Hong Kong elite ice hockey league CIHL celebrated the best of its sophomore 2012-2013 season with an awards night that saw South China Sharks captain Jamie Stark named the season's Most Valuable Player. Sharks forward Anthony Devolz picked up MVP Playoff honours for his three goal performance which led the Sharks to their first victory in the RBC Asia Cup.
The South China Sharks have gone on the attack in the first half of the 2012-2013 CIHL season, winning their last six games and losing just once this season. Heading into the holiday break, the Sharks led the defending champions AsiaXPAT Kowloon Warriors by three points.
Having welcomed schools from across Hong Kong earlier this year to take part in its exciting brand of elite ice hockey, the CIHL RBC Adopt a School program continues to build on the success it found in its opening year, with Hong Kong students of all ages taking part in CIHL game nights.
As the defending CIHL champions Kowloon Warriors look to repeat their championship title this season, the team has joined forces with AsiaXPAT, the region's leading digital platform for affluent Asian and expatriate professionals.
Elite ice hockey league CIHL has once again joined forces with Quam Financial Services Group, as the latter lends its name to the Hong Kong Tycoons for the 2012-2013 season. Known officially as the Quam Hong Kong Tycoons, the Hong Kong side looks to improve upon their fourth-place finish in last year's inaugural season.
Elite ice hockey league CIHL dropped the puck on the 2012-2013 season last Saturday, October 6 in front of a packed crowd at Mega Ice as Hong Kong's first full contact league celebrated the start of their second season.
Elite Hong Kong ice hockey league CIHL and inaugural league partner Air Canada have extended their relationship for the in 2012-2013 CIHL season. This season, Air Canada will be the Official Game Puck Sponsor, lending its name to all the pucks used throughout the 35-game season.
With its core commitment of developing Hong Kong's next generation of ice hockey players, elite Hong Kong-based hockey league CIHL and official 2012-2013 season league sponsor the Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) are strengthening their commitment to developing youth hockey in Hong Kong with an expanded program.
With the puck dropping on the 2012-2013 CIHL season this Saturday, October 6, the four teams that make up Hong Kong's first full-contact ice hockey league have locked in their rosters for this season's championship campaign.
Croatian city of Pula celebrates the end of its successful tourist season by hosting the first ever professional ice hockey tournament to be played inside an ancient Roman amphitheater. Arena Ice Fever Pula MMXII will take place from September 14th to September 16th and it will gather some of Europe's best professional ice hockey teams.
Elite ice hockey league CIHL is proud to support some its development players as they compete as part of Team Hong Kong in the inaugural U18 International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) Challenge Cup of Asia. The tournament, taking place in Abu Dhabi, UAE from April 1-7, 2012, will see seven players who have seen CIHL action over the 2011-2012 season.
After a thrilling CIHL semi-final, the Kowloon Warriors and the South China Sharks will battle it out in a best-of-three series to determine the inaugural champions of elite ice hockey league CIHL. The first game of the CIHL Finals will take place on Saturday March 17 at Mega Ice in Kowloon Bay.
Elite hockey league CIHL continues to champion the development and promotion of ice hockey with league sponsor Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) through their education initiative, the RBC Adopt-a-School program.
The Kowloon Warriors clinched the regular season title for elite ice hockey league CIHL with one week to go, and will be the favourite going into the CIHL playoffs, which begin Saturday March 10 at Mega Ice.
Elite hockey league CIHL continues to make the development of Hong Kong ice hockey a priority, with the CIHL and league sponsor Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) creating Adopt a School program for Hong Kong students.
With its inaugural season well underway, Hong Kong's first elite ice hockey league, the CIHL, has teamed up with league sponsor Royal Bank of Canada (RBC) to create a unique opportunity for students to take part in Asia's coolest game with its Adopt-a-School program.
Professional ice hockey will make its Hong Kong debut this Saturday (October 8) when the CIHL takes to the ice at Mega Ice in Kowloon Bay for the first games of the 2011-2012 season and the start of "Hockey Night in Hong Kong."