November 18 in Indianapolis hockey history
1944: Harry Lumley makes 27 saves for his first career AHL shutout, beating the Hershey Bears 3-0. John Sorrell and Butch McDonald have a goal and an assist each.
1980: Alex Pirus has the game-winning goal and three assists in a 7-1 Checkers victory over Fort Worth. Bily Carroll has two goals and an assist, and Dave Cameron has a goal and two assists.
1984: Rob Holland stops 29 saves to blank the Peoria Rivermen 4-0. Charlie Skjodt has two goals and an assist, and Neal Coulter scores twice.
1988: The Ice record their first shootout win, beating the Denver Rangers 6-5. Brent Sapergia has a four-point night with a goal and three assists.
1989: Everett Sanipass beats Peoria goaltender Curtis Joseph with 2:50 left, giving the Ice a 4-3 win in Peoria and extending their win streak to five games. Sanipass and Warren Rychel score two goals each.
1997: Dan Cleary and Dmitri Nabokov score goals 2:26 apart in the middle of the second-period to snap a three-game skid and beat Quebec 2-1 at MSA. Kirk Daubenspeck has 27 saves for the win.
2005: John Kemp assists on three goals, including Eddie Del Grosso’s power play goal to tie the game in the third. Lukas Klimek and Del Grosso then score in the shootout to beat Tri-City 5-4. Del Grosso and Brian Gifford each tally a goal and an assist.
2011: Daniil Tarasov and Ian Spencer score goals 19 seconds apart in the third period to give the Ice a 2-0 lead. Cedar Rapids ties it, but Tarasov scores the winner in a 3-2 shootout victory.
Happy birthday to …
Bob Stoddart: Defenseman for the Capitals in the 1943-44 season. He split his rookie pro year between the Caps and Buffalo, where he played 54 games. He played primarily in the IHL through 1950, serving the 1949-50 season as the player-coach of the Turner Cup champion Chatham Maroons. A native of Seaford, Ont., he was born in 1916.
Gerry Reid: Capitals center from 1948-51. In 199 games with the Caps, he had 76 goals and 129 assists, making him one of the team’s career scoring leaders. He played 13 playoff games with the Caps, with three goals and six assists in the eight-game Calder Cup championship run in 1950. He saw two NHL games, playing for the Red Wings in the 1949 playoffs. Reid’s 31 goals and 78 points in 1948-49 were second-most on the team to Fred Glover. After playing the 1951-52 season for Cleveland, Gerry went on to play senior hockey. A native of Owen Sound, Ont., he was born in 1928. He passed away in 1971 at age 42.