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Voting Is Open for Toledo HHOF

December 17, 2017 - ECHL (ECHL) - Toledo Walleye News Release

To honor those who have defined T-Town Hockey over the years, the Toledo Walleye will officially induct the third class of the Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame during Toledo Hockey Heritage Weekend presented by Columbia Gas/Call Before You Dig on Saturday, February 24 at the Huntington Center.

Because pro hockey in Toledo is only possible with the tremendous support of its fans, the Toledo Walleye want them to be part of the selection process by voting for their top five choices. A committee of former players, coaches, team historians and media determined a list of nominees for consideration.

To be considered for induction into the Toledo Hockey Hall of Fame, candidates must be retired from professional hockey as an active player for a period of three full seasons.

TOLEDO HOCKEY HALL OF FAME CANDIDATES 2017-18 (Up to 5 will be selected)

Maurice "Moe" Benoit (Blades) Rick Corriveau (Storm) Gordie Cowan (Mercurys) Mike Eruzione (Goaldiggers) Dave Falkenberg (Goaldiggers) John Gravel (Blades, Hornets) Bill Inglis (Goaldiggers) Jack Kernahan (Mercurys, Buckeyes) Ian MacPhee (Goaldiggers) Roger Maisonneuve (Mercurys) Dino Mascotto (Blades, Hornets) Stan "Chook" Maxwell (Blades, Hornets)

Jim McCabe (Goaldiggers) John McGrath (Mercurys, Buckeyes) Chris McSorley (Goaldiggers, Storm) Bill Mitchell (Mercurys, Blades, Hornets) Andy Mulligan (Mercurys, Buckeyes) Barney O'Connell (Mercurys, Buckeyes) Greg Puhalski (Storm) Terry Slater (Blades) Rob Thorpe (Storm) Nick Vitucci (Storm, Walleye) Don Westbrooke (Blades, Goaldiggers)

Between Friday, December 15 and Friday, December 22, fans are encouraged to take part in the selection process, by voting for their top five choices on ToledoWalleye.com.

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