May 10 in Indianapolis hockey history

May 10 in Indianapolis hockey

2014: The longest game in USHL Ice history ends when Joe Sullivan scores on a wraparound 6:49 into the second overtime, giving the Ice a 3-2 victory over Waterloo, evening the Clark Cup Final at a game apiece. Josh Jacobs’ power play goal in the first gives the Ice a 1-0 lead, but Waterloo ties it in the second and takes a lead on John Wiitala’s shorthanded goal 39 seconds into the third. On the same power play, Mitch Hults ties it 59 seconds later, and Jason Pawloski makes it stand up. He made 32 saves in the win. The Ice pepper Waterloo’s Cal Petersen with 62 shots at the other end.