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LIGHTNING
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MUSTANGS
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BRAVE
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NORTHSTARS
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BRAVE
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ICE
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BRAVE
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BRAVE
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THUNDER
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BRAVE
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LIGHTNING
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BRAVE
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LIGHTNING
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ADRENALINE
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BRAVE
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ADRENALINE
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BRAVE
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THUNDER
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BRAVE
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RHINOS
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BRAVE
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BRAVE
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NORTHSTARS
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SAT AUG 5 at 4:30PM
BRAVE
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ADRENALINE
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BRAVE
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ADRENALINE
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RHINOS
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BRAVE
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BRAVE
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NORTHSTARS
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THUNDER
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BRAVE
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SUN AUG 27 at 2:00PM  
MUSTANGS
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BRAVE
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LEADERS
Player Points
F Plouffe 64
C Kubara 57
C Vance 43
M Harvey 27
LADDER
Team GP W L OTW OTL PTS
Brave 26 20 4 1 1 63
Northstars 26 18 7 1 0 56
Lightning 26 9 15 1 1 30
Adrenaline 26 4 21 0 1 13
Rhinos 26 1 24 1 0 5
Brave Alumni

ON ICE LEADERSHIP

Season Captain Alternate Captain 1 Alternate Captain 2
2014 Mark Rummukainen Aaron Clayworth  
2015 Mark Rummukainen Aaron Clayworth James Byers
2016 Jordan Gavin Ryan Johnson Kai Miettinen
2017 Mark Rummukainen Jordan Gavin Jan Safar
2018 Matthew Harvey Kai Miettinen Wehebe Darge
2019 Matthew Harvey Kai Miettinen Wehebe Darge
2022 Kai Miettinen Casey Kubara Bayley Kubara
2023 Kai Miettinen Casey Kubara Bayley Kubara

OFF ICE LEADERSHIP

Tenure Head Coach Games WIn % Notes
2014 Matti Louma 29 55.2% Inaugural Brave coach
2015 Brad Hunt 21 47.6% Departed mid-season
2015-16 Josh Unice 35 66% Interim coached in 2015
2016 Art Bidlevskii (interim) 3 33.3% Interim coached when Unice left
2017-20 Robert Starke 88 78.4% Won Goodall Cup in 2018
2020-Present Stuart Philps 20 85% Won Goodall Cup in 2022

AIHL AWARD WINNERS

Name Awards
Petri Pitkanen 2014 AIHL Best Goaltender
Casey Kubara 2016 AIHL Rookie and Local Player of the year; 2022 AIHL MVP and Local Player of the year
Jan Safar 2016 AIHL Best Defenceman
Bayley Kubara 2017 AIHL Rookie of the year
Wehebe Darge 2018 AIHL Local Player of the year
Trevor Gerling 2018 AIHL Top Scorer and Finals MVP
Matt Climie 2019 AIHL Best Goaltender
Joseph Hughes 2022 AIHL Finals MVP

CHAMPIONSHIP ROSTERS

2018 Champions

The CBR Brave team of 2018 secured the double by claiming the H Newman Reid Trophy and Goodall Cup. CBR set then league records for most points (72 points) and most wins (24 wins) in a regular AIHL season. The Brave won the finals weekend in Melbourne, defeating the Melbourne Mustangs 5?1 in semi final 1 before defeating the Sydney Bears 4?3 in overtime in the Goodall Cup final. Trevor Gerling was named finals MVP and finished the regular season equal top point scorer (67 points) with Thunder player Pier-Olivier Grandmaison. The Cup victory provided Joey Hughes with his sixth Goodall Cup success, breaking the league record for a single player. It was the first time a Canberra franchise had won the AIHL championship and secured the Goodall Cup. While it was only the second time a team from the ACT had claimed the Goodall Cup. An ACT representative team, which also included Dave Lewis and Mark Rummukainen, won the cup in 1998 in the old inter-state tournament format.
Goaltenders
#29 Tynan Theobald #31 Jakob Doornbos #35 Alexandre Tetreault #92 Matt Hewitt
Defenceman
#4 Channing Bresciani #7 Bayley Kubara #12 Mark Rummukainen #17 James Byers
#25 Matt Buskas #26 Darcy Flanagan #59 Per Daniel Goransson #81 Matt Harvey (C)
Forwards
#3 Mitchell Henning #6 Christopher McPhail #9 Wehebe Darge (A) #11 David Lewis
#14 Jayden Lewis #15 Casey Kubara #16 Tyler Kubara #19 Jordan Gavin (A)
#20 Hayden Dawes #24 Joseph Hughes #48 Chris Leveille #64 Kai Miettinen (A)
#66 Ainars Podzins #71 Jordan Brunt #78 Trevor Gerling  
Coaches
Robert Starke (Head coach) Mike Sargeant (Assistant) Gordon Cocknell (Assistant)  

2022 Champions

The 2022 CBR Brave team won the premiership/championship double for the second time in the team's history, lifting the H Newman Ried Trophy and Goodall Cup once again. The AIHL in 2022 was a reduced season with six teams rather than the standard eight. The Brave broke two team records in 2022, largest regular season win, 14-1 victory over the Sydney Ice Dogs, and largest finals win, 6-1 victory over the Newcastle Northstars.
Goaltenders
#-- Luke Fiveash #29 Alexandre Tetreault #35 Aleksi Toivonen  
Defenceman
#5 Garret Cockerill #6 Nicholas Doornbos #7 Bayley Kubara (A) #18 Jamie Woodman
#20 Matthew Marasco #22 Mike Giorgi #27 Andreas Camenzind #41 Matthew Price
#58 Declan Bronte #61 Joseph Maatouk #72 Alastair Punler  
Forwards
#3 Mitchell Henning #9 Wehebe Darge #11 Lyndon Lodge #14 Charlie York
#15 Casey Kubara (A) #16 Tyler Kubara #19 Mario Valery-Trabucco #21 Joseph Hughes
#42 Jackson Gallagher #44 Nick Christensen #64 Kai Miettinen (C) #71 Jordan Brunt
#85 Toby Kubara      
Coaches
Stuart Philps (Head coach) Andrew Brunt (Assistant) Jake Sbroja (Strength)  
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