And those that have didn't appear in many games
There has been minor professional hockey in Toledo since the 1940s, but there has been little in the way of Newfoundland representation on teams in the Ohio city.
The most recent is forward Shayne Morrissey of St. John’s, who appeared in seven games for the Walleye this season, but spent most of the 2018-19 campaign in the Southern Professional Hockey League.
Others from this province who have played for Toledo have had similarly brief stays in the northwest Ohio city.
Defenceman Justin Pender of St. John’s, who has been with the Newfoundland senior Clarenvile Caribous the last three seasons, dressed for eight games with the Walleye in 2011-12 in the midst of a five-year minor league career. Even then, he still was featured in a trading card set in a Walleye uniform.
Corner Brook’s Todd Gillingham had the longest Toledo tenure, 18 games with the ECHL’s Storm in 2000-01; and Derek Clancey of St. John’s got into just five games with the Storm in 1991-1993, in their inaugural ECHL season, but must have made an impression by registering five points.
And then there is Duffy McCarthy, who according to the Internet Hockey Database, was born on Allan’s Island on the Burin Peninsula in 1951, but grew up in Malton, Ont.
McCarthy got into a half dozen games with the International Hockey League’s Toledo Hornets in 1971-72, a year after finishing his junior career with the Kitchener Rangers.