TOLEDO, OH - After their likely worst home loss of the year so far on Wednesday night, the Toledo Walleye went into their Friday game against the Reading Royals again on the hopeful side.
TOLEDO, OH — The Rapid City Rush were able to cut into their deficit in the middle frame but in the end, Evan Rankin and the Walleye proved to be too strong
TOLEDO, OH - After starting the year slow, the Indy Fuel had been improving as the end of the season neared. They were, at one time,...
TOLEDO, OH - Coming off a route from the previous night which saw Toledo clinch a Kelly Cup playoff berth, the Walleye and Mallards squared up once again for a rematch at the Huntington Center.
INDIANAPOLIS, IN- Even though before Friday's game, they were sitting 11 games under .500 and at one time
TOLEDO, OH - After a days rest Toledo and Indy were back at it again for Game 2 of the Central Division Semifinals.
TOLEDO, OH - After a rough home-stand last week, the Toledo Walleye needed to get back on track. Injuries and call-ups had severely hampered the team, as their offense hasn't been clicking, along with a defense that has struggled as of late.
Offensive firepower. Physicality. Goaltending prowess. Both the Toledo Walleye and Tulsa Oilers shared many similar strengths heading into game one of the Western Conference Final Friday night.
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.
After winning seven of their last ten games, the Indy Fuel came into their final weekend with their heads held high and looking to play spoiler against the Toledo Walleye.