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International ice hockey

29 May 2019

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While not the national teams, USA and Canada are facing off on the ice at O’Brien Icehouse in Docklands this month.

This year’s Ice Hockey Classic follows similar events since 2015, with games also being played in NSW. On June 21 and June 22, the Icehouse will come alive with ice hockey magic, with local rivals Melbourne Ice and Melbourne Mustangs also battling it out.

On Friday, June 21 USA takes on Canada.

The teams from USA and Canada features current ice hockey stars, illustrious veterans and promising emerging talents, showcasing the toughness, speed and skill of international ice hockey.

Canada gave a stellar performance for their first victory during in April in the UK and will be hoping to win again here.

The locals take to the ice at 4pm on the Saturday before the USA and Canada again go head-to-head.

The event will raise awareness and funds for the STOPCONCUSSIONS Foundation in association with Brain Injury Australia.

Organisers were excited to announce that star Chris Driedger would be back between the pipes for Team Canada.

“I love the passion of the fans! Excited to come back and entertain the fans once again in Australia,” Driedger said.

icehockeyclassic.com.au

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