But there are other sides to the new Kitchener Rangers blueliner. He's also a gifted musician who owns 10 guitars. In fact, music, is a massive part of his life.
He was the resident DJ up in Sudbury. And he shared a few stories of how music impacts his life recently.
In a side note, Corrado has always worn No. 22 on the ice. That is Jim McGeachie's old number, a former Ranger who died in a car accident. No player has worn that number since he passed away.
So, Corrado turned to No. 10 because "it's just a good hockey number."
It's also ex-captain Mike Catenacci's old sweater. As it turns out, Corrado is good friends with Catenacci. He grew up in the same Woodbridge neighbourhood and even went to the same high school as the pint-sized centre.
Before taking No. 10, Corrado texted Catenacci to ask for his permission.
"I said, if they don't retire the number by the time I get there, is it OK if I take it?"
Apparently, Catenacci was just happy that someone he knew was going to don good old No. 10.
As for centre Radek Faksa, the team is waiting on results from an MRI on his lower body injury. Faksa was injured Saturday against Barrie and did not play Sunday in Sudbury.