Mario Beaulac shut out Beijing Trans Rail to lift the Formosa Flyers to a perfect 3-0 record in the round robin programme of the Hong Kong Fives tournament. The goaltender stopped 16 shots in the Flyers' 6-0 win. 'We are happy with the wins but we are also hoping our best game is yet to come,' said Formosa defenceman Chris York after the game played in front of about 300 fans at the Dragon Centre in Shamshuipo. 'The feeling on the team is that we are good enough to beat any other team in the tournament, including Hong Kong Budweiser.' Budweiser also finished the round robin with a 3-0 record. Beaulac now takes his shutout streak into the single-game knockout round that decides which teams advance to today's International Division and Asian Division games. Dwayne Ripley and Paul Gibson scored two goals each for Formosa, made up mostly of expatriate players from Taipei and Taejung. Bill Beuchamp and Richard Algajer also scored for Formosa, who led 3-0 going into the final period. Formosa beat Hong Kong Yellow Pages 2-0 and Bangkok Dragons 6-0 on Thursday. York said the players were still getting used to the small ice surface at the Skyrink in the Dragon Centre. 'It is tough to get into a flow on this ice. It is a lot of back-and-forth passing and stop-start skating,' he said. 'Yellow Pages seem to be more used to it and started faster than us yesterday but they had a couple of breakdowns at the end and we managed to capitalise.' The bulk of the Formosa lineup are Canadians, like York, but there are also two Americans and one Swede. Their team is drawn from a pool of about 25 players. By comparison, the two top Hong Kong International Division teams have a pool of about 100. Today's games begin at 8 am, with the Asian final at 3 pm and the International final at 4 pm.