April 24, 2018
Brooms out against Indy: In a series that was close (three games decided by a goal) the Walleye took care of Indy in short order, posting the first-ever sweep in Toledo Walleye history. The last time a Toledo team swept a team out the playoffs was in the 2006 Kelly Cup Playoffs when the then Toledo Storm defeated the Johnstown Chiefs three games to none in a best of five series.
Winning series: With its win over Indy, Toledo has won at least a round in the playoffs in three of the last four years. In 2015, Toledo advanced...Read more
April 11, 2018
ECHL Commissioner Brian McKenna penned a Letter to the Editor, dedicated to Toledo Walleye fans, in the April 11 edition of The Blade.
As the Commissioner of the ECHL, we recognize something special is happening in Toledo. During my visits to your city, I have experienced firsthand the incredible Walleye fandom. It is electric!
April 9, 2018
Finishing on high note: AJ Jenks scored with 15.4 seconds left in the third period Saturday night to even the game at four at Indy. That gave Patrick McCarron a chance in overtime and his wrist shot from the top of the circles found the back of the net for a 5-4 win in the final game of the regular season.
Packing the Center: Toledo set a new Huntington Center record crowd with 8,388 Friday capping an incredible season in downtown Toledo. The Walleye finished the year with a record 273,613 for the season and the highest per game average...Read more
April 4, 2018
Third period comeback leads to Division and Conference Title: Down in Cincinnati 2-1 with five minutes left in the game, the Walleye picked up goals from Shane Berschbach, Kyle Bonis and Austen Brassard in just 1:42 to take a 4-2 win. The win clinched a fourth straight division title for the Walleye and coupled with Colorado’s loss on Saturday the Western Conference became Toledo’s for a second straight season.
Back to back to back 8,000: It has been an amazing year for the Walleye fans and they continued that with a third straight crowd of 8,000...Read more