The opening game of the Coal India Hockey India League 2016 was played on Monday and was no less than an edge-of-the-seat thriller. In a nail-biting encounter where seven goals were scored, the Uttar Pradesh Wizards made a terrific comeback to beat hosts Kalinga Lancers 8-6 (2 points for a goal being scored according to
The fourth season of the Coal India Hockey India League kicks off tomorrow. The new-look league comes with new squads, new coaches and also with an increase in the tournament prize money. At the end of the three-year contract period, Fresh auctions were held and teams managed to retain a handful of players along with
The Hockey India League concluded with the Ranchi Rays claiming the title. The penalty shoot-out was perhaps a fitting end to what was an exciting tournament. Hockey India League: The Good- Ranchi Rays, UP Wizards And Punjab Warriors Ranchi Rays In terms of performances put up, there is absolutely no doubt that the Punjab Warriors
As the third season of the Hero Hockey India League enters its final week, the top 4 teams that will be playing the semi finals have been determined. Uttar Pradesh Wizards, Ranchi Rays, Punjab Warriors and Delhi Waveriders will battle it out for a place in the big final. Hero Hockey India League table: End
Kalinga Lancers ended their Hockey India League 2015 campaign with a 2-1 victory over hosts Delhi Waveriders at Major Dhyan Chand National Stadium on Sunday. The Kalinga Lancers were already out of contention for the top four, even before the match began. But they showed good team spirit in winning their last game of the
India’s Go-to man in defence Gurjinder Singhconverted two penalty experts to give Kalinga Lancers a chance at qualifying.
As the battle for the semifinal spot heats up, the Kalinga Lancers took on defending champions Delhi Waveriders at the Kalinga hockey stadium in Bhubaneshwar. It was an important game for both the teams as a victory for the visitors would have improved their chances of making it to the top four. On the other
The Hero Hockey India League is into its third week and it has been a brilliant journey so far. While some teams have managed to recover from early defeats, some other teams have not been able to keep the momentum going. The Punjab Warriors have continued their stay at the no. 1 spot on the
In a turn of fates, Dabang Mumbai recorded their first win of the 2015 Hockey India League in front of their home crowd on Sunday. The win has come against Kalinga Lancers, another side that has been struggling to keep up with the other teams. A Slow-Paced Game Right from the first quarter, both teams
As if a comprehensive 3-0 lead was not enough for the Ranchi Rays, Ashley Jackson converted his third penalty corner of the match in the 41st minute, to take the game miles out of the opposition’s reach.