• A defensive coverage breakdown
    A defensive coverage breakdown
    Intense hockey action
  • Intense pressure by the Koreans
    Intense pressure by the Koreans
    The Chinese Ice Dragons break out of their zone against the Korean Tigers
  • Iceboks draw toughest teams
    Iceboks draw toughest teams
    South African Iceboks celebrate the go ahead goal.
  • A Close call for Chinese Mayhem
    A Close call for Chinese Mayhem
    The Chinese Mayhem nearly pulled off an upset in the elimination round
  • Polish Hussars dominate in preliminaries
    Polish Hussars dominate in preliminaries
    Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships
  • Filipino Islanders prove worthy  opponents
    Filipino Islanders prove worthy opponents
    Filipino Islanders finished second in the preliminaries.
  • Kremlins victorious over Sea Wolves
    Kremlins victorious over Sea Wolves
    Russian Kremlin's return a championship success!
  • The Luck of the Irish
    The Luck of the Irish
    Irish Shamrocks claim 4th title in 8 years!
  • Sun Shines Brightly for Macedonians
    Sun Shines Brightly for Macedonians
    Macedonian Sun captures 2nd title in three years with win over Italians.
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    Test Action of new banner added.

Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships

CMHL Tournament Report – Day Two





The round robin portion of the 2013 CMHL tournament concluded on Dec.28, as follows: Premier – Division ‘A’: Israel Stars of David (3-0) defeated Italian Gladiators (0-3) led by a hat trick from C Noah Schwartz and two goals and one assist from D Jordan Weinberg. RW Seth Klerer led Stars team and both Premier Divisions in points with one goal and four assist. Japanese Arashi (2-1) advanced with a 5-2 win over Macedonian Lions (1-2). Forward Mike Santini led Lions in team scoring with three goals and one assist.   

 ‘B’ – Irish Shamrocks (2-0-1) smothered Hellenic Lightning (1-1-) 7-1. Forwards James Minchela, Justin Olden and David Silverstone - two goals and one assist each – and Kyle Mcgloughlin with one goal and two assists – led Shamrocks team scoring  Polish Hussars (1-1-1) advanced to the playoff round on a tiebreaker, edging Nubian Kings (1-1-1) 2-1. Lightning defencemen Steve Tamtakaridis (one goal and three assists) and Felice Turano (four assists) led team scoring. Women’s Championship – Japanese Typhoon (2-0-1) will face Macedonian Sun (2-0-1) in the division final. Tiffany Allen led Typhoon scoring with two goals and one assist in two games. Sun finished the round robin blanking Italian Gladiatrix (0-3) 2-0 with Gloria Tran recording the shutout.

Heritage – Division ‘C’: First Nations Firebirds (2-1) defeated Estonian Ice (1-2) 4-2 and Arab Saracens (0-3) 12-2. Ukrainian Kozaks (3-0) beat Saracens 9-2 and Ice 6-3.                                                                       ‘D’ - Islanders (3-0) shut out Jamaican (1-2) 3-0 and Korean Tigers (0-2-1) 1-0 with Norbert Rocafort recording both shutouts. Tigers and Kremlins (1-1-1) tied 2-2 and Kremlins blanked Jamaican 2-0 with Evegeniy Lushko recording the shutout. Kozaks F/D Daniel Percuklijewic (five goals and two assists) and forward Mike Borszcz (four goals and three assists) and Ice forward Alex Kaju (three goals and four assists), all led Heritage division round robin in points. Firebirds scoring was led by Travis Pitawanakwat's four goals. Forward Adam Ferrer led Islanders scoring with two goals and four assists. Defenceman Nikolay Boudanov led Kremlins with two goals and one assist. Forward Ben Davis and defenceman Patrick Dill each had one goal for Jamaican. Right Winger Daniel Kim had one goal and two assists for Tigers scoring and Amal Etmatyer had one goal and one assist for Saracens.

 Playoff action begins Dec.29 and go to www.cmhl.ca for teams and game start time details. 




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CMHL Welcomes Arabs

The Arab Saracens made their premier in the 2013 Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships.  It took three years, but the team finally came together. 

CMHL Play by Play Team


 Parminder Singh and Anthony Regan bring you the CMHL Finals on Rogers TV.  



Remembering Peter

Peter Zezel  When Peter Zezel called Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships founder Stan Papulkas and asked to join the new league, Papulkas knew he couldn’t say no.
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CMHL on Rogers Community Channel

The 2013 Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships will be televised on Rogers Television.  
The following games will be broadcast on Rogers Community Channel
Japanese Typhoon vs Greek Ice Maidens
Macedonian Lions vs Japanese Arashi
Filipino Islanders vs Korean Tigers
Polish Hussars vs Nubian Kings
Broadcast details will be announced shortly 


Event Hi-lites

Game Action
A close call for Mayhem

Charity Donation
Variety Village gets $5,000

Macedonian fans pack the arena. 

Koreans vs South Asians

Sign at box office
At the box office

CMHL Radio

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Welcome Ice Maidens

Canadian Multicultural Hockey welcomes the Greek Ice Maidens to the 2013 Women's Championships.

The 2013 MVP's

Ashyln Karapalidis of the Macedonian Sun


 Russian's Yuri Dyanchenko

 Seth Klerer

Kathy Stanton and Rob Carrick of the Hockley Valley Brewing Company presented Jackets to the Most Valuable Players in each division.  Culture Cup (Women’s Division) – Defenceman Ashlyn Karapalidis, Macedonian Sun;  Heritage Division MVP – Right Winger Yuri Dyanchenko (five goals and one assist Russian Kremlins;  Premier Division MVP – Right Winger Seth Klerer (four goals and six assists) Israeli Stars of David; 


Peter Zezel Award Recipient

Mansoor Khan
Mansoor Khan was chosen the the 2013 winner of the Peter Zezel Memorial Award.  Khan has been instrumental in building the South Asian Vipers, Indian Monsoon and has been a tournament convener.  The Peter Zezel Award goes to the General Manager who provides commitment and dedication to the Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships. 

Tournament Schedule

A quick look at the CMHL championships schedule

Follow CMHL

The Canadian Multicultural Hockey Championships can now be followed via Facebook and Twitter (@cmhlHockey).  Join the group for immediate updates and discussions.