The Indiana Ice is a dormant Tier I juniorice hockey team and member club of the United States Hockey League (USHL) that was formed in 2004 when the Danville Wings were purchased and moved from their location in Danville, Illinois, to Indianapolis, Indiana. The Ice captured the regular season division titles in the 2007–08 and 2013–14 seasons and won the 2009 and 2014 Clark Cup titles. The USHL has placed the team in a "dormancy status" since the 2014–15 season while the organization focuses on development of a new facility and permanent home, the Lyceum Pavilion, in the Indianapolis area. During this time, the Indiana Ice organization has remained a member club in the USHL, with membership on its board and full rights to participate in the business and operations of the league. From 2012 to 2014, the Ice split their home games between the Bankers Life Fieldhouse and the Pan American Arena. Before the 2012–13 season, the Ice played their home games at the Indiana Farmers Coliseum. The Ice played in the Eastern Conference/Division of the United States Hockey League.
2004–05: Lost to Cedar Rapids 3 games to none in quarterfinals; the RoughRiders eventually won the Clark Cup title.
2005–06: Lost to Cedar Rapids RoughRiders 3 games to 2 in quarterfinals; the Ice held a 2–1 series lead before losing the last 2 games.
2006–07: Swept Green Bay 4 games to 0 in first round; defeated Waterloo & Cedar Rapids in round-robin pool play in Round 2; lost to eventual Clark Cup Champion Sioux Falls 3–2 in O.T. in Clark Cup Semifinals
2007–08: Lost to Chicago 3 games to 1 in quarterfinals.
2008–09: Defeated Cedar Rapids 3 games to 2 in quarterfinals; defeated Green Bay 3 games to 1 in East Division Finals; defeated Fargo 3 games to 1 to win the Clark Cup Finals.
2009–10: Defeated the Cedar Rapids 3 games to 2 in quarterfinals; lost to Green Bay 3 games to 1 in East Division Finals
2010–11: Defeated the Waterloo 2 games to 0 in first round; lost to Green Bay 3 games to 0 in Eastern Quarterfinals
2011–12: Defeated Dubuque 3 games to 0 in Eastern Conference Semifinals; lost to Green Bay 3 games to 0 in conference finals
2013–14: Defeated Green Bay 3 games to 1 in quarterfinals; defeated Dubuque 3 games to 0 in Eastern Conference Finals; defeated Waterloo 3 games to 2 to win the Clark Cup Finals.
The following table shows NHL draft picks that have played for the Ice. The tenure column indicates whether they were drafted while on the Ice roster, prior to arriving, or after moving on to college or major junior.