After an up and down stretch of games last weekend from Toledo, the Walleye continued their homestand this weekend with three critical games against division opponents. Toledo started it off Friday night with a game versus the Fort Wayne Komets.
TOLEDO, OH -- The Toledo Walleye find no magic in Harry Potter-themed jerseys and get shutout, 3-0, by the Cincinnati Cyclones. Photos by Diane Woodring.
TOLEDO, OH- Toledo, on the other hand, looked to keep both Fort Wayne and Cincinnati in the rearview mirror in regards to the division standings. Your starting goaltenders for the game were Pat Nagle for Toledo and Jason Kasdorf for the Cyclones.
WICHITA, KS - Today, we are announcing our first ever ECHL All-Star Team, selected by our team of writers and you, the fans.
TOLEDO, OH - After beating the Indy Fuel last Wednesday night at home, Toledo got back to work playing division opponent the Kalamazoo Wings at home...
TOLEDO, OH - After a a few days off to enjoy the holidays with their families, Toledo and Indy were back in action last night at the Huntington Center. Toledo was looking to rebound from a 4-1 loss against Kalamazoo on the 22nd, while Indy entered with the goal of winning their second straight game. Your starting goaltenders for the contest were Pat Nagle (14-2-2-0) for the Walleye and Etienne Marcoux (4-4-0-1) for the Fuel.
KALAMAZOO, MI - Check out this great photo gallery from The Sin Bin's Sarah Hobday of the Kalamazoo Wings' salute to the Mighty Ducks movie franchise & game against the Toledo Walleye at Wings Event Center on December 22, 2017
The generous souls at The Sin Bin want to help the sometimes battered and bruised squads get into the Christmas spirit, and we are doing so by putting together our annual special wish lists for Santa. If that North Pole miracle-worker can bring at least some of these treats in his sleigh, it will make the New Year bright. We started with the South Division, and this installment takes us to the Central Division.
TOLEDO, OH - If holiday hockey was on your wishlist then the ECHL had you covered on the 22nd, with 11 games being played across the league. Central Division rivals Kalamazoo and Toledo looked to give their fans the gift of a win before heading into the holiday break, and Kalamazoo was looking for revenge for Sunday's loss at the Huntington Center. Toledo, on the other hand, was looking to extent their win streak to four games. Your starting goaltenders for the contest were Matěj Machovský for the Walleye and Joel Martin for Kalamazoo.
When the Beast entered this past weekend they were sitting at a points percentage above .500, and they looked to improve this record as they played their second 3-in-3.