Sunday, August 20, 2017

Wild Sunday Funday for Fuel and Flock

INDIANAPOLIS, IN – It was quite the different outcome than what the Quad City Mallards wanted. After playing back to back games against the Missouri Mavericks on Friday and Saturday....

A Disappointing Win? Martinson’s Comments & Dell Beats Dallas

ALLEN, TX - The Allen Americans finished up the last of five straight road games dating back to February 24 when they defeated the Indy Fuel 5-3 Sunday afternoon

Allen/Indy Preview, Future Considerations Explainer & More

ALLEN, TX - The Allen Americans play the Indy Fuel this afternoon (2:05 CDT) at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum. Allen will be the more rested...

Fuel Split Weekend Series with Komets

INDIANAPOLIS - After a red light special on Friday night, the Indy Fuel hosted the Fort Wayne Komets on Saturday night for the second half of a back-to-back.

2017 ECHL Trade Deadline Preview: Central Division

The Central Division is full of storylines heading into this deadline day. Toledo has been in the pole position of the Central Division all...

Mallards Light Up Fuel

MOLINE, IL – Seven goals were scored between the Indy Fuel and the Quad City Mallards on Saturday. The I-74 rivals had a tame game until the third period, with only six penalties being called through the game.

Fuel Earn a Point in Overtime Loss to Wheeling

Indianapolis, IN - Looking for their second win in their last 13 games, the Indy Fuel hosted the Wheeling Nailers on Friday night.

Fuel Owners to Build $20 Million IcePlex in Greenwood

INDIANAPOLIS - Since the announcement of the Indy Fuel, owners Jim and Sean Hallett have been adamant about growing the sport of hockey in Indianapolis. Today,...

Championship Winning Coach Joins TSB’s ECHL Trade Deadline Coverage

Today, The Sin Bin is proud to announce a huge addition to our 2017 ECHL Trade Deadline Coverage. Former Quad City Mallards (ECHL), Rio...

Fuel Give Up Five Unanswered, Get Thumped by Komets

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - The Indy Fuel hosted the Fort Wayne Komets on Friday night in the sixth of nine meetings between the I-69 rivals. Coming into the night, the Komets led the series 5-0.