2013 AIHL season

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2013 AIHL season
League Australian Ice Hockey League
Sport Ice hockey
Duration 20 April 2013 – 8 September 2013
Regular season
H Newman Reid Trophy Sydney Ice Dogs
Season MVP Jeff Martens (Ice Dogs)
Top scorer Jeff Martens
Goodall Cup
Champions Sydney Ice Dogs
  Runners-up Newcastle North Stars
Goodall Cup MVP Anthony Kimlin (Ice Dogs)
AIHL seasons
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The 2013 AIHL season is the 14th season of the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL). It will run from 20 April 2013 until 1 September 2013, with the Goodall Cup finals following on the 7th and 8 September. The Sydney Ice Dogs won both the H Newman Ried Trophy for finishing first in the regular season, and the Goodall Cup after defeating the Newcastle North Stars in the final.

League business[edit]

In October 2012 it was announced that the 2013 season would be played with eight teams as the Gold Coast Blue Tongues license was suspended due to the team being unable to secure a home venue for 2013.[1] The Blue Tongues where forced out of their arena during the 2012 season when the AIHL deemed it to not be up to specifications for the league forcing the team to temporarily relocate to Brisbane for the remainder of the season.[2] It was also announced that the suspension on the Sydney Ice Dogs had been lifted allowing the team to ice four imports again. The Ice Dogs were restricted to three for the 2012 season by the league due to breaches of the league's code of conduct.[2] Following the Annual General Meeting (AGM) it was announced that the third period of play has been increased from 15 minutes to 20 minutes, while the first two remain 15 minutes in length. The change was in response to fans calling for the league to align itself with international hockey which plays three 20 minute periods.[3] The Melbourne Mustangs revealed their new logo and jerseys for the start of the season featuring a redisigned mustang horse, holding an ice hockey stick.[4] The new jerseys include a white home jersey, a black away jersey and an orange third jersey which is being released as off-ice apparel only.[5] The Sydney Ice Dogs also revealed their new jerseys with an aqua green away jersey and a white home jersey. The change in colours was made as part of a deal with corporate naming sponsor Reach Crane Trucks and will be in place for three years, the duration of their deal with Reach Crane Trucks. Their previous colours of maroon, yellow, blue, black and white will remain as the team's corporate colours.[6]

On 17 February the AIHL announced that it had entered into a partnership with Fox Sports in which a game of the week will be aired on the network as part of a 60 minute program which also includes league and state federation news and AIHL highlights.[7] The Canberra Knights held an exhibition game on 23 March 2013 with the team competing against a team of former Knights' players for the Soldier On charity.[8] The Knights won the game 6–5.[9]

Personnel changes[edit]

Following the AGM the AIHL announced that Tyler Lovering had been re-elected to the commission as Assistant Commissioner until 2014. Ben Kiely and Alexandra Lata had both received a one year extension to their terms on the commission, with Lata being appointed Deputy Commissioner. The AIHL have also elected Robert Bannerman and Joshua Chye to the commission to serve as Commissioner and Assistant Commissioner respectively.[3][10] In December 2012 the Melbourne Mustangs announced that they had appointed Brad Vigon as head coach, replacing Steve Laforet who had been fired at the end of the 2012 season.[11][12] Following the end of the 2012 season the Melbourne Ice announced that both president Andy Lamrock and head coach Paul Watson had stepped down from their positions.[13] In November 2012 the Ice announced that former Ice Hockey Victoria president Emma Poynton as successor to Lamrock as the club's president.[14] In February 2013 the Ice appointed assistant coach Sandy Gardner to the head coach position.[15]

Player transfers[edit]

Regular season[edit]

The regular season started on 20 April 2013 and ran through to 1 September 2013 before the top four teams compete in the Goodall Cup playoff series.

The Sydney Ice Dogs won the H Newman Reid Trophy after finishing the regular season with the most points, 61. Newcastle North Stars' Jeff Martens won the Most Valuable Player award, after finishing as the league's top scorer with 67 points. Anthony Kimlin of the Sydney Ice Dogs was named the Australian Player of the Year and Best Goaltender, finishing with a save percentage 0.919.[44] The Sydney Bears' Cameron Todd won the award for Best Rookie and John Gordon of the Melbourne Ice was named Best Defenceman.[44]

April[edit]

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
1 20 April 17:45 Newcastle North Stars 6 – 2 Sydney Ice Dogs Baulkham Hills 500 [1]
2 20 April 17:00 Melbourne Ice 7 – 2 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 1300 [2]
3 20 April 17:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 2 – 3 Canberra Knights Canberra 750 [3]
4 21 April 15:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 9 – 2 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [4]
5 27 April 16:30 Melbourne Ice 5 – 2 Perth Thunder Perth [5]
6 27 April 17:30 Melbourne Mustangs 6 – 4 Canberra Knights Canberra 750 [6]
7 27 April 18:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 4 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [7]
8 28 April 16:30 Melbourne Ice 9 – 3 Perth Thunder Perth [8]
9 28 April 17:00 Melbourne Mustangs 4 – 5 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 300 [9]
10 28 April 17:00 Sydney Bears 1 – 2 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [10]

May[edit]

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
11 4 May 17:00 Perth Thunder 2 – 13 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [11]
12 4 May 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 3 – 4 (SO) Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 575 [12]
13 4 May 18:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 6 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [13]
14 5 May 15:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 4 – 3 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1100 [14]
15 5 May 15:30 Perth Thunder 5 – 2 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [15]
16 11 May 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 6 – 4 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1100 [16]
17 11 May 17:30 Melbourne Mustangs 5 – 1 Canberra Knights Canberra [17]
18 11 May 18:00 Newcastle North Stars 1 – 2 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [18]
19 12 May 15:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 9 Melbourne Ice Melbourne [19]
20 12 May 17:00 Canberra Knights 4 – 3 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [20]
21 12 May 17:00 Melbourne Mustangs 2 – 4 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 200 [21]
22 18 May 17:00 Perth Thunder 0 – 3 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 200 [22]
23 18 May 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 2 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 600 [23]
24 18 May 17:30 Sydney Bears 6 – 1 Canberra Knights Canberra [24]
25 19 May 15:30 Newcastle North Stars 2 – 0 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1000 [25]
26 19 May 15:30 Perth Thunder 4 – 3 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [26]
27 25 May 16:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 3 Perth Thunder Perth [27]
28 25 May 17:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 9 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 780 [28]
29 25 May 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 4 – 7 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [29]
30 26 May 15:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 2 – 6 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [30]
31 26 May 15:30 Canberra Knights 3 – 5 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 400 [31]
32 26 May 16:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 6 Perth Thunder Perth [32]

June[edit]

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
33 1 June 16:30 Sydney Bears 3 – 6 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 425 [33]
34 1 June 17:00 Perth Thunder 5 – 6 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 350 [34]
35 1 June 17:00 Melbourne Ice 3 – 4 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [35]
36 1 June 17:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 3 Canberra Knights Canberra [36]
37 2 June 15:30 Perth Thunder 9 – 3 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 290 [37]
38 2 June 16:30 Sydney Bears 4 – 2 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 390 [38]
39 2 June 17:00 Melbourne Ice 3 – 4 (SO) Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 300 [39]
40 6 June 20:00 Melbourne Mustangs 1 – 2 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1150 [40]
41 8 June 16:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 6 – 7 Perth Thunder Perth [41]
42 8 June 17:00 Sydney Bears 1 – 2 (SO) Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 300 [42]
43 8 June 17:30 Newcastle North Stars 9 – 1 Canberra Knights Canberra [43]
44 9 June 16:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 6 – 8 Perth Thunder Perth [44]
45 9 June 17:00 Sydney Bears 2 – 4 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [45]
46 9 June 17:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 6 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 250 [46]
47 15 June 16:30 Melbourne Mustangs 2 – 3 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 350 [47]
48 15 June 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 3 – 4 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 300 [48]
49 15 June 17:30 Melbourne Ice 12 – 1 Canberra Knights Canberra [49]
50 16 June 15:30 Melbourne Ice 4 – 3 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [50]
51 16 June 16:30 Melbourne Mustangs 6 – 5 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 362 [51]
52 16 June 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 0 – 1 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [52]
53 22 June 17:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 10 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 400 [53]
54 22 June 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 5 – 3 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 600 [54]
55 23 June 15:30 Canberra Knights 0 – 16 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1100 [55]
56 23 June 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 4 – 1 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 400 [56]
57 29 June 16:30 Canberra Knights 1 – 3 Perth Thunder Perth [57]
58 29 June 16:30 Newcastle North Stars 3 – 2 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 350 [58]
59 29 June 17:00 Sydney Bears 3 – 7 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1000 [59]
60 30 June 15:30 Sydney Bears 2 – 6 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 500 [60]
61 30 June 16:30 Canberra Knights 2 – 3 Perth Thunder Perth [61]
62 30 June 16:30 Newcastle North Stars 5 – 4 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 300 [62]

July[edit]

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
63 6 July 16:30 Melbourne Mustangs 2 – 5 Perth Thunder Perth [63]
64 6 July 17:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 5 – 4 (SO) Canberra Knights Canberra [64]
65 7 July 16:30 Melbourne Mustangs 4 – 2 Perth Thunder Perth [65]
66 7 July 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 3 – 6 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 250 [66]
67 13 July 16:30 Canberra Knights 0 – 6 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 378 [67]
68 13 July 17:00 Perth Thunder 5 – 6 (SO) Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [68]
69 13 July 17:00 Sydney Bears 2 – 5 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 400 [69]
70 14 July 15:30 Sydney Bears 3 – 7 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 900 [70]
71 14 July 16:30 Canberra Knights 2 – 8 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 342 [71]
72 14 July 17:00 Perth Thunder 6 – 4 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 350 [72]
73 20 July 16:30 Newcastle North Stars 2 – 6 Perth Thunder Perth [73]
74 20 July 17:00 Adelaide Adrenaline 5 – 4 (SO) Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 320 [74]
75 20 July 17:30 Melbourne Ice 4 – 2 Canberra Knights Canberra [75]
76 20 July 18:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 3 – 0 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills 400 [76]
77 21 July 15:30 Adelaide Adrenaline 6 – 7 (SO) Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 330 [77]
78 21 July 16:30 Newcastle North Stars 3 – 2 Perth Thunder Perth [78]
79 21 July 17:00 Melbourne Ice 3 – 6 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 300 [79]
80 27 July 16:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 6 – 4 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 213 [80]
81 27 July 17:00 Perth Thunder 3 – 5 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1100 [81]
82 27 July 17:00 Melbourne Mustangs 2 – 1 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [82]
83 28 July 15:30 Melbourne Mustangs 10 – 3 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills 180 [83]
84 28 July 15:30 Perth Thunder 6 – 5 (SO) Melbourne Ice Melbourne 900 [84]
85 28 July 16:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 1 – 5 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 216 [85]
86 28 July 17:00 Canberra Knights 5 – 9 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [86]

August & September[edit]

Game Date Time Away Score Home Location Attendance Recap
87 3 August 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 3 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle 800 [87]
88 3 August 17:00 Melbourne Mustangs 4 – 2 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1200 [88]
89 3 August 17:30 Sydney Bears 3 – 2 Canberra Knights Canberra [89]
90 4 August 15:30 Newcastle North Stars 7 – 1 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills 300 [90]
91 4 August 17:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 8 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 250 [91]
92 10 August 16:30 Perth Thunder 6 – 4 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 368 [92]
93 10 August 17:00 Melbourne Ice 4 – 8 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [93]
94 10 August 18:00 Canberra Knights 1 – 3 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills [94]
95 11 August 15:30 Melbourne Ice 5 – 2 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills 200 [95]
96 11 August 16:30 Perth Thunder 4 – 3 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 289 [96]
97 15 August 20:00 Melbourne Ice 4 – 3 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 1000 [97]
98 17 August 16:30 Sydney Bears 0 – 4 Perth Thunder Perth [98]
99 17 August 17:00 Sydney Ice Dogs 5 – 3 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 900 [99]
100 17 August 17:30 Newcastle North Stars 8 – 0 Canberra Knights Canberra [100]
101 18 August 15:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 3 – 1 Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 600 [101]
102 18 August 16:30 Sydney Bears 3 – 5 Perth Thunder Perth [102]
103 24 August 16:30 Melbourne Ice 6 – 5 (SO) Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 352 [103]
104 24 August 17:00 Sydney Bears 1 – 4 Sydney Ice Dogs Liverpool 400 [104]
105 24 August 17:00 Melbourne Mustangs 1 – 6 Newcastle North Stars Newcastle [105]
106 24 August 17:30 Perth Thunder 7 – 2 Canberra Knights Canberra [106]
107 25 August 15:30 Melbourne Mustangs 6 – 2 Sydney Bears Baulkham Hills 200 [107]
108 25 August 16:30 Melbourne Ice 5 – 2 Adelaide Adrenaline Adelaide 329 [108]
109 25 August 17:30 Perth Thunder 6 – 2 Canberra Knights Canberra [109]
110 31 August 17:00 Newcastle North Stars 5 – 1 Melbourne Ice Melbourne 1100 [110]
111 31 August 17:30 Sydney Ice Dogs 8 – 2 Canberra Knights Canberra [111]
112 1 September 15:30 Newcastle North Stars 4 – 5 (SO) Melbourne Mustangs Melbourne 800 [112]

Standings[edit]

Qualified for the playoffs
Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA GDF PTS
Sydney Ice Dogs 28 18 3 1 6 117 80 +37 61
Newcastle North Stars 28 17 3 1 7 132 75 +57 58
Perth Thunder 28 17 1 1 9 127 114 +13 54
Melbourne Ice 28 16 1 3 8 147 93 +54 53
Melbourne Mustangs 28 12 4 2 10 118 103 +15 46
Adelaide Adrenaline 28 8 3 5 12 125 124 +1 35
Sydney Bears 28 7 0 1 20 73 120 –47 22
Canberra Knights 28 2 0 1 25 51 181 –130 7

Source

Statistics[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

List shows the ten top skaters sorted by points, then goals.[45]

Player Team GP G A Pts PIM POS
Jeff Martens Newcastle North Stars 28 31 36 67 52 F
Jason Baclig Melbourne Ice 28 23 39 62 12 F
Pier-Olivier Cotnoir Newcastle North Stars 26 28 29 57 44 F
Simon Barg Sydney Ice Dogs 28 26 29 55 10 F
Matt Armstrong Melbourne Ice 24 26 28 54 50 F
Matt Puntereri Sydney Ice Dogs 27 28 24 52 12 F
Patrick O'Kane Melbourne Mustangs 28 30 21 51 26 F
Dominic Osman Newcastle North Stars 28 18 33 51 42 F
Bourke, JamieJamie Bourke Melbourne Mustangs 21 22 25 47 80 F
Forney, MichaelMichael Forney Perth Thunder 16 11 36 47 12 F

Leading goaltenders[edit]

Only the top five goaltenders, based on save percentage with a minimum 40% of the teams ice time.[46]

Player Team MIP SOG GA GAA SVS% SO
Kimlin, AnthonyAnthony Kimlin Sydney Ice Dogs 1222 744 60 2.46 0.919 2
Martin, OlivierOlivier Martin Newcastle North Stars 1206 694 59 2.45 0.915 3
Daniel Clarke Perth Thunder 646 435 41 3.17 0.906 1
Renars Kazanovs Sydney Bears 747 505 50 3.35 0.901 0
Jon Olthuis Melbourne Mustangs 1150 823 84 3.65 0.898 0

Goodall Cup playoffs[edit]

The 2013 playoffs will start on 7 September 2013, with the Goodall Cup final being held on 8 September. Following the end of the regular season the top four teams will advance to the playoff series. All three games will be held at the Medibank Icehouse in Docklands, Victoria, the home of the Melbourne Ice and Melbourne Mustangs. The series will be a single game elimination with the two winning semi-finalists advancing to the Goodall Cup final.[47]

Semifinals Final
           
1 Melbourne Ice 2
4 Sydney Ice Dogs 4
Sydney Ice Dogs 6
Newcastle North Stars 3
3 Perth Thunder 1
2 Newcastle North Stars 6

Semi-finals[edit]

All times are UTC+10:00

7 September 2013
16:00
Melbourne Ice 2 – 4
Sydney Ice Dogs Medibank Icehouse
Attendance: 1100
7 September 2013
19:30
Perth Thunder 1 – 6
Newcastle North Stars Medibank Icehouse
Attendance: 850

Final[edit]

8 September 2013
16:00
Newcastle North Stars 3 – 6
Sydney Ice Dogs Medibank Icehouse
Attendance: 900

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