Who's King of the Edmonton Ice?

Steven Cox and John Fisher
Steven Cox and John Fisher warm up for finale with hockey head-to-head battle

Before the big finale gets underway in Edmonton this weekend, Canadians Steven Cox and John Fisher took a little time out from their preparations to go head-to-head in a good-natured ice hockey battle. Fellow Canadian Tamara Kajah took on the role of referee, and the loser just had to 'sock' it up.

Watch the clip above and see who came out on top.

Watch the Edmonton finals live

Red Bull Crashed Ice Edmonton will broadcast LIVE on redbullcrashedice.com and Red Bull TV on March 10 at 8 PM local time (3 AM GMT). 

It will also be live-streamed at cbcsports.ca from 8:00 p.m. MST, and will also be available on CBC on March 10, immediately following Hockey Night in Canada at approximately 10:45 p.m. MST. CBC Sports' Kelly VanderBeek will host coverage of the event alongside reporter Jacqueline Doorey, who will provide on-the-ground coverage from the venue including post-race interviews from the mixed zone. Calling the event are Red Bull's play-by-play commentators Troy Manering and Reed Whiting.

French-speaking fans can tune in to TVA Sports for a LIVE broadcast at 8:00pm MST.

Red Bull TV is available on connected TVs, gaming consoles, mobile devices and more. For a full list of supported devices visit about.redbull.tv.

If you miss the event or simply want to watch all the action again, the replay will be available on demand a few minutes after the event.

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