Huang Yi-Tang 
Flash Wolves
Team-high kill total against Kingzone
July 6, 2018
Maple ended Friday's win over KZ with a 7/3/2 KDA as Talon.
Maple finished the game involved in nine of 17 kills, ending with the lowest kill participation on the team. His two assists were a team low, but Maple was focused on taking out enemy champions, not setting up kills. He led Flash Wolves with seven kills as they opened Day 2 of Rift Rivals with a win.
Team high kill total against RNG
July 5, 2018
Maple finished FW's win over RNG with a 6/1/8 KDA as Vladimir.
The veteran mid laner had a fine showing during Thursday's opening game at Rift Rivals. He was involved in 14 of 16 kills, leading Flash Wolves with six kills. His eight assists tied for the team low, but Maple was more focused on taking down RNG members than setting up kills for others.
Can't quite close it out
May 16, 2018
Maple went 7/1/5 despite losing to Fnatic on Monday.
Maple's Zoe was a treat to watch this game, as he started off finding first blood in a 2-vs-2 skirmish and shortly followed up with a solo kill. His skillshots continued to be on point all game long, and he found isolated picks as well as success in teamfights. Unfortunately, a pair of Baron steals prevented Flash Wolves from taking a meaningful advantage despite a game-long kill lead, and Fnatic took the game.
Can't continue fast start
May 15, 2018
Maple ended Tuesday's loss to Team Liquid with a 2/3/6 KDA as Swain.
Maple finished the game involved in eight of nine kills, tying for the team high kill participation. His two kills were tied for the second most, while his six assists were also the second highest total. Maple got off to a good start but struggled through the mid and late game.
Unable to match Xiaohu's roams
May 14, 2018
Maple finished Flash Wolves' loss to RNG with a 1/3/2 KDA as Malzahar.
Maple had a hard time matching the roaming pressure of Xiaohu, hurting Flash Wolves' chances from an early stage. Maple was involved in three of four kills, tying for the team-high in kills, assists, kill participation, and deaths.
Completes the team composition
May 13, 2018
Maple ended with a 3/0/10 KDA in Flash Wolves' Sunday victory over Kingzone.
Maple's Galio pick was the glue that held Flash Wolves' potent dive composition together. He added some much-needed crowd control, while simultaneously giving added protection to Betty's Kog'Maw, knockups for Hanabi's Yasuo, and the freedom to engage to Moojin's Kha'Zix. As such an integral part of the team, it was a cinch for Maple to rack up the assists in Flash Wolves' numerous teamfight victories, ending 3/0/10 on 16 FW kills.
Annihilates EVOS on Taliyah
May 11, 2018
Maple finished FW's win over EVOS with a 12/0/5 KDA as Taliyah.
Maple was nothing short of destructive during the opening match of MSI group stage. He was unkillable, ending the game involved in 17 of 22 kills to lead Flash Wolves in kill participation. Maple's 12 kills were a team high as Flash Wolves got off to a dominant start at MSI.
Gives Misfits the chance to come back
October 14, 2017
Maple went 3/2/1 on Ryze in Flash Wolves' Saturday loss to Misfits.
Maple played well overall this game on Ryze, picking up three of his team's four kills and nabbing an assist on the final one. However, he also made a couple of bizarre errors, one of which proved incredibly costly. First there was his Realm Warp in an early skirmish that delivered him and his teammates onto a Miasma and Petrifying Gaze, but this wasn't punished overly hard. Later on, however, when Flash Wolves had Baron and were starting to run away with the game with a 1-3-1 split-push, Maple's insanely greedy pathing and slow reaction time caused him to give up a kill to Misfits, stopping FW's push short of an inhibitor take and allowing Misfits a chance to hold on.
Roaming machine in upset win
October 14, 2017
Maple put up a 3/2/9 KD in Flash Wolves' victory against TSM on Saturday at the 2017 World Championship.
Maple was yet another member of Flash Wolves that absolutely dominated the opposition in this game on Saturday. While he was up against one of the best mid laners in the world in Bjergsen, Maple wasn't fazed one bit. Rather than even focus on his lane alone, he made an early roam down to the bottom lane that netted him two kills and a huge lead for his team. There was simply no stopping what he and his team were putting out here in this game. They may still be eliminated from playoff contention, but they certainly the part of spoiler well in this one.
Deathless in defeat
October 12, 2017
Maple ended Flash Wolves' Friday loss to TSM with a KDA of 2/0/4.
Maple's Corki was fantastic to watch, up against Bjergsen's Syndra. He held steady early on in CS before eventually overtaking his counterpart, and even landed a stellar trade onto Bjergsen to nearly force him out of lane entirely. Later on, his damage in teamfights was tremendous, and his smart use of Teleport to take two inhibitors while TSM was on Baron could've kept Flash Wolves in the game, had Betty not been caught out shortly after.
Unkillable on Taliyah
July 7, 2017
Maple finished Flash Wolves' win against WE on Friday with a flawless 2/0/6 KDA.
Roaming was the name of the game for Flash Wolves in this game. Not only did Karsa roam all over the map to push his team ahead by way of the jungler, but Maple also roamed well on his Taliyah. While he was a bit quiet in the early game, once the mid and late game hit, Maple detached himself from the mid lane and went up top to help out MMD. This help from Maple was enough to keep MMD ahead in his lane during this phase of the game, which is the route that FW took to victory. With a gold lead in place, all they needed was a Baron and a nice teamfight win to lock down the win.
Snowballs early lead
May 19, 2017
Maple ended Sunday's win over GAM with a 6/2/11 KDA as LeBlanc.
Maple snowballed a kill and three assists during an early-game teamfight to dominate GAM throughout a quick victory. He picked off Optimus in the mid game for an assist and had two assists during a bottom-lane dive in the mid game. Eight of his 11 assists came in teamfights, with all six kills coming in the game's 5-vs-5 fights, helping FW easily dominate.
The Demon King slayer
May 16, 2017
Maple looked like best player in the world vs. SKT by going 6/0/6 in a win over SKT on Saturday.
Facing off against Faker is never an easy task, but Maple once again proved that if anyone can out pace the LoL bonjwa, he is the man to do it. Not only did the FW mid star in the upset victory versus the 2016 world champs, he did it with aplomb by leading his team in kills, kill participation, gold and damage dealt. He displayed excellent mechanics with Syndra by knowing how and when he could apply kill pressure. During teamfights, he landed perfect stuns multiple times, which left SKT players watching their champions as their health bars drained.
Solid, but outshined
May 15, 2017
Maple earned a 3/2/7 KDA in Flash Wolves' loss to TSM on Sunday.
On Syndra against Bjergsen's Ahri, Maple had a solid laning phase, shoving in Bjergsen early to take a CS lead and land favorable trades. He also got an early assist onto his opponent in a gank. He continued to put out damage in teamfights, and helped his team out to a large lead, even stealing Baron at one point. However, Bjergsen kept his team in the game with beautiful backline dives, and eventually took out the Flash Wolves.
Clean and quiet
May 13, 2017
Maple casually achieved a 4/1/9 KDA in a win versus TSM on Thursday.
Maple was laning against Bjergsen, so he had to be a bit reserved in his early aggression. However as always, he displayed great synergy with the FW jungler and was able tilt the lane to his favor. As the game progressed, he used realm warp time and time again to clean up kills that his teammates left on the map.
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