HSN Writers Chris & Mat Lee attended Melbourne Mustangs training last week. We were lucky enough to watch the Mustangs practise last Thursday, and were thoroughly impressed with what we saw. After a great chat with Head Coach Brad Vigon and Assistant Coach Chuck Connelly afterwards, here are some of the things Mustangs fans will [...]
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Building off a franchise-best season, the Melbourne Mustangs will certainly be aiming higher this season. They fell just short of their first playoff berth in 2013; what could they bring to the table that will take them to the next level? HSN Mustangs writers Chris and Mat Lee give us their unique takes Chris – [...]
The Melbourne Mustangs completed their first training session tonight. There were two very interesting attendees. HSN Hockey Editor Chris Meister has the details. Three time Melbourne Ice Goodall Cup champions Joey and Vinnie Hughes were surprise attendees at the first training session of the Melbourne Mustangs 2014 pre season. To pick up players of this [...]
The Melbourne Mustangs had a milestone year, firmly establishing their identity in the AIHL and coming so close to their first playoff berth in franchise history. An integral piece of the Mustangs’ success was import Pat O’Kane. Chris Lee caught up with him.
Three seasons in, the Mustangs have had the turning point where they should now be competitive for many seasons to come, if they can continue to attract such positive imports. Andrew McMurtry looks at the season that was for the Mustangs.
Melbourne Mustangs import Pat O’Kane is the winner of the inaugural Hewitt Sports Network AIHL MVP
The Melbourne Mustangs finished their 2013 AIHL season on a high, surviving a three-goal rally by the Newcastle North Stars in the third period to prevail in the shootout, 5-4. Chris Lee was there
It’ s always exciting when the Mustangs come to town and even more so when their season is on the line and a win could make a big difference. Craig Tonks had the best seat in the house to take in the action.