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The 2009 AIHL season is the 10th season of the Australian Ice Hockey League, the 8th in which the Goodall Cup will be awarded to the league champions. The season opens on April 25, 2009 with games in Liverpool and Canberra. Newcastle North Stars won the V.I.P. Cup after finishing atop the ladder in the regular season.

League businessEdit

The 2009 season will be reduced to seven teams after the Central Coast Rhinos dropped out due to changes made in the licensing model[1]. Two teams were renamed for the start of the season, Western Sydney Ice Dogs, dropped the Western part of the title to become the Sydney Ice Dogs[2] and the Adelaide A's have been renamed for the start of the season, playing under the new name of Adelaide Adrenaline[1].The Sydney Ice Dogs have also been forced to relocate to Liverpool's Catholic Club’s ice rink after their former home at Baulkham Hills rink withdrew from the league.

On the 25-26 of July there is a weeks break for the Junior Men’s national tournament, known as the Brown Tournament.

Regular seasonEdit

AIHL
2009 AIHL game log
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
1Sydney6—1Gold CoastLiverpoolSaturday, April 25 [1]
2Canberra5—2BearsCanberraSaturday, April 25[2]
3Newcastle5—3SydneyNewcastleSunday, April 26[3]
4Bears0—7Gold CoastPenrithSunday, April 26[4]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
5Melbourne Ice3—4NewcastleMelbourneSaturday, May 2[5]
6Bears1—5SydneyPenrithSaturday, May 2[6]
7Adelaide7—3NewcastleAdelaideSunday, May 3[7]
8Sydney2—3 SOCanberraLiverpoolSunday, May 3[8]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
9Canberra1—5MelbourneCanberraSaturday, May 9[9]
11Newcastle5—1Gold CoastNewcastleSaturday, May 9[10]
12Sydney6—1BearsLiverpoolSaturday, May 9[11]
13Newcastle8—5Gold CoastNewcastleSunday, May 10[12]
14Bears4—3 SOMelbournePenrithSunday, May 10[13]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
39Gold Coast2—3 SONewcastleGold CoastSaturday, May 16[14]
16Adelaide8—1CanberraAdelaideSaturday, May 16[15]
42Gold Coast4—5 SONewcastleGold CoastSunday, May 17[16]
18Melbourne5—2CanberraMelbourneSunday, May 17[17]
41Bears1—5SydneyPenrithSunday, May 17[18]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
20Gold Coast8—4BearsGold CoastSaturday, May 23[19]
21Canberra5—8NewcastleCanberraSaturday, May 23[20]
22Melbourne2—5AdelaideMelbourneSaturday, May 23[21]
23Gold Coast9—5BearsGold CoastSunday, May 24[22]
24Melbourne2—4AdelaideMelbourneSunday, May 24[23]
25Sydney1—3CanberraLiverpoolSunday, May 24[24]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
26Canberra2—5NewcastleCanberraSaturday, May 30[25]
27Melbourne4—5 SOSydneyMelbourneSaturday, May 30[26]
28Adelaide8—3SydneyAdelaideSunday, May 31[27]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
30Gold Coast4—2AdelaideGold CoastSaturday, June 6[28]
31Newcastle7—3BearsNewcastleSaturday, June 6[29]
10Canberra2—5MelbourneCanberraSaturday, June 6[30]
33Gold Coast5—2AdelaideGold CoastSunday, June 7[31]
34Bears3—5MelbournePenrithSunday, June 7[32]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
35Adelaide4—2BearsAdelaideSaturday, June 13[33]
36Canberra6—3SydneyCanberraSaturday, June 13[34]
37Melbourne6—0BearsMelbourneSunday, June 14[35]
38Sydney4—6NewcastleLiverpoolSunday, June 14[36]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
15Gold Coast9—2SydneyGold CoastSaturday, June 20[37]
40Adelaide5—1CanberraAdelaideSaturday, June 20[38]
19Bears2—6NewcastlePenrithSaturday, June 20[39]
17Gold Coast8—4SydneyGold CoastSunday, June 21[40]
43Melbourne8—3CanberraMelbourneSunday, June 21[41]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
44Adelaide5—2MelbourneAdelaideSaturday, June 27[42]
45Newcastle9—4CanberraNewcastleSaturday, June 27[43]
46Sydney4—1Gold CoastLiverpoolSaturday, June 27[44]
47Adelaide1—4MelbourneAdelaideSunday, June 28[45]
48Bears3—2 SOGold CoastPenrithSunday, June 28[46]
49Newcastle3—2SydneyNewcastleSunday, June 28[47]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
50Newcastle3—4AdelaideNewcastleSaturday, July 4[48]
51Canberra1—4SydneyCanberraSaturday, July 4[49]
52Melbourne3—4 SOGold CoastMelbourneSaturday, July 4[50]
53Melbourne5—4Gold CoastMelbourneSunday, July 5[51]
54Sydney5—3AdelaideLiverpoolSunday, July 5[52]
29Bears2—7NewcastlePenrithSunday, July 5[53]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
55Melbourne2—5NewcastleMelbourneSaturday, July 11[54]
56Canberra1—5Gold CoastCanberraSaturday, July 11[55]
57Sydney5—3BearsLiverpoolSaturday, July 11[56]
58Adelaide5—7NewcastleAdelaideSunday, July 12[57]
59Canberra1—3Gold CoastCanberraSunday, July 12[58]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
60Adelaide9—3Gold CoastAdelaideSaturday, July 18[59]
61 & 62Newcastle3—7MelbourneNewcastleSaturday, July 18[60]
63Adelaide2—4Gold CoastAdelaideSunday, July 19[61]
64Bears5—4 SOCanberraPenrithSunday, July 19[62]
65 & 32Sydney3—5MelbourneLiverpoolSunday, July 19[63]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
66Gold Coast3—6CanberraGold CoastSaturday, August 1
67Adelaide7—3BearsAdelaideSaturday, August 1[64]
68Gold Coast5—1CanberraGold CoastSunday, August 2[65]
69Melbourne10—3BearsMelbourneSunday, August 2[66]
70Sydney3—2NewcastleLiverpoolSunday, August 2[67]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
71Newcastle5—3AdelaideNewcastleSaturday, August 8[68]
72Canberra6—4BearsCanberraSaturday, August 8[69]
73 & 74Bears3—7AdelaidePenrithSunday, August 9[70]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
75Gold Coast5—2MelbourneGold CoastSaturday, August 15[71]
76 & 77Canberra1—6AdelaideCanberraSaturday, August 15[72]
84Newcastle5—3BearsNewcastleSunday, August 23[73]
78Gold Coast4—9MelbourneGold CoastSunday, August 16[74]
79Sydney5—6 OTAdelaideLiverpoolSunday, August 16[75]
80Newcastle5—2CanberraNewcastleSunday, August 16[76]
Game No.Home teamScoreAway teamLocationDateReport
81Adelaide1-3SydneyAdelaideSaturday, August 22[77]
82Bears6-4CanberraPenrithSaturday, August 22[78]
83Melbourne4-1SydneyMelbourneSunday, August 23[79]

Note: "SO" indicates that a game was won through a shootout. Games schedule sourced from the AIHL[3].

StandingsEdit

Note: GP = Games played, W = Wins, L = Losses, T = Ties, OTW = Overtime Wins, OTL = Overtime Losses, GF = Goals for, GA = Goals against, PTS = Points

Qualified for the playoffs
AIHL
2009 AIHL standings
Rk Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA DIF PTS
1 Newcastle North Stars 24 17 2 0 5 122 85 +37 55
2 Melbourne Ice 24 15 0 3 6 113 77 +36 48
3 Adelaide Adrenaline 24 15 1 0 8 117 75 +42 47
4 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 24 13 1 3 7 108 86 +22 44
5 Sydney Ice Dogs 24 10 1 2 11 87 90 -3 34
6 Canberra Knights 24 4 1 1 18 60 120 -60 15
7 The Bears 24 1 3 0 20 66 140 -74 9

PlayoffsEdit

The playoffs began on August 29, with the final to be held on August 30[3]. They will be held at the Hunter Ice Skating Stadium in Warners Bay, New South Wales[4].

  Semifinals Final
                 
1 Melbourne Ice 1  
4 Adelaide Adrenaline 6  
      Adelaide Adrenaline 3 OT
    Newcastle North Stars 2
2 Newcastle North Stars 5
3 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 3  
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Team PhotosEdit


ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 AIHL releases 2009 schedule. AIHL. Retrieved on 2009-01-22.
  2. Same teams new identity. AIHL. Retrieved on 2009-04-27.
  3. 3.0 3.1 2009AIHL. AIHL. Archived from the original on 2011-07-06. Retrieved on 2009-01-22.
  4. Australian Ice Hockey League: VIP 2009 AIHL Finals. Australian Ice Hockey League. Retrieved on 2009-08-17.

External linksEdit

Preceded by
2008 AIHL season
AIHL seasons Succeeded by
2010 AIHL season
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