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Nagle Named ECHL Goalie of the Month for February

March 2, 2018 - ECHL (ECHL) - Toledo Walleye News Release

Toledo, OH - For the second time this season, Goaltender Pat Nagle has been selected today as the Warrior Hockey ECHL Goalie of the Month. He also took home the honor for the month of November.

Nagle appeared in eight games for the Walleye in the month of February going a perfect 8-0-0 with a 1.67G goals-against average and a .942 save percentage. The Bloomfield, Michigan native also posted a perfect game with a shutout 1-0 of the Wichita Thunder on February 11. That night was his second shutout of the season in a 28 save effort. He allowed two goals or less in six of his eight appearances for the month and has set a new Toledo Walleye record with nine consecutive victories dating back to January 27 vs. Brampton.

The 30-year-old currently leads all ECHL goaltenders with 27 wins (27-4-2 record) while he ranks seventh with a 2.29GAA to go along with a .921 save percentage (6th in the league). Nagle just picked up his 150th ECHL win with a 4-3 win in Indy on Tuesday and in is his ECHL career he has appeared in 258 games with a record of 150-63-27, 12 shutouts, 2.57GAA and .913SVP. Prior to turning professional he spent four years at Ferris State University with a 45-42-11 record with a 2.32GAA and .916SVP. Nagle was a CCHA First Team All-Star in 2010-11 season when he had a 2.02GAA and .923SVP.

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The first place Toledo Walleye celebrate 'Pink Out the Rink' weekend to raise awareness about breast cancer and fundraising activities for Komen of NW Ohio with home games this Friday and Saturday. The Huntington Center ice surface will be painted pink! 'Pink Out the Rink' weekend is presented by Hondros College of Nursing.


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