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2011 AIHL season
League Australian Ice Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration 14 April – 4 September 2011
Regular season
Season champions Melbourne Ice
Season MVP Jason Baclig (Melbourne)
Top scorer Addison DeBoer (Canberra)
Goodall Cup
Goodall Cup champions Melbourne Ice
  Runners-up Newcastle North Stars

The 2011 AIHL season is the 12th season of the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL). It ran from 14 April 2011 until 28 August 2011, with the Goodall Cup finals following on 3 and 4 September. The Melbourne Ice won the H Newman Ried trophy after finishing first in the regular season standings with 65 points. The Ice also won the Goodall Cup final series after defeating the Newcastle North Stars in the final.

League businessEdit

During the off-season the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL) announced two new teams would be joining the league. The Mustangs IHC were announced to become the eighth team in the AIHL starting in the 2011 season.[1] The Mustangs are based at Docklands, Victoria, the home of the Melbourne Ice. The ninth team, Perth Thunder, were accepted into the league as a provisional member. The Thunder will play exhibition games against other AIHL teams during the 2011 season in order to gain the vote to be accepted for the 2012 season.[1] At the Annual General Meeting it was proposed to increase the length of the games periods from 15 minutes to 20 minutes to be inline with International Ice Hockey Federation rules however the proposal was unsuccessful due to reasons such as costs to the teams and the ability to fill the four lines with AIHL-level players.[2]

On 10 July the game between the Gold Coast Blue Tongues and the Sydney Ice Dogs was cancelled due to an unsafe surface at the Blue Tongues home venue, Bundall Iceland.[3] The AIHL deemed that the Blue Tongues have forfeited the game against the Ice Dogs 5–0, with the Ice Dogs being awarded the full three points.[4][5]

From 20–21 August the Australia men's national ice hockey team will field a team at the 2011 New Zealand Winter Games so only two games will be held for that weekend.[6][7]

Player transfersEdit

Date Player New team Previous team Ref
02011-01-18 Flag of the United Kingdom Phillips, DavidDavid Phillips Adelaide Adrenaline Toledo Walleye [8]
02011-01-19 Flag of the United Kingdom Phillips, KevinKevin Phillips Adelaide Adrenaline Braehead Clan [8]
02011-02-10 Flag of Canada Dulle, KurtisKurtis Dulle Sydney Bears Hull Stingrays [8]
02011-02-24 Flag of the United States Sean Scarbrough Adelaide Adrenaline Canberra Knights [8]
02011-03-03 Flag of Canada Jordan Hale Sydney Bears Camrose Kodiaks [8]
02011-03-14 Flag of the United States Perreault, JacquesJacques Perreault Melbourne Ice Quad City Mallards [8]
02011-03-17 Flag of the Czech Republic Josef Rezek Adelaide Adrenaline HC Milevsko [8]
02011-03-23 Flag of Sweden Bob Sannemo Gold Coast Blue Tongues Östersund Hockey [8]
02011-03-23 Flag of Sweden Tobias Falk Gold Coast Blue Tongues Östersund Hockey [8]
02011-03-23 Flag of the United States Cartwright, PeterPeter Cartwright Newcastle North Stars Dundee Stars [8]
02011-04-04 Flag of Canada Brook Robson Sydney Ice Dogs Peter North Stars [8]
02011-04-08 Flag of the United States Aduba, ObiObi Aduba Melbourne Ice Quad City Mallards [8]
02011-04-11 Flag of the Netherlands Demelinne, TonyTony Demelinne Sydney Bears HYS The Hague [8]
02011-04-14 Flag of Canada Chwedoruk, JustinJustin Chwedoruk Newcastle North Stars Rødovre Mighty Bulls [8]
02011-04-14 Flag of the United States Thauwald, ScottScott Thauwald Newcastle North Stars Nijmegen Devils [8]
02011-04-20 Flag of Canada Sawyer, JustinJustin Sawyer Gold Coast Blue Tongues Odessa Jackalopes [8]
02011-04-20 Flag of Canada Sheldon Baerg Sydney Bears Concordia Stingers [8]
02011-04-22 Flag of the United States Ricky Helmbrecht Sydney Ice Dogs Wasquehal Lions [8]
02011-04-22 Flag of Canada Mitch Bye Sydney Ice Dogs Marian University [8]
02011-06-07 Flag of the United Kingdom Geoff O'Hara Sydney Bears Bristol Pitbulls [8]
02011-06-24 Flag of the United States Anthony Ciraulo Canberra Knights Bloomington PrairieThunder [8]
02011-06-28 Flag of Canada Jason Lindner Canberra Knights Indiana Blizzard [8]
Flag of the United States Addison DeBoer Canberra Knights Laredo Bucks [9]

Exhibition gamesEdit

During the season three teams competed against the AIHL's provisional member, Perth Thunder, in order for the Thunder to gain entry into the league for the following season.[1] In May the Thunder travelled to Adelaide to compete in two games against the Adelaide Adrenaline. They drew the first game 2–2 and won the second 3–0.[10] In June the Melbourne Ice travelled to Perth to compete in two games against the Thunder at the Cockburn Ice Arena. The Ice won the first game 4–3 and lost the second game 3–6 after letting in six goals to none in the final period.[11][12] In September the Newcastle North Stars traveled to Perth to play the Thunder in a two game series.[13] The Thunder won both the first and second game 4–2.[14]

Regular seasonEdit

The Melbourne Ice won the H Newman Reid Trophy after finishing first in the regular season standings with 65 points. Last years winners, the Newcastle North Stars finished second with 59 points.[15] Jason Baclig of the Melbourne Ice was named the 2011 AIHL MVP edging out the Gold Coast Blue Tongues' Matt Amado and Sydney Ice Dogs' Matt Monaghan.

AprilEdit

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
1 14 April 20:00 Melbourne Ice 8 – 4 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [1]
2 16 April 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 7 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 800 [2]
3 16 April 19:30 Mustangs IHC 6 – 2 Sydney Bears Penrith [3]
4 17 April 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 2 (SO) Sydney Bears Penrith [4]
5 17 April 17:00 Mustangs IHC 6 – 7 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 700 [5]
6 23 April 17:30 Newcastle North Stars 7 – 3 Canberra Knights Canberra [6]
7 23 April 17:45 Sydney Ice Dogs 2 – 6 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [7]
8 24 April 16:15 Sydney Ice Dogs 6 – 3 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [8]
9 28 April 20:00 Sydney Bears 2 – 4 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 600 [9]
10 30 April 16:00 Newcastle North Stars 6 – 2 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [10]
11 30 April 17:30 Melbourne Ice 6 – 5 Canberra Knights Canberra [11]
12 30 April 17:45 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 5 Mustangs IHC Melbourne 250 [12]

MayEdit

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
13 1 May 16:00 Newcastle North Stars 7 – 6 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast 150 [13]
14 1 May 16:15 Adelaide Adrenaline 2 – 5 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [14]
15 1 May 17:00 Melbourne Ice 3 – 2 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [15]
16 7 May 16:30 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 4 – 5 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [16]
17 7 May 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 6 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [17]
18 7 May 17:30 Sydney Bears 3 – 5 Canberra Knights Canberra [18]
19 7 May 17:45 Mustangs IHC 5 – 4 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne [19]
20 8 May 16:30 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 3 – 5 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [20]
21 8 May 17:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 9 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [21]
22 8 May 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 6 – 2 Sydney Bears Penrith [22]
23 14 May 16:00 Canberra Knights 3 – 6 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [23]
24 14 May 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 4 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 850 [24]
25 14 May 17:45 Sydney Bears 3 – 4 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne [25]
26 15 May 16:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 8 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [26]
27 15 May 16:15 Sydney Bears 5 – 3 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [27]
28 15 May 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 2 – 4 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [28]
29 21 May 17:00 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 3 – 8 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [29]
30 21 May 17:30 Sydney Bears 5 – 10 Canberra Knights Canberra [30]
31 21 May 17:45 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 5 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne [31]
32 22 May 16:15 Newcastle North Stars 2 – 5 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [32]
33 22 May 17:00 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 6 – 3 Sydney Bears Penrith [33]
34 28 May 16:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 0 – 2 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [34]
35 28 May 17:00 Melbourne Ice 4 – 5 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [35]
36 28 May 17:45 Canberra Knights 5 – 4 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [36]
37 29 May 16:15 Sydney Ice Dogs 3 – 9 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [37]
38 29 May 16:30 Canberra Knights 2 – 7 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [38]
39 29 May 17:00 Melbourne Ice 8 – 1 Sydney Bears Penrith [39]

JuneEdit

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
40 2 June 20:00 Mustangs IHC 1 – 5 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [40]
41 4 June 16:00 Mustangs IHC 5 – 8 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [41]
42 4 June 17:00 Sydney Bears 5 – 4 (SO) Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 800 [42]
43 4 June 17:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 8 – 4 Canberra Knights Canberra [43]
44 4 June 17:45 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 2 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne [44]
45 5 June 16:00 Mustangs IHC 4 – 6 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [45]
46 5 June 16:15 Adelaide Adrenaline 2 – 4 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [46]
47 5 June 17:00 Canberra Knights 6 – 8 Sydney Bears Penrith [47]
48 11 June 17:30 Mustangs IHC 5 – 2 Canberra Knights Canberra [48]
49 12 June 17:00 Canberra Knights 3 – 9 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [49]
50 12 June 17:00 Mustangs IHC 1 – 8 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [50]
51 18 June 16:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 5 – 0 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [51]
52 18 June 17:00 Mustangs IHC 4 – 9 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 900 [52]
53 18 June 17:30 Melbourne Ice 7 – 4 Canberra Knights Canberra [53]
54 19 June 16:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 4 – 3 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [54]
55 19 June 17:00 Melbourne Ice 7 – 3 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [55]
56 19 June 17:00 Mustangs IHC 3 – 4 (SO) Sydney Bears Penrith [56]
57 25 June 16:30 Sydney Bears 3 – 6 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [57]
58 25 June 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 7 – 4 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [58]
59 25 June 17:30 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 10 – 3 Canberra Knights Canberra [59]
60 25 June 17:45 Melbourne Ice 7 – 3 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [60]
61 26 June 16:45 Sydney Bears 2 – 3 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [61]
62 26 June 17:30 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 5 – 7 Canberra Knights Canberra [62]

JulyEdit

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
63 2 July 16:30 Melbourne Ice 5 – 6 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [63]
64 2 July 17:00 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 0 – 5 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [64]
65 2 July 17:30 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 14 Canberra Knights Canberra [65]
66 3 July 16:30 Melbourne Ice 2 – 3 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [66]
67 3 July 17:00 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 7 – 5 Sydney Bears Penrith [67]
68 9 July 16:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 1 – 7 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [68]
69 9 July 16:30 Mustangs IHC 3 – 5 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [69]
70 9 July 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 2 Sydney Bears Penrith [70]
71 9 July 17:45 Canberra Knights 2 – 8 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [71]
72 10 July 16:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 0[I] Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast
73 10 July 16:45 Canberra Knights 5 – 8 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [72]
74 10 July 16:30 Mustangs IHC 4 – 3 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [73]
75 16 July 17:00 Melbourne Ice 4 – 3 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [74]
76 16 July 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 6 – 4 Sydney Bears Penrith [75]
77 16 July 17:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 4 – 6 Canberra Knights Canberra [76]
78 17 July 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 1 – 3 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [77]
79 17 July 17:00 Melbourne Ice 8 – 4 Sydney Bears Penrith [78]
80 23 July 16:00 Sydney Bears 4 – 5 (SO) Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [79]
81 23 July 16:30 Newcastle North Stars 5 – 3 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [80]
82 23 July 17:30 Mustangs IHC 2 – 8 Canberra Knights Canberra [81]
83 24 July 16:00 Sydney Bears 2 – 5 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [82]
84 24 July 16:15 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 6 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [83]
85 24 July 17:00 Mustangs IHC 1 – 3 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [84]
86 30 July 17:00 Canberra Knights 0 – 4 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [85]
87 30 July 17:00 Sydney Bears 2 – 5 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [86]
88 30 July 17:45 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 2 – 3 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne [87]
89 31 July 16:15 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 6 – 4 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [88]
90 31 July 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 4 – 3 (SO) Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [89]
91 31 July 17:00 Canberra Knights 3 – 2 Sydney Bears Penrith [90]

^  I Game was forfeited due to poor ice conditions.[5]

AugustEdit

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
92 6 August 16:00 Melbourne Ice 3 – 5 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [91]
93 6 August 16:30 Sydney Bears 1 – 10 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [92]
94 6 August 17:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 6 – 4 Canberra Knights Canberra [93]
95 6 August 17:45 Newcastle North Stars 3 – 2 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [94]
96 7 August 16:00 Melbourne Ice 5 – 3 Gold Coast Blue Tongues Gold Coast [95]
97 7 August 16:15 Sydney Bears 2 – 3 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [96]
98 7 August 16:30 Newcastle North Stars 3 – 2 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [97]
99 13 August 17:00 Sydney Bears 0 – 7 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [98]
100 13 August 17:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 7 – 4 Canberra Knights Canberra [99]
101 13 August 17:45 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 1 – 6 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [100]
102 14 August 16:15 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 4 – 2 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [101]
103 14 August 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 1 – 3 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [102]
104 14 August 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 7 – 3 Sydney Bears Penrith [103]
105 20 August 17:00 Canberra Knights 2 – 3 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool [104]
106 21 August 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 4 – 2 Sydney Bears Penrith [105]
107 27 August 16:30 Canberra Knights 5 – 7 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [106]
108 27 August 17:00 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 4 – 2 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [107]
109 27 August 17:45 Sydney Ice Dogs 6 – 5 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne [108]
110 28 August 16:15 Canberra Knights 2 – 5 Mustangs IHC Melbourne [109]
111 28 August 16:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 2 – 4 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide [110]
112 28 August 17:00 Gold Coast Blue Tongues 1 – 2 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [111]

StandingsEdit

Qualified for the playoffs
Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA GDF PCT PTS
Melbourne Ice 28 18 3 5 2 146 93 +53 0.774 65
Newcastle North Stars 28 18 1 3 6 132 106 +26 0.702 59
Sydney Ice Dogs 28 17 2 0 9 124 90 +34 0.655 55
Adelaide Adrenaline 28 12 5 2 9 117 94 +23 0.571 48
Gold Coast Blue Tongues 28 13 1 2 12 120 115 +5 0.512 43
Mustangs IHC 28 8 2 1 17 107 132 –23 0.345 29
Canberra Knights 28 8 0 0 20 119 167 –48 0.286 24
Sydney Bears 28 2 2 3 21 83 151 –68 0.155 13
Source

PlayoffsEdit

The 2011 playoffs started on 3 September 2011, with the Goodall Cup final being held on 4 September 2011. Following the end of the regular season the top four teams advance to the playoff series. Melbourne Ice who finished first in the standings was drawn against the Adelaide Adrenaline who finished fourth, while the other semi-final was played between the second and third ranked teams Newcastle North Stars and Sydney Ice Dogs. The series was a single game elimination with the two winning semi-finalists advancing to the Goodall Cup final. All three games were held at the National Ice Sports Centre (Icehouse) in Melbourne, Victoria. [14] The Melbourne Ice won the Goodall Cup for a second year in a row after defeating the Newcastle North Stars in the final. Joseph Hughes of the Melbourne Ice was named the finals MVP.[16]

  Semifinals Final
                 
1 Melbourne Ice 8  
4 Adelaide Adrenaline 3  
      Melbourne Ice 3
    Newcastle North Stars 2
2 Newcastle North Stars 5
3 Sydney Ice Dogs 2  
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All times are UTC+10:00

Sem-finalsEdit

3 September 2010
16:00
Melbourne Ice 8 – 3
(3–2, 3–0, 2–1)
Adelaide Adrenaline Icehouse, Melbourne
Attendance: 1250
3 September 2010
19:30
Newcastle North Stars 5 – 2
(1–0, 2–1, 2–1)
Sydney Ice Dogs Icehouse, Melbourne
Attendance: 958

FinalEdit

4 September 2010
16:00
Melbourne Ice 3 – 2
(1–1, 1–0, 1–1)
Newcastle North Stars Icehouse, Melbourne
Attendance: 1400

StatisticsEdit

Scoring leadersEdit

List shows the ten top skaters sorted by points, then goals.[17]

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM POS
Addison DeBoer Canberra Knights 28 32 53 85 50 F
Brit Ouellette Canberra Knights 26 32 45 77 62 F
Cartwright, PeterPeter Cartwright Newcastle North Stars 28 36 39 75 24 F
Amado, MattMatt Amado Gold Coast Blue Tongues 27 42 27 69 67 F
Jason Baclig Melbourne Ice 28 36 32 68 20 F
Brian Bales Newcastle North Stars 28 34 31 65 26 F
Tobias Falk Gold Coast Blue Tongues 28 29 36 65 26 F
Chwedoruk, JustinJustin Chwedoruk Newcastle North Stars 28 28 29 57 72 F
Hughes, JosephJoseph Hughes Melbourne Ice 28 25 31 56 121 F
Mike McRae Gold Coast Blue Tongues 24 19 34 53 87 F

Leading goaltendersEdit

Only the top five goaltenders, based on save percentage with a minimum of ten games played.[18]

Player Team MIP SOG GA GAA SVS% SO
Luke Fiveash Gold Coast Blue Tongues 540 343 38 3.17 88.9 0
Ezzy, MatthewMatthew Ezzy Newcastle North Stars 1221 800 92 3.39 88.5 1
Olivier Martin Adelaide Adrenaline 1159 671 82 3.18 87.8 2
Chris J. Anderson Gold Coast Blue Tongues 450 340 47 4.70 86.2 0
Sheldon Baerg Sydney Bears 950 755 109 5.16 85.6 0

Team PhotosEdit

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