12 Facts About Adelaide Adrenaline


Adelaide Adrenaline is a semi-professional ice hockey team based in Adelaide, South Australia.

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Adelaide Adrenaline won 16 of 24 matches and finished third in the league table, qualifying for the finals weekend in Newcastle.

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Adelaide Adrenaline took an early lead in the first period thanks to a Sami Mantere goal and never looked back from that point.

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Adelaide Adrenaline was presented with the brand new H Newman Reid Trophy for winning the AIHL Championship.

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Adelaide Adrenaline drew the North Stars in the semi-finals in a reply of the previous season's final.

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Ahead of the 2017 season, the Adelaide Adrenaline announced a club re-brand with a new logo, uniform and digital design and assets.

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Adelaide Adrenaline won 3 Goodall Cups and 3 gold medals with the national team.

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Oddy was Adelaide Adrenaline's last remaining foundation player still playing in 2018.

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On 11 January 2020, The Adelaide Adrenaline announced former player and head coach Sami Mantere had been re-appointed as head coach for the 2020 season.

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Adelaide Adrenaline were all ready to return to the ice in 2022 following the announcement of the 2022 AIHL season going ahead in December 2021.

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On 20 March 2022, the Adelaide Adrenaline rejected the IceArenA's offer, stating the offer was both unviable and non-equitable.

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The Adelaide Adrenaline has already indicated they will retire Greg Oddy's jersey in the future.

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