November 22 in Indianapolis hockey history
1942: Bill Thomson has a hat trick and adds an assist in an 8-5 Capitals win over Washington at the Coliseum. Gerry Brown has four assists, and Judd McAtee a goal and three assists in the win. The Caps score the last five goals of the game to reverse a two-goal third-period deficit.
1945: Tony Bukovich has a hat trick as the Capitals beat the New Haven Eagles 7-4. Rosy Rossignol adds two goals and Johnny Holota two assists.
1979: Neil Hawyriliw scores two goals as the Checkers beat Cincinnati 3-1 in front of a large Thankgiving crowd at MSA. The crowd of 7,865 is the best in the Checkers’ inaugural season.
1990: Milwaukee’s Eric Murano ties the Ice with 7:07 left, but Mike Eagles tallies the game-winner just 17 seconds later to give the Ice a 3-2 win over the Admirals at the Coliseum. It’s Eagles’ second goal of the game, coming off Mike Stapleton’s second assist.
1995: James Black scores with one second left in regulation to send the Ice into a shootout with Houston. There, the Ice won in the seventh round on Jeff Serowik’s goal, 4-3. Serowik, Steve Dubinsky and Black all scored for the Ice, and Jim Waite turned aside 22 shots for the win.
1996: A crowd of 10,082 sees the Ice beat Fort Wayne 8-5. Dave Chyzowski’s hat trick and four-point night leads the team, but Chris Snell has two goals and an assist to go along with a plus-5. Brad Werenka has a goal and two assists. The Ice pump 51 shots at Fort Wayne goaltender Tim Cheveldae. Chyzowski’s first goal comes at 14:30 of the second, 26 seconds after a goal by the Komets’ Yuri Krivohija, and 31 seconds before Chris Snell made it 5-3. Chyzowski added a shorthanded goal in the third, and an empty-netter to seal the hat trick.
2001: Dylan Taylor records his only hat trick as a member of the Ice in a 4-3 shootout win at Memphis.
2008: The Ice win their ninth straight home game, 5-3 over Des Moines. Shane Berschbach has two goals and an assist, and Joe Hartman assists on three goals.
Happy birthday to …
Wendell “Jamie” Jamieson: Right wing for the Caps in 1941-42. He split the year between Indianapolis and Providence, with 22 points in 39 games between the two teams. He went on to play for several AHL teams through 1948, and then spend two seasons in the early IHL. A native of Brantford, Ont., he was born in 1914.
Tom Micallef: Chiefs defenseman in 1959-60. In 61 games, he had 11 goals and 32 assists. He continued to play senior hockey in Windsor and returned to the IHL in 1963-64 with the Windsor Bulldogs. A native of Toronto, he was born in 1937.
Bert Marshall: The Checkers coach in their first two seasons, from 1979-81. He also suited up in six games in 1979-80. His teams had an 84-62-13 record in those two seasons. He left the Checkers to become the Colorado Rockies’ head coach in 1981-82. Marshall nearly began his 17-year pro career in Indianapolis, playing for the Cincinnati Wings in 1963-64 — a team that started the year as the Indianapolis Capitols. He made his NHL debut with the Red Wings in 1965, and also played for the Oakland Seals, New York Rangers and New York Islanders. In 868 NHL games, he had 17 goals and 181 assists. He is currently a scout for the NHL Carolina Hurricanes, and was part of the 2006 Stanley Cup championship. A native of Kamloops, BC, he is 73.
Tom Rothstein: Left wing for the Checkers in 1985-86. In 25 games, he had 11 goals and 10 assists. He also played 13 games for Flint that season, his only minor pro year. Rothstein was a prolific scorer at the University of Minnesota, graduating in 1985. He is currently in business in Minnesota. A native of Grand Rapids, Minn., he is 55.
Darin Kimble: Center who played nine games with the Ice in 1995-96, scoring one goal. Picked fourth in the 1988 NHL Draft, Kimble played 311 NHL games over seven seasons with Quebec, St. Louis, Boston and Chicago. A noted tough guy, he had 23 goals and 1,082 NHL penalty minutes. He continued his career in the IHL, WPHL, ECHL and UHL through 2002, his 14th year of pro hockey. He is currently coaching youth hockey in the St. Louis area. A native of Lucky Lake, Sask., he is 48.