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Walleye News and Notes: February 19

Sadowy hat trick highlights weekend: After dropping back to back game against Cincinnati on Friday and Saturday, Toledo rebounded by beating the Kalamazoo Wings 5-3 Sunday evening. Dylan Sadowy led the way for Toledo on Sunday by scoring the first three goals of the game for the first Walleye hat trick of this year by a Walleye player. It is also the first three goal game since February 10, 2018 against Kansas City (Connor Crisp).

Sellout run hits 20: With crowds of 8,203 on Saturday and 7,779 on Sunday, the Walleye continue to fill the Huntington Center past capacity. An official sellout...

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San Jose makes the call for Hensick

San Jose makes the call for Hensick

Forward TJ Hensick has been loaned to the San Jose Barracuda of the AHL.

Hensick, the native of Howell, Michigan, has posted a league leading 58 points (17G, 41A) over 47 games in his first season with the Toledo Walleye. His 41 assists also paces every player in the ECHL while his 17 goals are tied for the most on the Walleye this season. The 33-year-old already set a new Walleye record earlier this year when he collected a point in 14 consecutive games.

Drafted in the third round of the 2005 draft (#88 overall) by the Colorado Avalanche, Hensick has skated...

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Walleye News and Notes: February 12

Weekend sweep of the Fuel: Toledo continued its domination of the Indy Fuel by taking both games over the weekend by scores of 5-4 and 4-1. Defenseman Marcus Crawford led the way for Toledo, scoring once and adding in two assists. The Walleye holds an all-time record of 27-3-2 against Indianapolis.

Sellout run to 18: With crowds of 8,300 on Saturday and 7,897 on Sunday, the Walleye continue to fill the Huntington Center past capacity. An official sellout is 7,431 but Toledo is averaging 7,691 on the season with 18 standing room only crowds over 23 home games.

Offense matters: When...

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Walleye News and Notes: February 5

Nagle shutout highlights week: After dropping an overtime game Thursday to Kalamazoo and a 5-2 loss Friday to Tulsa, goaltender Pat Nagle made sure Toledo would not drop three in a row with a 38 save performance in a Walleye 2-0 win over Brampton Saturday night. It was the 15th career ECHL shutout for Nagle which ties him for 6th all-time in ECHL history.

Pack the barn: Toledo posted yet another sellout crowd by welcoming in 8,000 in Saturday’s game vs. Brampton. It was the 16th sellout crowd of the season for the Walleye who are averaging...

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