ECHL: Remaining Toledo Walleye 2023/24 schedule

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The Toledo Walleye are coming down the stretch as they have 15 games left in the 2023/24 season. They have their work cut out for them as a playoff spot, and seeding, is up for grabs. While the Kansas City Mavericks have already secured a playoff spot in the Western Conference, Toledo and the Idaho Steelheads are fighting for second place.

Walleye gaining steam in playoff race

Toledo is first in the Central Division with a nine-point advantage over the Wheeling Nailers. The Walleye will have to keep up their winning ways, 6-3-1 in their last 10, with 10 of their last 15 on the road to close the season. They do have a 15-5-3 record away from home so they have success on the road. Below is the remaining schedule for the Walleye, separated by home and away schedules.

Remaining home schedule

Friday, March 8th vs Cincinnati Cyclones (Rock the Rink Weekend/ John Lethemon Bobblehead Giveaway)

Saturday, march 9th vs Kalamazoo Wings (Rock the Rink Weekend/ Battle of the Badges)

Friday, March 22nd vs Fort Wayne Komets (Margaritaville Night- specialty Margaritaville jerseys)

Friday, March 29th vs Wheeling Nailers (Fins and Feathers Weekend/ Beanie Giveaway)

Saturday, March 30th vs Indy Fuel (Fins and Feathers Weekend)

Remaining away schedule

Sunday, March 10th vs Kalamazoo Wings

Wednesday, March 13th vs South Carolina Stingrays

Friday, March 15th and Saturday, March 16th vs Greenville Swamp Rabbits

Sunday March 17th vs Atlanta Gladiators

Wednesday, March 20th vs Cincinnati Cyclones

Saturday, March 23rd and Wednesday, March 27th vs vs Indy fuel

Wednesday, April 3rd and Friday, April 5th vs Iowa Heartlanders

Schedule breakdown

The schedule breaks down as so. There are 15 games left with 10 being on the road. The Walleye’s final opponents with the games remaining against each:

Indy Fuel (3), Cincinnati Cyclones (2), Kalamazoo Wings (2), and the Greenville Swamp Rabbits (2). The following opponents play the Walleye only once in the remaining 15 games, Fort Wayne Komets, Atlanta Gladiators, South Carolina Stingrays, and Wheeling Nailers.

Toledo has everything going for them right now. First place in the Central Division, outstanding record, they have the league’s best scorer, one of the best records in the entire league, and are not short on confidence as they play their final games. Toledo Head Coach Pat Mikesch is ready to go for the second season but remains focused on the task at hand of the regular season. The organization knows this is the appetizer before the main course and shows no signs of slowing down now. While the Walleye look to improve their place in the playoff chase, their opposition looks to play spoiler and gain traction themselves in the playoff hunt.

Toledo will close out their 14th ECHL season as the Walleye on the road.With only seeding left to be determined, the Walleye are looking to add a division title to their impressive list of team accomplishments in their history. The easy part of the 2023/24 season is concluding while the hard part is yet to come. Toledo are up to the challenge and look forward to making some noise in the Kelly Cup playoffs this season.

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