Saturday, January 21, 2012

Today in history: January 21

January 21 in Indianapolis hockey history
1962: Shortly after being released by the team, Hank Therrien is re-signed and scores 6:32 into overtime to beat Muskegon and end a Chiefs losing streak. 

Ray Adduono: Racers center for eight games in 1977-78. He had a goal and two assists. He played five WHA seasons, with 45 goals and 152 assists in 221 games with the Cleveland Crusaders, San Diego Mariners, Minnesota Fighting Saints and the Racers. He finished his career with the Racers, and played two more years in the minors. A native of Fort William, Ont., he is 65. 
Graeme Bonar: Ice right wing in 1988-89, where he had 11 goals and eight assists in 38 games. The Montreal Canadiens' third-round pick in 1984, he played in the AHL and IHL from 1986-89, then in the Colonial and Sunshine Hockey Leagues through 1994. He had a 33-goal season with CoHL Brantford in 1991-92. A native of Mimico, Ont., he is 46. 

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