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The Newcastle North Stars won their second Goodall Cup by defeating the Adelaide Avalanche in the championship game. The Brisbane Blue Tongues and Central Coast Rhinos made their AIHL debut in this season.
Regular season standingsEdit
|2||Newcastle North Stars||14||5||2||1||4||121||80||50|
|3||Western Sydney Ice Dogs||11||10||1||2||2||105||110||40|
|7||Brisbane Blue Tongues||8||13||1||4||0||104||104||33|
|8||Central Coast Rhinos||4||17||1||2||2||67||148||19|
- Adelaide 6 def. Sydney 3
- Newcastle 5 def. Western Sydney 2
- Newcastle 3 def. Adelaide 1
2004 AIHL season
|AIHL seasons|| Succeeded by|
2006 AIHL season
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