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Local teams in the mix for glory

31 Aug 2017

Docklands’ two ice hockey teams are in the mix for the Goodall Cup when the finals start on September 2.

All the finals are being played here in Docklands on Saturday, September 2 and Sunday, September 3.

The Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL) finals consist of the top four teams at the end of the regular home and away season playing for the Goodall Cup during three games – in a single elimination tournament.

Melbourne Ice won the minor premiership after finishing on top of the ladder. The Mustangs came home with a great second half of the season. On the bottom of the ladder mid-way through the season, they have come from nowhere to make the finals in fourth place but are the in-form team.

A hometown derby grudge match awaits fans on September 2 at 3pm in the first semi-final. The second semi-final sees Canberra Brave take on Perth Thunder later at 6pm.

O’Brien Group Arena is expecting all games to be sold out.

The AIHL is also providing fans anywhere in the world the ability to tune in via a pay-per-view offering at www.experience.theaihl.com

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