Qudos Bank Arena

Ice Hockey Classic to return in 2018

TLA Worldwide and TEG Live have announced the return of the Ice Hockey Classic series for 2018. The series has increased to three games for 2018 with Brisbane and Adelaide being added, while Melbourne is dropped from the schedule. The organisers have yet to announce whether they will be holding their Ice Hockey Night events at any local ice hockey arenas in 2018. Team Canada have won the previous three additions, most recently defeating the United States in overtime to take the 2017 series 3-2.

For more information see the official Facebook page and for tickets see Ticketek.

Schedule
– 30 June 2018: Qudos Bank Arena, Sydney
– 5 July 2018: Adelaide Entertainment Centre, Adelaide
– 7 July 2018: Brisbane Entertainment Centre, Brisbane

Canada defeat USA in Sydney

Team Canada have defeated Team USA 8-5 at the Qudos Bank Arena. Canada now have two wins in the 2017 Ice Hockey Classic series after previously defeating the USA 7-5 in Newcastle. The series now moves to Melbourne for a showcase exhibition event on 22 June at the O’Brien Group Arena and then the main game on 24 June at Hisense Arena.

Ice Hockey Classic to return in 2017

TLA Worldwide and TEG Live have announced the return of the Ice Hockey Classic series for 2017. The series however has been reduced to only two games with Adelaide, Brisbane and Perth being dropped from the schedule. The Melbourne game has been moved to the smaller Hisense Arena after being held at Rod Laver Arena for the past two years, while the Sydney game remains at Qudos Bank Arena (previously known as Allphones Arena). Team Canada has won the previous two additions, defeating the United States 3-1 in 2015 and 3-2 in 2016.

For more information see the official Facebook page and for tickets see Ticketek.

Schedule:
– 17 June 2017: Qudos Bank Arena, Syndey
– 24 June 2017: Hisense Arena, Melbourne

Team Canada win Game 4 to claim second Ice Hockey Classic title

Team Canada have won Game Four of The Wayne Gretzky 2016 Ice Hockey Classic defeating Team USA 4-3 following a shootout. Team Canada win the series, with one game to play, and claim the Ice Hockey Classic Cup for the second year in a row. The Ice Hockey Classic resumes next week in Brisbane for the final match at the series.

Tonight’s roster for Team Canada also featured the CBR Brave’s Alex Tetreault who was selected as the backup goaltender for Ben Scrivens.

For more information see the tournament website or see their Facebook page

Schedule:
– Game 1: Team Canada 8 – 2 Team USA (17 June 2016, Rod Laver Arena)
– Game 2: Team Canada 6 – 5 SO Team USA (18 June 2016, Perth Arena)
– Game 3: Team Canada 2 – 4 Team USA (24 June 2016, Adelaide Entertainment Centre)
– Game 4: Team Canada 4 – 3 SO Team USA (25 June 2016, Qudos Bank Arena)
– Game 5: Team Canada – Team USA (2 July 2016, Brisbane Entertainment Centre)