Walleye Send Lewicki and Blair to Reading
(Toledo, OH) - The Toledo Walleye and Head Coach Nick Vitucci announced today that the team has sent forward Aaron Lewicki and defenseman Ryan Blair to the Reading Royals to complete the Todd Griffith trade from January 29.
Lewicki collected 17 points (9g, 7a) in 38 games this year with the Walleye. Blair scored one goal with two assists in 28 games with Toledo.
The Toledo Walleye will return home on Saturday, February 4 against Kalamazoo. Stick around after the game for "Team Photo Night" with your favorite players. Fans can call (419) 725-WALL or visit www.toledowalleye.com for more information.
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