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Meet your Evansville Icemen: Nick Schneider

NAME: NICK SCHNEIDER

NUMBER: 22

POSITION: DEFENSE

HEIGHT: 5-9

WEIGHT: 175

BIRTHDAY: 12/14/84

AGE: 26

YR.   3

SHOOTS: RIGHT

BIRTHPLACE: MAPLEWOOD, MN

This is his third pro season and his second full campaign with the IceMen in Evansville. Made debut with premiering AA/CHL team in 2010-11 as one of the many players who came to Evansville from the 2009-10 IHL Huber Trophy Champions Muskegon Lumberjacks. Last season, in 64-games, registered pro career-highs in goals (3); assists (15); points (18). His +2 rating was foremost for the IceMen last season.  Added 1-PPG, 1-PPA, 1-SHG. His 3-SHA ranked as fourth most in t

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Evansville IceMen To Greet Fantasy Of Lights Visitors

As visitors drive through Ritzy’s Fantasy of Lights in Garvin Park this Wednesday, December 14 only, 5:00-9:00 P.M., they will be greeted by members of the Evansville IceMen, Evansville’s pro hockey team.

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What To Do With Another Empty Downtown Evansville Building

The Ford Center is open and looks great. The Evansville Icemen and the University of Evansville basketball teams are playing there; Bob Seger and Reba McEntire have rocked the Ford Center; the Zac Brown Band and Lady Antebellum are still to come. The only problem is a lack of restaurants and bars to go to before and after events that you can actually get into.

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Ford Center Ribbon Cutting
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The Ford Center Officially Welcomed To Evansville With Ribbon-Cutting [PHOTOS]

It's been a busy week for the brand new Ford Center in downtown Evansville.  After 2 years of construction and many years of discussion prior, The Ford Center is open.  Over the last week or so, it has hosted a couple Aces games, an Icemen game, and Bob Seger in concert, and before Reba McEntire takes the stage tonight, the city took time to officially celebrate the grand opening of the arena with a ribbon cutting hosted by outgoing Evansville Mayor Jonathan Weinzapfel

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