You could hear history being recorded.
Entrance gates turned a record number of times, 8472.
Complementary T-shirts from the Toledo Walleye and local business JUPMODE unfurled.
The singing of patriotic National Anthems of not only the USA, but Canada too.
The motivational song, Be Legendary, by Pop Evil.
Welcoming applause for Toledo hockey legends Rick Judson and Cody Lampl for the ceremonial puck drop.
Whistles to signal a penalty.
Gloves coming off, when differences needed settled.
Fanfare to welcome 4 Toledo goals, to the 1 of the Growlers, was deafening.
Silence sounded when Elynuik of the Growlers, put one on the board.
Congratulatory back slaps for Wolfe’s one goal, Gallant’s one goal, and Berschbach’s two goals.
Matt Melzak interviewing the ECHL Commissioner Emeritus Patrick Kelly himself. Mr Kelly’s hockey success made it clear to memorialize by the naming of the Kelly Cup.*
The concluding sound of high sticks waving, to show appreciation to the Toledo fan base.
The Toledo Walleye and the Newfoundland Growlers are ECHL teams, who met for the first two games of the Kelly Cup best of seven Series in Newfoundland. Though the third game, it is the first time to play each other in Toledo’s Huntington Center tonight, Wednesday, May 29. In addition, neither team has played in a Kelly Cup Series prior to 2019, though some of the players may have done so with another team. Friday, May 31 has the two meeting again in Toledo.
Sources: *echl.com, https://www.echl.com/en/teams/toledo-walleye, Be Legendary by Pop Evil