Anyang Halla vs High1 12/30 Full game replay
High1 sits in seventh place, 8 points out of a playoff spot with 18 games remaining but a huge shootout win in Sakhalin on Monday could be the catalyst needed to get them moving in the right direction.
Halla is 8-2 in it’s last 10 at home and is on 3 game winning streak.
The Halla game can be seen live at Anyang Halla youtube. The game is at 7pm Korea Standard Time (5 AM Eastern for people in Toronto and New York)
|200 Goals||199||Mike Swift||High1|
|150 Points||148||Eric Regan||Halla|
|150 Assists||148||Bryan Young||High1|
|100 Assists||98||Lee Don-Ku||Halla|
|100 Goals||99||Park Woo-Sang||Halla|
|100 Points||99||Shin Sang-hoon||Halla|
The other game today sees the old rivals Oji Eagles and Nippon Paper Cranes in Kobe, Japan 18:30 JST. This is the final game in the six game regular season series which has seen the Eagles at 5-0. The Eagles are the hottest team over the past 10 games with an 8-2 record but the Cranes are also flying at 7-3.
Tonight’s possible milestones for Eagles and Cranes
|300 Points||297||Shuhei Kuji||Eagles|
|400 Games||399||Sho Sato||Eagles|
Anyang Halla recently signed university graduates Kim Young-Jun (#76) and Lee Kang-Soo (#81).
Kim is a 22 year-old defenceman from Korea University. The 178 cm rookie has represented Korea twice in international competitions, WJC-18 D2A and WJC-20 D2B. winning gold both times and registering 10 points in 10 games.
Forward Lee Kang-Soo played for Fox Cities High School in Appleton, Wisconsin for two seasons before playing at Yonsei University and playing for the gold medal winning Korea National team at the WJC-20 D2B in 2013/14.
Li Hang has come over from the China Dragon as part of an ongoing development agreement between the Free Blades and Dragon. The agreement sends Japanese players to China and vice versa to assist the Chinese with training and development.
(Photo: Oji Eagles Facebook)
Nagano, Japan – The Oji Eagles won their 36th title and first in four years in a exciting battle against the Nikko Icebucks.
|3rd||Tohoku Free Blades|
|4th||Nippon Paper Cranes|
In the only Asia League action of the past week, PSC Sakhalin took all three games against the Dragon in Qiqihar.
Game 1 saw Roman Alekseev and Daniil Metliuk each bag 2 goals and add 2 assists. Andrei Golyshev and Ruslan Bernikov also scored 2 a piece in the 11-3 routing. The Dragon needed to use both goalkeepers to get through the game.
Game 2 was a little more defensive but Sakhalin prevailed as Ruslan Bernikov, Alexey Tkachuk and Alexei Eremin had 3 points each. Denis Korovaev earned his 10th win of the year while Michio Hashimoto took his 24th loss.
Game 3 A run and gun game with eight special teams goals. Scott Barney figured in on every Dragon goal and led all players with a goal and four assists. Kevin Quick added a goal and three assists or China as well.
Sergejs Pecura scored a hat trick and added an assist and Kirill Voronin notched four helpers to led Sakhalin players.
Han Pengfie took the loss and Andrei Stelmakh the win.