News Articles

  • THE LYCEUM PROJECT: "ONE GOAL"

    September 20, 2014

    For immediate release; THE LYCEUM PROJECT: "ONE GOAL" Mission Statement: To provide a gathering place centered around family oriented activities and community service partnerships focusing on improving the daily lives of our youth in Indiana. “Educate, Work then Play” are at the core of our vision to create a model that will enhance our
     
  • Indiana Ice Granted Dormacy

    July 21, 2014

    Ownership of the Ice, working with the Office of the Commissioner and the USHL Executive Committee, requested and received approval from the USHL Board of Directors for the temporary withdrawal from on-ice competition in order for the organization to focus on development of the Lyceum Pavilion as permanent home for the USHL Member Club in the Indianapolis
     
  • ICE ANNOUNCE TENTH ANNIVERSARY ALL-STAR TEAM

    July 20, 2014

    HONORARY TEAM FEATURES THREE CLARK CUP CHAMPIONS AND TWO NHL PLAYERS INDIANAPOLIS—The Indiana Ice announced today the members of the franchise’s special Tenth Anniversary All-Star Team. The honorary squad is made up of Ice alumni based on factors ranging from on-ice performance to their community involvement while with the organization. The
     
  • CHAMPIONSHIP TRIO PICKED IN NHL DRAFT

    June 30, 2014

    CHAMPIONSHIP TRIO PICKED IN NHL DRAFT DEFENSEMEN JACOBS, MANTHA AND FORWARD TSCHANTZ PICKED IN ANNUAL EVENT INDIANAPOLIS—Dormancy hasn’t dampened the Indiana Ice’s impact on the hockey world as three players from the 2013-2014 Clark Cup Championship roster heard their name called at the 2014 NHL Draft on Saturday from the Wells Fargo
     
  • BROWN NAMED USHL'S GENERAL MANAGER OF THE YEAR

    May 27, 2014

    The United States Hockey League today announced that Jeff Brown of the Indiana Ice has been named the 2013-14 USHL General Manager of the Year as determined by a vote of League coaches and general managers. Brown led the Ice to a 42-11-7 record (91 points) during the regular season and finished first in the Eastern Conference by 17 more points than the