CBR Brave

2018 AIHL season: Round 12

Round 12 of the 2018 Australian Ice Hockey League season has finished with wins for the Sydney Bears, Perth Thunder, Sydney Ice Dogs and and CBR Brave. The Brave remain on top of the standings, ten points clear of the second placed Ice Dogs. Next week all eight teams are in action across six games.

For more information see the AIHL website.

Results
– Sydney Ice Dogs 0-5 Sydney Bears (19:30, 13 July 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)
– Melbourne Ice 3-4 SO Perth Thunder (16:30, 14 July 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Adelaide Adrenaline 0-5 Sydney Ice Dogs (17:00, 14 July 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)
– Newcastle Northstars 1-3 CBR Brave (17:30, 14 July 2018, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)
– Melbourne Ice 4-7 Perth Thunder (16:30, 15 July 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Adelaide Adrenaline 1-2 SO Sydney Bears (17:00, 15 July 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)

Standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
CBR Brave 18 14 0 0 4 42
Sydney Ice Dogs 18 8 3 2 5 32
Perth Thunder 18 8 3 1 6 31
Newcastle Northstars 19 7 3 3 6 30
Sydney Bears 17 7 2 3 5 28
Melbourne Mustangs 19 6 1 2 10 22
Melbourne Ice 19 5 2 3 9 22
Adelaide Adrenaline 18 2 2 2 12 12

Last updated 15 July 2018

AIHL news: 9 July 2018

CBR Brave
Tynan Theobald made his debut for the club on 7 July. Serving as a backup to Matt Hewitt, Theodald was put in the net during the third period but was pulled after five minutes having let in three goals on five shots. Theobald spent his 2017-18 season playing for both the New Tecumseth Civics and London Lakers in the Greater Metro Junior A Hockey League.

Sydney Ice Dogs
Kale Costa joined the team for the first time this season in their 8 July game against the Adelaide Adrenaline. Kosta played two games for the Ice Dogs in 2017 and has spent the 2017-18 season playing for HC Slovan Usti nad Labem U16 in the ELIOD Extraliga mladšího dorostu where he finished as the teams top scorer with 39 points from 33 games.

2018 AIHL season: Round 11

Round 11 of the 2018 Australian Ice Hockey League season has finished with wins for the Newcastle Northstars, CBR Brave, Sydney Bears, Melbourne Ice, Melbourne Mustangs and Sydney Ice Dogs. The Brave remain on top of the standings, nine points clear of the second placed Northstars. Next week seven teams are in action across six games while the Mustangs sit the round out on a bye.

The match between the CBR Brave and Melbourne Melbourne Mustangs on 7 July served as the second annual Pride Game. The Brave won the match 7-5.

For more information see the AIHL website.

Results
– Adelaide Adrenaline 4-5 Newcastle Northstars (17:00, 7 July 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– CBR Brave 7-5 Melbourne Mustangs (17:00, 7 July 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Melbourne Ice 1-7 Sydney Bears (17:00, 7 July 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)
– Melbourne Ice 4-3 Newcastle Northstars (16:00, 8 July 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– CBR Brave 3-6 Melbourne Mustangs (16:00, 8 July 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Adelaide Adrenaline 0-4 Sydney Ice Dogs (17:00, 8 July 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)

Standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
CBR Brave 17 13 0 0 4 39
Newcastle Northstars 18 7 3 3 5 30
Sydney Ice Dogs 16 7 3 2 4 29
Perth Thunder 16 7 2 1 6 26
Sydney Bears 15 6 1 3 5 23
Melbourne Mustangs 19 6 1 2 10 22
Melbourne Ice 17 5 2 2 8 21
Adelaide Adrenaline 16 2 2 1 11 11

Last updated 8 July 2018

2018 AIHL season: Round 10

Round 10 of the 2018 Australian Ice Hockey League season has finished with wins for the Melbourne Ice, Newcastle Northstars, CBR Brave and Melbourne Mustangs. The Brave remain on top of the standings, nine points clear of the second placed Northstars. Next week seven teams are in action across six games while the Perth Thunder sit the round out on a bye.

The match between the Sydney Bears and Melbourne Ice also served as the fifth annual Canada Day Classic. The Ice defeated the Bears 2-1 to claim the title for the second year in a row.

For more information see the AIHL website.

Results
– Melbourne Ice 4-1 Melbourne Mustangs (19:30, 29 June 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Newcastle Northstars 3-2 SO Sydney Ice Dogs (19:30, 29 June 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)
– CBR Brave 6-2 Perth Thunder (16:30, 30 June 2018, Perth Ice Arena)
– Sydney Bears 1-2 Melbourne Ice (17:00, 30 June 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– Sydney Ice Dogs 4-6 Newcastle Northstars (16:00, 1 July 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Sydney Bears 0-3 Melbourne Mustangs (16:00, 1 July 2018, O’Brien Group Arena)
– CBR Brave 6-2 Adelaide Adrenaline (16:30, 1 July 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)

Standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
CBR Brave 15 12 0 0 3 36
Newcastle Northstars 16 6 3 3 4 27
Sydney Ice Dogs 15 6 3 2 4 26
Perth Thunder 16 7 2 1 6 26
Sydney Bears 14 5 1 3 5 20
Melbourne Mustangs 17 5 1 2 9 19
Melbourne Ice 15 4 2 2 7 18
Adelaide Adrenaline 14 2 2 1 9 11

Last updated 1 July 2018

AIHL news: 25 June 2018

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have released a picture of their Canada Day jerseys which will be worn during their game against the CBR Brave on 1 July. For a picture of the jerseys see the post on the club’s Facebook page and for more information on the game see the article on their website

CBR Brave
– The Brave have also released an image of their Canada Day jersey. For a picture see the post on the club’s Facebook page

AIHL news: 24 June 2018

CBR Brave
Jakob Doornbos and Nickolas Eckhardt made their first appearance on the bench for the club this season with both goaltenders serving as backup in a game each against the Melbourne Mustangs. Doornbos and Eckhardt were were called up to fill in for regular backup goaltender Alex Tetrault.

Melbourne Ice
James Downie joined the team for the first time this weekend in Sydney and Newcastle. Downie started in the Ice’s game against the Sydney Ice Dogs and backed-up for Jaden Pine-Murphy in Newcastle. Downie recently returned from the United States where he has been playing for Meijer AAA Hockey 18U
Maksim Shneider has made his debut for the Melbourne Ice, lining up in the game against the Newcastle Northstars. The Russian born Shneider has been playing in the Victorian Premier League for the Melbourne Sharks where he currently has five points from six games.

Sydney Bears
– The Bears have signed Kayne Fedor for their 24 June game against the Adelaide Adrenaline. The signing looks to have been made to avoid falling below the minimum number of players for a game after Ryan Lough and Fredrik Rozenberg did not return to the lineup after the 23 June match. Fedor last played in the AIHL for the Adrenaline in 2016 and is currently signed with the Adelaide Tigers in the South Australian Premier League.

2018 AIHL season: Round 9

Round 9 of the 2018 Australian Ice Hockey League season has finished with wins for the Sydney Bears, Perth Thunder, Sydney Ice Dogs, Melbourne Mustangs, Newcastle Northstars, Adelaide Adrenaline and CBR Brave. The Brave remain on top of the standings, four points clear of the second placed Thunder. Next week all eight teams are in action across seven games.

For more information see the AIHL website.

Results
– Sydney Bears 6-2 Adelaide Adrenaline (16:30, 23 June 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Perth Thunder 4-3 SO Newcastle Northstars (17:00, 23 June 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Melbourne Ice 2-6 Sydney Ice Dogs (17:00, 23 June 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)
– Melbourne Mustangs 4-1 CBR Brave (17:30, 23 June 2018, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)
– Melbourne Ice 2-3 Newcastle Northstars (16:00, 24 June 2018, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
– Sydney Bears 2-3 SO Adelaide Adrenaline (16:30, 24 June 2018, Adelaide Ice Arena)
– Melbourne Mustangs 4-8 CBR Brave (17:00, 24 June 2018, Phillip Ice Skating Centre)
– Perth Thunder 3-2 Sydney Ice Dogs (17:00, 24 June 2018, Macquarie Ice Rink)

Standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
CBR Brave 13 10 0 0 3 30
Perth Thunder 15 7 2 1 5 26
Sydney Ice Dogs 13 6 3 1 3 25
Newcastle Northstars 14 5 2 3 4 22
Sydney Bears 12 5 1 3 3 20
Melbourne Mustangs 15 4 1 2 8 16
Melbourne Ice 13 2 2 2 7 12
Adelaide Adrenaline 13 2 2 1 8 11

Last updated 24 June 2018

AIHL news: 21 June 2018

CBR Brave
– New sponsor: All Sports Mouth Guards. More information

Newcastle Northstars
– New signing: Sammy Banga. Position: Forward. 2017-18: Norfolk Admirals (ECHL) – 2 games, 0 points, Brock University (U Sports) – 28 games, 14 points. More information