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2019 Phillip Ginsberg National Championship

The 2019 Phillip Ginsberg National Championship has finished with New South Wales defeating Queensland 5-1 in the grand final to claim the gold medal. The win gives New South Wales their third Phillip Ginsberg title in a row. The tournament is open to players 13 and under and was 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 Erina Ice Arena and the tournament ran from 15 August to 18 August 2019.

Further information:
Tournament website
Livestream on the Ice Hockey NSW Facebook page

Preliminary round (all times AEST)
– South Australia 4-5 Western Australia (07:00, 15 August 2019)
– Queensland 6-1 Victoria (08:45, 15 August 2019)
– Australian Capital Territory 0-24 New South Wales (10:45, August 2019)
– Victoria 3-1 South Australia (14:30, 15 August 2019)
– Australian Capital Territory 0-4 Western Australia (16:15, 15 August 2019)
– New South Wales 3-0 Queensland (18:00, 15 August 2019)
– Queensland 8-0 Australian Capital Territory (07:00, 16 August 2019)
– Western Australia 2-5 Victoria (09:00, 16 August 2019)
– New South Wales 10-0 South Australia (11:00, 16 August 2019)
– Australian Capital Territory 2-12 Victoria (13:15, 16 August 2019)
– South Australia 1-10 Queensland (15:00, 16 August 2019)
– Western Australia 0-5 New South Wales (16:45, 16 August 2019)
– Victoria 4-3 New South Wales (07:00, 17 August 2019)
– Queensland 4-0 Western Australia (08:45, 17 August 2019)
– South Australia 6-0 Australian Capital Territory (10:30, 17 August 2019)

Preliminary round standings

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
New South Wales 5 4 0 0 1 12
Queensland 5 4 0 0 1 12
Victoria 5 4 0 0 1 12
Western Australia 5 2 0 0 3 6
South Australia 5 1 0 0 4 3
Australian Capital Territory 5 0 0 0 5 0

Playoffs (all times AEST)
– SF1: Western Australia 1-5 New South Wales (16:00, 17 August 2019)
– SF2: Victoria 2-3 Queensland (17:45, 17 August 2019)
– Third place: Western Australia 3-4 Victoria (07:00, 18 August 2019)
– Grand final: Queensland 1-5 New South Wales (08:45, 18 August 2019)

Last updated 18 August 2019

Canada Maples win 2018 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup

The Canada Maples have claimed the 2018 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup after winning game five of the series. All five games this year were held at the Erina Ice Arena with the Sydney Ice Arena being dropped from the schedule. The 2018 title is Canada’s third in a row and sixth overall. Unfortunately the organisers have yet to release the result of the final the series.

For more information see the tournament website and Facebook page.

Schedule
– Game 1: Canada Maples 6-5 SO USA Eagles (17:45, 14 July 2018)
– Game 2: Canada Maples 8-1 USA Eagles (15:00, 15 July 2018)
– Game 3: Canada Maples 3-9 USA Eagles (19:30, 17 July 2018)
– Game 4: Canada Maples 1-2 USA Eagles (19:30, 18 July 2018)
– Game 5: Canada Maples USA Eagles (17:45, 21 July 2018)

Canada Maples win 2017 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup

The Canada Maples have claimed the 2017 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup after winning their fifth game in the nine game series. The 2017 title is Canada’s second in a row and fifth overall. Unfortunately the organisers have yet to release the results of the final two games of the series.

For more information see the tournament website and Facebook page.

Schedule:
– Game 1: Canada Maples 5-4 USA Eagles (17:30, 1 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 2: Canada Maples 6-9 USA Eagles (15:00, 2 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 3: Canada Maples 4-3 USA Eagles (19:30, 5 July 2017, Erina Ice Arena)
– Game 4: Canada Maples 10-6 USA Eagles (19:30, 6 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 5: Canada Maples 4-6 USA Eagles (17:30, 8 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 6: Canada Maples 8-4 USA Eagles (15:00, 9 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 7: Canada Maples 6-5 USA Eagles (19:30, 11 July 2017, Erina Ice Arena)
– Game 8: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 13 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 9: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:30, 15 July 2017, Sydney Ice Arena)

Canada Maples claim International Cup with three games to spare

The Canada Maples have claimed the 2016 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup after winning their fifth game in the nine game series. After going down the USA Eagles in Game 2 the Maples have not dropped a game since. The series resumes tonight at the Erina Ice Arena for Game 7.

For more information see the tournament website and Facebook page.

Schedule:
– Game 1: Canada Maples 7 – 3 USA Eagles (17:45, 2 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 2: Canada Maples 2 – 7 USA Eagles (15:30, 3 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 3: Canada Maples 8 – 3 USA Eagles (19:30, 6 July 2016, Erina Ice Arena)
– Game 4: Canada Maples 7 – 5 USA Eagles (19:30, 7 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 5: Canada Maples 9 – 4 USA Eagles (17:45, 9 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 6: Canada Maples 5 – 3 USA Eagles (15:30, 10 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 7: Canada Maples 10 – 5 USA Eagles (19:30, 12 July 2016, Erina Ice Arena)
– Game 8: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 14 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 9: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 16 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)

2016 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup gets underway

The 2016 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup got underway on Saturday with the Canada Maples defeating the USA Eagles 7-3 in Game 1. The series was then leveled yesterday with the USA Eagles claiming a 7-2 win in Game 2. The tournament is in its eighth year and runs from 2 July to 16 July with games being held at the Sydney Ice Arena and Erina Ice Arena. Last years tournament was won by the USA Eagles who defeated the Canada Maples five games to four.

For more information see the tournament website and Facebook page.

Schedule:
– Game 1: Canada Maples 7 – 3 USA Eagles (17:45, 2 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 2: Canada Maples 2 – 7 USA Eagles (15:30, 3 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 3: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 6 July 2016, Erina Ice Arena)
– Game 4: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 7 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 5: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 9 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 6: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (15:30, 10 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 7: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 12 July 2016, Erina Ice Arena)
– Game 8: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 14 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)
– Game 9: Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 16 July 2016, Sydney Ice Arena)

Game 9 to determine the winner of the Australian International Ice Hockey Cup

The 2015 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup remains tied after eight games. In Game 7 the Canada Maples defeated the USA Eagles 10-7 at the Erina Ice Arena while in Game 8 the USA Eagles beat Canada 9-6 to keep the series alive. Competition concludes on 11 July with Game 9 decider being held at the Sydney Ice Arena.

For a brief history on the tournament see our article from last years tournament.

Also see the tournaments official website and Facebook page.

Schedule:

  • Canada Maples 4 – 3 SO USA Eagles (17:45, 27 June 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 4 – 5 SO USA Eagles (15:30, 28 June 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 6 – 4 USA Eagles (19:30, 1 July 2015, Erina Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 6 – 10 USA Eagles (19:30, 2 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 9 – 4 USA Eagles (17:45, 4 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 6 – 7 SO USA Eagles (15:30, 5 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 10 – 7 USA Eagles (19:30, 8 July 2015, Erina Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 6 – 9 USA Eagles (19:30, 9 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 11 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)

Note: No game cards have been made available for the tournament so far.

Australian International Ice Hockey Cup remains tied after four games

The 2015 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup remains tied after four games. In Game 3 the Canada Maples defeated the USA Eagles 6-4 at the Erina Ice Arena. The following day the two teams returned to the Sydney Ice Arena where the USA Eagles recorded ten goals to the Canada Maples six to get their second win of the tournament. Competition resumes tomorrow with Game 5 being held at the Sydney Ice Arena.

For a brief history on the tournament see our article from last years tournament.

Also see the tournaments official website and Facebook page.

Schedule:

  • Canada Maples 4 – 3 SO USA Eagles (17:45, 27 June 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 4 – 5 SO USA Eagles (15:30, 28 June 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 6 – 4 USA Eagles (19:30, 1 July 2015, Erina Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 6 – 10 USA Eagles (19:30, 2 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 4 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (15:30, 5 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 8 July 2015, Erina Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 9 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 11 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)

Note: No game cards have been made available for the tournament so far.

2015 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup gets underway

The 2015 Australian International Ice Hockey Cup got underway yesterday with the Canada Maples defeating the USA Eagles 4-3 following a shootout in Game One. The series was then leveled today with the USA Eagles claiming a 5-4 shootout win in Game Two. The tournament is in its seventh year and will run from 27 June to 11 July with games being held at the Sydney Ice Arena and the Erina Ice Arena. Last years tournament was won by the USA Eagles who defeated the Canada Maples six games to three.

For a brief history on the tournament see our article from last years tournament.

Also see the tournaments official website and Facebook page.

Schedule:

  • Canada Maples 4 – 3 SO USA Eagles (17:45, 27 June 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples 4 – 5 SO USA Eagles (15:30, 28 June 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 1 July 2015, Erina Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 2 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 4 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (15:30, 5 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 8 July 2015, Erina Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (19:30, 9 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)
  • Canada Maples – USA Eagles (17:45, 11 July 2015, Sydney Ice Arena)

Note: No game cards have been made available for the tournament so far.

Rosters:
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