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Toledo Walleye

 

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Season 2018-2019

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This club in 2018-2019: ECHL

 
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
33GKaden Fulcher23.09.1998180 cm70 kgN/A
35GTrevor Gorsuch11.07.1994188 cm88 kgN/A
1GJeff Lerg09.04.1986167 cm70 kgleft
30GPat Nagle21.09.1987188 cm76 kgleft
DMarcus Crawford21.03.1997178 cm81 kgright
DBen Danford17.05.1989183 cm84 kgright
DSean Federow20.04.1992188 cm95 kgleft
DRandy Gazzola13.09.1993190 cm99 kgN/A
DTrevor Hamilton17.03.1995183 cm86 kgright
DBrenden Kotyk27.08.1991196 cm102 kgright
DKevin Lohan01.10.1993196 cm98 kgright
DMichael Moffat12.06.1993185 cm94 kgleft
DRyan Obuchowski07.06.1992185 cm84 kgleft
DMatthew Register14.08.1989188 cm88 kgleft
DZane Schartz20.06.1994185 cm85 kgleft
DConnor Schmidt21.10.1993180 cm79 kgright
DMackenze Stewart08.10.1995190 cm108 kgleft
DBen Storm30.03.1994199 cm98 kgleft
DKevin Tansey22.02.1993193 cm102 kgleft
DSamuel Thibault30.06.1996185 cm90 kgleft
DZach Urban06.11.1993187 cm82 kgright
D/FTheodore Calvas06.08.1998191 cm88 kgleft
FShane Berschbach19.06.1991173 cm68 kgleft
LWFelix Chamberland15.01.1994183 cm82 kgleft
FChris Crane02.12.1991185 cm88 kgright
FDan DeSalvo06.03.1992173 cm77 kgright
FBrett D’Andrea02.01.1994185 cm84 kgleft
CZachary Gallant06.03.1999188 cm79 kgleft
FAbbott Girduckis28.06.1995188 cm86 kgright
CT.J. Hensick10.12.1985178 cm84 kgright
FA.J. Jenks27.06.1990188 cm93 kgleft
CJustin Kea07.02.1994195 cm98 kgright
FDaniel Leavens26.06.1993187 cm91 kgright
FJoseph McKeown20.09.1994185 cm82 kgleft
FBryan Moore25.05.1994178 cm84 kgN/A
CShayne Morrissey07.01.1992176 cm79 kgleft
FCharlie O’Connor23.03.1993183 cm85 kgN/A
LWDavid Pope27.09.1994191 cm91 kgleft
LWDylan Sadowy02.04.1996185 cm76 kgleft
RWHunter Smith11.09.1995200 cm100 kgright
FTyler Spezia07.06.1993180 cm78 kgleft
LWJordan Topping20.07.1997185 cm91 kgleft
FGreg Wolfe25.04.1990178 cm84 kgright
FTrevor Yates06.03.1995188 cm98 kgleft

* no longer in the club

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The Walleye were originally founded as the Toledo Storm in 1991, playing their home games at Toledo Sports Arena across the river from downtown Toledo. The Storm were the first hockey team to play in Toledo since the International Hockey League's Toledo Goaldiggers ceased operations in 1986, eventually moving to Kansas City in 1990. In the Storm's inaugural season, the team won the West Division title and the Henry Brabham Cup after posting the league's best record in the regular season. The following year the Storm would win their first Jack Riley Cup, defeating the Wheeling Thunderbirds in six games. The Storm would come back the following season and win their second Riley Cup, defeating the Raleigh Icecaps in five games, becoming only the second team in league history to win back-to-back league titles (the first being the Hampton Roads Admirals in 1991 and 1992.). The Storm were dominant in their first few years, winning four division titles in their first five seasons and posting a winning record in thirteen of the sixteen seasons the team played
In 2007, the Toledo Storm were bought by Toledo Arena Sports, Inc., a subsidiary of the Toledo Mud Hens minor league baseball club that was planning to build a new state-of-the-art arena in downtown Toledo to replace the aging Sports Arena. Shortly after the sale, Toledo Arena Sports announced that after the 2006-07 season, the Storm would not compete again until the arena was completed and the ECHL granted the Storm a two year voluntary suspension from competition.
In February 2008 the club revealed that the team's new name would be the Walleye, in reference to the popular game fish that is abundant in the area.

 

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Defender Bryan Rufenach died

Defenseman Bryan Rufenach, a seventh-round draft pick of the Detroit Red Wings in the 2007 NHL entry draft, currently at Toledo Walleye of ECHL, died this week while traveling in Switzerland. He was 23.
Details of Rufenach's death have not been released, but The Lindsay Post has learned he suffered a fatal electrocution.
Walleye coach Nick Vitucci said in statement: "The entire team's thoughts and prayers are with Bryan's family as they get through this difficult time. Bryan was a great teammate and would play any role asked of him."

(07 Jun 2012)
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