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    Australian Junior Ice Hockey League: 2019-20

    The 2019-20 AJIHL season got underway a couple of days ago. No changes in the teams of the league however the regular season format has changed. The league has abandoned the Northern and Southern divisions with each team now playing the other five teams three times each in either a home or away season. The playoffs have also been changed with the qualifying final being removed. Now only the top four teams enter the playoffs with the semifinals on Day 1 and the grand final and a third place match on Day 2.

    Some useful links:
    - League Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AJIHL/
    - League eSportsdesk page for stats: http://www.esportsdesk.com/leagues/f...&clientID=6104
    - 2019-20 season news: https://icehockeynewsaustralia.com/t...-ajihl-season/

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    Round 1

    – Sydney Sabres 3-4 Sydney Wolf Pack (15:30, 17 November 2019, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 3pts (1 game)
    2. Sydney Sabres - 0pts (1 game)
    3. Adelaide Generals - 0pts (0 games)
    4. Brisbane Blitz - 0pts (0 games)
    5. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (0 games)
    6. Perth Sharks - 0pts (0 games)

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    Round 2

    – Sydney Sabres 5-3 Melbourne Glaciers (13:30, 23 November 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Sydney Sabres 6-3 Melbourne Glaciers (19:30, 23 November 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Sydney Sabres 6-0 Melbourne Glaciers (16:15, 24 November 2019, O’Brien Icehouse)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Sabres - 9pts (4 games)
    2. Sydney Wolf Pack - 3pts (1 game)
    3. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (3 games)
    4. Adelaide Generals - 0pts (0 games)
    5. Brisbane Blitz - 0pts (0 games)
    6. Perth Sharks - 0pts (0 games)

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    Round 3

    – Sydney Wolf Pack 2-3 SO Brisbane Blitz (18:00, 7 December 2019, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Sydney Wolf Pack 4-3 Brisbane Blitz (07:00, 8 December 2019, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Sydney Wolf Pack 4-2 Brisbane Blitz (15:30, 8 December 2019, Iceworld Boondall)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 10pts (4 game)
    2. Sydney Sabres - 9pts (4 games)
    3. Brisbane Blitz - 2pts (3 games)
    4. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (3 games)
    5. Adelaide Generals - 0pts (0 games)
    6. Perth Sharks - 0pts (0 games)

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    Round 4

    The league now goes on an extended break for Christmas, New Years and the U20 World Championships with competition kicking back off on 1 February.

    – Brisbane Blitz 2-1 Perth Sharks (08:00, 14 December 2019, Perth Ice Arena)
    – Brisbane Blitz 5-4 SO Perth Sharks (16:45, 14 December 2019, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Adelaide Generals 3-5 Sydney Wolf Pack (20:30, 14 December 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Brisbane Blitz 4-0 Perth Sharks (08:00, 15 December 2019, Perth Ice Arena)
    – Adelaide Generals 1-4 Sydney Wolf Pack (10:00, 15 December 2019, Canterbury Olympic Ice Rink)
    – Adelaide Generals 1-6 Sydney Wolf Pack (16:45, 15 December 2019, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 19pts (7 games)
    2. Brisbane Blitz - 10pts (6 games)
    3. Sydney Sabres - 9pts (4 games)
    4. Perth Sharks - 1pt (3 games)
    5. Adelaide Generals - 0pts (3 games)
    6. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (3 games)

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    Round 5

    – Perth Sharks 5–4 SO Sydney Sabres (19:00, 1 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Perth Sharks 5–2 Sydney Sabres (09:00, 2 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Perth Sharks 3–2 SO Sydney Sabres (16:45, 2 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 19pts (7 games)
    2. Sydney Sabres - 11pts (7 games)
    3. Brisbane Blitz - 10pts (6 games)
    4. Perth Sharks - 8pt (6 games)
    5. Adelaide Generals - 0pts (3 games)
    6. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (3 games)

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    Round 6

    Poor ice conditions interrupted two of the nine games this round. The first was game 1 in Perth which was luckily able to relocate, the Xtreme Ice Arena and Perth Ice Arena are pretty much 10 minutes drive apart. The other was game three in Adelaide, unfortunately for Adelaide they only have one rink so the game had to be abandoned and declared a draw.

    – Melbourne Glaciers 2–4 Brisbane Blitz (16:00, 8 February 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Sydney Sabres 0–3 Adelaide Generals (17:15, 8 February 2020, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Sydney Wolf Pack 5–1 Perth Sharks (17:45, 8 February 2020, Perth Ice Arena)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 1–3 Brisbane Blitz (07:00, 9 February 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Sydney Sabres 5–4 Adelaide Generals (10:30, 9 February 2020, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Sydney Wolf Pack 3–4 SO Perth Sharks (11:45, 9 February 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Sydney Sabres 0–0 Adelaide Generals (15:30, 9 February 2020, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 0–4 Brisbane Blitz (15:30, 9 February 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Sydney Wolf Pack 6–2 Perth Sharks (17:30, 9 February 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 26pts (10 games)
    3. Brisbane Blitz - 19pts (9 games)
    2. Sydney Sabres - 15pts (10 games)
    4. Perth Sharks - 10pts (9 games)
    5. Adelaide Generals - 4pts (6 games)
    6. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (6 games)

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    Round 7

    Note: I previously allocated one point each to the Sabres and Generals because of the tie. The league have since allocated 1.5pts to each team. This is updated below.

    – Brisbane Blitz 3–5 Sydney Sabres (17:00, 15 February 2020, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
    – Perth Sharks 2–3 Adelaide Generals (17:15, 15 February 2020, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 2–4 Sydney Wolf Pack (19:00, 15 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 1–2 Sydney Wolf Pack (09:00, 16 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Brisbane Blitz 5–1 Sydney Sabres (09:00, 16 February 2020, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
    – Perth Sharks 2–1 SO Adelaide Generals (10:30, 16 February 2020, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Brisbane Blitz 4–5 Sydney Sabres (14:00, 16 February 2020, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)
    – Perth Sharks 2–3 SO Adelaide Generals (15:30, 16 February 2020, Adelaide Ice Arena)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 3–6 Sydney Wolf Pack (16:45, 16 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 35pts (13 games)
    3. Brisbane Blitz - 22pts (12 games)
    2. Sydney Sabres - 21.5pts (13 games)
    4. Perth Sharks - 13pts (12 games)
    5. Adelaide Generals - 10.5pts (9 games)
    6. Melbourne Glaciers - 0pts (9 games)

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    Round 8

    Missed last week but the Sydney Wolf Pack claimed the regular season title. It is their first regular season title win. The Sabres join the Wolf Pack in qualifying for the playoffs this week. Final round of the regular season is next weekend with the Blitz, Generals and Sharks still in contention. The Blitz beat the Sharks in their three game series so if it comes down to a tie-breaker that may be a factor but im not 100% on the league rules.

    – Adelaide Generals 6–1 Melbourne Glaciers (13:30, 22 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Adelaide Generals 1–5 Melbourne Glaciers (19:30, 22 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    – Sydney Sabres 3–2 Sydney Wolf Pack (09:00, 23 February 2020, Liverpool Catholic Club Ice Rink)
    – Adelaide Generals 5–1 Melbourne Glaciers (16:15, 23 February 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 35pts (14 games)
    2. Sydney Sabres - 24.5pts (14 games)
    3. Brisbane Blitz - 22pts (12 games)
    4. Adelaide Generals - 16.5pts (12 games)
    5. Perth Sharks - 13pts (12 games)
    6. Melbourne Glaciers - 3pts (12 games)

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    Round 9

    Final round of the regular season. Sydney Wolf Pack finish on top with 38 points. They progress to this coming weekends finals along with the Brisbane Blitz, Sydney Sabres and Adelaide Generals. The finals run on a single game elimination with the semis on Saturday and the grand final on Sunday

    – Adelaide Generals 2–1 SO Brisbane Blitz (15:15, 29 February 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 1–5 Perth Sharks (17:00, 29 February 2020, Perth Ice Arena)
    – Adelaide Generals 6–4 Brisbane Blitz (07:00, 1 March 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 1–2 SO Perth Sharks (08:00, 1 March 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Melbourne Glaciers 0–6 Perth Sharks (13:00, 1 March 2020, Cockburn Ice Arena)
    – Adelaide Generals 1–2 Brisbane Blitz (15:15, 1 March 2020, Iceworld Boondall)
    – Sydney Sabres 2–11 Sydney Wolf Pack (15:30, 1 March 2020, Hunter Ice Skating Stadium)

    Standings
    1. Sydney Wolf Pack - 38pts (15 games)
    2. Brisbane Blitz - 26pts (15 games)
    3. Sydney Sabres - 24.5pts (15 games)
    4. Adelaide Generals - 21.5pts (15 games)
    5. Perth Sharks - 21pts (15 games)
    6. Melbourne Glaciers - 4pts (15 games)

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    Semifinals

    In the first semifinal the fourth ranked Adelaide Generals upset the top ranked Sydney Wolf Pack with a narrow one goal win. In the second semifinal the third ranked Sydney Sabres beat the Brisbane Blitz in another tight game.

    The Generals and Sabres will face-off tomorrow in the grand final while the Wolf Pack and Blitz will playoff for third. The Sabres are the defending champions having won the 2019 grand final against the Melbourne Glaciers.

    - SF1: Adelaide Generals 1-0 Sydney Wolf Pack (13:15, 7 March 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    - SF2: Sydney Sabres 3-2 Brisbane Blitz (15:00, 7 March 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)

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    The Sydney Sabres win the Nathan Walker Trophy after defeating the Adelaide Generals 4-1 in the grand final. It is the Sabres second grand final win in a row and fourth overall. In the third place game the Sydney Wolf Pack partially made up for their semifinal choke by defeating the Brisbane Blitz.

    - Grand final: Adelaide Generals 1-4 Sydney Sabres (14:00, 8 March 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
    - Third place game: Brisbane Blitz 4-7 Sydney Wolf Pack (12:15, 8 March 2020, O’Brien Icehouse)
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