Walleye captain Alden Hirschfeld retires, heads behind the bench

Toledo Walleye captain Alden Hirschfeld has retired, and he’s heading behind the bench:

Per the Toledo Blade’s Mark Monroe:

Walleye forward and Sylvania native Alden Hirschfeld has been forced to hang up his skates after playing in 200 games for his hometown team.

Hirschfeld, a Northview High School graduate, played for five seasons for Toledo’s pro hockey team and served as the Walleye captain the last two seasons.


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