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13 AUGUST
BRAVE 5
ADRENALINE 4
Final (SO)
13 AUGUST
BEARS 0
THUNDER 2
Final
14 AUGUST
BEARS 1
THUNDER 2
Final
14 AUGUST
BRAVE 6
ADRENALINE 5
Final
14 AUGUST
ICE DOGS 1
ICE 4
Final
20 AUGUST
BRAVE 4
ICE DOGS 6
Final
20 AUGUST
ADRENALINE 0
NORTH STARS 7
Final
20 AUGUST
MUSTANGS 1
BEARS 2
Final
20 AUGUST
THUNDER 4
ICE 2
Final
21 AUGUST
ADRENALINE 3
BEARS 2
Final
21 AUGUST
MUSTANGS 5
NORTH STARS 4
Final (SO)
21 AUGUST
THUNDER 2
ICE 5
Final
27 AUGUST
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ICE  
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27 AUGUST
NORTH STARS  
THUNDER  
6:00PM Local Time
28 AUGUST
WINNER SF2  
WINNER SF1  
3:00PM Local Time
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Blue Tongues Release New Schedule
Wednesday, June 20, 2012 - Submitted by AIHL
The Gold Coast Blue Tongues have today announced their revised home schedule following their relocation to Brisbane's Acacia Ridge ice rink.
 
The Blue Tongues were forced to relocate after poor conditions at the Bundall rink posed significant safety concerns, and the game of Sunday the 3rd of June against the Melbourne Ice had to be abandoned.
 
With only late night timeslots available, all games at Acacia Ridge will begin at 10.30pm.
 
Three of the rescheduled games are Saturday-only weekends (30th June, 14th July and 17th August) versus Bauer Conference teams and have only had their starting time modified.
 
The two double-header weekends versus Easton Conference opponents (Perth Thunder and Melbourne Mustangs) have had their games moved forward to Friday and Saturday nights.
 
Friday, 22 June VS Perth Thunder
Saturday, 23 June VS Perth Thunder
Saturday, 30 June VS Sydney Bears
Saturday 14 July VS Canberra Knights
Friday, 3 August VS Melbourne Mustangs
Saturday, 4 August VS Melbourne Mustangs
Friday, 17 August VS Sydney Ice Dogs
 
The Gold Coast game abandoned on the 3rd of June has been rescheduled to run in Melbourne on Thursday the 23rd of June from 7.30pm.


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TEAM GP W L D OW OL TP
Ice 28 19 3 0 3 3 66
Thunder 28 16 7 0 4 1 57
North Stars 28 15 7 0 1 5 52
Brave 28 15 9 0 2 2 51
Mustangs 28 11 15 0 2 0 37
Bears 28 5 15 0 5 3 28
Ice Dogs 28 7 19 0 1 1 24
Adrenaline 28 5 18 0 1 4 21
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PLAYER GP G A PTS
C McLaughlin (NNS) 28 35 26 61
B Breault (PT) 28 26 26 52
W Darge (AA) 28 20 32 52
M Dorr (PT) 28 20 31 51
G Wudrick (CB) 20 20 30 50
M Guertin (CB) 20 18 31 49
C Kubara (CB) 27 16 33 49
J Baclig (MI) 28 24 24 48
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GOALIE GP W GAA SV%
T Davenport (MI) 22 18 2.08 .917
T Heemskerk (PT) 27 20 2.45 .927
D Davis (NNS) 26 15 2.46 .905
A Kimlin (SB) 23 8 3.08 .909
F Carson (MM) 17 7 3.14 .888
J Pine-Murphy (MI) 7 4 3.53 .887
C Slauenwhite (MM) 12 5 3.79 .880
A Tetreault (CB) 9 4 3.93 .876
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