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   AIHL - Australian Ice Hockey League: 2012 AIHL Finals


AIHL 2012 Finals
Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd September
Hunter Ice Skating Stadium
Warners Bay, NSW


The top two teams from the Easton and Bauer conferences will meet to contest the 103 year old Goodall Cup on Fathers Day, 2012.

Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, the home of the Newcastle North Stars, will host the event in Lake Macquarie in the Greater Newcastle area.

Saturday 1 September:
3.30pm   Newcastle North Stars vs Adelaide Adrenaline
7.00pm   Melbourne Ice vs Sydney Ice Dogs


Sunday 2 September:
4.00pm   Winners of Semi #1 and Semi #2

 

How to Purchase Tickets

Tickets will be made available via www.trybooking.com on Thursday the 2nd of August from 12pm (noon).

Early on the 2nd the teams will receive a password that will be distributed to team sponsors and season ticket holders (members) should they wish to take up a brief period of priotity booking.

Initally only Tournament Passes will be available. Seats for the Semi Finals and Final will be offered separately after a period of a few days to two weeks.

Tickets will be available here:

http://www.trybooking.com/Booking/BookingEventSummary.aspx?eid=29948


Ticket Costs

Adult Tournament pass = $70
Child Tournament pass = $55
Family Tournament pass = $240
 
Semi final - $25 adult, $20 child
Championship Final - $30 adult, $25 child
 
Semi Final family = $80
Championship Final family = $99
 
Note: There may be booking fees in addition to the above prices.

Any tickets not sold close to starting time may be available for purchase at the door. General entry tickets are the same cost as seated (get up close to the glass!).


Accommodation

The AIHL is negotiating group deals for AIHL fans.
Further details will be announced if a discount can be arranged. 

Suggestions for accommodation include:

  • Warners at the Bay - walking distance to HISS (0.9km)
  • Panorama or Newcastle Heights at Charlestown - 5.4km to HISS, walking distance to Charlestown Square mall (inexpensive option)
  • Noah's at the Beach - opposite Newcastle Beach, walking distance to Newcastle train station & opposite bus terminus, lots of cafes, restaurants and historical sites (15.7km from HISS)
  • Crowne Plaza - on Harbour, walking distance to cafes & restaurants, high quality accommodation & restaurant (14.3km from HISS)
Volunteer at the Finals

We have filled our volunteers roster, thanks for your interest.

AIHL Finals Sponsorship

The AIHL is now seeking corporate sponsorship for the event.  If you or your orgaisation would like more information please email AIHL Commissioner Tyler Lovering on tyler@theaihl.com.

Venue - Hunter Ice Skating Stadium
230 Macquarie Road Warners Bay - 02 4954 4499

By car
HISS is located on an access road off Macquarie Road, between the suburbs of Warners Bay and Cardiff.
If travelling from Sydney on the F3, take the Cardiff exit at the West Wallsend Interchange and follow it through Edgeworth, Glendale, Cardiff and turn left onto the access road before you arrive at Warners Bay McDonalds

By train
Cardiff station is the closest station to HISS, and is an express stop from Sydney on the Newcastle line. Cardiff station is approximately 2.8km from HISS. Taxis are regularly available at the Taxi stand outside the Iron Horse Inn about 100m from the station (downhill).

By air
Newcastle Airport is approximately 34km from Hunter Ice Skating Stadium, and a fairly expensive taxi ride. As there is limited public transport a hire car may be the most convenient method of transport. See below for shuttle bus details.

Newcastle Airport services flights from Virgin Australia, Jetstar, QANTAS and Brindabella airlines. Direct flights are available from/to Brisbane, Gold Coast, Sydney, Melbourne and Canberra.

The least expensive way to get to HISS from Newcastle Airport would be to get the airport shuttle bus to Newcastle CBD, and catch the train to Cardiff, taking a taxi for the last few kilometres.

A regular bus service runs between the airport and the Newcastle CBD.

Cardiff station is an express stop from Sydney and is a good option for those flying into Sydney Airport, or heading from Newcastle or Broadmeadow stations.

Newcastle & Lake Macquarie

Newcastle

Newcastle is Australia's largest non-capital metro area in Australia (sixth overall).

Newcastle & Lake Macquarie area contains a mix of heavy industry and natural beauty, often side-by-side. The area is famous for its beaches and "the lake" is enveloped by walking/cycling trails, parks and leafy suburbs.

Newcastle harbour is the largest coal exporter in the world, and the coal industry extends throughout the Hunter Region.

Lake Macquarie

While the City of Lake Macquarie is both larger and more populous than Newcastle, it doesn't have a city centre and is generally considered to be part of the Greater Newcastle district.

Lake Macquarie is Australia's largest coastal salt-water lake and is popular for sailing and fishing.

Warners Bay

Warners Bay is a lake-side suburb approximately 15-20 mintues drive from the Newcastle CBD. Warners Bay is a popular location for families with walking paths extending along its entire lakefront area.

Warners Bay boasts a strong cafe and restaurant strip overlooking Lake Macquarie, along with shopping and other facilities.
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TEAM GP W L OW OL TP
Mustangs 20 12 6 0 2 38
Ice 22 10 7 3 2 38
Brave 20 10 6 2 2 36
Ice Dogs 22 11 9 1 1 36
Adrenaline 22 8 8 5 1 35
North Stars 21 8 11 0 2 26
Thunder 20 7 10 1 2 25
Bears 23 6 15 1 1 21
PLAYER GP G A PTS
Simon Barg (SID) 20 17 33 50
Mathieu Ouellette (CB) 19 16 33 49
Stephen Blunden (CB) 17 23 25 48
Anton Kokkonen (CB) 18 14 29 43
David Dunwoodie (SID) 22 15 26 41
Matt Armstrong (MI) 21 16 20 36
Cody Danberg (NEW) 21 12 23 35
John Clewlow (SID) 18 17 17 34
PLAYER GP W GAA SV%
Jaden Pine-Murphy (MI) 12 8 2.26 .914
Petri Pitkanen (CB) 19 11 2.97 .905
Fraser Carson (MU) 17 10 2.98 .894
Mathieu Dugas (PT) 20 8 3.01 .920
Peter King (AA) 8 4 3.27 .881
Tim Noting (SID) 21 12 3.30 .894
Harrison May (NEW) 21 8 3.39 .902
Michael James (MU) 5 2 3.63 .870
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