– The Adrenaline have announced that former player Joshua Harding will have his #22 jersey retired and hung in the Adelaide Ice Arena on 22 July during their game against the Perth Thunder. For more information see the announcement from the club
AIHL All-Star Weekend
– Former Adelaide Adrenaline players Joshua Harding and David Huxley have been added to the rosters for the upcoming 2018 AIHL All-Star Weekend. Both players will join the 28 players previously announced with Harding on Team Rezek and Huxley on Team Boyle. Harding last played for the Adrenaline in 2016 and finished his AIHL career with 186 points from 258 games. Huxley retired from the AIHL during the off-season and finished his career with 96 points from 267 games.
– The Adrenaline have announced the signing of defenceman Josh Harding and is expected to lineup for the club in this weekends double header against the Newcastle North Stars. Harding retired from the AIHL at the end of the 2015 season after playing five seasons for the Adelaide Avalanche and eight for the Adrenaline. Sunday’s game will also mark Harding’s 250th regular season game, becoming only the ninth player to reach that mark.
- The Adrenaline have announced the signing of Kory Helowka for the remainder of the 2015 season. Helowka has spent the 2014-15 season playing for Osby IK in the Swedish Division 2 and has previously played in the Southern Professional Hockey League, Federal Hockey League, French Division 1 and Ontario Hockey League.
- Joshua Harding is expected to make his first start for the club this season in Sundays game against the Melbourne Mustangs.
The Australian Men’s team have lost their final game of the 2014 IIHF World Championship Division II Group A tournament, losing to Serbia 0-1. Joshua Harding was named best Australian player of the game and Anthony Kimlin/a> was named best Australian player of the tournament. Kimlin also finished with the best save percentage among the goalkeepers with 0.9275 however missed out on the Best Goalkeeper Award. Following their loss the team dropped to fourth in the standings and were ten points behind Estonia who gained promotion to Division I Group B for 2015. In other games of the day Estonia beat Belgium 6-1 and Iceland defeated Israel 4-3 after a shootout.
- Australia 0 – 1 Serbia (20:00, 15 April 2014, Ice Rink Pionir, Belgrade). Game Card
For more information see the IIHF website.