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Tyler Pilmore and Alden
Hirschfeld know firsthand what hockey means to the city of Toledo.
"I think everyone is
excited to get to see some games and to come out and support the team,"
said 25-year-old Hirschfeld.
"It's a hard-working
city," his teammate Pilmore said. "They always have support for any
When they were growing up in
Sylvania, the pro team both of them loved was the Toledo Storm. Now it's the
Walleye, and both guys admit they never thought they'd be able to experience
what it's like to suit up for a squad in their own backyard.
"[Being] able to do
what you love and do it in your home town, it's a pretty cool experience,"
What makes it even cooler is
that they're doing it together. Pilmore played a little bit last year for the
Walleye at the end of the season. This year, he's got a fellow Northview Wildcat
at his side.
"I've skated with Alden
and (fellow Walleye) Kyle Rogers all summer," said Pilmore. "Both
have been tremendous with their support and they're going to be huge this