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The Bahrain mens national ice hockey team represents Bahrain at tournaments around the region.
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| Name = Bahrain
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| Coach = [[Patrick Ryan (ice hockey)|Patrick Ryan]]
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| Top scorer = Several Players (12)
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| Most points = [[Sameh Hegazi]] (5)<br>[[Salman Al Thawadi]] (5)
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| IIHF code = BHR
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| Team_Colors = Red, white
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| First game = {{ih|KUW}} 10 – 3 {{ih-rt|BHR}} <br> <small>([[Kuwait City]], Kuwait; January 8, 2010)</small>
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| Largest loss = {{ih|THA}} 29 – 0 {{ih-rt|BHR}} <br> <small>([[Astana]], Kazakhstan; January 29, 2011)</small>
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| Regional name = [[Ice hockey at the Asian Winter Games|Asian Winter Games]]
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| Regional cup apps = 1
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| Regional cup first = [[Ice hockey at the 2011 Asian Winter Games|2011]]
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| Regional cup best = 12th (2011)
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| Regional2 name = [[Gulf Ice Hockey Championship]]
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| Regional2 cup apps = 1
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| Regional2 cup first = [[2012 Gulf Ice Hockey Championship|2012]]
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| Regional2 cup best = 4th (2012)
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| Record = 0-12-0
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The '''Bahrain men's national ice hockey team''' is the national [[ice hockey]] team of Bahrain.
   
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==History==
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Bahrain played its first game in a 2010 [[exhibition game]] against [[Kuwait national ice hockey team|Kuwait]] in which they lost 10–3. The following year Bahrain competed in the Premier Division of the [[2011 Asian Winter Games]]. In the first two games they were defeated by [[Malaysia national ice hockey team|Malaysia]] 25–0 and by [[Thailand national ice hockey team|Thailand]] 29–0. They finished the tournament losing all six of their games and placing last on the table.<ref name="NTOIH">{{cite web | url = http://nationalteamsoficehockey.com/uploads/Bahrain_All_Time_Results.pdf | title = Bahrain All Time Results | publisher = National Teams of Ice Hockey | date = | accessdate = 2011-01-31 |archiveurl= |archivedate= |deadurl=no}}</ref> In 2012 Bahrain competed in the [[2012 Gulf Ice Hockey Championship]]. The team finished last after losing the bronze medal game against [[Oman men's national ice hockey team|Oman]].<ref name="2012GULFCUP">{{cite web | url=http://www.nationalteamsoficehockey.com/gcc_gulf_ice_hockey_championships.html | title=2012 GCC Gulf Ice Hockey Championships | publisher=National Teams of Ice Hockey | date= | accessdate=2012-06-03 |archiveurl=http://www.webcitation.org/688R1Kon6 |archivedate=2012-06-03 |deadurl=no}}</ref>
   
First Game Played January 8th, 2010 10-3 loss to Kuwait
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==International competitions==
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*[[2011 Asian Winter Games]]; [[Astana]], Kazakhstan. Finish: 7th in [[Ice hockey at the 2011 Asian Winter Games#Premier division|Premier Division]] (12th overall)
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*[[2012 Gulf Ice Hockey Championship]]; [[Abu Dhabi]], United Arab Emirates. Finish: 4th
   
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==References==
Biggest Loss 10-3 to Kuwait January 8th, 2010
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{{Wikipedia}}
 
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[[Category:National teams]]

Latest revision as of 23:40, January 30, 2016

Bahrain
Head coach Patrick Ryan
Top scorer Several Players (12)
Most points Sameh Hegazi (5)
Salman Al Thawadi (5)
IIHF code BHR
Team colours Red, white
First international
Flag of Kuwait Kuwait 10 – 3 Bahrain Flag of Bahrain
(Kuwait City, Kuwait; January 8, 2010)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Thailand Thailand 29 – 0 Bahrain Flag of Bahrain
(Astana, Kazakhstan; January 29, 2011)
Asian Winter Games
Appearances 1 (first in 2011)
Best result 12th (2011)
International record (W-L-T)
0-12-0

The Bahrain men's national ice hockey team is the national ice hockey team of Bahrain.

HistoryEdit

Bahrain played its first game in a 2010 exhibition game against Kuwait in which they lost 10–3. The following year Bahrain competed in the Premier Division of the 2011 Asian Winter Games. In the first two games they were defeated by Malaysia 25–0 and by Thailand 29–0. They finished the tournament losing all six of their games and placing last on the table.[1] In 2012 Bahrain competed in the 2012 Gulf Ice Hockey Championship. The team finished last after losing the bronze medal game against Oman.[2]

International competitionsEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. Bahrain All Time Results. National Teams of Ice Hockey. Retrieved on 2011-01-31.
  2. 2012 GCC Gulf Ice Hockey Championships. National Teams of Ice Hockey. Archived from the original on 2012-06-03. Retrieved on 2012-06-03.
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