Friday, November 25, 2011

Today in history: November 25

November 25 in Indianapolis hockey history
1959: After three and a half seasons in net, three playoff appearances and a Turner Cup championship (as well as a stint as assistant coach), goaltender Cliff Hicks is released by the Chiefs. Hicks backstopped 159 games – a team record. Chuck Adamson would replace him and be in net for 115 games, most of the rest of the team’s history. 
Andy Cozzi: Right wing for the Checkers in 1985-86, where he had four goals and an assist in 14 games. The Miami University graduate also played the following two seasons with the Milwaukee Admirals before retiring. A native of New Rochelle, N.Y., he is 48. 

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