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The address for the Huntington Center is:

Huntington Center

500 Jefferson Ave

Toledo, Ohio 43604

No alcohol or illegal drugs may be brought into the Huntington Center. Anyone breaking the law of underage drinking or using illegal drugs will be subject to immediate ejection and criminal prosecution. The sale of alcohol can be discontinued at any time, at the discretion of the Huntington Center or Lucas County.

Anyone interested in performing the National Anthem should submit a recording to Jack Jewitt at jack.jewitt@mudhens.com. The majority of our anthem performers are performance groups. To book your performance group to attend a Walleye game and perform the anthem, contact Henry Brown at henry.brown@toledowalleye.com.

Assistive Hearing Devices are available for check out at Guest Services in Section 116. A valid Driver's License or State Issued ID will be required for use as a deposit while using the device.

Are you crazy for the Walleye? This Experience Package is perfect for you and your favorite Walleye fan! A1 Rinkside Center Ice Seats are $400 and include:

  • Two tickets on the ice between the Walleye and visitor benches
  • Two Walleye jerseys
  • $50 in Walleye money
  • Videoboard recognition
  • VIP transportation provided by A1 Accurate Limousine and Airport Service

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Outside food and beverages are prohibited inside Huntington Center. There are multiple dining options throughout the concourse.

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Make your next birthday party one that will never be forgotten with a Walleye Birthday Package!

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We reserve the right to inspect all jackets and bags upon entry. Purses, diaper bags and other small personal bags are allowed, but may be inspected at all gate entrances. Please do not bring a purse larger than 6.5″x4.5″x6″. No large bags or boxes are allowed in the building without prior authorization

For your convenience we would like to remind you that security procedures are in place. Expect to pass thru metal detectors. You will not need to remove shoes or belts as you do at the airport, but remove any metal and cell phones from pockets and place into inspection bowls. The less you bring the easier it will be to pass the security checkpoint.

Professional cameras are video equipment are not permitted inside Huntington Center. A professional camera is defined as any camera with a detachable lens.

CURRENT COVID-19 RESTRICTIONS

******We have no COVID restrictions at this time as of 12/1/22

Any occasion worth celebrating is your opportunity to do something different. Make waves. Stir the pot. Fire the imagination. And entertain your clients and friends like never before. That's the magic of a Toledo Walleye party night and it's what we do best.

With a tremendous number of menu options available from gourmet to traditional, you can have the kind of event you envision for any size group. At the same time, the Huntington Center has several party areas to choose from and private party suites available. Give us a call at 419-725-9255 and get ready to send the invitations!'

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Head Coach: Pat Mikesch

Assistant Coach: Alden Hirschfeld

Assistant Coach: Brent Bain

Video Coach: Matt Bollinger

Athletic Trainer: Brad Fredrick

Head Equipment Manager: Adam Wozniak

Strength & Conditioning: Dan Jones

Team Physician: Matt Roth, MD

Director of Scouting: Ed Burkholder

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  • Species: Feline
  • Gender: Male
  • Weight: Big around the belly
  • Birth date: October 18, 2009
  • Residence: The Alley, Huntington Center
  • Favorite Movies: Cats: The Musical, The Aristocats
  • Favorite Food: Fish! I like nibbling on Walleye!
  • Hobbies: Fishing, heckling the opponents of the Toledo Walleye, pulling pranks, and napping
  • Favorite Books: 'The Cat in the Hat' by Dr. Suess, 'Just Fishing with Grandma' by Mercer and Gina Mayer
  • Favorite Quote: "Fishing is fun, but only when the cat has won!" - CatTrick

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ADDRESS

Huntington Center
500 Jefferson Ave
Toledo, Ohio 43604

FROM NORTH (I-75 SOUTH)

To get to the Huntington Center from Detroit and other points north of Toledo, take I-75 South to exit 202-A, the Washington Street exit. Then, stay right to get onto Washington Street. Turn left onto Erie Street, then turn right on Jefferson Avenue.

FROM FINDLAY (I-75 NORTH)

To get to the Huntington Center from Findlay and other points south of Toledo, take I-75 North to exit 201-B, the downtown exit. Turn left at the light onto Erie Street, then make the third right turn onto Jefferson Avenue.

FROM OHIO TURNPIKE (80/90 EAST)

To get to the Huntington Center from Fremont, Sandusky, the Ohio Turnpike and other points east of Toledo, take the Ohio Turnpike, I-80 West, to exit 64 which is the I-75 North exit. Follow I-75 North to exit 201-B, the downtown exit. Turn left at the light onto Erie Street, then make the third right turn onto Jefferson Avenue.

FROM ANN ARBOR (23 SOUTH)

To get to the Huntington Center from Ann Arbor or 23 South, take 23 South past the Ohio border to I-475 East. Take I-475 East to I-75 South. Follow I-75 South to exit 202-A, the Washington Street exit. Then, stay right to get onto Washington Street. Turn left on Erie Street, then turn right on Jefferson Avenue.

FROM WEST (STATE ROUTE 24)

To get to the Huntington Center from Defiance and other points west of Toledo, take State Route 24 and head East towards Toledo. Route 24 turns into the Anthony Wayne Trail. Follow the Anthony Wayne Trail and take the downtown Toledo exit. Turn left at the light onto Erie Street, then make the third right onto Jefferson Avenue.

 

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Doors open one hour before game time unless stated otherwise. Please call 419-725-9255 for more information.

Contact-free tickets are now available for Toledo Walleye games! Access your tickets by adding them to your Apple or Google Wallet. No more printing them out or standing at Will Call. Just tap your phone and go! It really is that easy.

Your My Tickets account allows you to manage your tickets for FREE. You can:

  • View your tickets on your mobile device
  • Transfer your tickets to family and friends
  • Recall transferred tickets if your friends can’t use them
  • Update your account information

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We’re taking T-Town Hockey fun to new heights by making our most popular fan experience even better aboard the Dana Fanboni! It’s a modified Zamboni with room for up to 15 people to enjoy a cruise around the Huntington Center ice. It’s time to hop on! There will be three opportunities to ride the Dana Fanboni: pre-game, first intermission and second intermission. These experiences will sell out in advance!

  • Group of 15 | $450 | Each guest receives a Toledo Walleye game ticket and $15 Walleye Money.
  • Groups of 25+ | $375 | Add the experience on for 15 of your guests to enjoy the brand new Dana Fanboni.
  • Individual Packages (groups of less than 15) | $35 each | Includes the opportunity to ride the Dana Fanboni and $15 in Walleye money.
  • Walleye money is accepted at all casual dining and fanwear locations.

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Elevators are located at the Main Entrance (Jefferson Ave and Huron St.) and at the North Entrance (Madison St. at Art Tatum Plaza). On the main concourse, these are located in sections 108-109 and 120. On the club level, these are located in sections 208-209 and 220.

Fans may exchange tickets up to 48 hours before the date of the game for tickets to any other regular season game, based on availability. No refunds are available. To exchange tickets please bring them to the Box Office or mail them to Toledo Walleye, ATTN: Box Office, 500 Jefferson Ave., Toledo, OH 43604. When mailing in your tickets please include your contact information and any special requests.

Began in 1988-89 with five teams in four states, the ECHL has grown into a coast-to-coast league with 27 teams in 20 states and two Canadian provinces for its 34th season in 2021-22. There have been more than 700 players who have gone on to play in the National Hockey League after starting their careers in the ECHL. The ECHL has affiliations with 27 of the 32 NHL teams in 2021-22, marking the 245th consecutive season that the league had affiliations with at least 20 teams in the NHL. Further information on the ECHL is available on Twitter and Facebook.

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Family restrooms are located in sections 108, 119 and 203-204.

Great experiences last forever! Book some major fun or give the perfect gift with Toledo Walleye Experience Packages. These unique and personal experiences are very limited. Reserve your Fan Experience today by filling out the form below. 

Questions? Email jack.jewitt@toledowalleye.com or call 419-725-4367

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All firearms and weapons are prohibited inside the Huntington Center.

First aid is located in sections 113-114 on the main concourse.

Fans are reminded to be alert at all times for hockey pucks, hockey sticks and other flying objects that may leave the rink. 

FloSports is the new provider for ECHL.TV. Every ECHL regular season game, as well as the annual ECHL All-Star Classic and the Kelly Cup Playoffs, are available to stream exclusively through FloHockey, along with original content, interviews, and analysis produced by FloSports.

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Gift Cards, redeemable for game tickets or fanwear, may be purchased in the Swamp Shop and The Tackle Box.

 

Fans attending certain games may be presented with a promotional item as they enter or exit the Huntington Center! Please be aware that these items are of a limited quantity. Visit the promotions page for details on upcoming giveaways!

Have your next group outing or function with the Walleye! There are numerous group spaces to choose from including: the Aquarium, The Madison Marsh, Dragonfly Terrace, The Goal Zone, and the Club Level Lounge. Special rates for group tickets are available.

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Great Clips Guest Services is located in section 110. If you would like to sign up for game-day contests, have questions or need directions, assistance or anything else, the staff at the Great Clips Guest Services kiosk will be happy to help!

Ever heard our incredible goal horn at the Huntington Center after a Walleye goal? The refurbished Leslie 300 Tyfon from the S.S. Col James M. Schoonmaker was installed during the 2011 season and has become a fixture of Toledo hockey ever since. Now you have the chance to pull the goal horn before a Walleye game of your choice! This $125 package includes:

  • Walleye game ticket
  • Souvenir Walleye hat
  • $25 in Walleye money that can be used at all restaurant and fanwear locations at the Huntington Center
  • Donation to the Walleye Wishing Well Charitable Fund

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The Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame was created to honor those individuals who have excelled as athletes, as coaches, and those individuals or staff members who have been fervent supporters helping to shape Toledo’s hockey heritage.

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The Mud Hens and Walleye administrative offices are located on the fifth floor of the 406 Washington St. building in downtown Toledo. The front office is open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. The front office is closed on most major holidays. The Walleye main ticket office is located at the Huntington Center at 500 Jefferson Ave.

Walleye Box Office Hours:

Monday-Friday: 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.
Saturday: Closed (Only open if there is an event or game from 3 p.m. - 8 p.m.)
Sunday: Closed (Only open if there is an event or game from 1 p.m. - 6 p.m.)

The Toledo Walleye organization invites you to nominate someone in our community who has selflessly impacted our country by serving in the armed forces.

Please use the form below to nominate a family member or friend (active duty or retired) to be honored as the Hometown Hero presented by Toledo Blade and Marathon at an upcoming Walleye game. After the form is filled out, a Toledo Walleye staff member will reach out to the contact with more information regarding the experience.

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Located in Toledo's Warehouse District, Hensville embodies the resurgence of economic development in the area. You'll find new businesses and residences popping up, a revived entertainment scene and many more exciting plans for the future.

The goal is simple. Create experiences for the entire Toledo Region to enjoy and share. Hensville has been designed from the ground up specifically for you. An inclusive modern entertainment destination for all to enjoy.

Catch a game at Fifth Third Field, grab a bite, meet some friends, have a drink, throw a party, shop, take in a concert, watch a show or just relax with those close to you. Make Hensville part of your scene and find out all it has to offer.

Hensville

The Toledo Walleye invite you to schedule your next big game at the Huntington Center!  Youth, High School, and Adult Hockey games at the Huntington Center are fun, exciting, and there are tons of benefits!

How it works: Fill out the form at the below to submit your interest in ice time. Once you fill out the form, we will reach out to you with available ice times for this season.

Ice Time Form

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Unsolicited Idea Submission Policy: The Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye and its employees do not accept or consider unsolicited ideas, including ideas for new advertising campaigns, new promotions, new or improved products or technologies, new club names or logos, product enhancements, materials, or marketing plans. Please do not send or provide any unsolicited ideas, original creative artwork, suggestions, information, or other works (each, a "Submission") in any form to the Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye office, email address, web address, employee, or other Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye representative. If, despite our request that you not send us your ideas, you still send them, the following terms shall apply to your Submission regardless of what your letter, email, or other form of communication says.

TERMS OF IDEA SUBMISSION: You hereby assign to the Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye, free of charge, all worldwide rights, title, and interest in all copyrights and other intellectual property rights in your Submission. The Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye will be entitled to reproduce, display, prepare derivative works based upon, or otherwise use any Submission, including any ideas, concepts, know-how, or techniques contained in the Submission, for any purpose whatsoever, including but not limited to, developing and marketing products using such Submission, without restriction and without compensating you in any way. The Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye are not obligated to review your Submission. The Toledo Mud Hens/Walleye do not agree to keep your Submission confidential and shall not be held liable for any use or disclosure of it.

The Walleye offer full-time and part-time winter internships for college students. To apply, send a resume and cover letter to: Toledo Walleye, 406 Washington St., Toledo, OH 43604.

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Laser Pointers or any other similar item are prohibited inside the Huntington Center.

The Lost and Found is located at Great Clips Guest Services in Section 116 during the game. For all inquiries, please contact the Glass City Center Security Office at 419-321-5001.

Lost children found by Toledo Walleye or Huntington Center staff will be taken t Great Clips Guest Services located on the main concourse in Section 116.

Spike and CatTrick are the faces of the Toledo Walleye! Each mascot has a special background leading them to be the perfect fit for our team.

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Propose at a Walleye game! Choose between proposing LIVE on the videoboard or with a special message during the Welcomes and Birthday scroll during the second intermission.

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  • There are 950 metered parking spaces in downtown Toledo and thousands of spaces in garages and surface lots, many that are within three blocks of the Huntington Center.
  • If you are just stopping by the ticket office or coming to the Swamp Shop, there is brief 15-minute parking along Jefferson St. in front of these locations.

 

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There are plenty of party spaces and suites to make your group outing with the Walleye one for the books! A Walleye group outing is affordable, family-friendly, fun for all ages, helps build relationships and is easy to organize - we do all of the work!

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Pets are not permitted inside the Huntington Center with the exception of service animals or our designated Paws and Pucks nights.

The following items are not permitted inside the Huntington Center:

  • Weapons of any kind
  • Food or beverage
  • Cans, bottles, coolers or other similar containers
  • Video cameras, audio recorders or other similar electronic devices
  • Professional cameras Any cameras with detachable, long or extending lenses
  • iPads
  • Laser pens or laser products
  • Air horns or noise makers (except Hockey games)
  • Coolers
  • Fireworks
  • Glow Sticks
  • Beach balls
  • Aerosol spray cans
  • Tools (wrenches / pliers)
  • Pets (except service animals)
  • Chairs of Any Kind (Except wheelchairs for handicap personnel)
  • ANY OTHER ITEM DEEMED UNACCEPTABLE BY BUILDING MANAGEMENT

Kick off a Walleye game by yelling “Game On” live on the ice right before puck drop! This $125 package includes:

  • Walleye game ticket
  • Souvenir Walleye hat
  • $25 in Walleye money that can be used at all restaurant and fanwear locations at the Huntington Center
  • Donation to the Walleye Wishing Well Charitable Fund
     

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Always remember your experience at the Huntington Center by scheduling an experience in the least popular space in the house – the penalty box! Fans can view pregame warm ups LIVE from the penalty box before select Walleye games. This $50 package includes:

  • Walleye game ticket
  • Souvenir Walleye hat
  • $10 in Walleye money that can be used at all restaurant and fanwear locations at the Huntington Center
  • Donation to the Walleye Wishing Well Charitable Fund

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Take a postgame photo on the ice at the location of your choice: center ice logo, penalty box, or even the Walleye bench! This $50 package includes:

  • Walleye game ticket
  • Souvenir Walleye hat
  • $10 in Walleye money that can be used at all restaurant and fanwear locations at the Huntington Center
  • Donation to the Walleye Wishing Well Charitable Fund

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Join us after select home games throughout the season for a FREE open skate at the Huntington Center. Open skate participants can lace up in The Aquarium near the Jefferson Avenue Lobby. Skaters can provide their own skates or can rent them at the Huntington Center for $5. The open skate will last approximately one hour after the game.

2023-24 Postgame Open Skate Dates:

  • Saturday, December 23
  • Sunday, January 7
  • Sunday, January 14
  • Sunday, January 28 (WITH PLAYERS)
  • Sunday, February 4
  • Sunday, February 25 (WITH PLAYERS)
  • Sunday, March 3

All Toledo Walleye games, home and away, can be heard on Fox Sports 1230 WCWA-AM The Gambler.

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Huntington Center has a no re-entry policy. Once you leave the building during an event you will not be permitted to return without purchase of another ticket.

Plenty of restrooms adorn the concourses of the Huntington Center, including two family restrooms, and all are in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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If you would like an announcement to be made on the message center board please stop by Great Clips Guest Services (located in section 116) BEFORE the halfway mark of the second period of the game if you'd like your message posted. A minimum $1 donation is required to post a message. Proceeds benefit the Walleye Wishing Well Charitable Foundation. These birthday, anniversary and welcome announcements usually run during the 2nd intermission.

Huntington Center is a smoke-free facility. Smoking is not permitted anywhere inside the building, this includes electronic cigarettes. No smoking area’s are available outside. Huntington Center is also a no re-entry venue.
 

Location:

500 Jefferson Ave.
Toledo, Ohio


Store Hours:

Closed for the off-season
Select Walleye FanWear is available at the ballpark store, and best selection is available at our online store!

**Huntington Center Store will re-open in October 2023**

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Our success is your success! Contact our Sponsor Development Team at 419-725-4379 to explore how your company can build stronger connections to people and markets. 

Our Sponsor Development Team is ready to work with companies large and small to determine the best, most appropriate plan. You definitely don't need to be a Fortune 1000 company to participate. Being an ongoing sponsor of the Toledo Walleye can put your enterprise, firm, organization or products in the spotlight for thousands of fans. From an advertising point-of-view, you'll get exposure to a great group of active fans with not much clutter.

When you contact our Sponsor Development Team, you will also hear about the advantages of year round exposure via sponsorship of the Toledo Mud Hens as well as the Toledo Walleye. With 106 home games each year, you can reach tens of thousands via special promotions, printed programs, schedule, videoboard messages, signage, website exposure and more.

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  • Species: Yellow Walleye
  • Gender: Male
  • Height: Taller than most
  • Weight: Big around the belly
  • Birth date: July 27, 2009
  • Birth place: The Maumee River
  • Residence: The Pond, Huntington Center
  • Favorite Movies: Finding Nemo & The Mighty Ducks
  • Favorite Songs: 'The Hockey Song' by Stompin' Tom Connors, 'Take On Me' by Reel Big Fish, and 'What I like About You' by the Romantics
  • Favorite Food: Worms
  • Hobbies: Cheering on the Walleye hockey team, playing hockey, dancing, writing poetry, and reading
  • Favorite Books: 'One Fish, Two Fish, Red Fish, Blue Fish' by Dr. Suess and 'Z is for Zamboni' by Matt Napier
  • Favorite Quote: "You miss 100% of the shots you never take." - Wayne Gretzky

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Tickets are available online at toledowalleye.com or in person at the box office.

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Becoming a Walleye Ticket Plan Member has never been in higher demand! Don't miss a minute of the hard-hitting T-Town Hockey action this season. We offer plenty of flexible ticket plan options to make sure you get to see every game you can.

Interested in a Ticket Plan? Give us a call at 419-725-WALL or fill out the form below.

Ticket Plan Inquiry Form

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Walleye are freshwater fish, known for their excellent vision, speed and elusiveness. They are relatively large and predatory, and eat crayfish, minnows and yellow perch when in the wild.

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Guidesly. (2023, May 10). Learn about the walleye – fishing. Learn About the Walleye – Fishing. https://guidesly.com/fishing/fish-species/walleye

The official mascot of the Toledo Walleye Hockey Club is Wally The Walleye™. Wally makes his home at the Lake Erie Exhibit in the Toledo Zoo's Aquarium and fans are encouraged to visit him year round. The easiest way to spot Wally is the white spot located on his caudal fin. More information on the Toledo Zoo can be found at www.toledozoo.org.

If you order tickets by phone or online, you can have the Walleye hold your tickets at the Huntington Center for pick-up. Will Call tickets can be picked up at the Huntington Center Box Office, located on Jefferson Ave. Fans will need a Photo ID to pick up tickets.

Walleye Money, which may be used at all Huntington Center restaurants, box offices or fanwear locations, is available in $1 and $5 increments. Walleye Money may be purchased through the Walleye Group Fun Department. Call 419-725-WALL (9255) for more information.

Book our most popular fan experience early, because we will fill up most dates before the start of the season! Zamboni Ride packages will offer an opportunity to ride on a Zamboni before the game, during the first Intermission or during the second Intermission. This $125 experience includes:

  • Walleye game ticket
  • Souvenir Walleye hat
  • $25 in Walleye money that can be used at all restaurant and fanwear locations at the Huntington Center
  • Donation to the Walleye Wishing Well Charitable Fund

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A zamboni (or ice resurfacer) is a vehicle or hand-pushed device used to clean and smooth the surface of a sheet of ice, usually in an ice rink. The first ice resurfacer was developed by American inventor and engineer Frank Zamboni in 1949 in the city of Paramount, California.

Source: Wikimedia Foundation. (2023, June 2). Ice resurfacer. Wikipedia. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ice_resurfacer

 

 

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