Monroe: Toledo Walleye’s Shane Berschbach retires

The Toledo Blade’s Mark Monroe reports sad news for Toledo Walleye fans this morning:

Future Toledo hockey hall of famer Shane Berschbach, a star forward for the Walleye, has decided to retire.

Berschbach, who played six seasons for the Toledo Walleye, announced his retirement via Instagram on Saturday. The speedy forward is the organization’s leader in every significant offensive category.

Berschbach, who turned 30 in May, is the Walleye’s all-time leader in games played (376).

The native of Clawson, Mich., also retires as the team’s career leader in points (393), goals scored (116), and assists (277).

Continued

Our all-time leader in…

games played,
goals,
assists,
and points.

Thank you for everything, #10. 🙏 pic.twitter.com/GvhI0HycTM— Toledo Walleye (@ToledoWalleye) July 31, 2021

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