Jordon Brunt

AIHL news: 12 April 2018

Adelaide Adrenaline
– The Adrenaline have announced the signing of Canadian Caleb Apperson for the 2018 season. Apperson spent the first half of his 2017-18 season playing for Laurentian University in the U Sports system where he recorded 12 points in 18 games. At the end of February Apperson signed with the Birmingham Bulls of the Southern Professional Hockey League where he currently has four points from 13 games. For more information see the announcement from the club
David Huxley, Sean Greer and Graham Charbonneau have all announced that they will not be playing for the Adrenaline in the 2018 season. For more information see the announcement from the club

CBR Brave
– The Brave have announced the re-signing of Jordon Brunt, Mitchell Henning, Bayley Kubara, and Alex T├ętreault
Jayden Lewis has re-signed with the Brave, having last played for the club in 2015. Lewis has spent the last two seasons playing junior hockey in Finland. In the 2017-18 season Lewis played for KaKiPo U20 and PaiHa U20 and currently has 10 points from 21 games.
Dary Flanagan has signed with the Brave having spent last season playing for the Melbourne Ice. The 2018 season will be Flanagan’s third in the AIHL, having previously played for the Mustangs in 2016.
– For more information see the announcement from the club

Sydney Bears
– The Bears have re-signed Brian Funes and Jeremy Vasquez for the 2018 season. Funes will return for his third season with the Bears and eighth in the AIHL having previously played for the Ice Dogs from 2011 to 2015. Vasquez returns for his third season with the club. For more information see the announcement from the club

2016 Tange National Championship

The 2016 Tange National Championship has finished with New South Wales defeating the Australian Capital Territory 4-1 in the gold medal game. The Tange tournament is open to players 18 and under and is 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 the Cockburn Ice Arena and the tournament ran from 6 July to 8 July. The ACT’s Jordon Brunt finished as the leading scorer with 13 points and Dale Tilsted of New South Wales finished as the leading goaltender with a save percentage of 0.941.

For more information see the tournament website

Preliminary round:
– Game 1: Victoria 3 – 0 South Australia (14:30, 6 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 2: New South Wales 5 – 2 Queensland (16:15, 6 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 3: Western Australia 4 – 3 SO Australian Capital Territory (18:15, 6 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 4: South Australia 0 – 5 New South Wales (07:30, 7 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 5: Australian Capital Territory 3 – 1 Victoria (09:15, 7 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 6: Queensland 1 – 4 Western Australia (11:00, 7 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 7: Victoria 2 – 0 New South Wales (15:30, 7 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 8: Queensland 2 – 5 Australian Capital Territory (17:15, 7 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 9: South Australia 1 – 2 Western Australia (19:00, 7 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 10: Australian Capital Territory 0 – 4 New South Wales (07:30, 8 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 11: Western Australia 3 – 4 SO Victoria (09:15, 8 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 12: South Australia 2 – 4 Queensland (11:00, 8 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 13: New South Wales 5 – 0 Western Australia (15:30, 8 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 14: Queensland 0 – 5 Victoria (17:15, 8 July 2016). Game Card
– Game 15: Australian Capital Territory 1 – 0 South Australia (19:00, 8 July 2016). Game Card

Standings after Game 15:

Team GP W SOW SOL L PTS
New South Wales 5 4 0 0 1 12
Victoria 5 3 1 0 1 11
Australian Capital Territory 5 3 0 1 1 10
Western Australia 5 2 1 1 1 9
Queensland 5 1 0 0 4 3
South Australia 5 0 0 0 5 0

Playoff round:
– Semifinal 1: Western Australia 0 – 4 New South Wales (08:30, 9 July 2016). Game Card
– Semifinal 2: Australian Capital Territory 3 – 1 Victoria (10:15, 9 July 2016). Game Card
– 5th/6th placement: South Australia 1 – 3 Queensland (14:30, 9 July 2016). Game Card
– Bronze Medal: Victoria 4 – 1 Western Australia (16:15, 9 July 2016). Game Card
– Gold Medal: Australian Capital Territory 1 – 4 New South Wales (18:00, 9 July 2016). Game Card

Final standings:
– 1st: New South Wales
– 2nd: Australian Capital Territory
– 3rd: Victoria
– 4th: Western Australia
– 5th: Queensland
– 6th: South Australia