126-year-old Stanley Cup comes to Canadian International School and leaves HK's young ice hockey players in awe
We talk to three of the top ice hockey players at the Canadian International School about their special connection with the sport, and the future of hockey in Hong Kong.
Renelle Yuen went from having never played ice hockey, to being a professional referee and a member of the Hong Kong national team within a year.
They say defence is key to the success or failure of a team. For the Hong Kong women’s national ice hockey team, that responsibility falls to goalkeeper Sumi Chau Nga-sze.
Hong Kong’s sharpest athletes will be on show at the Mega Ice Hockey 5’s.
Action on the ice at the 14th annual BOCI-Prudential Asset Management 2016 HKAHC Invitational Ice Hockey Tournament
Nine teams took part in the 14th annual BOCI-Prudential Asset Management 2016 HKAHC Invitational Ice Hockey Tournament. The action went down at Mega Ice in Megabox from September 16-18.
To say that Brittany Ng is your average teenager is not just an understatement but also extremely inaccurate. Last year, she was the youngest player on the National Ice Hockey team. As she was only 15 at the time, Brittany had to find a way to train without jeopardising her education.
Organized by the Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey, the 2016 Mission Hills Ice Hockey Summer Camp was successfully held from July 25 to 27 at Mission Hills, Shenzhen.
Interest in ice hockey as a sport has exploded in Hong Kong in recent years, with more and more opportunities presenting themselves for local players to take part in matches on an international level.
Po Leung Kuk Tong Nai Kan Junior Secondary College and Wah Yan College, Kowloon laced up their skates at Mega Ice on June 30, to prepare for the Hong Kong School Ice Hockey League Finals.
Young Post joined some students from S.K.H. Lam Kau Mow Secondary School for an introduction to the sport given by Hong Kong Academy of Ice Hockey.