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Emirates Hockey League
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|17 Oct 2018 |||Luca Ciani (F)||Dubai Vipers||Abu Dhabi Scorpions|
|17 Oct 2018 |||Philipp Mielenz (D)||White Bears Dubai||Abu Dhabi Scorpions|
|17 Oct 2018 |||Cale Wright (F)||Did not play||Abu Dhabi Scorpions|
|17 Oct 2018 |||Suhail Al Mehairi (F)||Abu Dhabi Storms||Abu Dhabi Scorpions|
The Emirates Ice Hockey League is the national ice hockey league of the United Arab Emirates. Founded in 2009, it consists of five teams: the Abu Dhabi Scorpions, the Dubai Oilers (previously Al Ain Vipers), the Dubai Mighty Camels, the Abu Dhabi Storms, and the Al Ain Theebs. The Scorpions, Vipers and Mighty Camels are composed of expatriate players working in the UAE, while the Storms and Theebs include Emirati players, and form the Emirati national team.
Dubai Mighty Camels won Emirates Hockey League
The iconic Dubai Mighty Camels won the fourth title of Emirates Hockey League, becoming the major winner of the competition, sweeping regular season champion Al Ain Theebs in two games of the final, 7-3 and 8-2. In the semifinals both teams needs 3 games to defeat Abu Dhabi Scorpions and Abu Dhabi Storm respectively.
Al Ain Theebs Russian forward Artur Zainutdinov finished as Top scorer with remarkable 60 points (43+17) in 14 game
Mighty Camels win Emirates League
A goal at 40:29 by Canadian Ross Macmillan gives the Dubai Mighty Camels the victory 3-2 in the decisive game #3 of finals against reigning champion Dubai Oilers and the title of 2015-16 champion of Emirates Hockey League, the third in Mighty Camels history. Russian Nikita Klyuchnikov of White Bears Dubai was the Top Scorer of the League with 51 points (28+23) in 12 games of regular season. White Bears were eliminated in playoffs semifinals by Oilers(25 Feb 2016)
- Youngest player: Abdulrahman Al Hosani (18 years)
- Oldest player: Michael Jabri-Pickett (52 years)
- Shortest player: Theyab Al Sabousi (164 cm)
- Tallest player: Aaron Agnew (193 cm)
- Nationalities: Belarus (4), Canada (38), Croatia (4), Czech Republic (2), Finland (4), France (1), Great Britain (3), Germany (1), Latvia (1), Macedonia (1), Oman (1), Russia (3), Slovenia (1), Slovakia (5), Sweden (1), United Arab Emirates (34), Ukraine (2), USA (8)