WICHITA, KS - The ECHL Department of Player Safety has dished out fines and suspensions from the two brawls that happened in the final ten minutes of Saturday night's game between the Kansas City Mavericks and Toledo Walleye Saturday night
BRAMPTON, ON – The Beast entered Tuesday night's game against the Toledo Walleye on a nine-game winless streak. The Walleye, for their part, came in on an eight-game winning streak
The dust still has not settled on the recent events in Toledo which has sparked quite the conversation in recent days. It was an unsettling scene, and unfortunately, one that we've seen all too often in the recent years throughout minor league hockey. Egregious acts leading to outrage, calls for bans on players and non-stop quarreling among opposing fan bases.
After the events of Saturday night, Kansas City Mavericks fan are not pleased with the actions of their team. Zach Courter, Lead Editorialist with The Sin Bin, shares why he agrees with them.
After Friday night's game between both clubs, Toledo and Kansas City were two teams heading in opposite directions. A Toledo Walleye club that had won six in a row going into Saturday game and rising a top of the standings.
Despite mother nature trying her best, there would be no stopping hockey Friday night at the Huntington Center! Kansas City defied the icy elements and made the trip up from Cincinnati after their contest to begin a three-game series against the Walleye.
TOLEDO, OH- After returning home from a grueling road trip, during which Toledo went 2-2-0-1, the Walleye looked to finish out their three in three with two more wins. Saturday featured the second leg of a home and home with the Brampton Beast.
BRAMPTON, ON – The Beast came into this week looking to extend their one-game winning streak as they played four games in the span of five night, including traveling back and forth to Toledo, OH
After a poorly played game against Quad City, the Beast had a chance to redeem themselves in their first game of this 3-in-3 and their second game in three nights. Up next was the Walleye, whom the Beast have only beaten five times, ever.
In just a few short hours, another action-packed weekend of ECHL hockey will get going and its safe to say that every game from here to the end of the season will have some implication on the playoff races.