Wednesday, January 25, 2012

Today in history: January 25

January 25 in Indianapolis hockey history
1956: The Chiefs set a dubious record – allowing 16 goals in a shutout loss to the Cincinnati Mohawks. The Mohawks’ 10 second-period goals remained an IHL record through the end of the league’s existence. Bob Lalonde was the goaltender, stopping 44 of the Mohawks’ 60 shots.

No comments:

Post a Comment