Cowichan last week taking 4 out of the 7 games.

This week the Grizzlies began their 2nd playoff series facing the Powell River Kings and have run into a hot goaltender losing the first two games in OT.

Victoria will be hosting the RBC this season (May 2nd - 10th) regardless of their finish in the BCHL's Fred Doyle Cup playoffs. Obviously they'd like to do that as the BCHL Cup winners.

Click here for past updates on this blog regarding Lee. There's some good stuff there like comparisons to Rob Blake and one of Victoria's assistants noting that other players in the league are scared to play against Lee.

12 comments:

Anonymous said...

Looks like a realy good point man for the powerplay.
Looking forward to next year.
Fan

Donald Dunlop said...

I'm wondering if he'll wear (or be allowed to wear) #77 with the Seawolves.

Anonymous said...

Seawolves can't count beyond 40 I understand (and good thing too; big numbers look big stupid). Lee and Jade Portwood played Novice hockey through midget together. Physically they should make a nice one-two punch.

Anonymous said...

Bryce Christiansen wears #49 so anything is possible as far as numbers go

Anonymous said...

1st star last night, 2-1-2 with 2pim for Lee

Anonymous said...

The 40s are the outer limits.

Anonymous said...

Jeff Carlson also wears #44.

Donald Dunlop said...

Every Seawolf team should have a #49 on it.

seawolvesfan said...

"Seawolves can't count beyond 40 I understand (and good thing too; big numbers look big stupid). Lee and Jade Portwood played Novice hockey through midget together. Physically they should make a nice one-two punch."

Curtis Glencross wore #82
Brett McMann wore # 94
Nathan Lawson wore # 52

past players but you get my point

DD can you explain this or anybody

http://www.goseawolves.com/SportSelect.dbml?SPSID=58451&SPID=6373&DB_OEM_ID=13400&KEY=&Q_SEASON=2008

whose Brad Gorham?

is he transfering?

Anonymous said...

I believe Gorham is transfering up from OSU. Donald had a blurb about him and Aiken. I think Woody did as well but those would have been X-mas break time.

Anonymous said...

Gee whiz... I don't want to belabor the point. However team policy as of this past season was numbers couldn't go above the 40s. The past is just that... past. Now will that policy remain for 2009-10? Who the freak the knows. I still think big numbers look rediculous. Blame Phil Eposito for #77 when he became a Ranger, but I'm sure someone can come up with an earlier example.

jjack said...

Curtis Glencross is my favorite hockey player ever. So I think we'd better be talking about someone phenomenal if we're going to say "well Glencross....."

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