Adelaide Adrenaline

2017 Adelaide Adrenaline awards

The Adelaide Adrenaline announced their club awards tonight. For more information see the thread on the clubs Facebook page.

– Most Valuable Player: Cameron Critchlow
– Highest Point Scorer: Cameron Critchlow
– Defenceman of the Year: Casey Babineau
– Rookie of the Year: Marcel McGuiness
– Unsung Hero Award: Jamie Holland
– Players Choice Award: Cameron Critchlow
– Local Player of the Year: David Huxley
– Fans Choice Award: Ales Kratoska
– Presidents Choice Award: Mike Biergard
– Volunteer of the Year: Cooper Davidson-Peacock

AIHL news: 15 June 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have announced the signing of James Keane for the remainder of the 2017 season. Keane last played for the club during the 2014 season and has played in a total of 212 games in the AIHL for both the Adrenaline and the Avalanche. He is expected to be in the lineup for this weekends games against the Melbourne Mustangs. For more information see the article from the club

Melbourne Ice
– The Ice have announced that they have released Mitchell Humphries from his contract. Humphries first joined the Ice in 2012 and has recorded total of 76 points in his 103 games for the club. For more information see the post from the club
– ‘Life. Be In It’ and Kidney Health Australia have joined the club as sponsors. ‘Life. Be In It’ have signed on as the Ice’s naming rights sponsor while Kidney Health Australia will serve as the club’s charity partner and volunteer sponsor.

Melbourne Mustangs
– The Mustangs announced the signing of Mitchell Humphries following his release from the Ice.

AIHL news: 19 May 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have added goaltender Seb Woodlands and Czech forward Ales Kratoska to their roster for the upcoming games against the Sydney Bears and Melbourne Mustangs. Kratoska spent the 2016-17 season playing for HC Tábor in the Czech 2.liga where he recorded 23 points in 34 games. He replaces import Morgan McNeill on the roster. Woodlands, who is on loan from the Adelaide Falcons, will serve as the teams third goaltender, behind Matt Murphy and Peter King, and in place of Glen Forbes White.

AIHL news: 16 May 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have announced the signing of Canadian goaltender Matt Murphy for the remainder of the 2017 season. Murphy spent the 2016-17 season playing for the Royal Military College of Canada in the U Sports system where he finished with a 0.902 save percentage from 22 games. Murphy comes into the team as a replacement for Tyler Steel who broke his hand prior to joining the Adrenaline. For more information see the announcement from the club.

AIHL news: 11 May 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have announced that goaltender Tyler Steel will not be joining the club for the 2017 season after breaking his hand during the Southern Professional Hockey League playoffs for the Huntsville Havoc. The club is currently working on filling the now vacant import spot. For more information see the announcement from the club.

AIHL news: 5 May 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
Dylan Pope will debut for the club this weekend against the Sydney Ice Dogs. Pope spent last season playing for the Adelaide Falcons in the South Australian A Grade and most recently competed in his second season with the Adelaide Generals of the Australian Junior Ice Hockey League.
Sean Greer returns to the roster for the first time this season and Graham Charbonneau returns after missing last week due to family commitments.
– For more information see the club website.

Sydney Ice Dogs
– The Ice Dogs have announced the signing of Canadian defenceman Rory Rawlyk for the remainder of the season. Rawlyk spent the 2016-17 season playing for ASC Corona Brasov of the MOL Liga and the Florida Everblades and Atlanta Gladiators of the ECHL. He has also previously competed in the American Hockey League and Elite Ice Hockey League. For more information see the article by Juno Tsalis.

AIHL news: 25 April 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have announced that the radio station 1079 Life as signed on as the club’s official media partner for 2017. The deal will include a live broadcast of at least one Adrenaline game this season as well as regular interviews with players, staff and volunteers. For more information see the announcement from the club.

CBR Brave
– The Brave have announced the signing of forward Wehebe Darge for the 2017 season. It had originally been announced that Darge would re-join the Adelaide Adrenaline when he returns in June. Darge has spent his entire AIHL career up to this point playing for the Adrenaline, competing in a total of 154 games and recording 219 points. During the 2016-17 season Darge has been playing for the Peterborough Phantoms of the English Premier Ice Hockey League recording 46 points in 53 games. For more information see the announcement from the Brave or the announcement from the Adrenaline.

AIHL news: 22 April 2017

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have announced their captains for the 2017 season. David Huxley has been named captain with Sean Greer, Cameron Critchlow and Darren Corstens as the three alternate captains.

Sydney Bears
– The Bears have announced that The Ranch Hotel will act as their official venue sponsor for the 2017 season.

Sydney Ice Dogs
TGI Fridays have joined the Ice Dogs as a sponsor and their Macquarie Centre restaurant will serve as the club’s post game venue. TGI Fridays have previously sponsored the Sydney Bears and the league during the 2015 season. For more information see the announcement from the club.

Adrenaline announce 2017 roster

The Adelaide Adrenaline have announced their roster for the upcoming 2017 season. New additions to the team are Casey Babineau, Zach Boyle, Cameron Critchlow, Glen Forbes White, Ben Gebert, Morgan McNeill and Tyler Steel

While players dropped from the team are T.J. Battani, Russel Brewer, Ted Fabijan, Kayne Fedor, Zack Firlotte, Joshua Harding, Gabriel O’Connor, Sam O’Neill-Hodges, Dion Palmer, Nicola Pau and Andrey Zolotarev

Goaltenders
#1 Glen Forbes White
#35 Tyler Steel (I)
#39 Pete King

Forwards
#7 Ryan Foll
#9 Wehebe Darge
#10 Greg Oddy
#11 Cameron Critchlow (I)
#12 Darren Corstens
#13 Cole MacMillan (I)
#14 Remy McGuiness
#15 Tyson Boyd
#16 Jake Riley
#17 Marcel McGuiness
#19 Josef Rezek
#20 Graham Charbonneau
#49 Jamie Holland (I)
#73 Steve Best

Defenceman
#3 Jordan Geyer
#5 Casey Babineau (I)
#6 Zach Boyle
#8 Sean Greer
#23 David Huxley
#27 Ben Gebert
#58 Morgan McNeill (I)