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2009 IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia
2009 IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia Logo
Tournament details
Host nation Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates
Dates March 15 – March 20
Teams 8
Champions Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates (1 title)
Tournament statistics
Games played 20

The 2009 IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia took place in Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates from 15 March to 20 March. It was the second annual event, and was run by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF).[1] United Arab Emirates won the championship, winning all five of its games and defeating Thailand in the final 5–3.

Group stageEdit

Eight participating teams were placed in the following two groups. After playing a round-robin, the teams move to the preliminary round to decide the final ranking.

     Team qualified for Medal playoffs
     Team qualified for 5th–8th playoffs

Group AEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA GDF PTS
Flag of Thailand.svg.png Thailand 3300275229
Flag of Malaysia.svg.png Malaysia 3201161156
Flag of Mongolia.svg.png Mongolia 310215963
Flag of India.svg.png India 3003134-330

All times local.

March 15, 2009 Thailand Flag of Thailand.svg.png 14 – 0
Flag of India.svg.png India
March 15, 2009 Malaysia Flag of Malaysia.svg.png 4 – 2
Flag of Mongolia.svg.png Mongolia
March 16, 2009 India Flag of India.svg.png 0 – 10
Flag of Mongolia.svg.png Mongolia
March 16, 2009 Malaysia Flag of Malaysia.svg.png 2 – 8
Flag of Thailand.svg.png Thailand
March 17, 2009 Thailand Flag of Thailand.svg.png 5 – 3
Flag of Mongolia.svg.png Mongolia
March 17, 2009 Malaysia Flag of Malaysia.svg.png 10 – 1
Flag of India.svg.png India

Group BEdit

Team GP W T L GF GA GDF PTS
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates 3300163139
Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png Hong Kong 311113674
Flag of Singapore.svg.png Singapore 31119634
Flag of Macau.svg.png Macau 3003124-230

All times local.

March 15, 2009 Hong Kong Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png 1 – 1
Flag of Singapore.svg.png Singapore
March 15, 2009 United Arab Emirates Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png 7 – 0
Flag of Macau.svg.png Macau
March 16, 2009 Macau Flag of Macau.svg.png 0 – 11
Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png Hong Kong
March 16, 2009 Singapore Flag of Singapore.svg.png 2 – 4
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates
March 17, 2009 Singapore Flag of Singapore.svg.png 6 – 1
Flag of Macau.svg.png Macau
March 17, 2009 Hong Kong Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png 1 – 5
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates

Playoff roundEdit

5th-8th placeEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

March 19, 2009 Singapore Flag of Singapore.svg.png 5 – 0
Flag of India.svg.png India
March 19, 2009 Mongolia Flag of Mongolia.svg.png 4 – 1
Flag of Macau.svg.png Macau

Seventh placeEdit

March 20, 2009 Macau Flag of Macau.svg.png 8 – 0
Flag of India.svg.png India

Fifth placeEdit

March 20, 2009 Mongolia Flag of Mongolia.svg.png 5 – 1
Flag of Singapore.svg.png Singapore

Medal playoffsEdit

Semi-finalsEdit

March 19, 2009 Thailand Flag of Thailand.svg.png 6 – 4
Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png Hong Kong
March 19, 2009 United Arab Emirates Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png 3 – 1
Flag of Malaysia.svg.png Malaysia

Bronze medal gameEdit

March 20, 2009 Hong Kong Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png 3 – 4
Flag of Malaysia.svg.png Malaysia

Gold medal gameEdit

March 20, 2009 United Arab Emirates Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png 5 – 3
Flag of Thailand.svg.png Thailand

Final rankingsEdit

 


 2009 IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia 
Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png
United Arab Emirates
1st title


Rank Team
Gold medal icon Flag of the United Arab Emirates.svg.png United Arab Emirates
Silver medal icon Flag of Thailand.svg.png Thailand
Bronze medal icon Flag of Malaysia.svg.png Malaysia
4th Flag of Hong Kong.svg.png Hong Kong
5th Flag of Mongolia.svg.png Mongolia
6th Flag of Singapore.svg.png Singapore
7th Flag of Macau.svg.png Macau
8th Flag of India.svg.png India

ReferencesEdit

External linksEdit


IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia
Men's tournaments

2008 - 2009 - 2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 (Div. I) - 2015 (Div. I) - 2016 (Div. I)

Women's tournaments

2010 - 2011 - 2012 - 2013 - 2014 (Div. I) - 2015 (Div. I) - 2016 (Div. I)

University tournaments

2010 - 2011

U20 tournaments

2012 - 2013 - 2014

U18 tournaments

2012

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