Ice Hockey Thailand

Ice Hockey in Thailand

Ice Hockey in Thailand is governed by the Ice Hockey Association of Thailand . Thailand has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1989.  Thailand Men’s national team made their International debut in 2003, while the Women team made their debuts in 2013. This page shows the history of the Men’s and Women’s national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member April 27th, 1989
History:
Thailand Men Official Results

Thailand Men Unofficial Results

Thailand Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
February 2nd, 2003, 39-0 loss to Japan
First Unofficial Game Played
March 9th, 2005, 7-1 loss to Harbin II (CHN)
Longest Official Winning Streak
(6) Jan 29th-Apr 25th, 2011
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(3) Dec 16th-Dec 18th, 2005

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(6) Jan 29th-Apr 25th, 2011
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(4) Dec 16th-Aug 3rd, 2017

Longest Official Losing Streak
5) Mar 7th, 2005-Jan 29th, 2007
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(1) Feb 2nd, 2003

Biggest Official Win
29-0 over Bahrain & India January 29th & April 25th, 2011
Biggest Unofficial Win
15-1 over Korea Asamo Ligers (KOR) Dec 16th, 2005

Biggest Official Loss
52-1 to Kazakhstan January 29th, 2007
Biggest Unofficial Loss
7-1 to Harbin II (CHN) Feb 2nd, 2003
Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia:

Silver: 2009, 2012, 2018
Bronze: 2010, 2011, 2017
South East Asian Games:
Silver: 2017

ROSTER
GK #1 Sujin Charoensuk – Chiangmai (THA)
GK #25 Pattarapol Ungkulpattansak – IHAT (THA)
DEF #9 Purich Dhiranusornkit – Canstar Rangers (THA)
DEF #2 Chanchit Supadilokluk – Canstar Rangers (THA)

DEF #4 Papan Thanakroekkait – Nakrach (THA)
DEF #23 Araya Vatanapanyakul – Canstar Rangers (THA)
FW #7 Yingphan Aekkasemnarong – Nakrach (THA)
FW #11 Patrick Forster – Bangkok Warriors (THA)
FW #16 Chonlaphat Ingkharratphithakon – Canstar Rangers (THA)
FW #10 Krittapad Jardwuttipreeda – Bangkok Warriors (THA)

FW #18 Phandaj Khuhakaew – Canstar Rangers (THA)
FW #5 Masato Kityama – Bangkok Warriors (THA)
FW #24 Chanokchon Limpinphet – Bangkok Warriors (THA)
FW #17 Nathapat Luckanatinakorn – Ice Breakers (THA)
FW #19 Mathew Sigel – IHAT (THA)

FW #8 Rakchai Sukwiboon – Nakrach (THA)
FW #14 Phanuruj Suwachirat – Ice Breakers (THA)
FW #13 Jantaphong Tengsakul – Canstar Rangers (THA)
FW #22 Archavin Vattanapanyakul – Canstar Rangers (THA)

HC Andre Timo Juhani Ijase
Updated (03/30/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member April 27, 1989
History:
Thailand Women Official Results

Thailand Women Unofficial Results

Thailand Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
December 26th, 2013, 12-0 Win over United Arab Emirates
First Unofficial Game Played
March 9th, 2017, 4-3 loss to New Zealand U18

Longest Official Winning Streak
(6) Mar 7th, 2017-Mar 10th, 2018
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(0)

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(6) Mar 7th, 2017-Mar 10th, 2018
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(0)

Longest Official Losing Streak
(3) Feb 21st-Feb 25, 2017
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(3) Mar 9th, 2017- Mar 11th, 2018

Biggest Official Win
21-1 over Philippines March 7th, 2017
Biggest Unofficial Win
None
Biggest Official Loss
37-0 to Japan February 23rd, 2017
Biggest Unofficial Loss
5-3 to Chinese Taipei U18 March 8th, 2018
Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia

Silver: 2014, 2016, 2017

ROSTER
GK #1 Wassunun Angkulpattanasuk – IHAT (THA)
GK #66 Wichaya Phangnga – IHAT (THA)
DEF #77 Sirikam Jittresin – Nakrach (THA)
DEF #55 Siriluck Kaewkitinarong – IHAT (THA)
DEF #2 Pimnpa Pungpapong – IHAT (THA)

DEF #44 Nion Putsuk – Polar Bear (THA)
DEF #25 Jaravee Srichamnong – IHAT (THA)

FW #26 Varachanant Boonyubol – IHAT (THA)
FW #89 Kiratika Changna – Greatest Ice (THA)

FW #5 Kwanchanok Choeiklang  – Canstars Rangers (THA)
FW #29 Kansiree Kudumrongsawad – IHAT (THA)
FW #10 Nistanant Loykulnant – Canstars Rangers (THA)
FW #78 Napak Phetnok – IHAT (THA)
FW #17 Rinrada Poka – IHAT (THA)
FW #4 Nuchanat Ponglerkdee – IHAT (THA)

FW #56 Wirasinee Rattananal – Bangkok Warriors (THA)
FW #8 Pijittra Sae-Jear – IHAT (THA)
FW #13 Panvipa Suksirvechareuk – IHAT (THA)
FW #11 Minsasha Teekhathanasakul – IHAT (THA)

HC Andrei Timo Juhani Ijase
Updated (04/14/19)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member April 27th, 1989
History:
Thailand U20 Official Results

Thailand U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
December 3rd, 2018, 14-1 win over Mongolia
Longest Official Winning Streak
(3) Dec 3rd-6th, 2018
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(3) Dec 3rd-6th, 2018
Longest Official Losing Streak
(None)
Biggest Official Win
25-0 over Kuwait Dec 6th, 2018
Biggest Official Loss
(None)

ROSTER
GK #17 Phutthimet Ieosuwan – Thailand (THA)
GK #45 Supanat Rungruangwat – Thailand (THA)
GK #35 Patchara Trirat – Thailand (THA)
DEF #22 Purich Dhiranusornkit- Thailand (THA)
DEF #6 Poon Harnchaipibulgul – Thailand (THA)
DEF #75 Rachata Kajonsaksumet – Thailand (THA)
DEF #56 Kanit Kitirienglap – Thailand (THA)
DEF #98 Kitthakorn Kitthanadechakorn – Thailand (THA)
DEF #36  Chayutapon Kulrat – Thailand (THA)
DEF #37 Karith Thaiyanont – Thailand (THA)
DEF #63 Araya Vatanpanyakul – Thailand (THA)
FW #4 Pann Hongswadhi – Thailand (THA)
FW #89 Chonlaphat Ingkharratphithakon – Thailand (THA)
FW #26 Krittapad Jaradwuttipreeda – Thailand (THA)
FW #97 Phanda Khuhakaew – Thailand (THA)
FW #42 Chanokchon Limpinphet – Thailand (THA)
FW #72 Nathaphat Luckanatinakorn – Thailand (THA)
FW #21 Josh Perry – Thailand (THA)
FW #19 Punn Phasukkijwatana – Thailand (THA)
FW #18 Nattasate Phatigulsate – Thailand (THA)
FW #96 Sittinon Promthong – Thailand (THA)
FW #14 Phanuruj Suwachirat – Thailand (THA)
FW #83 Vatcharin Wilailux- Thailand (THA)
HC Juhani Ijas
Updated (12/01/18)

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