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Pro hockey returning to coliseum in 2014

November 25, 2013
 IBJ Staff
The Indiana State Fair Commission announced Monday that it signed a deal with Indiana Hockey Club LLC, an ECHL expansion franchise that will become an anchor tenant for the fairgrounds’ newly renovated coliseum.
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Investment group may bring pro hockey back to Indianapolis

April 20, 2013
Anthony Schoettle
Professional hockey will be skating back to the city in less than two years if Indiana State Fairgrounds officials get their wish.
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Ice to take over operations at Pan Am skating facility

April 5, 2013
Mason King
The Indiana Ice have come to an agreement with owner Kite Realty Group to use the Pan Am Plaza skating facility as a training center and venue for games after renovations this summer. It also will be open to the public for other ice-related activities.
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Ice likely to play more games at revamped Pan Am facilities

April 5, 2013
Scott Olson
Building owner Kite Realty Group Trust has agreed to renovate the aging facility's ice rinks to enable the hockey team to play more games there next season.
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Indiana Ice plan to build $12 million hockey facility

December 2, 2009
Scott Olson
Ice Sports and Entertainment, the owner of the Indiana Ice hockey team, announced Wednesday afternoon that it plans to build a complex that could contain up to four skating rinks and house the Indiana/World Skating Academy.
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Ice will do great things this seasonRestricted Content

January 19, 2009
Michael Miller
First, I want to compliment [Bill Benner] on your column in the Dec. 15 issue regarding Michael Schupay and the Indiana Ice. You did a wonderful job summarizing Schupay's much-too-brief life and his involvement with the Ice.
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Indiana Ice honors Schupay's dedication to teamRestricted Content

December 15, 2008
Bill Benner
Afater the sudden death of Michael Schupay, the respected and dedicated Ice team president, the Indiana hockey team is striving to honor his memory.
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