Chinese Taipei men's national under-18 ice hockey team

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Shirt badge/Association crest
Chinese Taipei uses their Olympic flag emblem for their jersey badge.
Association Chinese Taipei Ice Hockey Federation
General Manager Chinese Taipei Hsiao Wen-yu
Head coach Hungary Kristof Kovago
Assistants Chinese Taipei Chang Pan-yao
Chinese Taipei Lee Chi-hsin
Chinese Taipei Yu Kai-wen
Captain Hsiao Po-yun
IIHF code TPE
Team colors          
First international
 New Zealand 20 – 3 Chinese Taipei 
(Pyongyang, North Korea; March 20, 1999)
Biggest win

 Chinese Taipei 17 – 0 Mongolia 
(Taipei, Republic of China; February 27, 2009)

 Chinese Taipei 18 – 1 Mongolia 
(Erzurum, Turkey; March 9, 2010)
Biggest defeat
 South Africa 34 – 1 Chinese Taipei 
(Pyongyang, North Korea; March 21, 1999)
IIHF World U18 Championship
Appearances 5 (first in 2008)
Best result 37th (2008)
IIHF Asian Oceanic U18 Championship
Appearances 4 (first in 1999)
Best result 5th (2002)
International record (W–L–T)
14–22–1

The Chinese Taipei men's national under-18 ice hockey team is the men's national under-18 ice hockey team of the Republic of China. The team is controlled by the Chinese Taipei Ice Hockey Federation, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation.

History[edit]

The Chinese Taipei men's national under-18 ice hockey team played its first game in 1999 during the 1999 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship Division II tournament being held in Pyongyang, North Korea. Chinese Taipei lost the tournament and also suffered their largest defeat in international participation when they lost to South Africa 1–34.[1] Chinese Taipei remained in Division II for the next two year finishing in second place in both years.[1] In 2002 the two divisions were merged for the 2002 IIHF Asian Oceanic U18 Championship.[1] Chinese Taipei finished in fifth place after only managing one win against Thailand.[1] After a six year absence from international competition the under-18 team returned to compete in the 2008 IIHF World U18 Championships Division III Group A tournament being held in Mexico City, Mexico. They finished in second place losing only one game to Mexico.[2] During the 2010 IIHF World U18 Championships Division III Group A tournament Chinese Taipei achieved their largest victory in international participation when they defeated Mongolia 18–1.[3] Chinese Taipei have continued to compete in the Division III tournament at the World U18 Championships and most recently finished in fifth place at the 2012 IIHF World U18 Championships Division III Group A tournament[4] and third place at the 2013 IIHF World U18 Championship Division III Group A tournament.[5]

International competitions[edit]

Team roster[edit]

From the 2012 IIHF World U18 Championships Division III Group A[6][7]

# Name Pos Date of Birth Club
1 Liao Yu-Han G 10 April 1995 Taiwan Silver Monster
3 Li Yu-Wei D 15 October 1995 Taiwan Typhoon
4 Yang Hsiao-Hao D 19 November 1995 Taiwan Typhoon
5 Kuan Ching (A) D 16 July 1995 Taiwan Typhoon
6 Liang Ching-Ho F 19 January 1994 Taiwan Silver Monster
7 Hsiao Po-Yun (C) F 1 October 1995 Taiwan Silver Monster
8 Chen Wei-Chi F 7 December 1995 Taiwan Typhoon
9 Chao Yu-Tung (A) D 12 January 1994 Taiwan Silver Monster
10 Lu Shih-Kai F 14 February 1996 Taiwan Silver Monster
11 Chang Tse-Wei D 17 January 1997 Taiwan Silver Monster
12 Hung Chi-Lun F 4 April 1996 Taiwan Typhoon
13 Li Jia-Lin D 6 April 1994 Taiwan Kaohsiung Knights
15 Lin Yu-Heng F 29 May 1995 Taiwan Vikings
16 Hsu Shao-Hung F 5 March 1997 Taiwan Vikings
17 Syu Jing-Kai F 17 July 1995 Taiwan Vikings
19 Ti Hou-Chung F 10 September 1996 Taiwan Silver Monster
20 Kuei Fu-Hsiang G 14 February 1996 Taiwan Typhoon
21 Wang Wei-Chun F 2 February 1996 Taiwan Snowmen
22 Kuan Shin-Yao F 27 January 1995 Taiwan Vikings
23 Lin Tzu-Chieh F 17 September 1996 Taiwan Vikings

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