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Continent Asia
Population 28,334,135
Registered players 154
Referees 1
Rinks 1
National teams Men's
National federation Malaysia Ice Hockey Federation
IIHF since September 28, 2006
IIHF ranking N/A
Top league Malaysian Ice Hockey League
Current champion Tenaga Kuala Lumpur

Malaysia is a country in Southeast Asia. Kuala Lumpur is the capital and largest city.


National Teams[]

Domestic Teams[]

See Category:Ice hockey teams in Malaysia


See Category:Arenas in Malaysia


Competition Founded Folded Notes
Malaysian Ice Hockey League 2001 - National league

History of hockey in Malaysia[]

The Malaysia Ice Hockey Federation is the governing body of ice hockey in the country. Malaysia joined the IIHF on September 28, 2006.[1]

The first ice rink in Malaysia opened in October 1975 and hockey was soon played at the facility. A championship was arranged during the mid-1970s, but the league folded after a couple of years. The sport developed slowly from there.

The Malaysian Ice Hockey League has been contested under various names (MIHF League, Dexion League, Subang Jaya League, President's Cup League, etc.) since the 2001-02 season. All of the teams are based out of Kuala Lumpur.

The men's national team actually made its international debut way back in 1977, facing Singapore twice. They lost 5-1 and tied 3-3. Malaysia did not return to the international scene again until 2007, playing at the 2007 Asian Winter Games, recording a 7-3 victory over Hong Kong for their first-ever triumph.[2]

Malaysia also participated in the 2011 Asian Winter Games, finishing fifth in the Premier Division. They have taken part in the IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia since 2008. The best player on the team is Ban Kin Loke, who grew up and learned how to play hockey in Sweden.

The U18 national team participated at the 2012 IIHF U18 Challenge Cup of Asia. They finished in third place with a 2-2 record.


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