August 21 in Indianapolis hockey history

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Kerry Clark: Right wing who played three games for the Ice in 1988-89, with one assist. He played 10 pro seasons in the IHL and AHL, often tallying triple-digit penalty minutes. He had three straight double-digit goal scoring seasons for the Salt Lake Golden Eagles from 1990-93. He retired in 1998. A native of Kelvington, Sask., he is 49.

Colin Miller: Center who played 13 games for the Ice in 1994-95. He had five goals and six assists. He played seven years in the IHL and ECHL, with four 20-goal seasons, before retiring in 1999. A native of Grimsby, Ont., he is 46.

Aidan Muir: Winger for the Ice in 2013-14. Often skating with Jacob Pritchard and Brian Pinho, Muir had 14 goals, 27 assists and 60 PIM in 54 games. He was also a plus-30, ranking near the top among forwards in the USHL. Muir was a key part of the Ice’s championship run, assisting on the Clark Cup-winning goal. He was drafted in the fourth round of the 2013 NHL Draft by Edmonton. He just finished his junior year at Western Michigan, where he has 10 goals and 24 assists in 91 games. A native of Ann Arbor, Mich., he is 22.