Toledo Walleye Tickets
The Toledo city is back on the ice hockey field as the Toledo Walleye. The team opened at the Huntington Center in 2009 and has made their presence felt big time. They have started their season at the North Division of the Eastern conference representing the Toledo city. Their compelling attacking line and stable defense line has marked their name in the list of prospective best teams of the division. The team has been currently playing for the East Coast Hockey League along with the nineteen other teams for the most prestigious title.
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The history of the team goes back into the early 1990s, when the team was created as Toledo Storm. Their home arena was decided to be the Toledo Sports Arena. They were the first ones to follow the highly famed Toledo Goaldiggers, ever since their dissolution in 1986 followed by a subsequent relocation to Kansas. Toledo Walleye had big footsteps to follow, as Goaldiggers were highly prolific winning two Riley Cups and two Brabham Cups. They were also the Northern Division champs for six times.
The Toledo Walleye has its affiliation with top rated National Hockey League teams like Chicago Blackhawks and Detroit Red Wings. They have also been associated with American Hockey leaguers Rockford IceHogs and Grand Rapids Griffins. Their home field being Huntington Center holds a number of exciting events, whether directly or remotely related to Walleye. The Walleye fans don’t leave a chance to party. In Toledo Ice hockey season, the center is powdered blue with the Walleye sweatshirts ruling the place. The fans are hoping for the puck to land in the goalpost as soon as the game opens.
As the team stands on threshold of a new ice hockey season, the expectation levels are whooping high. The anticipation of the fan for Toledo Walleye to put up a great play is quite immense. The excitement and tension starts building up right from the moment they set their foot on the field. The Walleye was knocked out last season, just when they were very close to winning and the fans are waiting for this time to have a different story altogether on the rink. Their preseason stats are quite encouraging, giving their fans a hope to see Walleye at a better standing at the division level.
The team is coached by the renowned ice hockey champ Nick Vitucci and will be led by Adam Keefe. The team captains for the last season were J.C. Sawyer and Ryan Stokes. This season Toledo Walleye is playing with Joe Palmer and Jimmy Spratt as their goaltender. The Right wingers of the team are Willie Coetzee, Chris DiDomenico, Dominic Osman, Sal Peralta and Kyle Rogers. While for the left wing, Walleye has Mike Hedden, Tyler Doig and Randy Rowe. Scooter Smith and Zack Torquato are playing at the center position and Defencemen include Simon Danis Pepin, Nick Duff, Scott Fletcher, Kyle Page, David Phillips and Ryan Stokes.
The Walleye players have put a decent show in this short while, by showing a couple of promising performances. The players have won a number of awards and honors on the East Coast Hockey League level. J.C. Sawyer has been the Defenseman of the Year as well as the All-ECHL First Team. Maxime Tanguay has been declared the winner of All ECHL Rookie Team. In ECHL All-Star Game selection, Walleye players Peter Leblanc, J.C. Sawyer and Maxime Tanguay have been selected.
After the unfinished success of their inaugural season, Walleye are all set for a hardcore, kicking competition. They have already taken down some tough nuts and are determined to give them a harder time than ever before. Some of these teams are the Brabham Cup and Riley Cup champs; including the defending champions of the last season Florida Everblades. Is this the Toledo Walleye year? Do they have what it takes to take the world down? Is it the time they will tell the world that they have finally arrived? To find out, get your Toledo Walleye Tickets now.
Toledo Walleye Ticket Prices
The average price for Toledo Walleye Tickets start from $37. The minimum get in price is $12 for Toledo Walleye Tickets at the Allen County War Memorial Coliseum, Fort Wayne. For a detailed look at ticket prices and amazing discounts, visit our website.
|Name||City||Date||Average Ticket Price||Get In Price
|Indy Fuel vs. Toledo Walleye||Indianapolis||28-Mar-20||$38||$22|
|Kalamazoo Wings vs. Toledo Walleye||Kalamazoo||1-Apr-20||$37||$31|
|Fort Wayne Komets vs. Toledo Walleye||Fort Wayne||3-Apr-20||$37||$17|
|Fort Wayne Komets vs. Toledo Walleye||Fort Wayne||13-Mar-70||$37||$12|
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