Gone are the days of Edwina Bone starring for the Canberra Strikers, or Andrew Charter lapping it up for the Lakers.
The region's elite hockey players have joined forces under one banner - the Canberra Chill - as part of Hockey Australia's radical makeover of the national hockey scene.
Hockey Australia will launch its new domestic league, dubbed "Hockey One", on Wednesday morning with the governing body making sweeping changes across the board.
The national competition has been given a major facelift with city-based teams and rule changes paving the way for hockey's answer to cricket's Twenty20 Big Bash League.
The Chill will replace the Canberra Lakers and Strikers teams that have previously represented the capital in the Australian Hockey League.
All seven clubs will boast new identities and have their men's and women's sides under one banner.
Hockey One will boast a new format - shifting from a carnival format to a six-week home and away season with three home games per club, which will always be male-female double-headers, running from mid-September to late November.
Hockey Australia will introduce new rules for games with specifics to be confirmed at a later date, while all matches will be streamed on Kayo Sports and finals will be televised on Fox Sports in a major coup for the code.
"This is a significant and exciting announcement for hockey in Australia as we strive to put fans first and showcase everything that is great about our game with this ambitious new league, Hockey One," Hockey Australia chief executive Matt Favier said.
"The feedback we received from numerous surveys and research conducted in recent years with Australian Hockey fans, players and officials has shown there is an appetite for a new approach to our domestic hockey league, much like other sports have adopted like cricket's Big Bash League.
"We've worked with our member associations on their club identities which are fantastic and full of life and colour. They are sure to engage existing Hockey fans and the next generation.
"Hockey as a game is a fantastic entertainment product and we want to showcase that to the wider Australian public through Hockey One. Our slogan is it's 'real hockey. Reimagined'."
It is understood the competition will welcome international marquee players with Hockey Australia preparing to introduce a player draft in a bid to equalise the league and prevent powerhouse states from stockpiling the game's biggest stars.
The Chill will continue to use yellow as Canberra's primary colour, with a new-look logo emblazoned on the front of playing gear.
The new moniker means the Lakers and Strikers names will fade into history.
Canberra's women's side won bronze in their final outing under the Strikers banner, while the Lakers fell just short of that same honour in the final AHL season last year.