The Sport Corner Siam Hockey League turned the page on an eventful 2019, and began 2020 with what will be an exciting race to the finish. The excitement has spread across the world as the Thailandtv.tv broadcast numbers have increased every week and the SHL is now available to be watched live on every continent.
As the calendar turns to the season home stretch, the SHL standings see Novotel Spitfires in first place with a record of eight wins and four losses. Peak Biolabs sits at 7-5, Hertz, the defending champions are at 6-6 and Aware is 3-9. The race for the top statistical category awards is also tight. For the top points award, Aware veteran Corry Day has 19 points, three points more than Peak surprise points leader Jesse Starosta. After Starosta, the race is very tight with Novotel winger Bill Bredesen at 15, and Novotel’s Mike Freeson and Peak captain Harrison Oztemel both at 14.