GAME DAY TIMING:
6 PM: Doors open
7 PM: Puck drop
It’s Thursday, so we hope you’re thirsty! Enjoy $3 Bud Light, $3 glasses of Oliver wine, $3 specialty vodka cocktails, and $3 fountain drinks throughout the night as the Fuel take on the Fort Wayne Komets.
PARKING: Parking at Indiana State Fairgrounds is $10. Fans are encouraged to arrive early to park due to anticipated large crowds at the Fairgrounds. Infield parking is not available at this time due to set up for the Christmas light show.TICKETS: Tickets for tonight’s game can be purchased at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum Box Office or online HERE. Kids two and under do not need a ticket as long as they sit on the lap of a ticketed patron. BAG POLICY: The Indy Fuel now follow the same bag policy as all Indiana State Fairgrounds events. All bags are subject to search upon entering the arena. All bags larger than 14” x 14” x 6” (backpacks, suitcases, duffel bags, etc.) are prohibited. Please plan accordingly to help facilitate a quick and efficient entry process. Please report suspicious bags to an Indiana Farmers Coliseum team member.
You can view the entire Game Day Guide with everything you’ll need to know by clicking HERE.
ABOUT THE HOCKEY:
INDIANAPOLIS- The Fuel will host the Fort Wayne Komets for the second time this season on Thursday night and look to defeat them again while keeping their undefeated home streak alive after three consecutive wins at Indiana Farmers Coliseum.
LAST TIME OUT
These two teams met for the Fuel’s opening night on October 21 where the Fuel won 7-5, scoring three power play goals, a shorthanded goal and scoring the most goals in a game so far this season. Team points leader Alex Wideman opened the scoring on the season in this game. Chad Yetman and Jan Mandat who round out the top three in scoring also had a big game against Fort Wayne that night.
Fuel forward Chad Yetman is on a six-game point streak headed into this game after tallying at least one assist in his last four games and at least one goal in the two games prior to that. The only game where Yetman has not tallied a point was during the October 29 matchup at Reading, where the Fuel won 3-1.
With one more game this weekend than the first place Cincinnati Cyclones, the Fuel have a chance to pick up enough points to slide into first place in the division. If both teams win all their games this week in regulation, they will be tied for first place, however if the Cyclones manage to lose in any capacity, the Fuel could take sole ownership of first place with three wins.