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Walleye add Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

Walleye add Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year

Toledo, OH – The Big Ten Defensive Player of the Year Trevor Hamilton has signed a contract with the Toledo Walleye. Hamilton, a native of Grosse Pointe, Michigan, just completed his college career with Penn State appearing in 38 games this year with 29 points (6G, 23A), 35 penalty minutes and a plus 13. He helped the Nittany Lions to back to back appearances in the NCAA Tournament with this year’s season ending on Saturday in a 5-1 loss to Denver. In two seasons for Penn State, the 23-year-old appeared in 77 games, scoring 12 goals with 43 assists for 55 points and 60 penalty...

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Walleye News and Notes

Back to back 8,000: It has been an amazing year for the Walleye fans and they continued that with back to back crowds of 8,000 on both Saturday and Sunday. The two sellouts boosted Toledo’s season total to an outstanding 26 on the season with still two home games left in the regular season. For the season, 257,225 fans have come through the Huntington Center gates for an average of 7,565 which is 101.8% capacity.

Walleye equal best in home wins: Sunday’s win over Kalamazoo was the 27th home win for the Walleye equaling the 2015-16 team for the...

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Walleye add big college defenseman

Walleye add big college defenseman

(Toledo, OH) – Former University of Michigan defenseman Kevin Lohan has signed with the Toledo Walleye.

Lohan spent four years with the Wolverines until playing as a grad student this year for Boston College. The 6’5”, 220 pound defenseman completed this season with two goals, six assists and 10 penalty minutes with an impressive plus 14 in 22 games for the Eagles. Prior to that, the Cold Spring Harbor, New York native, spent four years at the University of Michigan, appearing in 64 games with a pair of goals, nine assists and 34 penalty minutes. He finished his college career with a...

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Walleye News and Notes

Erasing a lead: For the first time this season, Toledo was able to comeback when trailing heading to the third period on Saturday night in Indy to win 4-3 in overtime. Goals from Mike Embach and Kyle Bonis in the third period tied the game and Bonis scored just 16 seconds into the overtime to complete the comeback. Toledo was 0-12-1-1 prior to the win.

Road run for the Walleye: A perfect four win road week stretched Toledo’s season best road winning streak to six straight games. The last time Toledo suffered a...

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