Jeremy Brown

AIHL news: 2 February 2017

Melbourne Ice
– The Ice have announced the return of forward Jeremy Brown for the upcoming season. Brown last played for the Ice in 2015, scoring 20 points in 17 games. During the 2015-16 season Brown played for the Chambly Forts and Granby Inouk of the Quebec Junior Hockey League before signing with the Windsor Wild of the Ligue Hockey Senior A Mauricienne for 2016-17.

Perth Thunder
– The Thunder have announced the re-signing of Benjamin Breault for the 2017 season. Breault recorded 52 points, including 26 goals for the team last season and has been playing for Saint-Georges Cool FM 103.5 in the Ligue Nord-Américaine de Hockey during the AIHL’s off-season. For more information see the announcement from the Thunder.

AIHL player news: 30 May 2015

Melbourne Ice

Perth Thunder

  • The Thunder’s newest signing, goaltender Mark Guggenberger debuts for club tonight in their game against the Melbourne Mustangs. Guggenberger is the teams fourth goaltender to start this season following Di Salvo, Wilkinson and McCann.

Australians Playing Overseas

In light of the recent mentions of Ethan Cornford and Jeremy Brown we have compiled a list of Australians who have signed with a club overseas for the current 2014-15 season. The information is based of Elite Prospects website and may or may not be complete:

Brown called up to the Victoriaville Tigres

Melbourne Ice forward Jeremy Brown has earned a call up to the Victoriaville Tigres of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League to play in their opening regular season game. Brown had recently returned to Quebec to play Junior A hockey with the Sherbrooke Cougars. For those unaware of the junior system in Canada, Major Juniour is the highest tier, followed by Junior A, Junior B, Junior C and Junior D. For more information see the Wikipedia article on Junior hockey.

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Thanks to the Melbourne Ice for the news.

2014 AIHL Final

The Melbourne Mustangs have won the 2014 Goodall Cup final after defeating the Melbourne Ice 6-1 today at the Medibank Icehouse. The win earns the Mustangs their first Goodall Cup who also won the H Newman Reid Trophy this season after finishing first in the regular season.

  • Melbourne Ice 1 – 6 Melbourne Mustangs (15:00, 31 August 2014, Medibank Icehouse). Game Card

The 2014 individual awards were also announced today with the Mustangs and Sydney Ice Dogs winning two of the awards each and the Ice and CBR Brave taking home one apiece.

News Round-Up

Some headlines from the week: