• Hong Kong Tycoons
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  • Macau Aces
  • South China Sharks
  • Hong Kong Tycoons
  • Kowloon Warriors
  • Macau Aces
  • South China Sharks
Scotiabank
  • CIHL 2020-2021 Registration is now open!

    CIHL 2020-2021 Registration is now open!

    July 28 - Registration for the 2020-2021 season is now live at https://www.cihl.com/registration/player-registration-2020-2021.php . Follow the link for another year of elite full contact hockey on Thursday nights at Mega Ice in Kowloon Bay! The 2020-2021 early bird player registration fee is HK$8,388 for players and goalies (one goalie per team) until August 14th. From August 15th onward the price will increase to HK$9,388 for players and goalies. Don't miss out on the ealy bird special and register today - all you need is 5 minutes.
  • CIHL championship game postponed due to COVID-19

    CIHL championship game postponed due to COVID-19

    July 14th, Hong Kong: The South China Sharks and the Kowloon Warriors will have to wait for the big FINAL game as it has been postponed due to the recent COVID-19 outbreak. The battle for the 9th CIHL championship which was scheduled to take place this Thursday, July 16th but due to the recent 3rd wave outbreak of the COVID-19 virus... the game will have to wait in view of safety. Take care and be safe - updates will be posted once we have good news!
  • Sharks overpower Aces 6-3 and advance to CIHL Finals

    Sharks overpower Aces 6-3 and advance to CIHL Finals

    July 9, Hong Kong On Thursday night the South China Sharks drowned the Macau Aces in a winner-take-all semi final showdown. The two teams battled it out last week to secure their respective spots in the Championship qualifier, as the Aces cashed in their winning hand. Following the devastating last-second loss a week prior, the Sharks were seeking revenge on the second place Aces. Led by dominating performances from veteran leaders Jamie Stark, Ben MacAskill and Jordan So, the Sharks secured a spot in the CIHL Championship game against the regular season champion Kowloon Warriors. U18 standout Ryan Chu of the Aces earned Burger Joys third star of the night honors with two spectacular goals. This Thursday, July 9th is the Championship game, 8:30pm at Mega Ice featuring the South China Sharks and the Kowloon Warriors... don't miss the game of the year! The three stars of the game: 1) Jamie Stark (Sharks) 2) Jordan So (Sharks) 3) Ryan Chu (Aces)
  • Playoff Hockey is here!

    Playoff Hockey is here!

    July 7, Hong Kong Wait no more - the CIHL Playoffs are here and if last week was any indication of what's to come - this will be a game you DON'T WANT TO MISS! Last week the Macau Aces needed a big win and two crucial points if they wanted to make the playoffs. I don't think their game plan had them entering the third period down 4-2 but this did nothing to slow them down as they stormed back by scoring three times in the final four minutes to vault them into the playoffs. The game winning goal by Whitney Olsen came with 14 seconds left in the period... what a finish to the regular season. It gets even better as this week semi-finals game is a repeat of last week. The South China Shark will take on the Macau Aces for a one-game winner take all and the opportunity to take on the Kowloon Warriors in the CIHL final on July 16. DON'T MISS IT... Thursday July 9th, 8:30pm @ Mega Ice.
  • Olsen's Heroics Vault Aces into Semi-Finals

    Olsen's Heroics Vault Aces into Semi-Finals

    July 2, Hong Kong Whitney Olsen's pair of astounding individual efforts helped the Manulife Macau Aces jump the Hong Kong Tycoons in the standings, setting up a playoff date next Thursday in a rematch against the Scotiabank South China Sharks. A point would not have been enough for Macau, and they threw caution into the wind looking for their first win since February 20th. When so much elite talent is playing together in one Ice Hockey league, some highlight reel goals are inevitable; however, Whitney's last second effort ranks among one of the best goals the league has ever seen. After receiving a chip pass from his winger Kean, Olsen proceeded to engrave his name in the CIHL history books, burning past a defender with a slick move and taking a perfectly placed backhand shot just inside the crossbar and post. The Sharks looked on in devastation, as this was the second consecutive game where they allowed their opponents to come back from a three-goal deficit. The teams will face off again next week for a chance to dance with the Warriors in the 2019-2020 Scotiabank Cup. The Sharks will look to avenge their third period collapse while the Aces will count on goaltender Liam Moorfield-Yee to steal the game for them as he has done so many times in the past. As was last season's semi-final between the same two teams, it promises to be a thriller. The three stars of the game: 1. Whitney Olsen (Aces) 2. Jordan So (Sharks) 3. King Ho (Sharks)

Stats

  • Yannick Wong

    GOALS

    0

    Yannick Wong

    #88 | D

  • Yannick Wong

    POINTS

    0

    Yannick Wong

    #88 | D

  • Yannick Wong

    ASSISTS

    0

    Yannick Wong

    #88 | D

  • Emerson  Keung

    SAVE%

    .000

    Emerson Keung

    #31 | 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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