03 Sep 2011, 16:00  |  Play-off  |  Semi Final  |  The Icehouse Melbourne
Melbourne Ice8-3 Adelaide Adrenaline
Periods:
Shots:
3-2
(13-4)
3-0
(8-4)
2-1
(8-7)
 
Total: 29-15
Referees: Jamie Miller  |  Spectators: 1250
 
Goals and assists
01:08|away||0-1|Sean Scarbrough (Greg Oddy)
06:59|home|PPG|1-1|Joseph Hughes (Jason Baclig, Jacques Perreault)
10:37|home|PPG|2-1|Matt Armstrong (Joseph Hughes, Tommy Powell)
12:04|away||2-2|Cass Delsar (David Huxley, Joshua Harding)
12:28|home||3-2|Lliam Webster (Obi Aduba)
22:33|home||4-2|Matt Armstrong
25:12|home||5-2|Obi Aduba (Tommy Powell, Jason Baclig)
26:21|home||6-2|Jason Baclig (Matt Armstrong, Tommy Powell)
38:48|home||7-2|Joseph Hughes (Obi Aduba)
41:15|away||7-3|Josef Rezek (Joshua Harding)
43:43|home||8-3|Matt Armstrong (Joseph Hughes)
Player statistics
 
 
Goalie statistics
 
Name SA GA MIN %
Andrew Crowther||||
Stuart Denman|12|3|45:00|75.00
Name SA GA MIN %
Andrew Glass||||
Olivier Martin|21|8|45:00|61.90
 
 
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