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About Steve Baker

Steve Baker was born May 6, 1957


Steve Baker was drafted by the New York Rangers in the 3rd round and 44th overall in the 1977 NHL Amateur Draft.


Steve Baker had a sizzling hot introduction to the NHL with the New York Rangers. He lost only one of his first ten starts in 1979-80 and seemed destined to be the Ranger keeper of the future. Instead he played in fewer and fewer games each year, finally getting into only three contests in 1982-83 before ending his playing career in the minors the following season.

Baker first received praise at Union College in Schenectady, New York. In the first two years of the program the team went 46-5, but Baker and several other star players quit the team when the Dutchmen’s celebrated coach, Ned Harkness, was forced to resign in the program’s third year. Harkness was known as a keen judge of goalkeeping talent, having sent another college netminder, Ken Dryden of Cornell, to the professional ranks.


Baker finished the 1982-83 season with the Tulsa Oilers, playing a league-leading 49 games, and after one more season, in the AHL, he retired.


Primary Source: The Hockey Hall Of Fame’s Player Search


Here is what our friends at Wikipedia have to say about Steve


Here are Steve’s lifetime stats courtesy of

A great Q&A interview with Steve done in 2017