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Indy Ice

The Indianapolis Ice is the name of a former hockey team in Indianapolis, Indiana that played in the International Hockey League from 1988–99 and in the Central Hockey League from 1999–2004. Their original home arena was the Indiana State Fair Coliseum at the Indiana State Fairgrounds on the city's near-northeast side. They subsequently played at Market Square Arena. Once Market Square Arena was imploded, a few home games were played at Conseco Fieldhouse downtown each year, with the majority played at the Pepsi Coliseum. Their major rivals during the 1990s were the Fort Wayne Komets. The team may be best known for letting former NBA player Manute Bol suit up for one game, mostly as a publicity stunt. Bol never took the ice for the game he was scheduled to play because of equipment problems.

In 2004, a new team named the Indiana Ice came into existence in the United States Hockey League, after the CHL Ice moved to Topeka. The team also plays at Pepsi Coliseum & Conseco Fieldhouse.

The Ice won the 1991 Turner Cup & the 2000 Ray Miron Cup.

Notable players include Dominik Hasek, Dean McAmmond, Rob Conn, Ray LeBlanc (U.S. Olympian), Kip Miller (Hobey Baker Winner),Yvan Corbin, Shawn Silver, Gus Lampos, Stephane Lauer.


Season-by-season recordsEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTL = Overtime Losses, Pts = Points, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PIM = Penalties in minutes

IHL IceEdit

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
1988–89 82 26 54 2 54 312 430 - 5th, West
1989–90 82 53 21 8 114 315 237 - 1st, West Turner Cup Champions
1990–91 82 48 29 5 101 342 264 - 2nd, West
1991–92 82 31 41 10 72 272 329 - 5th, East
1992–93 82 34 39 9 77 324 347 2155 2nd, Central
1993–94 81 28 46 7 63 257 329 2170 3rd, Central
1994–95 81 32 41 8 72 273 330 1490 4th, Midwest
1995–96 82 43 33 6 92 304 295 1699 3rd, North
1996–97 82 44 29 9 97 289 230 2388 1st, Central
1997–98 82 40 36 6 86 245 261 1947 3rd, Central
1998–99 82 33 37 12 78 243 277 1946 3rd, Central

CHL IceEdit

Season GP W L OTL Pts GF GA PIM Finish Playoffs
1999–00 70 39 28 3 81 290 244 1491 2nd, West Miron Cup Champions
2000–01 70 31 32 7 69 239 260 1912 4th, East Lost in Round 1
2001–02 64 30 37 7 47 192 237 2119 4th, Northeast Did not qualify
2002–03 64 39 16 9 87 206 173 1192 1st, Northeast Lost in Conference Final
2003–04 64 37 23 4 78 202 181 1237 2nd, Northeast Lost in Round 1


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