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Walleye News and Notes: January 7

Up and down week results in a pair of wins: Toledo started its week with a 4-1 loss in Cincinnati but rebounded with wins at Wheeling (6-2) on Thursday and 3-2 over Kalamazoo Friday. The week closed with a tough 8-2 loss to the Wheeling Nailers on Saturday night. Toledo reached three or more goals in their wins which boosted their record to 21-0-1 when reaching three goals in a game.

Another week another sellout: Saturday night saw another standing room only crowd enter the Huntington Center (8,117). For the season the Walleye are averaging over a...

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Walleye add two before tonight’s game

Walleye add two before tonight’s game

(Toledo, OH) – Forward Joe McKeown (mc-que-en) and Defenseman Sean Federow (fed-er-oh) have both agreed to terms with the Toledo Walleye for the 2018-19 season. Both are expected to play tonight for the Walleye in Wheeling.

McKeown is in the first full season in the pro ranks after appearing in 15 games with Peoria of the SPHL last year (1G, 1A, 15 penalty minutes). So far this year, the 24-year-old forward has produced eight goals, eight assists and 33 penalty minutes with Quad City of the SPHL. He has been playing as a plus seven for the Storm. McKeown spent...

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Walleye News and Notes: December 17

Back to back weekend wins: Toledo exploded for seven goals in a 7-4 Friday night win over Norfolk to snap a two game losing skid. Toledo followed that up with an impressive come from behind win Saturday night in Fort Wayne by beating the Komets 3-2. Midway through the second period the Walleye trailed Fort Wayne 2-0. Tyler Spezia collected the equalizer with 52 seconds before the Walleye took the game in the shootout.

Shooting gallery: Toledo has gone three straight games with 40 or more shots on goal for the first time this season. Toledo’s shot...

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Walleye News and Notes: December 10

Three of four in the wrong way: Toledo only picked up one win over the past week and it was in come from behind fashion. Toledo lost to Cincinnati at home on Wednesday, Saturday vs. Wheeling and then Sunday at Brampton. The Walleye trailed Tulsa 3-1 after the first period and 4-2 in the second before roaring back for a 6-4 win Friday night at the Huntington Center.

Scoring loss: In the three losses this past week the Walleye scored a total of five goals. Toledo is 2-5-1 when they are held to two goals or...

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