Indianapolis Ice

The Indianapolis Ice was the name of an ice hockey team in Indianapolis, Indiana, that played in the International Hockey League from 1988 to 1999 and in the Central Hockey League from 1999 to 2004. Their original home arena was Market Square Arena. After Market Square Arena closed, a few home games were played at Fairgrounds Coliseum (known then as Pepsi Coliseum) at the Indiana State Fargrounds each season, with the majority played at the Conseco Fieldhouse in downtown. Their major rivals during the 1990s were the Fort Wayne Komets.

Indianapolis Ice
CityIndianapolis, Indiana
LeagueIHL, CHL
Founded1988
Operated1988–2004
Home arenaMarket Square Arena
Pepsi Coliseum
Conseco Fieldhouse
Championships
Turner Cups1 1990
Ray Miron President's Cup1 2000

This team would be replaced by a team in the United States Hockey League called the Indiana Ice following the 2003–04 season, while they relocated to Topeka, Kansas, to become the Topeka Tarantulas.

The Ice won the 1990 Turner Cup and the 2000 Ray Miron Cup.

Season-by-season records

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 Ice

SeasonGPWLOTLPtsGFGAPIMFinishPlayoffs
1988–89822654254312430 4th, WestDid not qualify
1989–908253218114315237 1st, WestTurner Cup Champion
1990–918248295101342264 2nd, WestLost in Round 1
1991–928231411072272329 5th, EastDid not qualify
1992–9382343997732434721552nd, CentralLost in Round 1
1993–9481284676325732921703rd, CentralDid not qualify
1994–9581324187227333014906th, MidwestDid not qualify
1995–9682433369230429516992nd, NorthLost in Round 1
1996–9782442999728923023881st, CentralLost in Round 1
1997–9880403668624526119473rd, CentralLost in Round 1
1998–99813337127824327719463rd, CentralLost in quarterfinal

CHL Ice

SeasonGPWLOTLPtsGFGAPIMFinishPlayoffs
1999–0070392838129024414912nd, WestMiron Cup Champion
2000–0170313276923926019124th, EastLost in Round 1
2001–0264303774719223721194th, NortheastDid not qualify
2002–0364391698720617311921st, NortheastLost in Conference Final
2003–0464372347820218112372nd, NortheastLost in Round 1
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