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Northstars host red-hot Brave

SAVES: Newcastle Northstars goalkeeper Dayne Davis. Picture: Phil TaylorThe Northstars have yet to beat the ladder-leading Canberra Brave this season and Newcastle coach Joey Theriault wants to buckthe trend at home on Sunday.
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In three previous meetings during2018the Brave have finished on top, a collective 11-4 from two outings in Canberra and 4-2 at Warners Bay on April 28.

The Northstars are now chasing competition points to make next month’s Australian Ice Hockey Leaguefinals and Theriault reckons his troops are up for the challenge.

“Everybody is buzzing for this one,” he said.

“We know what we’ve got to do for the rest of the season, now it’s just a matter of going out there and getting it done.Wins and points is what we need, but we know they are tough opponents.”

The Northstars, who sit on the edge of play-off positions infourth with five games remaining, will be up against Brave import Hayden Dawes for the first time.

“He [Dawes] is six-foot-eight on flat foot, so he’s a big unit,” Theriault said.

“We haven’t played him yet in those three games. He showed up after the first two and then was back home in Canada for his sister’s wedding.I’m not sure what kind of difference he will make?”

Theriault said the Northstars were at full strength, outside Czech forward Tomas Landa (concussion) who is setting himself to return against the Sydney Bears next Sunday after training this week.

Newcastle are coming off back-to-back wins in Melbourne on theweekend, collecting 11 of 12 possible points fromtwo trips south of the state border this year.

Canberra are staying in the Hunter on Saturday night after playing the Ice Dogs in Sydney that same afternoon.

Sunday’s clashat Hunter Ice Skating Stadium starts at 4pm.

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