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Walleye re-sign Lowney

Friday, August 12th
Action photo of Ryan Lowney of the Toledo Walleye

Toledo, Ohio – Defenseman Ryan Lowney has agreed to terms with the Toledo Walleye for the 2022-23 season.Lowney, a native of Redford, Michigan, appeared in 45 games last year with the Walleye, posting 24 points (6g-18a) with another three assists in 21 playoff contests. He joined Toledo in December after appearing in 27 games in Denmark, collecting seven assists for the Rodovre Mighty Bulls.The 28-year-old has totaled 248 ECHL contests with 130 points (30g-100a) and 117 penalty minutes. His most productive pro season came with Fort Wayne in the 2018-19 season when he collected 38 points (5g-33a) over a career-best 72 contests.Prior to turning professional, Lowney was a Ferris State Bulldog from 2013-17. He posted 58 points (7g-51a) with 128 penalty minutes in his career while helping the Bulldogs to a WCHA championship in the 2015-16 season. He was a three-time All-Academic team member while at Ferris State.

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