Greenville scored twice in the third period to break a 1-1 tie and beat Toledo 3-1 in front of a sellout crowd of 8,200 at the Huntington Center Saturday night. Toledo has an overall record of 16-32-3-1 and is 9-15-0-0 at home.
Greenville would get the first goal of the game at 15:26 of the first period when Josh Nicholls beat Jared Coreau with a deflection.
"We played a solid game tonight," said Head Coach Dan Watson. "I liked our effort in our zone. We will watch some video tonight and tomorrow and continue to get better."
Kyle Rogers would score the lone goal of the second period. Max Shalunov fed a backhand pass in front of the Greenville net that Rogers slapped in for his 12th goal of the season.
Greenville would get a pair of goals in the third period to cap the scoring. Former Walleye forward Scott Arnold beat Coreau on a penalty shot at 6:36 of the third to put the Road Warriors in front for good.