2019 HK Marathon

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2019 HK Marathon

2019 HK Marathon will be hosted on February 17 (this Sunday). Players please check the temporary road closure and traffic diversion in order to plan your routing going to ice rink for your games and practices. Please also be aware that longer transportation time may occur due to re-routing. All games and practices will be starting on time and won't wait for the late comers. 

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Kung Hei Fat Choi!

CNY Holidays is approaching and this week will be the last session until January 31st (Thursday).   All programs will be off from February 1st to 10th.   We wish all players and parents a prosperous Year of Pig and will see you all again at the rinks.

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2019 “Harbin Snow Festival” Youth International Invitational Tournament

With the invitation of the Harbin Ice Hockey Association, the HK Typhoons Selects travelled north to participate in a highly recognized event, the 2019 “Harbin Snow Festival” Youth International Invitational Tournament in Harbin, China on January 4-7. We played with teams from Korea, Russia and of course China.   In many ways a thrilling experience for our players, competing at an elite level of ice hockey in a part of China that has a rich tradition and appreciation for winter sports, by far the best ice we have skated on in Asia! 

It was a round robin tournament; final ranking based on our teams accumulated points through match play. Our toughest test was in our first game against the host Harbin team, a close battle from start to finish but we fell short by a score of 4-2 (empty net goal). From there every player decided to step up and take their game to a new level, and our team flourished. Our defensive structure and quick-strike attack was on display, the puck was zipping around on the crisp ice and these kids were flying.

For the opening game, the ceremonial puck-drop was done by the Secretary of Development of the HKSAR, Mr Wong Wai-lun Michael, the Liaoning Liaison Unit of the HKSAR and the representatives of the Federation of Hong Kong Industries.  We were honored to have welcomed such representation from our home city. Every time we travel to compete at these events, we represent the HK Typhoons Selects with pride. This was an important part of that.

Finishing the tournament with a 4-1 record, the HK Typhoons Selects walked away with the runner up second place trophy behind Harbin.   Our last 3 games were shutouts, as our goalie Aidan Pang won the Best Goalie Award for the tournament.   As a team we played much smarter in how we defended and communicated.   We shut the door with smart hockey and moved the puck around very well.    The compete level was elevated and our teamwork was evident. 

We can be proud of what we accomplished.   Travelling to the hockey environment that we did, being able to test our abilities and see that we can compete with top hockey countries.  If we are all committed and in it for one another, the sky is the limit. 

Big thanks once again to our Typhoons staff for planning and allowing this all to happen.  Our parents were great in being there to support and encourage, this time especially to keep the boys warm in the frigid northern China weather.   Players showed heart and passion, with a level of hockey that we have not seen yet.   A real positive experience upon which we will look to build on.


2019 Easter Camp, Mission Hill Shenzhen, China (April 19th to 22nd)  

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2019 Easter Camp will be hosted at Mission Hill, Shenzhen, China during Apr 19-22.    Registration is now open to all HK Typhoons members.  For details and registration, please visit our website www.hktyphoons.com/Camps/2019 Easter Camp Mission Hill page or simply click the link below.

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Relocation of Synthetic Ice Training Center

Please note that our Synthetic Ice Training Center is already closed and will be moved to Lai Chi Kok in 2019 January 4th.   Booking system will be resumed later this week.  Here is the new address fyi:

Room C1A, 11/F,

760 Cheung Sha Wan Road,

Hong Kong Spinner Industrial Building Phase 5, KLN.

(MTR Lai Chi Kok station Exit B1 and go straight)

<<<< Click here to book a session! >>>>

If any goalies want to have a goalie training at Synthetic Ice Training Center with our Goalie Coach Rudolf, please click the box below to make an appointment.