Toledo begins 2018-19 season on Oct. 12. Home opener is on Oct. 27.
Pioneer of pro hockey in Toledo played for city’s first team.
Cities have met in postseason series for decades.
Roster turnover expected to reshape the team.
400 attendees cheer the team at the Huntington Center, where Walleye fans set a franchise record for sellouts this season.
Team set sights on ECHL title only to fall short.
Despite an early playoff exit, the Walleye have become an integral and celebrated part of the Toledo community.
Toledo does not see regular-season success translate into postseason production.
Komets top Toledo 4-2 in Game 6 to take the Central Division finals
Toledo draws upon road success, history to continue series against rival Fort Wayne