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Walleye News and Notes

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...

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To the editor: Toledo is at the top of the ECHL

To the editor: Toledo is at the top of the ECHL

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!

Con...

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Walleye News and Notes

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...

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Walleye News and Notes

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...

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