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Season 2019-2020

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Recent gamesseason 2019-2020
Sep. 05 19 | 19:00New Zealand - Australia6-4
Sep. 06 19 | 19:00New Zealand - Australia5-3
Sep. 07 19 | 19:00New Zealand - Australia-
Current rosterseason 2019-2020
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
1GRick Parry02.11.1987185 cm88 kgleft
3DStefan Amston13.08.1993190 cm93 kgright
23DNicholas Craig (C)03.11.1990180 cm89 kgright
16DMitchell Frear12.09.1993184 cm86 kgleft
11DKahu Joyce28.03.1994185 cm80 kgleft
15DMason Kennedy27.05.1997186 cm75 kgleft
10DJaxson Lane04.08.1994165 cm65 kgright
6FMichael Attwell25.10.1991187 cm86 kgright
22RWJordan Challis25.03.1992172 cm73 kgright
19FFrazer Ellis29.03.1996180 cm86 kgright
7FBenjamin Gavoille30.11.1987182 cm69 kgleft
8FConnor Harrison11.06.1993186 cm82 kgright
17CDale Harrop29.04.1989172 cm72 kgright
21FOliver Hay21.05.1997176 cm74 kgleft
4CMatt Schneider10.05.1985197 cm102 kgright
24LWRyan Strayer02.07.1985181 cm82 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Anatoly Khorozov12.07.1969Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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World Championship Div. 2B opens in Mexico City

Results of day 1:
Israel - Iceland 6-3
Georgia - North Korea 4-9
New Zealand - Mexico 7-2

(22 Apr 2019)

Chinese Taipei U18 and Malaysia win titles in Kuala Lumpur

The Women's Challenge Cup of Asia was played this week in MyNiss Arena in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Chinese Taipei U18 won the elite division after beating Thailand 5-3, New Zealand U18 4-1 and Singapore 12-1.

Malaysia won division one after wins against Philippines 3-1, India 5-0 and United Arab Emirates 5-3.

(11 Mar 2018)

New Zealand best in Asia!?

The New Zealand women's U18 team were unbeaten at the 2017 Women's Challenge Cup of Asia in Bangkok, Thailand to win the tournament ahead of the hosts.

(15 Mar 2017)

Turkish U18 team promoted

The Turkish under-18 team beat Hong Kong 9-1 and the home team New Zealand 5-4 to win promotion from Division III Group B, the lowest level of IIHF's U18 World Championships.

(20 Mar 2015)
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Fast factsseason 2019-2020

Liepaja will host Baltic League Finals

After last year's postponement, the first edition of international tournament will be assigned in Latvia Read more»

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