Hockey

Hong Kong Tycoons Defeat Sharks to Lead Standings

Leading goal scorer, Kory Falite of Hong Kong Tycoons torments the Shark’s defence during their HK CIHL match at Mega Ice on Saturday Oct 25, 2014. Tycoons came out on top 8-6 in this high scoring game. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)
Leading goal scorer, Kory Falite of Hong Kong Tycoons torments the Shark’s defence during their HK CIHL match at Mega Ice on Saturday Oct 25, 2014. Tycoons came out on top 8-6 in this high scoring game. (Bill Cox/Epoch Times)

HONG KONG—With teams comprising ex-pros from Canada, USA and Europe interlaced with hockey talent from Asia, Hong Kong CIHL produces a fine blend of skills,...




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