Defenceman Antoine Corbin was a free-agent invitee to the Hamilton Bulldogs training camp after five season in the Western Hockey League with Prince Albert and Kelowna. He made the team and signed a one year AHL contract. He played in 30 games for the Bulldogs before he was reassigned to the San Francisco Bulls of the East Coach Hockey League. He scored a goal and assist in six regular season games and another three in the playoffs before the Bullsdogs recalled him. With the Gulls elimination from the Kelly Cup playoffs, Corbin was returned to Hamilton where he will be available for the Bulldogs final three games of the season this weekend.
From Bulldogs Communications
HAMILTON, ONT – Hamilton Bulldogs General Manager Marc Bergevin announced today that the Bulldogs have recalled defenceman Antoine Corbin from the San Francisco Bulls of the ECHL.
Corbin, 20, played 30 games for the Bulldogs earlier this season recording three points (1 goal, 2 assists) and 22 penalty minutes. Corbin was reassigned to the Bulls on March 20th and played six games notching one goal and accumulating 18 penalty minutes. The 6’3”, 206-pound defenceman spent parts of five seasons in the Western Hockey League with the Prince Albert Raiders and the Kelowna Rockets registering 70 points (27 goals, 43 assists) and 269 penalty minutes in 189 regular season games.
The Bulldogs’ next game is against the St. John’s IceCaps at Copps Coliseum on Friday, April 19th at 7:30 p.m.