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2018 AIHL playoffs

The 2018 AIHL playoffs have finished with the CBR Brave defeating the Sydney Bears 4-3 in overtime. The win gives the Brave their first Goodall Cup since joining the league in 2014. The Brave progressed to the final after defeating the Melbourne Mustangs 5-1 in the semifinals while the Bears defeated the Perth Thunder 3-0 in their semifinal. For the sixth year running the finals are sponsored by Air Canada.

The CBR Brave’s Trevor Gerling was named the playoffs most valuable player and Wehebe Darge was named the Skaters Network local player of the finals.

For more information see the TheAIHL.com and for the livestreams of the games see the league YouTube page.

– SF1: Melbourne Mustangs 1-5 CBR Brave (15:00, 1 September 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– SF2: Perth Thunder 0-3 Sydney Bears (18:00, 1 September 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– GF: Sydney Bears 3-4 OT CBR Brave (15:00, 2 September 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)

Last updated 2 September 2018

AIHL news: 20 June 2018

The AIHL have announced that the 2018 Goodall Cup finals will be held at the O’Brien Group Arena in Melbourne. The finals will be held from 1 September to 2 September and are sponsored by Air Canada for the sixth year in a row. Tickets for the finals go on sale on 25 June. For more information see the announcement from the league

2017 AIHL playoffs

The 2017 AIHL playoffs have finished with the Melbourne Ice defeating the CBR Brave 4-1. The win gives the Ice their fourth Goodall Cup and their first since 2012. The Ice progressed to the final after defeating the Melbourne Mustangs 4-2 in the semifinals while the Brave defeated the Perth Thunder 6-2 in their semifinal. For the fifth year running the finals are sponsored by Air Canada.

The Melbourne Ice’s Sebastian Ottosson was named the finals most valuable player. Also announced was Skaters Network Local Player of the Year which was awarded to Joey Hughes of the Melbourne Ice.

For more information the AIHL website.

– SF1: Melbourne Mustangs 2–4 Melbourne Ice (15:00, 2 September 2017, O’Brien Group Arena)
– SF2: CBR Brave 6–2 Perth Thunder (18:00, 2 September 2017, O’Brien Group Arena)
– GF: CBR Brave 1–4 Melbourne Ice (15:00, 3 September 2017, O’Brien Group Arena)

Last updated 3 September 2017

2016 AIHL playoffs

The 2016 AIHL playoffs have finished with the Newcastle North Stars defeating CBR Brave 2-1. The win gives the North Stars their sixth Goodall Cup, successfully defending their title from last year. The North Stars progressed to the final after defeating the Perth Thunder 3-2 in the semifinals while the Brave defeated the Melbourne Ice 4-3 in their semifinal. For the fourth year running the finals were sponsored by Air Canada.

For more information on the AIHL see their website.

– SF1: CBR Brave 4 – 3 Melbourne Ice (15:00, 27 August 2016, O’Brien Group Arena)
– SF2: Newcastle North Stars 3 – 2 Perth Thunder (18:00, 27 August 2016, O’Brien Group Arena)
– GF: Newcastle North Stars 2 – 1 CBR Brave (15:00, 28 August 2016, O’Brien Group Arena)

2015 AIHL Playoffs

The 2015 AIHL Playoffs have finished with the Newcastle North Stars defeating the Melbourne Ice 3-2 in overtime. The win gives the North Stars their fifth Goodall Cup and first since 2008. The North Stars progressed to the finals after defeating the CBR Brave 4-3 in the semifinal, while the Ice defeated the Perth Thunder 1-0 in their semifinal. For the third year running the finals were sponsored by Air Canada.

For more information see the announcement on the AIHL website

  • SF1: CBR Brave 3 – 4 Newcastle North Stars (15:00, 29 August 2015, Medibank Icehouse)
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  • SF2: Perth Thunder 0 – 1 Melbourne Ice (18:30, 29 August 2015, Medibank Icehouse)
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  • GF: Newcastle North Stars 3 – 2 OT Melbourne Ice (15:00, 30 August 2015, Medibank Icehouse)
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