The Sydney Sirens have tied their exhibition game against the ADF Ice Hockey 2-2 today at the Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink. The Sirens held a 1-0 lead at the end of the first period however the ADF responded with two goals to the Sirens one in the second period to tie the game up going into the second break. The scores remained unchanged through the third with both teams unable to get the go ahead goal with the game ending 2-2. The Sirens resume their AWIHL season next weekend when they host the Brisbane Goannas in Canterbury.
– Sydney Sirens 2-2 ADF Ice Hockey (10:00, 29 January 2016, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink).
– The Brave have announced a partnership with the Australian Defence Force Ice Hockey Association’s Navy Tigersharks for the 2016 season. The deal aims to help promote ice hockey within the defence force as well as develop emerging talent. The partnership between the Brave and Tigersharks follows a similar deal between the Sydney Bears and the Army Knights. For more information see the announcement from the club.
– The Bears have announced that they formed a partnership with the Australian Defence Force (ADF) ice hockey team, the Army Knights for the 2016 season. The Army Knights are part of the ADF Ice Hockey Association and is made up of representatives from the Army, Air Force and Navy. The purpose of the partnership is to help promote ice hockey within the ADF as well as develop emerging talent. The Bears are also offering 50% off tickets for ADF members for the season. For more information see the announcement from the club.