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Chiefs defenseman Corbin Baldwin receives suspension

Spokane’s Corbin Baldwin checks Chilliwack’s Curt Gogol into the boards during the first period Thursday. (Colin Mulvany)
Spokane’s Corbin Baldwin checks Chilliwack’s Curt Gogol into the boards during the first period Thursday. (Colin Mulvany)

Spokane Chiefs defenseman Corbin Baldwin received a two-game suspension by the Western Hockey League after a major checking to the head penalty and a game misconduct in Wednesday night's 4-1 loss at Kamloops.

Baldwin, one of three 20-year-olds on the team, will miss the Chiefs' games this weekend when they host Victoria today and travel to Kootenay on Saturday.

The ailing Chiefs are already playing with limited reserves, as Tanner Mort (upper body, two weeks), Cole Wedman (upper body, one week) and Reid Gow (right hand, one month) are all sidelined with injuries.




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