National Championships

Upcoming events in July

On top of the various ongoing leagues there are a few events taking place in the month of July.

The Wayne Gretzky 2016 Ice Hockey Classic – Game 5website
(2 July 2016, Brisbane Entertainment Centre)
2016 Australian International Ice Hockey Cupwebsite
(2 July 2016 to 16 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena and Erina Ice Arena)
2016 Syd Tange National Championshipwebsite
(6 July 2016 to 9 July 2016, Cockburn Ice Arena)
2016 Australian Women’s Tier 2 Ice Hockey League – Series 2website
(8 July 2016 to 11 July 2016, O’Brien Group Arena)
2016 Kurt DeFris National Championshipwebsite
(14 July 2016 to 17 July 2016, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)

2016 John McCrae Williamson Jamboree

The 2016 John McCrae Williamson Jamboree got underway yesterday at the Adelaide Ice Arena. The event is aimed at players aged 7 to 11 years old and runs from 10 June to 13 June 2016. Its focus is to develop the skills of the players and will also include small area games. The Adelaide Adrenaline’s goaltender Peter King will be attending the Jamboree on 12 June to hold two coaching sessions from 09:00 to 11:45.

For details see the event listing by Ice Hockey Australia.

2015 Brown National Championship

The 2015 Jim Brown National Championship has finished with Victoria defeating Western Australia 6-0 in the gold medal game. The Brown tournament is open to players 17 years and over, however players over the age of 23 must have played less then six AIHL games in the current season. This years tournament consists of teams from the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. All games were held at the O’Brien Group Arena in Melbourne and the tournament ran from 8 October to 11 October. We are currently waiting on Ice Hockey Australia to update the Pointstreak page with game cards and statistics and will update the post when they become available.

For more information on tickets see the page on the Ice Hockey Australia website and see below for the promo video created for the tournament.

A live stream will also be available at 15:00 11 October for the Bronze Medal and Gold Medal games via Livestream.com

Schedule

  • Victoria 10 – 1 South Australia (16:00, 8 October 2015)
  • Queensland 4 – 2 New South Wales (18:45, 8 October 2015)
  • Western Australia 6 – 0 Australian Capital Territory (20:45, 8 October 2015)
  • New South Wales 2 – 6 Victoria (07:00, 9 October 2015)
  • South Australia 5 – 1 Australian Capital Territory (09:00, 9 October 2015)
  • Western Australia 4 – 2 Queensland (11:00, 9 October 2015)
  • New South Wales 1 – 4 South Australia (14:00, 9 October 2015)
  • Opening Ceremony (15:55, 9 October 2015)
  • Western Australia 2 – 4 Victoria (16:30, 9 October 2015)
  • Australian Capital Territory 1 – 5 Queensland (18:15, 9 October 2015)
  • New South Wales 6 – 1 Australian Capital Territory (07:00, 10 October 2015)
  • South Australia 2 – 7 Western Australia (09:00, 10 October 2015)
  • Queensland 1 – 2 Victoria (11:00, 10 October 2015)
  • Western Australia 7 – 0 New South Wales (14:00, 10 October 2015)
  • South Australia 1 – 2 Queensland (16:00, 10 October 2015)
  • Victoria 12 – 0 Australian Capital Territory (18:00, 10 October 2015)
  • 55 year Olympic Team Anniversary Dinner (after the game, 10 October 2015)
  • SF1: Victoria 8 – 0 South Australia (08:00, 11 October 2015)
  • SF2: Western Australia 4 – 3 Queensland (10:00, 11 October 2015)
  • Bronze Medal: South Australia 1 – 3 Queensland (15:00, 11 October 2015)
  • Gold Medal: Victoria 6 – 0 Western Australia (17:00, 11 October 2015)

Standings after Game 15:

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
Victoria 5 5 0 0 0 15
Western Australia 5 4 0 0 1 12
Queensland 5 3 0 0 2 9
South Australia 5 3 0 0 2 9
New South Wales 5 1 0 0 4 3
Australian Capital Territory 5 0 0 0 5 0

2015 Brown National Championship kicks off 8 October

The 2015 Jim Brown National Championships kick off next Thursday at the O’Brien Group Arena and will run through to 11 October. The tournament is open to players 17 years and over, however players over the age of 23 must have played less then six AIHL games in the current season. Six teams will compete in the 2015 edition of the Brown National Championship, up from four teams last year. Western Australia who is the defending champion will take on the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia and Victoria.

For more information see the page on the Ice Hockey Australia website.

2015 Ginsberg National Championship

The 2015 Ginsberg National Championship was completed yesterday with New South Wales defeating South Australia 3-0 in the gold medal game. The Ginsberg tournament is open to players 13 and under and is held between the State Associations. This years tournament consisted of teams from the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. All games were held at the Hunter Ice Skating Stadium in Newcastle and the tournament ran from 6 August to 9 August. Kale Costa of New South Wales top scored for the tournament with 17 points and New South Wales’ Raymond Brennan finished as the top goaltender with a save percentage of 0.935.

Ice Hockey Australia is yet to publish the complete results from the tournament on the Pointstreak website but we will update this post as soon as possible.

For more information on the tournament results see the Pointstreak website

Tournament results:

  • Game 1: Victoria 0 – 3 South Australia (07:00, 6 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 2: Western Australia 1 – 6 New South Wales (08:30, 6 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 3: Australian Capital Territory 1 – 9 Queensland (10:00, 6 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 4: New South Wales 8 – 1 Victoria (15:45, 6 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 5: South Australia 9 – 0 Australian Capital Territory (17:15, 6 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 6: Queensland 2 – 3 SO Western Australia (18:45, 6 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 7: New South Wales 5 – 0 South Australia (06:45, 7 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 8: Australian Capital Territory 0 – 6 Western Australia (08:15, 7 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 9: Queensland 5 – 1 Victoria (09:45, 7 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 10: New South Wales 8 – 0 Australian Capital Territory (14:45, 7 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 11: South Australia 2 – 1 SO Queensland (16:15, 7 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 12: Western Australia 5 – 2 Victoria (17:45, 7 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 13: Queensland 3 – 4 New South Wales (14:45, 8 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 14: South Australia 4 – 3 Western Australia (16:15, 8 August 2015). Game Card
  • Game 15: Victoria 5 – 0 Australian Capital Territory (17:45, 8 August 2015). Game Card
  • SF1: New South Wales 3 – 2 Queensland (08:00, 9 August 2015). Game Card
  • SF2: South Australia 5 – 2 South Australia (09:30, 9 August 2015). Game Card
  • Bronze Medal: Western Australia 5 – 1 Queensland (15:45, 9 August 2015). Game Card
  • Gold Medal: New South Wales 3 – 0 South Australia (17:15, 9 August 2015). Game Card

2015 Tange National Championship

The 2015 Tange National Championship was completed on Sunday with Western Australia defeating New South Wales 4-0 in the gold medal game. The Tange tournament is open to players 18 and under and is held between the state associations. This years tournament consisted of teams from the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. All games were held at the Ice Arena in Adelaide and the tournament ran from 23 July to 26 July. Western Australia’s Jakob Ruck top scored for the tournament with 17 points and New South Wales’ Tyrone Mendoza-Kehlet finished as the top goaltender with a save percentage of 0.923.

For more information on the tournament results see the Pointstreak website

Tournament results:

  • Game 1: Victoria 1 – 2 SO New South Wales (08:00, 23 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 2: South Australia 1 – 5 Queensland (10:00, 23 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 3: Australian Capital Territory 0 – 5 Western Australia (11:45, 23 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 4: New South Wales 4 – 0 South Australia (13:30, 23 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 5: Queensland 1 – 3 Australian Capital Territory (15:15, 23 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 6: Western Australia 2 – 3 SO Victoria (17:00, 23 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 7: Australian Capital Territory 0 – 11 Victoria (06:30, 24 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 8: New South Wales 8 – 2 Queensland (08:15, 24 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 9: Western Australia 7 – 3 (10:00, 24 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 10: New South Wales 4 – 0 Australian Capital Territory (11:45, 24 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 11: Victoria 2 – 1 South Australia (13:30, 24 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 12: Queensland 1 – 6 Western Australia (15:15, 24 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 13: South Australia 4 – 1 Australian Capital Territory (08:00, 25 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 14: Western Australia 3 – 2 New South Wales (15:45, 25 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 15: Queensland 2 – 5 Victoria (17:30, 25 July 2015). Game Card
  • SF1: Western Australia 9 – 2 Queensland (08:30, 26 July 2015). Game Card
  • SF2: Victoria 1 – 2 New South Wales (10:15, 26 July 2015). Game Card
  • Bronze Medal: Queensland 1 – 3 Victoria (15:45, 26 July 2015). Game Card
  • Gold Medal: Western Australia 4 – 0 New South Wales (17:30, 26 July 2015). Game Card

2015 Kurt De Fris National Championship

The 2015 Kurt De Fris National Championship was completed yesterday with New South Wales defeating Western Australia in the gold medal game. The Kurt De Fris is open to players 15 and under and is held between the State Associations. This years tournament consisted of teams from New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. All games were held at the Xtreme Ice Arena in Malaga, Western Australia and the tournament ran from 8 July to 11 July. New South Wales Jeremy Vasquez top scored for the tournament with 16 points and James Downie finished as the top goaltender with a save percentage of 0.959.

The results and statistics for the final two days of play are not yet available but will be updated here as soon as possible.

For more information on the tournament results see the Pointstreak website

  • Game 1: Victoria 1 – 3 New South Wales (16:00, 8 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 2: Western Australia 5 – 3 Queensland (18:00, 8 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 3: South Australia 2 – 4 New South Wales (06:30, 9 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 4: Victoria 1 – 0 SO Queensland (08:15, 9 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 5: Western Australia 1 – 3 New South Wales (15:45, 9 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 6: South Australia 1 – 3 Victoria (17:30, 9 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 7: Western Australia 2 – 1 Victoria (06:30, 10 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 8: Queensland 1 – 0 South Australia (08:15, 10 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 9: Western Australia 4 – 0 South Australia (15:45, 10 July 2015). Game Card
  • Game 10: New South Wales 3 – 1 Queensland (17:30, 10 July 2015). Game Card
  • Semifinal 1: New South Wales 3 – 0 Queensland (09:15, 11 July 2015). Game Card
  • Semifinal 2: Western Australia 3 – 1 Victoria (11:00, 11 July 2015). Game Card
  • Bronze medal game: Victoria 2 – 5 Queensland (16:00, 11 July 2015). Game Card
  • Gold medal game: New South Wales 3 – 2 OT Western Australia (17:45, 11 July 2015). Game Card
  • Closing Ceremony and Medal Presentation (19:15, 11 July 2015).

2014 Brown National Championship

The 2014 Brown National Championship was completed yesterday with Western Australia defeating the Barbarians 4-3 in the gold medal game. The Brown tournament is open to players 17 years and over, with those older than 20 must not have played more than six AIHL games in the current season. This years tournament consisted of teams from New South Wales, South Australia, Western Australia and a Barbarians team. The Barbarians, who were combination of Western Australian and Queensland players, were a late entry into the tournament after Victoria pulled out at the last minute. All games were held at the Xtreme Ice Arena in Perth and the tournament ran from 2 October to 5 October. Western Australia’s Paul Graham top scored for the tournament with 15 points and Mark McCann finished as the top goaltender with a save percentage of 0.940.

Tournament results:

  • Game 1: South Australia 0 – 6 Western Australia (18:15, 2 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 2: New South Wales 2 – 4 Barbarians (20:00, 2 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 3: Western Australia 8 – 0 New South Wales (08:30, 3 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 4: Barbarians 4 – 2 South Australia (10:15, 3 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 5: South Australia 2 – 5 New South Wales (16:00, 3 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 6: Western Australia 2 – 4 Barbarians (17:45, 3 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 7: Barbarians 3 – 4 New South Wales (06:45, 4 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 8: Western Australia 4 – 0 South Australia (08:30, 4 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 9: New South Wales 2 – 3 Western Australia (16:45, 4 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 10: South Australia 1 – 4 Barbarians (18:30, 4 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 11: New South Wales 3 – 1 (06:45, 5 October 2014). Game Card
  • Game 12: Barbarians 0 – 6 Western Australia (08:30, 5 October 2014). Game Card
  • Bronze Medal Game: New South Wales 2 – 1 SO South Australia (17:00, 5 October 2014). Game Card
  • Gold Medal Game: Western Australia 4 – 3 Barbarians (18:45, 5 October 2014). Game Card

2014 Ginsberg National Championship

The 2014 Ginsberg National Championship was completed today with Queensland defeating South Australia 4-1 in the gold medal game. The Ginsberg tournament is open to players 13 and under and is held between the State Associations. This years tournament consisted of teams from the Australian Capital Territory, New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. All games were held at the Ice Arena in Adelaide and the tournament ran from 7 August to 10 August. Queensland’s Zac Gumm and South Australia’s Ben Handberg top scored for the tournament finishing with 10 points. South Australia’s Jeremy Friederich finished as the top goaltender, with a best save percentage of 0.926.

For more information on the tournament results see the Pointstreak website

Tournament results:

  • Game 1: Queensland 3 – 5 Victoria (09:00, 7 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 2: Western Australia 2 – 3 South Australia (10:30, 7 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 3: ACT 0 – 3 New South Wales (12:00, 7 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 4: South Australia 2 – 4 Queensland (14:30, 7 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 5: Victoria 6 – 0 ACT (16:00, 7 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 6: New South Wales 3 – 2 Western Australia (17:30, 7 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 7: South Australia 6 – 1 Victoria (08:15, 8 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 8: ACT 1 – 3 Western Australia (09:45, 8 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 9: New South Wales 3 – 1 Queensland (11:15, 8 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 10: South Australia 4 – 0 ACT (12:45, 8 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 11: Victoria 1 – 6 New South Wales (14:15, 8 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 12: Western Australia 1 – 3 Queensland (09:00, 9 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 13: New South Wales 0 – 1 SO South Australia (10:30, 9 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 14: Victoria 3 – 4 Western Australia (15:45, 9 August 2014). Game Card
  • Game 15: Queensland 6 – 0 ACT (17:15, 9 August 2014). Game Card
  • Semifinal 1: New South Wales 5 – 0 Western Australia (08:00, 10 August 2014). Game Card
  • Semifinal 2: South Australia 1 – 4 Queensland (09:30, 10 August 2014). Game Card
  • Bronze Medal Game: South Australia 3 – 2 Western Australia (15:45, 10 August 2014). Game Card
  • Gold Medal Game: New South Wales 2 – 3 OT Queensland (17:15, 10 August 2014). Game Card

2014 De Fris National Championship

The 2014 De Fris National Championship was completed today with Victoria defeating New South Wales 3-2 in overtime in the gold medal game. The De Fris tournament is open to players 15 and under and is held between the State Associations. This years tournament consisted of teams from New South Wales, Queensland, South Australia, Victoria and Western Australia. All games were held at the Hunter Ice Skating Stadium in Newcastle and the tournament ran from 9 July to 12 July. Victoria’s Findlay Wood top scored for the tournament finishing with 20 points which included 13 goals and seven assists. Victoria also finished on top of goaltenders with Conor O’Brien finishing with the best save percentage of 0.885.

For more information on the tournament results see the Pointstreak website

Tournament results:

  • Game 1: Western Australia 0 – 1 Queensland (07:00, 9 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 2: Victoria 5 – 2 South Australia (08:30, 9 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 3: New South Wales 10 – 0 Western Australia (18:30, 9 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 4: Victoria 6 – 0 Queensland (08:15, 10 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 5: South Australia 3 – 4 New South Wales (16:15, 10 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 6: Western Australia 0 – 13 Victoria (17:45, 10 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 7: New South Wales 7 – 1 Queensland (08:00, 11 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 8: Western Australia 1 – 6 South Australia (09:30, 11 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 9: Victoria 2 – 3 New South Wales (16:15, 11 July 2014). Game Card
  • Game 10: South Australia 4 – 1 Queensland (17:45, 11 July 2014). Game Card
  • Semifinal 1: New South Wales 2 – 0 Queensland (08:00, 12 July 2014). Game Card
  • Semifinal 2: Victoria 8 – 1 South Australia (09:30, 12 July 2014). Game Card
  • Bronze Medal Game: South Australia 6 – 0 Queensland (15:30, 12 July 2014). Game Card
  • Gold Medal Game: New South Wales 2 – 3 OT Victoria (17:15, 12 July 2014). Game Card