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Walleye fans smash attendance records | Thank you, Toledo!

Tuesday, June 4th
Walleye fans smash attendance records | Thank you, Toledo!

Our tenth season of Toledo Walleye hockey at the Huntington Center was the best yet! We can’t do it without tremendous community support, and you packed the pond to help us have a true home ice advantage. THANK YOU!

2018-19 Walleye Attendance Numbers:

  • Regular season: 280,170 (average of 7,783) | NEW TEAM RECORD!
  • 31 of 36 regular season games sold out | NEW TEAM RECORD!
  • Playoffs: 89,581 (average of 7,465) | NEW TEAM RECORD!
  • 10 of 12 home playoff games sold out | NEW TEAM RECORD!
  • All-Star Classic: 7,736 | SELLOUT CROWD!

The Walleye have more FINatics than ever, with 2,647 Game Plan Members. More groups are also attending Walleye games, as the team set a new group ticket sales mark this season with 77,139 group tickets.

Combining the regular season, All-Star Game, and playoffs, a total 377,487 attended a game at the Huntington Center in 2018-19. Holy Toledo!

2018-19 ON-ICE WALLEYE RECORDS

  • Longest Winning Streak (10 Games from October 24 through November 17, 2018)
  • Most Goals Scored in a Period (6, March 2, 2019 vs. Fort Wayne)
  • Most Shots on Goal in a game (55, January 19, 2019 at Kalamazoo)
  • Most Penalty Minutes single player, single season (246, Bryan Moore)
  • Most First Goals of a Game (7, Shane Berschbach and Greg Wolfe)
  • Most Games Played Career (320, Shane Berschbach)
  • Most Penalty Minutes Career (246, Bryan Moore)
  • Most Power Play Goals Career (35, Shane Berschbach)
  • Most Unassisted Goals Career (5, AJ Jenks)
  • Most Shots on Goal Career (744, AJ Jenks)

Walleye Records Tied:

  • Longest Unbeaten in Regulation Streak (10 Games from October 24 through November 17, 2018)
  • Consecutive Games With a Power Play Goal Team (6, December 12 through December 21, 2018)
  • Most Power Play Goals Player Single Season (12, Shane Berschbach and AJ Jenks)

Toledo ECHL (Storm and Walleye Combined) Record Tied:

  • Longest Winning Streak (10 Games from October 24 through November 17, 2018)

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