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    Australian Women's Ice Hockey League: 2019-20

    The 2019-20 AWIHL season gets underway today. No changes to the league or teams this season. Each team plays a twelve game regular season from 26 October to 19 January (four games against two of the four teams, and two games against the other two) and then playoffs on 1 and 2 February.

    Some useful links:
    - League website: http://www.iha.org.au/awihl/
    - League Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AWIHL/
    - League eSportsdesk page for stats: http://www.esportsdesk.com/leagues/f...&clientID=6104
    - 2019-20 season news: https://icehockeynewsaustralia.com/t...-awihl-season/

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    Also the season will be livestreamed via the league YouTube account

    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDs...wvwURXcUnZlPBQ

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    Round 1 results

    Of note apparently it is the first time the Adelaide Rush have swept a home opening weekend, so I guess that's something.

    – Perth Inferno 4–7 Adelaide Rush (16:00, 26 October 2019, Adelaide Ice Arena).
    – Perth Inferno 5–6 Adelaide Rush (09:30, 27 October 2019, Adelaide Ice Arena).

    Standings
    1. Adelaide Rush - 6pts (2 games)
    2. Perth Inferno - 0pts (2 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 0pts (0 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 0pts (0 games)
    5. Sydney Sirens - 0pts (0 games)

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    Round 2 results

    – Melbourne Ice 3–1 Brisbane Goannas (16:00, 2 November 2019, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Perth Inferno 9–10 Sydney Sirens (17:00, 2 November 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Perth Inferno 3–7 Sydney Sirens (09:30, 3 November 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Melbourne Ice 1–3 Brisbane Goannas (15:15, 3 November 2019, Iceworld Boondall)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Sirens - 6pts (2 games)
    2. Adelaide Rush - 6pts (2 games)
    3. Melbourne Ice - 3pts (2 games)
    4. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (2 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (4 games)

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    Round 3

    – Adelaide Rush 7–5 Perth Inferno (17:30, 9 November 2019, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Adelaide Rush 4–3 Perth Inferno (08:15, 10 November 2019, Cockburn Ice Arena)

    Standings
    1. Adelaide Rush - 12pts (4 games)
    2. Sydney Sirens - 6pts (2 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (2 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 3pts (2 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (6 games)

    Note: Brisbane were actually third in the standings in Round 2, have corrected for this post.

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    Round 4

    – Brisbane Goannas 1–12 Sydney Sirens (15:00, 16 November 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Brisbane Goannas 1–10 Sydney Sirens (09:00, 17 November 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Sirens - 12pts (4 games)
    2. Adelaide Rush - 12pts (4 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 3pts (2 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (4 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (6 games)

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    Round 5

    – Sydney Sirens 3–2 Melbourne Ice (16:00, 23 November 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Brisbane Goannas 1–7 Adelaide Rush (16:00, 23 November 2019, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Brisbane Goannas 0–7 Adelaide Rush (09:30, 24 November 2019, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Sydney Sirens 3–1 Melbourne Ice (13:15, 24 November 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Sirens - 18pts (6 games)
    2. Adelaide Rush - 18pts (6 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 3pts (4 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (6 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (6 games)

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    Round 6

    Adelaide's two wins means that both they and the Siren's qualify for the 2020 AWIHL playoffs.

    – Adelaide Rush 2–0 Brisbane Goannas (16:00, 30 November 2019, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Adelaide Rush 6–2 Brisbane Goannas (15:15, 1 December 2019, Iceworld Boondall)

    Standings
    1. Adelaide Rush - 24pts (8 games)
    2. Sydney Sirens - 18pts (6 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 3pts (4 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (8 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (6 games)

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    Round 7

    The two undefeated teams of the league faced off this weekend and both games came down to shootout with both teams picking up a win each. So still nothing to split the Rush and Sirens.

    – Sydney Sirens 3–4 SO Adelaide Rush (16:00, 7 December 2019, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Perth Inferno 4–6 Melbourne Ice (16:00, 7 December 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Sydney Sirens 6–5 SO Adelaide Rush (09:30, 8 December 2019, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Perth Inferno 4–7 Melbourne Ice (13:15, 8 December 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)

    Standings
    1. Adelaide Rush - 27pts (10 games)
    2. Sydney Sirens - 21pts (8 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 9pts (6 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (8 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (8 games)

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    Round 8

    The Melbourne Ice become the third team to qualify for the 2020 playoffs joining the Rush and Sirens. The league now breaks for Christmas and New Years and returns 11 January.

    – Melbourne Ice 3–4 SO Sydney Sirens (20:15, 14 December 2019, Penrith Ice Palace)
    – Melbourne Ice 7–5 Sydney Sirens (09:30, 15 December 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)

    Standings
    1. Adelaide Rush - 27pts (10 games)
    2. Sydney Sirens - 23pts (10 games)
    4. Melbourne Ice - 13pts (8 games)
    3. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (8 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 0pts (8 games)

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    Round 9

    Inferno pick up their first win of the regular season in overtime. Regular season games normally go to a shootout but for some reason they decided to go with a 3-on-3 overtime. Not sure if this is something new for the league.

    – Sydney Sirens 5–1 Brisbane Goannas (16:00, 11 January 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Melbourne Ice 7–2 Perth Inferno (18:00, 11 January 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Melbourne Ice 6–7 OT Perth Inferno (12:30, 12 January 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Sydney Sirens 7–4 Brisbane Goannas (15:15, 12 January 2020, Iceworld Boondall)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Sirens - 29pts (12 games)
    2. Adelaide Rush - 27pts (10 games)
    3. Melbourne Ice - 17pts (10 games)
    4. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (10 games)
    5. Perth Inferno - 2pts (10 games)

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    Round 10

    The final round of the regular season. With the Rush losing their final two games the Sydney Sirens claim the regular season title. The Inferno pick up the final playoffs spot with their two wins over the Goannas. The league now takes a week break and returns on 1 February for the playoffs.

    Also during the week the league announced that the Inferno v Ice game would be changed to a tie instead of an overtime win for the Inferno. This was due to the game being decided with a 3-on-3 overtime instead of the normal shootout. This went against league rules and so both teams were awarded a single point from the game. The decision luckily had no impact on the standings for either team.

    – Adelaide Rush 2–4 Melbourne Ice (16:00, 18 January 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Brisbane Goannas 1–4 Perth Inferno (18:00, 18 January 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Brisbane Goannas 1–9 Perth Inferno (12:30, 19 January 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Adelaide Rush 2–3 Melbourne Ice (13:15, 19 January 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Sirens - 29pts (12 games)
    2. Adelaide Rush - 27pts (12 games)
    3. Melbourne Ice - 23pts (12 games)
    4. Perth Inferno - 7pts (12 games)
    5. Brisbane Goannas - 3pts (12 games)

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    The playoffs are on this weekend and will be livestreamed via the league's YouTube account if anyone is interested.

    - Livestreams: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCDs...wvwURXcUnZlPBQ

    Schedule (all times UTC+11:00)
    – Semifinal: Perth Inferno – Sydney Sirens (15:00, 1 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Semifinal: Melbourne Ice – Adelaide Rush (17:30, 1 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Third place: Loser SF2 – Loser SF1 (15:00, 2 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Grand final: Winner SF2 – Winner SF2 (17:30, 2 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

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    Semifinals were held yesterday with the Sydney Sirens and Adelaide Rush progressing to the grand final today.

    Semifinals
    - Perth Inferno 8–14 Sydney Sirens (15:00, 1 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    - Melbourne Ice 2–4 Adelaide Rush (17:30, 1 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

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    The Sydney Sirens have won the 2020 Joan McKowen Memorial Trophy after defeating the Adelaide Rush 3-0 in the grand final. The Melbourne Ice picked up third with a 4-3 with over the Perth Inferno.

    The win gives the Sirens their second Joan McKowen Memorial Trophy and first since 2017.

    Third place game
    – Perth Inferno 3-4 Melbourne Ice (15:00, 2 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

    Grand final
    – Adelaide Rush 0-3 Sydney Sirens (17:30, 2 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

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