Thursday, January 17, 2019

Toledo Walleye

ECHL Power 10 – Week #6: Walleye Schooling the ECHL

WICHITA, Kan. - Another week and another ECHL Power 10 that has the Toledo Walleye at the top of our rankings. 

PHOTOS: Walleye Vs. Beast – 11/11/18

BRAMPTON, ON -- After a long hard fought battle the Beast fell to the Walleye on Remembrance Day game. Special guests Don Cherry was there, Kotak Law, Patrick Brown and Wounded Warriors.

PHOTOS: Walleye vs. Komets – 10/27/18

TOLEDO, Ohio -- Diane Woodring offers a look back at opening night at the Huntington Center, when the Walleye took down the Fort Wayne Komets by a 3-2 decision.

PHOTOS: Toledo Walleye vs Greenville Swamp Rabbits 10-12-2018

Check out this photo gallery from The Sin Bin's Mike Burton of the tilt between the Toledo Walleye and Greenville Swamp Rabbits!

PHOTOS: 10-12-18 Greenville Swamp Rabbits vs. Toledo Walleye

The Greenville Swamp Rabbits kicked off the Kevin Kerr era at Bon Secours Wellness Arena Friday night against the Toledo Walleye.

2018-19 Toledo Walleye Season Preview

TOLEDO, Ohio - The Toledo Walleye kick off their tenth year of play this Friday night on the road against the Greenville Swamp Rabbits....

PHOTOS: Toledo Walleye vs Kalamazoo Wings – 10/05/18

KALAMAZOO, MI - Check out this photo gallery from The Sin Bin's Sarah Hobday of the ECHL exhibition tilt between the Toledo Walleye and Kalamazoo Wings!

Toledo Falls in Central Division Finals, Fort Wayne Marches On

TOLEDO, Ohio - Down 3-2 in the Central Division Finals, Toledo traveled to Fort Wayne Tuesday night to stave off elimination at Allen County War Memorial Coliseum. The Komets looked to close out the series and return to the Conference Finals for the first time since 2016

Fort Wayne One Win From Ending Toledo’s Season

TOLEDO, Ohio - In the second part of a back-to-back, Fort Wayne made the short trip over to Toledo for game 5 of the Central Division Finals.

Toledo Rebounds to Even Series

TOLEDO, OH - Last night the Fort Wayne Komets came into the Huntington Center and simply outplayed Toledo to take a 1-0 series lead in the Central Division Finals. As the time came to suit up for Game 2, Dylan Sadowy was recalled from Toledo to Grand Rapids to add more difficulty to the task of tying the series.