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CHINA’S FIRST CWHL BATTLE ATTRACTS EYEBALLS;KUNLUN LOSES PENALTY KICK

24 February 2018

At 7:30a.m. October 22 on Beijing Time, Shenzhen Kunlun Red Star Women Hockey Team in Markham, Canada ushered the first match of a new era . The match versus Markham Thunder was the first match of Shenzhen Kunlun Red Star at CWHL, as well as the home opener of Thunder after moving to Markham this season.

KUNLUN PICKS UP WINNING STREAK ; VANKE LOSES THE MATCH 7-1

24 February 2018

October 6 on Beijing Time/ Erie,U. S./ Sun Jiaxuan(reporter)
At 22:00, October 5 on Beijing Time, Shenzhen Kunlun Red Star ushered their second opponent in the preseason games-Vanke Rays. This is also the first confrontation between Kunlun Red Star and Vanke Rays in the North American Series.In the game, Rannyi, the No.91 player from the Kunlun Red Star, outdid herself, scored 4 goals successively, and ultimately helped her team beat Vanke Rays 7:1, bringing two-game winning streak before the preseason games.

Kunlun Red Star 3 HC Sochi 4

30 November 2017

Another defeat, and another hard loss to take. This game highlighted some of the best and worst of Red Star’s play this season … and despite a stirring comeback, it ended in a narrow victory for our visitor.

Take two. Pavel Vorobei – KHL’s Rookie of the Week

30 November 2017

To mark the end of the eleventh week’s play of the tenth season of the Championship (due to the season break for the Eurotour we have included performances in matches played on the 6th and 7th of the month) the Kontinental Hockey League has named the best players of the week in four categories.

Kunlun Red Star 1 Dynamo Moscow 2 (SO)

30 November 2017

The international break brought some changes to Red Star’s roster … but there was no immediate change of luck as the team returned to action on Tuesday. Not for the first time, our guys battled hard and arguably deserved better than a shoot-out defeat; once again, though, the unforgiving stats show another loss.

Kunlun Red Star 0 Dinamo Minsk 2

30 November 2017

Sometimes it feels like a team just can’t catch a break. Thursday’s encounter with Dinamo Minsk promised to be a battle between two clubs in similar positions. Both Red Star and our Belarusian visitor are scrapping for a playoff place in their respective conferences, and both had legitimate hopes of taking something from the game. Our recent form was not encouraging on paper – just one win in six coming into this match-up – but individual performances offered more grounds for hope. Each of those losses had been by a single goal, two of them had come after ties in regulation. With some more clinical finishing, with a kinder bounce of the puck, the whole picture might have looked very different.

Kunlun Red Star 1 SKA St. Petersburg 8

30 November 2017

When our club was formed – and don’t forget that the organization is still a little way short of its second birthday – one of the major reasons behind creating a KHL team was the chance to witness hockey at its best. Of course, the ultimate aim was and is to establish a strong team here in China, to turn Red Star into an outfit capable of challenging for honors. But, along the way, it was understood that the way to introduce hockey to a new audience meant bringing some of the best players in the world to arenas in Shanghai and Beijing, and allowing the Chinese public to witness the skill, commitment and excitement of our sport in person.

Kunlun Red Star 1 Lokomotiv Yaroslavl 4

30 November 2017

Goals change games. It’s one of the oldest truisms in the book, yet once again it proved itself in Friday’s meeting with Lokomotiv. The visitor, which handed only a second ever KHL start to rookie goalie Ilya Konovalov, had the teenager to thank for a brilliant early save to deny Brandon DeFazio. Had the youngster failed to reach that one …

Slovan Bratislava 2 Kunlun Red Star 1 OT

30 November 2017

In times of trouble, ‘Go west!’ was often the cry. From the old world to the new, then from the densely populated cities of the east coast to the wide expanses of the west. For Red Star, a run of 14 losses in 16 games certainly represented trouble, and the schedule ordered our longest trip of the season as the team looked to uncover brighter prospects.

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