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New WM20 coaches appointed

We are pleased to announce that Dave Ruck (WA) has been appointed as Head Coach of the WM20 (Junior) team and will be supported by David Ferrari (NSW) as Assistant Coach. We wish them all the best for their upcoming championship in Reykjavik, Iceland during January 2019.

2018 U18 World Championship IIIB Qualification Officiating

The 2018 IIHF U18 World Championship Division III Group B Qualification is taking place in Queenstown, New Zealand, with Fraser Ohlson from Ice Hockey Victoria representing Australia as a Linesman. Fraser returns to the International arena for another World Championship and is aiming to show why Australian officials are regularly chosen to officiate at these… Read more »

National Championships Schedule Released

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Ice Hockey Australia is pleased to announce the National Championship schedule for 2018. This year Championship play will return to Canberra with the DeFris Trophy being hosted by IHACT. Ginsberg Trophy Under 13   16th – 19th August O’Brien Group Arena, 105 Pearl River Rd, Docklands, Melbourne DeFris Trophy Under 15    1st – 5th August… Read more »

2018 National Men’s team announced

Ice Hockey Australia is pleased to announce the team roster for the upcoming WM (Men’s Open age)  team. They will compete in Division II Group A in Tilburg, Netherlands, 23-29 April 2018 PLAYERS (in alphabetical order) Matt Armstrong Jack Carpenter Billy Cliff Wehebe Darge Brian Funes Per Daniel Goransson Rob Haselhurst Anthony Kimlin Mat Lindsay Bert… Read more »

AJIHL Finals Livestream

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Ice Hockey Australia is pleased to provide Livestream links for AJIHL finals:  Quarter Finals: https://youtu.be/TIyFfgWN88A  Semi Finals: https://youtu.be/pVLL-RMSA3Q Grand Final: https://youtu.be/iA5fj-1c9_I

Rush win their first against Sirens

by Tom Basso 24 February 2018: GAME 1 – ADELAIDE RUSH (4), SYDNEY SIRENS (2) In their last weekend of home matches for the 2017/2018 season, there was no more difficult an assignment for Adelaide Rush then the formidable Sydney Sirens. The reigning champions still sat atop the AWIHL table despite suffering their first blemish of… Read more »

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