Ice hockey at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games

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Ice hockey
at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games
Ice hockey, KL 2017.png
Tournament details
Host country  Malaysia
Dates 20–24 August 2017
Venue(s)(in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Philippines (1st title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg  Thailand
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg  Malaysia
Tournament statistics
Matches played 10
Goals scored 108 (10.8 per match)
Attendance 18,593 (1,859 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Philippines Paul Sanchez
(14 points)
2019

The ice hockey competitions at the 2017 Southeast Asian Games in Kuala Lumpur was held at the Empire City Ice Arena in Selangor.[1]

The 2017 games feature competitions in one event (event for men).

Competition schedule[edit]

The following was the competition schedule for the ice hockey competitions:

RR Round robin
Sun 20 Mon 21 Tue 22 Wed 23 Thu 24
RR RR RR RR RR

Participation[edit]

Participating nations[edit]

Competition format[edit]

The tournament will follow a single round robin format with the top team by the end of the tournament winning the gold medal.

Squads[edit]

 Indonesia (INA)[2]  Malaysia (MAS)[3]  Philippines (PHI)[4]  Singapore (SGP)[5]  Thailand (THA)[6]
  • Susanto (G)
  • Rinaldo Sutjipto (D)
  • Felix Utama (F)
  • Aditya Putra (F)
  • Felix Cahyono (F)
  • Stefanus Michael (F)
  • Budi Jonathan Sudharta (F)
  • Stephanus Sugianto (D)
  • Adrianus Gunawan (D)
  • Sangga Putra (G)
  • David (F)
  • Jimmy Susanto (F)
  • Ronald Chandra (D)
  • Adianto Hie (D)
  • Andi Budiwarman (F)
  • Muchammad Alqaeda (D)
  • Arif Setiawan (D)
  • Anryan Saputra (F)
  • Felix Yussanto (F)
  • Ronald Wijaya (F)
  • Lee Thien Ian (G)
  • Yap Eu Jin (D)
  • Rafel Mohammed Rhiza (D)
  • Loke Ban Kin (F)
  • Bryan Lim (F)
  • Brandon Tan (F)
  • Low Jun Ming (F)
  • Aqfar Naeem Abulais (F)
  • Syed Ayman Syed Omar (F)
  • Tengku Azlly Tengku Abdillah (G)
  • Mohammad Noor Hisham (D)
  • Aiman Mohd Fadzul (F)
  • Khoo Seng Chee (F)
  • Adris Abd Razak (F)
  • Mohd Hariz Mohd Oryza (F)
  • Moi Jia Yung (D)
  • Stephan Santhanasamy (F)
  • Reezman Isa (D)
  • Muhammad Azman (D)
  • Muhammad Shahrudin (D)
  • Lenard Rigel Lancero II (F)
  • Carl Montano (F)
  • Patrick Syquiatco (D)
  • Carlo Tenedero (F)
  • Jose Inigo Cadiz (D)
  • Javier Cadiz (D)
  • Daniel Pastrana (F)
  • Steven Fuglister (F)
  • Francois Gautier (D)
  • Paolo Spafford (G)
  • Gianpietro Issepi (G)
  • Julius Santiago (D)
  • Joshua Carino (D)
  • Paul Sanchez (F)
  • Miguel Serrano (F)
  • Jan Regencia (F)
  • Georgino Orda (D)
  • Hector Navasero (D)
  • Jorell Crisostomo (F)
  • Benjamin Imperial (F)
  • Lok Da Xuan (F)
  • Peter Tan (F)
  • Reeve Chew (F)
  • Loh Chee Seng (D)
  • Darren Goh (F)
  • Lam Kin Yu (F)
  • James Kodrowski (F)
  • Shene Eugene Chin (G)
  • Liu Zhiyang (F)
  • Richard O'Brien (F)
  • Kenny Liang (G)
  • Gabriel Lau (F)
  • Ryan Tan (F)
  • Johan Venema (F)
  • Chen Pei Huan (D)
  • Chew Wee (D)
  • Chiong Woon Lip (F)
  • Ang Yu Jin (F)
  • Benjamin Huang (F)
  • George Tan (F)
  • Rakchai Sukwiboon (F)
  • Tewin Chartsuwan (F)
  • Arthit Thamwongsin (F)
  • Panithi Nawasmittawong (F)
  • Teerasak Rattanachot (F)
  • Prakpoom Thongaram (F)
  • Prawes Kaewjeen (G)
  • Anun Kullugin (D)
  • Chanchit Supadilokluk (D)
  • Jantaphong Tengsakul (F)
  • Chayutapon Kulrat (D)
  • Chanokchon Limpinphet (F)
  • Pattarapol Ungkulpattanasuk (G)
  • Papan Thanakroekkiat (D)
  • Chanchieo Supadilokluk (F)
  • Masato Kitayama (F)
  • Voravith Maklamthong (D)
  • Hideki Nagayama (F)
  • Phandaj Khuhakaew (F)
Head Coach:
Malaysia Tan Khia Peng
Head Coach:
Hungary Kristof Kovago
Head Coach:
Czech Republic Daniel Brodan
Head Coach:
Canada Robert Martini
Head Coach:
Finland Juhani Ijaes

Legend
  • G– Goalie D = Defense F = Forward

Results[edit]

All times are Malaysia Standard Time (UTC+8)

Round robin[edit]

Pos Team Pld W OTW OTL L GF GA GD Pts Final Result
1  Philippines 4 3 1 0 0 32 13 +19 11 Gold medal
2  Thailand 4 3 0 0 1 33 9 +24 9 Silver medal
3  Malaysia (H) 4 2 0 1 1 29 23 +6 7 Bronze medal
4  Singapore 4 1 0 0 3 10 23 −13 3
5  Indonesia 4 0 0 0 4 4 40 −36 0
Updated to match(es) played on 23 August 2017. Source: Results (IIHF)
Rules for classification:
(H) Host.
20 August 2017
16:00
Indonesia 3–10
(2–4, 0–4, 1–2)
 MalaysiaEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 3,014
20 August 2017
20:00
Thailand 7–0
(3–0, 0–0, 4–0)
 SingaporeEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 1,033

21 August 2017
16:00
Indonesia 0–12
(0–1, 0–6, 0–5)
 PhilippinesEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 827
21 August 2017
20:00
Malaysia 4–10
(2–3, 1–4, 1–3)
 ThailandEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 2,778

22 August 2017
16:00
Philippines 7–2
(1–0, 2–2, 4–0)
 SingaporeEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 617
22 August 2017
20:00
Thailand 12–0
(5–0 , 5–0 , 2–0)
 IndonesiaEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 503

23 August 2017
16:00
Singapore 6–1
(2–0 , 1–1 , 3–0)
 IndonesiaEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 449
23 August 2017
20:00
Malaysia 7–8 SO
(1–3 , 3–2 , 3–2)
(OT: 0–0)
 PhilippinesEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 3,102

24 August 2017
18:45[note 1]
Philippines 5–4
(3–0 , 1–3 , 1–1)
 ThailandEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 2,246
24 August 2017
22:00[note 1]
Singapore 2–8
(2–2 , 0–1 , 0–5)
 MalaysiaEmpire City Mall
Attendance: 4,024

Statistics[edit]

Scoring leaders[edit]

# Player GP G A Pts +/– PIM POS
1 Philippines Paul Sanchez 4 8 6 14 +10 10 F
2 Malaysia Bryan Lim 4 9 4 13 +6 2 F
3 Thailand Phandaj Khuhakaew 4 7 5 12 +10 4 F
4 Malaysia Loke Ban Kin 4 5 7 12 +4 4 F
5 Philippines Steven Füglister 3 7 4 11 +6 39 F
6 Malaysia Mohd Hadr Mohd Oryza 4 7 2 9 +2 4 F
7 Thailand Nagayama Hideki 4 5 4 9 +9 2 F
8 Thailand Masato Kitayama 4 4 5 9 +9 2 F
9 Philippines Lenard Rigel Lancero II 4 3 6 9 +9 4 F/D
10 Thailand Tewin Chartsuwan 4 5 2 7 +10 4 F
Philippines Carl Michael Montano 4 5 2 7 +3 2 F

Source: IIHF.com

Goaltending leaders[edit]

Only the top five goaltenders, based on save percentage, who have played at least 40% of their team's minutes, are included in this list.

# Player TOI GA GAA SA SV% SO
1 Philippines Gianpietro Issepi 119:51 6 3 72 91.67 0
2 Thailand Pattarapol Ungkulpattanasuk 105:30 2 1.14 21 90.48 1
3 Philippines Paolo Spafford 125:00 7 3.36 59 88.14 1
4 Indonesia Sangga Munggaran Putra 194:21 28 8.64 220 87.27 0
5 Thailand Prawes Kaewjeen 133:46 7 3.14 48 85.42 1

Source: IIHF.com

Final standings[edit]

The Philippine national team, the gold medalists of the ice hockey event.
Rank Team Pld W L
1st, gold medalist(s)  Philippines 4 4 0
2nd, silver medalist(s)  Thailand 4 3 1
3rd, bronze medalist(s)  Malaysia 4 2 2
4  Singapore 4 1 3
5  Indonesia 4 0 4

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ a b Initially scheduled at 16:00, the gold medal match between the Philippines and Thailand was delayed. The Philippines made a failed appeal to let its captain, Steven Füglister play in the match who incurred a suspension penalty in their previous match against Malaysia.[7] The bronze medal match between Singapore and Malaysia was also delayed.

References[edit]

  1. ^ "KL 2017: Ice hockey". KL 2017. Retrieved 18 February 2017. 
  2. ^ "Team Roster Indonesia (INA) – Ice Hockey Southeast Asian Games" (PDF). International Ice Hockey Federation. 19 August 2017. Retrieved 21 August 2017. 
  3. ^ "Team Roster Malaysia (MAS) – Ice Hockey Southeast Asian Games" (PDF). International Ice Hockey Federation. 19 August 2017. Retrieved 21 August 2017. 
  4. ^ "Team Roster Philippines (PHI) – Ice Hockey Southeast Asian Games" (PDF). International Ice Hockey Federation. 20 August 2017. Retrieved 21 August 2017. 
  5. ^ "Team Roster Singapore (SGP) – Ice Hockey Southeast Asian Games" (PDF). International Ice Hockey Federation. 19 August 2017. Retrieved 21 August 2017. 
  6. ^ "Team Roster Thailand (THA) – Ice Hockey Southeast Asian Games" (PDF). International Ice Hockey Federation. 19 August 2017. Retrieved 21 August 2017. 
  7. ^ Lising, Charmie (24 August 2011). "PH makes history as the first ever Ice Hockey gold medalist in SEA Games". Sports 5. Retrieved 6 September 2017. 

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