The Indy Fuel minor league hockey team is expected to call Fishers home as soon as the 2024-2025 season. That’s because the team will be the anchor tenant of an 8,500-seat arena in a new Fishers Event Center and expanded entertainment district.
Indy Fuel’s planned move to Fishers has been longtime dream for owner
The announcement last fall that the Indy Fuel minor league hockey team would move to Fishers and be the anchor tenant for an 8,500-seat arena was the culmination of two decades of vision and work by the team’s founder Jim Hallett.Read More
Fishers selects manager for planned $170M event center
ASM Global, a Los Angeles-based facility management company, has agreed to terms with Fishers officials to oversee day-to-day operations for the the venue and event-attraction efforts.Read More
The Indy Fuel will continue to play as a minor league hockey affiliate of the Chicago Blackhawks through the 2021-22 season under a contract extension announced Thursday.
The minor-league hockey all-star game in Indianapolis will be played under a new three-on-three format. But a bigger draw could be NHL great Wayne Gretzky’s participation.
With an improved team and a better schedule—including more Saturday night games (14) than ever—Indy Fuel officials think this could be a watershed season for the minor-league professional hockey team.
The owners of the Indy Fuel professional hockey team and Indianapolis-based developer Gershman Partners announced plans Monday to team up on a $40 million-plus sports, family entertainment and hospitality complex on 60 acres along Interstate 65 in Greenwood.
Father-and-son duo Jim and Sean Hallett announced plans Thursday to build a hockey and ice-skating facility on six acres in Freedom Park, south of Smith Valley Road between State Road 135 and U.S. 31 South.
Father-and-son duo Jim and Sean Hallett launched a minor-league hockey team—the Indy Fuel—in 2013, but the enterprise has expanded far beyond just an ECHL franchise.
The 2018 ECHL All-Star Classic and Skills Competition is scheduled for Jan. 15 at Indiana Farmers Coliseum and will be hosted by the Indy Fuel.
WISH-TV Channel 8—and its sister station WNDY-TV—continue to add sports programming to their offerings and in the process may become the go-to stations for Chicago area transplants.