• Hong Kong Tycoons
  • Kowloon Warriors
  • Macau Aces
  • South China Sharks
  • Hong Kong Tycoons
  • Kowloon Warriors
  • Macau Aces
  • South China Sharks
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  • CIHL 2020-21 Opening Night

    CIHL 2020-21 Opening Night

    October 19th, 2020 This Thursday, October 22nd is the Opening Night for the CIHL 2020-21 season. This year is very special as it marks the 10th anniversary of the CIHL of the league which started back in 2011. All teams will looking good in their ‘New Colors’… jerseys are proudly made by JOG Athletics, the official jersey supplier of the CIHL. The first game of the night features Jonathan Szychta and his Hong Kong Tycoons going up against the league new intern Jesse Lussier and the Macau Aces, game time is 8:30pm. The second game of the night is a rematch of last year championship finals between Jordan So and his South China Sharks against the ‘Champions’ Kowloon Warriors, bame time is 10:00pm.
  • CHG Internship program 2020-2021

    CHG Internship program 2020-2021

    October 19th, 2020 Jesse Lussier is part of the 2020-2021 China Hockey Group (CHG) intern program. Jesse recently graduated from Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada where he was an assistant captain for the men’s varsity hockey team for the past three years. Prior to joining the Dalhousie Tigers, Jesse played for the Halifax Mooseheads of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League (QMJHL). While at Dalhousie, Jesse was recognized as an Academic All-Canadian in 2019 and 2020 and from 2016-2019 was awarded the Varsity Hockey Athletic Award. Jesse’s coaching experience includes volunteering with Nova Scotia Minor Hockey, while he has also interned in the front office of the Halifax Mooseheads. Jesse joins Gary Lawrence and Excelsior Capital Asia as a Private Equity analyst. He will be in a research and evaluation role assisting mostly the Vietnam team to find potential investments. He will also be assisting in the raising of additional capital to the firm. Jesse will also play in the CIHL. Welcome to Hong Kong!
  • Warriors Fend Off Shark Attack to Win 2020 CIHL Championship

    Warriors Fend Off Shark Attack to Win 2020 CIHL Championship

    October 15th, 2020 The Kowloon Warriors claimed the CIHL Championship in dramatic fashion to officially close out the 2019-2020 season. The postponed affair saw the South China Sharks claw their way out of an early 4-0 hole to tie the game late in the third period, before Warriors assistant captain and mainstay Devin Welsh scored the eventual game winning goal in signature hard-nosed fashion. The defending champion South China Sharks, poised to make history as the first back-to-back league champions, were again led by Captains Jordan So and Ben MacAskill, while U18 Elvis Hsu’s coming out party featured two highlight reel goals in a losing effort. Following the inaugural game of the new Junior Tigers U16 League at Mega Ice in Kowloon Bay last Thursday, the CIHL took center stage as the Warriors and Sharks squared off in a long-awaited battle for league supremacy. League leading scorer Connor Quinn put the Warriors ahead early, after holding the offensive blueline and firing an off-balance shot through traffic. Before reaching the net, the puck was redirected off a skate, which eventually eluded Sharks netminder King Ho. Only 22 seconds later in the first period, and still under two minutes into the game, U18 standout Moses Chang extended the Warriors lead to 2-0. Later in the period, Jake McDonnell catapulted the Warriors to a seemingly insurmountable 3-0 lead behind a customary individual effort - unassisted per usual. Defenseman of-the-year award frontrunner David Belluche opened the second period scoring, after leading an odd-man rush and electing to release a short-side high snap shot. The 4-0 Warriors lead with under half of regulation time remaining would soon be erased, as a string of three consecutive Sharks goals breathed new life into a suddenly dangerous South China team. To kick off the scoring flurry, Jasper Tang got the Sharks on the board, with help from defenseman Ryan Lee and U18 forward Michael Shum. Four minutes later, another Sharks budding U18 forward, Elvis Hsu, dazzled the
  • CIHL 2019-2020 Championship Game

    CIHL 2019-2020 Championship Game

    October 7th, Hong Kong The battle for the 9th CIHL championship between the South China Sharks and the Kowloon Warriors is back on! The game was originally scheduled to take place back on July 16th but due to the COVID-19 outbreak... the game was postponed in view of player safety. The finals will now take place on Thursday, Oct 15th at 9:45pm at Mega Ice. The Warriors last won the championship back in the year 2013-14, a win would tie them with the Sharks for the most cups at 3. The Sharks are looking to make history as the first team to win the championships in back-to-back years.
  • CIHL drafts record number of Hong Kong players

    CIHL drafts record number of Hong Kong players

    October 7th, 2020 The China Ice Hockey League (CIHL) has drafted a record number of Hong Kong players for the 2020-2021 season and for the first time in league history, the CIHL features more players from Hong Kong than Canada. This milestone comes on the eve of the league’s 10th anniversary season. When the puck dropped on the first CIHL season in 2011-2012, the aim of Hong Kong and the region’s first elite, full-contact ice hockey league was to grow and develop the sport and provide opportunities for the next generation of Hong Kong ice hockey players. With the number of Hong Kong players competing in this season’s CIHL, it’s clear those goals are being achieved. Throughout the CIHL’s history, there have always been more players from Canada than any other country. However, this season 21 or nearly 40 percent of the players on the league’s four teams were born in Hong Kong, with 18 players coming from Canada. This season, the CIHL also welcomes players from the United States, South Africa, Norway, Finland, Japan and Germany. “We’re delighted to see Hong Kong rank first in the 2020-2021 CIHL draft,” said CIHL commissioner Grant Phillips. “The league has always been a platform to assist in the development of ice hockey in Hong Kong and the region and we’re happy to see so many players from Hong Kong compete in the CIHL this season.” The participation of Hong Kong hockey players also bodes well for the future of the league -- while the average age of all CIHL players is 30, the average age of the 21 Hong Kong players is just 21.5 years of age. Many of the league’s younger players have grown up with the CIHL, participating in the CIHL’s development programs, including mentorship and U18 development programs. The CIHL’s 10th season opens on Thursday, October 22 at Mega Ice at MegaBox in Kowloon Bay. Each Thursday night double-header features games between the Kowloon Warriors, the Hong Kong Tycoons, the South China Sharks and the Macau Aces.

Stats

  • Lucas Eshleman

    GOALS

    2

    Lucas Eshleman

    #77 | F

  • Tyler Doherty

    POINTS

    4

    Tyler Doherty

    #9 | D

  • Tyler Doherty

    ASSISTS

    3

    Tyler Doherty

    #9 | D

  • Ashley Bock

    SAVE%

    .909

    Ashley Bock

    #49 | G

Video

Scotiabank South China Sharks VS HKBN Hong Kong Tycoons
CIHL Final 2019, April 13, 2019
Scotiabank South China Sharks VS HKBN Hong Kong Tycoons

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