2013-01-10
On Jan-8, 2013, HKAHC held the first Body Checking Clinic for the Standard League players to learn and get ready for the full contact game format. A total of 48 players participated. The clinic was divided into 5 parts and introduced full contact techniques to the players practically. The Warm-up session included two laps, stationary arm rotation, forwards, backwards, joint movement side to side, partners shoulder resistance, partners (no sticks) holding on to arms and bump and arm crawl. It followed up with tripod pushes, thrust of war and leg drive concentrating on balance ...
2012-10-11
The first Standard League began successfully last Tuesday! Please visit our website for latest game result and schedule.
2012-09-01
In the event of a Typhoon Signal 8 or Black Rain Storm Warning is hoisted or issued, all Standard League games at Mega Ice will be cancelled. The following rules will apply: If Signal 8 or Black Rain Storm Warning is still in effect past 3:30 pm of that day, the rink will be closed for the remainder of the day. All HKAHL games will be cancelled. If Signal 8 or Black Rain Storm Warning is lowered or removed before 3:30 pm, all HKAHL games will be held as scheduled. Should the Hong Kong Observatory announce plans to raise or issue the Typhoon warning to Signal 8 or Blac...
2012-09-01
Many players neglect a proper warm-up before a hockey game, and this can not only lead to injury, but also can prevent you from playing at 100% of your potential. Warm-up is not just for shooting pucks and trying out your latest moves in front of your teammates and fans. Players should typically do a few hard laps around their half of the ice in both directions to raise their heart-rate and get a good supply of blood flowing to their muscles. After that, it's a good idea to get a good stretch going. Pay special attention to your thighs and groin, but don't forget your core a...