IIHF WWC: Australia Prevents Turkish Delight with 2-1 Victory

Australia has defeated Turkey by a score of 2-1. Michelle Clark Crumpton added to her two-goal performance against Iceland with another brace. The victory, coupled with New Zealand's 4-1 loss to Iceland later in the day, means that Australia is now in sole possession of first-place in Division II B. First Period Australia dominated possession …

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IIHF Women’s World Championship: Australia 6 defeats Iceland 1

Australia has defeated Iceland 6-1 to begin their world championship campaign on a winning note. Michelle Clark-Crumpton and Shona Green each found the net twice, Natalie Ayris recorded a goal and two assists, and Tess Reynolds also found the back of the net. Goaltender Olivia Last saved 22 of the 23 shots she faced to …

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AWIHL Grand Final: Sydney Sirens 3 defeat Adelaide Rush 0

The Sydney Sirens have defeated the Adelaide Rush 3-0 to win their second Joan McKowen trophy as AWIHL champions. Tina Girdler (Sydney) and Michelle Coonan (Adelaide) went without rest, backing up their semi-final wins from the previous day with a start in the grand final. The matchup saw the two best possession teams in the …

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AWIHL Consolation Final: Melbourne Ice 4 defeat Perth Inferno 3

The Melbourne Ice have defeated the Perth Inferno 4-3 on home ice to secure their bronze placement for the 2019-20 season. Two rookie netminders got the start with Sasha King and Makayla Peers between the pipes for Perth and Melbourne respectively. First Period Melbourne started well early, an end to end rush by defender Megan …

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AWIHL Semi-Final 2: Adelaide Rush 4 defeat Melbourne Ice 2

The Adelaide Rush will be playing for the championship after a stunning 4-2 win over the Melbourne Ice. Although Adelaide finished ahead of Melbourne in the regular season standings, the Ice entered the matchup having beaten the Rush twice over the final weekend of the season. Adelaide enjoyed a large amount of crowd support that …

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