Is Australia a land of hockey opportunity? 20,000 showed up for a game in Sydney

By Jason Kay

Hockey is still in its infancy in Australia, but there's a sense it could be a good growth opportunity for the game. A recent exhibition series between Canadian and American professional players sold out mid-sized to large venues, including a 20,000-spectator turnout in Sydney. The local semi-pro league has a national TV deal and Australians are sports fanatics, particularly of games that are fast and aggressive. All they need now is ice. More

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