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Ice Hockey in Australia

Ice Hockey in Australia is governed by Ice Hockey Australia. Australia has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1938.  Australia Men’s national team made their International debut at 1960 Olympic Games in Squaw Valley, United States. The Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 2000 & 1983. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member February 11th, 1938
Nickname: Mighty Roos
History:
Australia Men Official Results

Australia Men Unofficial Results

Australia Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
February 20th,1960 ,18-1 loss to Czechoslovakia
First Unofficial Game Played
February 10th, 1967, 4-3 loss to Colorado College (USA)
Longest Official Winning Streak
(9) Apr 12th, 2010-Apr 10th, 2011
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(1) Apr 15th, 2018
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(12) Apr 12th, 2010-Apr 10th, 2011
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(1) Apr 15th, 2018
Longest Official Losing Streak
(19) Feb 20th, 1960-Mar 15th, 1974
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(2) Apr 12th-13th, 2012

Biggest Official Win
58-0 over New Zealand March 14th,1987
Biggest Unofficial Win 

3-1 over Akademici Plzen (CZE) April 15th, 2018
Biggest Official Loss
23-1 to Kazakhstan March 15th,1993
Biggest Unofficial Loss 
7-2 to Vitkovice Steel U25 (CZE) April 11th, 2013

ROSTER
GK Charlie Smart – Newcastle North Stars (AUS)
GK Alexandre Tetreault – CBR Brave (AUS)
DEF Zachary Boyle – Adelaide Adrenaline (AUS)

DEF Robert Haselhurst – Newcastle North Stars (AUS)
DEF Shannon McGregor – Sydney Ice Dogs (AUS)
DEF Michael McMahon – Melbourne Mustangs (AUS)
DEF Liam Webster – Melbourne Ice (AUS)

DEF Jamie Woodman – Perth Thunder (AUS)
FW Ellesse Carini – Sydney Ice Dogs (AUS)
FW Tyler Kubara – CBR Brave (AUS)
FW Jordan Kyros –  Perth Thunder (AUS)
FW Robert Malloy – Newcastle Northstars (AUS)

FW Kai Miettinen – CBR Brave (AUS)
FW Patrick Nadin – Newcastle Northstars (AUS)
FW #21 Thomas Powell – Melbourne Ice (AUS)
FW Tomek Sak – Perth Thunder (AUS)

FW Vadim Virjassov  – Melbourne Mustangs (AUS)
FW Kieren Webster – Perth Thunder (AUS)

FW #19 Chris Wong – Melbourne Ice (AUS)
HC Brad Vigon
Updated (08/12/18)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member February 11th, 1938
Nickname: Mighty Jill
History:
Australia Women Official Results

Australia Women Unofficial Results

Australia Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
March 22nd, 2000, 2-0 loss to Netherlands
First Unofficial Game Played
February 23rd, 2016, 4-3 loss to Czech Republic Women’s League

Longest Official Winning Streak
(7) Dec 13th, 2001-July 21st, 2002
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(3) Mar 27th, 2017-Mar 27th, 2018

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(12) Mar 25th, 2001-Mar 31st, 2003
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(3) Mar 27th, 2017-Mar 27th, 2018

Longest Official Losing Streak
(6) Mar 9th-Apr 7th, 2014
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(1) Feb 23rd, 2016

Biggest Official Win
18-1 over South Africa March 5th, 2007
Biggest Unofficial Win 

13-1 over Brno Livi Breclav (CZE) Mar 25th, 2018
Biggest Official Loss
12-1 to Denmark March 29th, 2008
Biggest Unofficial Loss 
4-3 to Czech Republic Women’s League February 23rd, 2016

ROSTER
GK #20 Ashleigh Brown – North Star Sirens (AUS)
GK #25 Michelle Coonan – Sydney Sirens (AUS)

DEF #15 Kelly Costa – Brisbane Goannas (AUS)
DEF #2 Remi Harvey – Sydney Sirens (AUS)

DEF #16 Amelia Matheson – Sydney Sirens (AUS)
DEF #6 Hollie McFadden – Sydney Sirens (AUS)
DEF #9 Rylie Padjen – Melbourne Ice (AUS)
DEF #4 Veronica Watson – Brisbane Goannas (AUS)
FW #18 Natalie Ayris – Adelaide Rush (AUS)
FW #19 Michelle Clark-Crumpton – Cockburn Hawks (AUS)
FW #15 Stephanenie Cochrane – Sydney Sirens (AUS)
FW #24 Sharnitra Crompton – Sydney Sirens (AUS)
FW #17 Sharna Godfrey – Sydney Sirens (AUS)
FW #8 Rebeeca Horrocks – Cockburn Hawks (AUS)

FW #7 Nicole Jones – Melbourne Ice (AUS)
FW #3 Lindsey Kiliwnik – Brisbane Goannas (AUS)
FW #10 Sara Sammons – Newbridge Academy (CAN)
FW #11 Shiama Tarasenko – Sydney Sirens (AUS)
FW #21 Katie Tihema – Adelaide Rush (AUS)
FW #13 Kristelle van der Wolf – Melbourne Ice (AUS)

HC Stuart Philps
Updated (03/16/18)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member February 11th, 1938
History:
Australia U20 Official Results

Australia U20 Unofficial Results

Australia U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:

First Official Game Played
March 3rd, 1983, 10-2 loss to Romania
First Unofficial Game Played
March 1984, 5-1 win over Italy B
Longest Official Winning Streak
(6) Jan 26th, 2003 – Jan 11th, 2004
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(2) Mar 31, 1984 – Dec 10, 2005

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(6) Jan 26th, 2003 – Jan 11th, 2004
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(2) Mar 31, 1984 – Dec 10, 2005
Longest Official Losing Streak
(17) Mar 4th, 1983 – 2000
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(4) Dec 10th, 2014 – Jan 18th, 2018

Biggest Official Win
16-0 over Bulgaria January 18th, 2008
Biggest Unofficial Win 

5-1 over Italy B March 1984
Biggest Official Loss
21-1 to Yugoslavia March 22nd, 1987
Biggest Unofficial Loss 
8-1 to HC Stadion Litomerice (CZE) Dece,ber 11th, 2014

ROSTER
GK #25 Ethan Spelde – Sydney Wolf Pack (AUS)
GK #20 Sebastian Woodlands – A21 Academy (CAN)
DEF #17 Andrew Chen – Adelaide Generals (AUS)
DEF #9 Lachlan Fahmy – South Shore Kings (USA)

DEF #15 Thomas Kiliwnik – Queensland Southern Stars (AUS)
DEF #14 Fredrik Rozenberg – HC Lidköping J18 (SWE)
DEF #13 Dylan Sables – Sydney Sabres (AUS)
DEF #8 Lachlan Tripp – Queensland Southern Stars (AUS)

DEF #10 Arthur Wang – Schomberg Cougars (CAN)
FW #6 James Barton – Sydney Sabres (AUS)
FW #11 Jordon Brunt – CBR Brave (AUS)

FW #18 Kenshin Hayashi – New South Wales U18 (AUS)
FW #2 Yannic Lodge  – Tranås AIF J20 (SWE)

FW #4 Liam Manwarring – – Tranås AIF J20 (SWE)
FW #7 Marcel McGuiness – Adelaide Red Wings (AUS)
FW #16 Jack Ransome – Sydney Wolf Pack (AUS)
FW #19 Aiden Sillato – Tranas AIF J20 (SWE)
FW #12 Jeremy Vasquez – Seahawks Hockey (USA)
FW #21 Alexander Wardlaw – Boston Jr. Rangers (USA)

FW #22 Brock Williams – Perth Sharks (AUS)
HC Dave Ruck
Updated (12/30/18)

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