Baudry, 22, has just completed a four-year career at Bemidji State University in Minnesota, where he captained the squad in his senior year. In four years of NCAA Division I hockey with the Beavers, the 5-foot-11, 200-pound defenceman put up 21 goals, 68 points and 122 penalty minutes in 146 games.
This past season, Baudry led Bemidji with nine goals and 31 points, while playing some very tough minutes on the team’s first pairing. He also finished the season with 34 penalty minutes and a plus 7 rating.
The LaBroquerie product played his midget hockey with the Eastman Selects, before moving on to have a very successful two-year career in the Manitoba Junior Hockey League with the Steinbach Pistons, before moving south. With Steinbach, Baudry dressed in 100 regular season games, putting up nine goals, 62 points and 57 penalty minutes from 2012-14.
Following a one-year stint with the United States Hockey League’s Fargo Force, Baudry joined the Beavers, and will now look to finish off his 2018-19 season with the Ontario Reign, who have 12 games remaining on their schedule. The Reign will not qualify for the AHL playoffs this season.