March 16, 2018
Toledo, OH – Forward Luke Nogard has been added to the Toledo Walleye roster on an amateur tryout agreement. The Walleye are in Quad City tonight.
Nogard just finished his best season at the University of Nebraska-Omaha by appearing in 35 games with nine goals, four assists, 13 points and 26 penalty minutes. Over four seasons for the Mavericks, the 24-year-old skated in 114 games with 10 goals, 13 assists and 102 penalty minutes. In each of the last three years, Nogard has been on the NCHC All-Academic team.
The native of Ancaster, Ontario appeared in at least 25 games a season for...Read more
March 14, 2018
(Toledo, OH) – Defenseman Simon Denis has been loaned to the Hartford Wolf Pack of the American Hockey League.
Denis has been on hot streak lately, riding a nine-game point streak (1G, 12A) and has had at least one assist in those nine straight games, tying a Toledo Walleye record. For the season, the 26-year-old ranks 16th in defenseman scoring with 35 points (6G, 29A). The Burnaby, BC native completed an amazing first professional season that saw him set a new Walleye single season record with a plus 40 rating. In 70 appearances for the Walleye, Denis scored 15 goals with 40...Read more
March 14, 2018
Defenseman Jared Wilson has agreed to terms with the Walleye on an Amatuer Try Out contact. In a separate move the Walleye have released defenseman Dalton Carter from his ATO. Wilson just finished his senior season at Renssleaer Polytechnic Institution where over the last four years he appeared in 151 games. Captain this year for the Engineers, the 23-year-old posted 27 goals and 25 assists with 192 penalty minutes in his career. This year the 6’3”, 190 pound defenseman appeared in all 37 games with seven goals and seven assists. The Calgary, Alberta native posted career highs in with 11 goals, 17 points and 77 penalty minutes...Read more
March 13, 2018
2018 Kelly Cup Playoffs spot secured: For the fourth consecutive year the Toledo Walleye will be a part of the postseason. It is the first time in Walleye history that the team has reached postseason play in four straight years. The Toledo ECHL record for longest consecutive years in the playoffs is eight straight years (1992-1999).
ECHL record set: With the 8-0 defeat of Quad City on Friday night, the Toledo Walleye set a new ECHL record for most wins over a four year span (189). The Alaska Aces twice achieved 188 wins over a four year span to hold...Read more