• 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 Internship program 2020-2021

    CIHL Internship program 2020-2021

    December 4th, 2020 Jacob Pentz is part of the 2020-2021 China Hockey Group (CHG) Intern Program, where he will be working with Inetasia as an optimization consultant. He recently graduated from St. Francis Xavier University in Nova Scotia, Canada. Jacob was the captain and assistant captain of the Pictou County Jr. B Scotians, leading his team in points in his final two years, and also captained the North Nova high school hockey team for two years. Jacob’s coaching experience includes coaching youth baseball and softball as well as working as a Canskate coach for four years.
  • CIHL games of the week... POSTPONED

    CIHL games of the week... POSTPONED

    December 1st, 2020 This week CIHL games have been postponed due to the closing of all ice rink as a direct result of the increase in local COVID cases. Player safety always comes first for the CIHL, both on and off the ice. Updates as to when games can resume will be posted on our App and website once we have more direction from the Hong Kong Government. Until then take care and be sure to follow the social distancing rules as set out by the Hong Kong Government. Regards CIHL
  • Kowloon Warriors Get Revenge Against Hong Kong Tycoons

    Kowloon Warriors Get Revenge Against Hong Kong Tycoons

    November 26th, 2020 Thursday night’s CIHL action featured a rematch from the previous week, with a single-game slate between the Hong Kong Tycoons and the Kowloon Warriors. In the rematch, the Warriors edged out the Tycoons by a score of 5-4 in a gritty contest, avenging their 5-3 loss just a week ago. Right off the opening puck drop, Devin Welsh of the Warriors opened the scoring 1:39 into the game with help from defenseman Connor Quinn. First overall draft pick, forward Nicholas Weberg, got the Tycoons on the board shortly after, assisted by Matthew Nuttall and Yannick Wong. The goal extended his league-leading point total to 14 on the season. It was a quiet remainder of the period as another goal or penalty would not be called for either side, as dueling goaltenders took control of the play. Perennial forward-of-the-year candidate Lucas Eshleman was the next player to strike, putting the Tycoons up 2-1, with Elliot Steele and Matthew Nuttall both chipping in with helpers. Eshleman, a crafty shoot-first forward, was exploiting a second-line mismatch while fellow forward Weberg commanded top-line defensive attention from the Warriors. Shortly after, Warriors captain Gregory Smyth buried a nifty breakaway goal to even up the score, while leaving Tycoons goaltender Emerson Keung sprawling. Defenseman Bradley Wilson and line mate Devin Welsh had assists on the Smyth tally. Veteran Michael Yoshino gave the Warriors their first lead of the night, just over half-way through the period. The score would remain 3-2 in favor of the Warriors heading into the final frame. The Tycoons found themselves in penalty trouble to begin the third period, and the Warriors did not miss the opportunity to capitalize. Warriors forward Josh Gordon found the back of the net just before a Tycoons penalty expired at 2:26 into the period. Helping on the Gordon goal were teammates Smyth and Quinn. Bradley Wilson then extended Kowloon’s lead to 5-2, again on the powerplay, with what would end up being the eventual game-winner. Wilson’s marker had a single assist coming from Jake McDonnell. The Tycoons Matthew Nuttall managed to secure his third and fourth points of the evening on the same shift, as the star-of-the-night snub buried a pair of goals near the end of the period. However, it was too little, too late for the Tycoons, as the Warriors would close out the game with a 5-4 victory. Both goaltenders played strong games, with the pair each earning star-of-the-night honors. The Warriors Ashley Bock turned away 25 shots in the win, while his counterpart Emerson Keung of the Tycoons kicked away 32 shots he faced. On December 3rd, the undefeated Manulife Macau Aces face off against the Tycoons at 8:30pm and the Warriors look to continue their winning ways against the South China Sharks at 10pm. The three stars of the game: 1. Warriors - Bradley Wilson, 1G, 1A 2. Warriors - Ashley Bock, 25 saves 3. Tycoons - Emerson Keung, 33 saves
  • CIHL game of the week

    CIHL game of the week

    November 24th, 2020 This week lone CIHL game features a rematch of last week game between the HKBN Hong Kong Tycoons and the AsiaXPAT Kowloon Warriors in which the Tycoons won 5-3. Both teams are 2-2 on the season and have almost identical goals for and against. In head to head matches, the Warriors won the first game on October 29th by the count of 7-6 and last week belonged to the Tycoons. Second overall pick in this year draft Nicholas Weberg has been on a roll for the Tycoons and leads the CIHL in scoring with 4 goal and 9 assists and 4 games. The Warriors will need an answer to the Weberg, Eshleman and Fanstone line if they want to avoid three consecutive losses. The Warriors have some concerns of their own with Connor Quinn status, last week he left the game early with a lower body injury. This would be a huge loss for the defending champions if he is unable to play. Game time is 10:00pm, Thursday November 26th at Mega Ice.
  • Tycoons Best Warriors with Late Third Period Push

    Tycoons Best Warriors with Late Third Period Push

    November 19th, 2020 The Hong Kong Tycoons were able to top the Kowloon Warriors with a final score of 5-3 in CIHL league play Thursday night. Nicholas Weberg led the charge for the Tycoons, with one goal and three assists to take his league-leading point total to 13. Weberg struck early in the first scoring less than a minute in with assists going to Matthew Nuttall and Yannick Wong. The Warriors’ Devin Welsh responded halfway through the period with an assist coming from captain Gregory Smyth. Patrick Hayes of the Tycoons came back quickly with a goal less than a minute later which had help from Kenden Ng. Matthew Nuttall opened scoring in the second period for Hong Kong with assists going to Weberg and Jonathan Szychta. Smyth made it 3-2 with a goal 13 minutes into the second with help from Welsh and Jake McDonnell to finish off the second period scoring. McDonnell tied it up for the Warriors with a goal assisted by Josh Gordon 8:44 into the third. First star Szychta finished with the final two goals of the game to secure the victory for the Tycoons late in the third, one of which was an empty netter. Teammate Nicholas Weberg had a helper on each of Szychta’s goals as well as Matthew Nuttall on one. Tycoons goalie Emerson Keugn saved 25 of the total 28 shots for a GAA of .893 while Warriors’ Ashley Bock was good for 27 of 31 equating to a .871 GAA. Next week has a rematch between the Warriors and Tycoons in the lone game of the week which will have the winner taking sole possession of second place in the league. The three stars of the game: 1. Tycoons - Johnathan Szychta, 2 goals + 1 assist 2. Tycoon - Matthew Nuttall, 1 goal + 2 assist 3. Warriors - Gregory Smyth, 1 goal + 1 assist

Stats

  • Ryan Chu

    GOALS

    7

    Ryan Chu

    #9 | F

  • Nicholas Weberg

    POINTS

    15

    Nicholas Weberg

    #41 | F

  • Nicholas Weberg

    ASSISTS

    10

    Nicholas Weberg

    #41 | F

  • Horrance Cheung

    SAVE%

    .885

    Horrance Cheung

    #33 | G

Video

Scotiabank South China Sharks vs. AsiaXPAT Kowloon Warriors
CIHL 2019-20 Finals, October 15, 2020
Scotiabank South China Sharks vs. AsiaXPAT Kowloon Warriors

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