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Walleye acquire All-Star Bradford from Rapid City

Toledo, OH – The Toledo have acquired forward Erik Bradford from the Rapid City Rush in exchange for forward Darian Dziurzynski.

Bradford started the year in Norfolk where he appeared in seven games with six points (1G, 5A) and did not appear in a game for Rapid City. The native of Orangeville, Ontario started last season with the Walleye picking up two points (1G, 1A) in five games before being traded to Utah. While with the Grizzlies, Bradford flourished with 61 points (16G, 45A) over 57 contests. His efforts netted him a spot in the ECHL All-Star game this...

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Walleye News and Notes

Perfect week: Toledo opened a three-game week with a Halloween night tilt in Worcester in which Tyler Barnes scored the game-winning goal in a 3-2 road win. In the first meeting of the year between Toledo and Kalamazoo, the Walleye used A.J. Jenks two goals to post a 5-2 home win over their Michigan rivals on Saturday night. Zach Nastasiuk scored on a breakaway in the early part of the third period on Sunday as the Walleye bested the Fuel 3-2 in Indy Sunday afternoon.

Huntington Center Rocking: Two games into the home schedule and the...

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Defenseman Added to the Lineup

Defenseman Added to the Lineup

Baseball and hockey collide with the Toledo Walleye announcing today that defenseman Kevin Gibson has agreed to terms with the team for the 2017-18 season. He is expected to be in the lineup tonight for the Walleye in Worcester.

The son of former Detroit Tigers great, MLB outfielder and National League Manager of the Year Kirk Gibson started this season in Europe playing for the Milton Keynes Lighting appearing in 10 contests with one goal, four assists and 11 penalty minutes. Gibson does have ECHL experience playing the last two seasons with the Quad City Mallards including a 30 point (...

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Walleye News and Notes

Look Back to Last Week: Toledo played three games in three days last week starting Thursday night in Reading. Toledo grabbed a 3-1 lead early in the third period but the Royals came back to beat the Walleye 4-3 in overtime. Friday saw the Walleye in Adirondack for the first time ever. Toledo scored twice in the third period but couldn’t erase a 5-1 deficit in a 5-3 loss. The Walleye rebounded Saturday night riding a 30 save performance from Pat Nagle in a 4-2 win over the Thunder.

Reno Nets First: Defenseman Parker Reno scored...

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