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|Association||Saudi Arabian Ice Hockey Association|
|Head coach||Hani Al Yamani|
|Most points||Salama Sultan (4)|
| Kuwait 10 - 3 Saudi Arabia |
(Kuwait City, Kuwait; May 25, 2010)
| Saudi Arabia 3 - 1 Oman |
(Kuwait City, Kuwait; May 29, 2010)
| United Arab Emirates 14 - 1 Saudi Arabia |
(Kuwait City, Kuwait; May 27, 2010)
|Gulf Ice Hockey Championship|
|Appearances||1 (first in 2010)|
|International record (W-L-T)|
Saudi Arabia played its first game in 2010 during the Gulf Ice Hockey Championship which was held in Kuwait City, Kuwait. Saudi Arabia played three games losing their opener against Kuwait 10-3. In their second game in the tournament Saudi Arabia were beaten by a larger margin then the first, losing to the United Arab Emirates 14-1. In their final game of the tournament Saudi Arabi won their first ever international game after they defeated Oman 3-1. Saudi Arabia finished third in the four team tournament with the United Arab Emirates winning gold.
- 2010 Gulf Ice Hockey Championship; Kuwait City, Kuwait. Finish: 3rd
All-time record against other nations Edit
As of May 29, 2010
|United Arab Emirates||1||0||0||1||1||14|
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