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April 13, 2015 - ECHL (ECHL) - Toledo Walleye News Release

Overall Record: 50-15-5-2 (1st North Division)

(Week Record 2-1-0-0) (Streak 1 Win)


Friday, April 10 vs. Cincinnati (5-2 Win)

Saturday, April 11 at Kalamazoo (4-1 Loss)

Sunday, April 12 vs. Kalamazoo (8-2 Win)

End of the Regular Season

THIS WEEK'S GAMES (All Times Eastern)

Game 1 - April 16 - Wheeling @ Toledo 8:15pm (1370 WSPD) (BCSN)

Game 2 - April 18 - Wheeling @ Toledo 7:35pm (1370 WSPD) (BCSN)

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Walleye Weekly Schedule

(Monday, April 13 through Sunday, April 19)

Monday, April 13 - No Practice

Tuesday, April 14 - Practice 10:00 a.m. at Huntington Center

Wednesday, April 15 - Practice 10:00 a.m. at Huntington Center

Thursday, April 16 - Game 1 vs. Wheeling at 8:15 p.m.

Friday, April 17 - Practice 10:00 a.m. at Tam-O-Shanter

Saturday, April 18 - Game 2 vs. Wheeling at 7:35 p.m.

Sunday, April 19 - No Practice


Walleye Notes

Division and Brabham Cup Champs: For the first time in Walleye history, Toledo has won a division title and the overall league title. The Walleye clinched the North Division with a 5-2 win over Cincinnati on Friday night. The Walleye claimed the Brabham Cup Sunday by defeating Kalamazoo 8-2 at the Huntington Center. Toledo finished the regular with an ECHL best 107 points and will have home ice advantage for every round of the 2015 Kelly Cup Playoffs.

Greatest Turnaround Ever: Toledo went worst to first in the North Division and just completed the greatest turnaround from one season to the next in ECHL history gaining 58 points from the 49 collected in the 2013-14 season to this one. The previous best was set by Knoxville (+50) in 1992-1994 and matched by Greenville 2003-2005.

The Killer B's: Tyler Barnes set a new Walleye single season points mark by finishing the year with 74 (34G, 40A) besting the old record of 72 held by Andy Bohmbach from the 2010-11 season. Kyle Bonis set a new single goals record by reaching 36 for the year passing Evan Rankin (2009-10) and Mike Hedden (2010-11) who each had 32. Shane Berschbach flew past the assists record as well finishing the season with 48 helpers. The previous mark was held by Maxime Tanguay (2009-10) and Andy Bohmbach (2010-11) with 44.

Breaking down the Doors: The Walleye shattered the single season attendance record this year by finishing the regular season with 231,847 fans coming through the Huntington Center doors. The previous best was 226,743 reached in 2012-13. Toledo finished third this season in average attendance at 6,440 per game which beat the 2012-13 season average of 6,298.

Hats Galore: Both A.J. Jenks and Tyler Barnes had hat tricks in Sunday's win. It was the first time in Walleye history that two players have had scored three times in the same game.

Round One vs. Wheeling: Toledo opens the 2015 Kelly Cup Playoffs with a best of seven matchup against the Wheeling Nailers. The Walleye took six of the seven regular season meetings with the Nailers while out scoring Wheeling 28-16. The two teams played three of the seven games during the regular season at the Huntington Center in which the Walleye won by scores of 5-2 on January 25, 5-2 on February 14 and 5-0 February 21. This is the fifth meeting between the teams in Toledo ECHL history with Toledo taking three of the previous four, including the last time they played three games to two in the 2006 playoffs.

Walleye Player of the Week:

AJ Jenks (5 goals - 1 assist = 6 points)

Walleye Goaltender of the Week:

Jeff Lerg (1-1-0, 3.61 GAA, .898 save %)

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