"It was quite the process, now I have a fake tooth in there right now."
The Winnipeg native is playing his first AIHL season after spending the past four Canadian winters suiting up for the University of Manitoba.
It didn't take long for Canberra to feel like home, and Bresciani has quickly bought in to the heated Brave-Northstars rivalry, expecting Saturday's clash to get "pretty heated" like their last bout.
"Canberra is not that much different than Canada. It’s actually hotter in Winnipeg right now than it is in Canberra, which is kind of weird," Bresciani said.
"It’s been awesome. All the guys are great, we always get along pretty well. The first step to a successful team is actually gelling off the ice and it transitions to off the ice.