Ice Hockey Classic

Canada defeat USA in Game 3

Team Canada have defeated Team USA in game three of the 2019 Ice Hockey Classic in Melbourne. Canada claim the series with one game to spare.

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 6-5 Team USA (12 June 2019, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, Newcastle)
– Game 2: Team Canada 10-5 Team USA (15 June 2019, International Convention Centre, Sydney)
– Game 3: Team Canada defeat Team USA (21 June 2019, O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne)
– Game 4: Team Canada – Team USA (22 June 2019, O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne)

Canada defeat USA in Sydney

Team Canada have defeated Team USA 10-5 in game two of the 2019 Ice Hockey Classic in Sydney. The competition now moves to Melbourne with game three and four to be held at the O’Brien Icehouse.

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 6-5 Team USA (12 June 2019, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, Newcastle)
– Game 2: Team Canada 10-5 Team USA (15 June 2019, International Convention Centre, Sydney)
– Game 3: Team Canada – Team USA (21 June 2019, O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne)
– Game 4: Team Canada – Team USA (22 June 2019, O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne)

Canada defeat USA in Newcastle

Team Canada have defeated Team USA 6-5 in game one of the 2019 Ice Hockey Classic in Newcastle. The competition now moves to Sydney with game two to be held at the International Convention Centre.

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 6-5 Team USA (12 June 2019, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, Newcastle)
– Game 2: Team Canada – Team USA (15 June 2019, International Convention Centre, Sydney)
– Game 3: Team Canada – Team USA (21 June 2019, O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne)
– Game 4: Team Canada – Team USA (22 June 2019, O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne)

Ice Hockey Classic 2019 schedule

The schedule for the 2019 Ice Hockey Classic series has been released with five games in three cities. The series will be played in Newcastle, Sydney and Melbourne with Adelaide and Brisbane being dropped after having games held in 2018. In Sydney the venue has been changed to the International Convention Centre after previously being held at the Qudos Bank Arena. The Ice Hockey Classic will also run alongside the Australian Ice Hockey League’s All-Star Weekend with the Skills Competition and All-Star Game being held in Sydney.

Schedule
12 June 2019: Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, Newcastle
– 19:00: Ice Hockey Classic Game
14 June 2019: International Convention Centre, Sydney
– 18:00: AIHL All-Star Skills Competition
– 19:30: Ice Hockey Classic Game
15 June 2019: International Convention Centre, Sydney
– 15:00: AIHL All-Star Game
– 17:30: Ice Hockey Classic Game
21 June 2019: O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne
– 19:30: Ice Hockey Classic Game
22 June 2019: O’Brien Group Arena, Melbourne
– 15:00: Melbourne Mustangs – Melbourne Ice (regular season game)
– 17:30: Ice Hockey Classic Game

Canada defeat USA at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre

Team Canada have defeated Team USA 9-6 in the final game of the 2018 Ice Hockey Classic series. Team USA however win their first Ice Hockey Classic series with Canada winning the previous three editions.

For more information see the Ice Hockey Classic Facebook page

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 8-5 Team USA (22 June 2018, Spark Arena, NZ)
– Game 2 Cancelled: Team Canada – Team USA (23 June 2018, Westpac Stadium, NZ)
– Game 3: Team Canada 4-6 Team USA (28 June 2018, Queenstown Ice Arena, NZ)
– Game 4: Team Canada 3-6 Team USA (30 June 2018, Qudos Bank Arena)
– Game 5: Team Canada 7-8 OT Team USA (5 July 2018, Adelaide Entertainment Centre)
– Game 6: Team Canada 9-6 Team USA (7 July 2018, Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
Team USA claim the series 3-2

USA defeat Canada at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre

Team USA have defeated Team Canada 8-7 in overtime at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre. Team USA take an unbeatable 3-1 lead in the series with one game to play. The series now moves to Brisbane for the 7 July game at the Brisbane Entertainment Centre.

For more information see the Ice Hockey Classic Facebook page

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 8-5 Team USA (22 June 2018, Spark Arena, NZ)
– Game 2 Cancelled: Team Canada – Team USA (23 June 2018, Westpac Stadium, NZ)
– Game 3: Team Canada 4-6 Team USA (28 June 2018, Queenstown Ice Arena, NZ)
– Game 4: Team Canada 3-6 Team USA (30 June 2018, Qudos Bank Arena)
– Game 5: Team Canada 7-8 OT Team USA (5 July 2018, Adelaide Entertainment Centre)
– Game 6: Team Canada – Team USA (7 July 2018, Brisbane Entertainment Centre)

USA defeat Canada in Sydney

Team USA have defeated Team Canada 6-3 at the Qudos Bank Arena. Team USA now lead the series two games to one following on from the two games in New Zealand. The series now moves to Adelaide for the 5 July game at the Adelaide Entertainment Centre.

For more information see the Ice Hockey Classic Facebook page

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 8-5 Team USA (22 June 2018, Spark Arena, NZ)
– Game 2 Cancelled: Team Canada – Team USA (23 June 2018, Westpac Stadium, NZ)
– Game 3: Team Canada 4-6 Team USA (28 June 2018, Queenstown Ice Arena, NZ)
– Game 4: Team Canada 3-6 Team USA (30 June 2018, Qudos Bank Arena)
– Game 5: Team Canada – Team USA (5 July 2018, Adelaide Entertainment Centre)
– Game 6: Team Canada – Team USA (7 July 2018, Brisbane Entertainment Centre)

Ice Hockey Classic to return in 2018

TLA Worldwide and TEG Live have announced the return of the Ice Hockey Classic series for 2018. The series has increased to three games for 2018 with Brisbane and Adelaide being added, while Melbourne is dropped from the schedule. The organisers have yet to announce whether they will be holding their Ice Hockey Night events at any local ice hockey arenas in 2018. Team Canada have won the previous three additions, most recently defeating the United States in overtime to take the 2017 series 3-2.

For more information see the official Facebook page and for tickets see Ticketek.

Schedule
– 30 June 2018: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
– 5 July 2018: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
– 7 July 2018: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane

USA defeat Canada at Hisense Arena

Team USA have defeated Team Canada 10-6 at Hisense Arena in the final game of the 2017 Ice Hockey Classic. Team USA’s win tied the series at two games each following Canada’s wins in Newcastle and Sydney and the USA’s at the O’Brien Group Arena. The two teams then went into an overtime period to break the series tie with Canada scoring and claiming the series 3-2. Team Canada have now won all three editions of the Ice Hockey Classics, previously winning 3-1 in 2015 and 3-2 in 2016.

Schedule
– Game 1: Team Canada 7-5 Team USA (14 June 2017, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Game 2: Team Canada 8-5 Team USA (17 June 2017, Qudos Bank Arena)
– Game 3: Team Canada 5-8 Team USA (22 June 2017, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Game 4: Team Canada 6-10 Team USA (24 June 2017, Hisense Arena)
Team Canada defeat Team USA 1-0 in overtime following Game 4 to claim series 3-2