Mustangs Ice Hockey Temporarily Suspended

Mustangs Ice Hockey Temporarily Suspended

Mustangs Ice Hockey Temporarily Suspended


Although restrictions are starting to lift across Australia, we are still unable to confirm whether or not we will get to see some hockey this season. The League Governors continue to monitor the situation and we will let you know as soon as we know more.

We remain incredibly grateful to our members who continue to stand by the club at this difficult time.

What a difference four months has made. At the start of 2020, our club was on the precipice of implementing an exciting schedule of events to celebrate the Melbourne Mustangs’ 10 year anniversary. Today, Covid-19 has resulted in the indefinite suspension of Ice Hockey across Australia and around the globe. 

Nexus has been joined by Melbourne Mustangs in supporting veterans. Tickets for home games available for veterans and serving members.

The Melbourne Mustangs are a semi-professional ice hockey team based in Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. They are members of the Australian Ice Hockey League (AIHL). The team plays its home games at the O’Brien Group Arena, located in the suburb of Docklands. The Mustangs’ were founded in 2010 as the Mustangs IHC and joined the AIHL the following season. They changed their name to the Melbourne Mustangs in 2012 after a licence condition had been lifted by the league. The Mustangs’ best result in the regular season was the 2014 season where they finished in first place and claimed the H Newman Reid Trophy. They next made the finals in 2017, losing to the Melbourne Ice in the semi-finals.

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