College Hockey:
Yale assistant Wallack takes USHL job in Indy

The Indiana Ice of the United States Hockey League have hired former Yale associate head coach Kyle Wallack as their new head coach and general manager.

Wallack was at Yale the past five seasons.

“We feel we have the right fit in Kyle,” said Ice president Charlie Skjodt in a statement. “Today’s game is built on speed and we searched for the right coach who will take advantage of our larger ice surface at Pepsi Coliseum. If you watched Yale last year, their success was built around the endless pursuit of the puck and a high octane offense. That game is something the players love, our fans expect, and a recipe for success. We are very confident the team will be in great hands this year and it will be no surprise to see Kyle put us in position for another run at the Clark Cup.”

Wallack was signed to a three-year deal with the Ice.

The following is a self-policing forum for discussing views on this story. Comments that are derogatory, make personal attacks, are abusive, or contain profanity or racism will be removed at our discretion. USCHO.com is not responsible for comments posted by users. Please report any inappropriate or offensive comments by clicking the “Flag” link next to that comment in order to alert the moderator.

Please also keep “woofing,” taunting, and otherwise unsportsmanlike behavior to a minimum. Your posts will more than likely be deleted, and worse yet, you reflect badly on yourself, your favorite team and your conference.

North Dakota 2016 National ChampionsBNY Mellon Wealth Management