The Walleye received three players from their American Hockey League affiliate in Grand Rapids on Monday. The Griffins assigned defenseman Vili Saarijarvi and forwards Dylan Sadowy and Luke Esposito to Toledo. Both Saarijarvi (pronounced SAH-ree-YAHR-vee) and Sadowy have spent time with the Walleye. Saarijarvi started this season in Toledo, played in three games, and had one assist. The Finland native also made his pro debut with the Walleye at the end of the 2015-16 season.
After sputtering to start the season, the Walleye have kicked into high gear as Toledo won its fifth game in a row tonight. The Walleye topped Cincinnati for the second straight night, dropping the Cyclones 3-2 before a capacity crowd of 8,042 at the Huntington Center. Toledo (11-2-2 overall) remained undefeated at home (5-0-0). The Walleye now lead the Western Conference with 24 points.
The Walleye have lost rookie goaltender Matej Machovsky and defenseman Patrick McCarron to promotions to the American Hockey League. The Grand Rapids Griffins, Toledo's AHL affiliate, called up both Machovsky and McCarron Friday. Machovsky, 24, has appeared in two games with the Walleye. He has a 1-1-0 record with a 2.88 goals-against average and a .909 save percentage. He earned his first win in a Walleye uniform when he stopped 29 of 30 shots in Toledo’s 4-1 win at Indy on Tuesday.
Look for a feature in this Wednesday's edition of Wall to Wall Walleye on Christian Hilbrich. 6-7 forward leads the team in goals scored with nine. He also is tied for the team lead in points with 15 in 15 games. @ToledoWalleye
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@ToledoWalleye receive trio of players from AHL affiliate. Griffins assign defenseman Vili Saarijarvi and forwards Dylan Sadowy and Luke Esposito to Toledo. Both Saarijarvi and Sadowy have spent time with the Walleye. Details: https://t.co/QCKRzAuJBR
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