Sunday, November 13, 2011

Today in history: November 13

November 13 in Indianapolis hockey history
1942: Due to wartime travel problems, the Capitals arrive one hour after the scheduled puck drop in Hershey. The game starts at 10 p.m., the Caps lose 2-1. 
1981: Steve Stoyanovich scores two goals 11 seconds apart as the Chex beat Fort Worth 5-3 at the Coliseum. 

Bob Sicinski: "Sinker" was a Racers center from 1974-77, where he played 207 games. He had 40 goals and 92 assists as a Racer, and was an integral part of the team making the playoffs in 1976 and 1977. He had three assists in the 1977 playoffs, which included a sweep of the Cincinnati Stingers. He played professionally from 1967-78, playing 353 WHA games. He also played two seasons for the Chicago Cougars before joining the Racers. A native of Brampton, Ont., he is 65. 
Nate Elliott: Ice defenseman from 2002-04, where he played 126 games. He had 10 goals, 14 assists and 152 PIMs in that time. Those were the only two pro seasons for the SUNY-Oswego grad. He helped the Ice win a division title in 2003. A native of Oswego, N.Y., he is 33. 

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