Halla goes for record 5th season title
Anyang Halla can set a few team and personal records tonight when they host the Daeymung killer Whales at 7 pm in Anyang, South Korea.
With a win Halla will become the first team with 5 regular season titles as well as set a team record with 34 wins (Sakhalin recorded 34 wins in 2015/16). Park Woo-Sang is still in the hunt for his 100th career goal. Ahn Jin-Hui is a point away from 100 and Mike Radja needs 3 assists for 100.
The first year Daemyung Killer Whales, after sweeping High1 to close out their home schedule, dropped all 6 games in Japan and are likely to finish 8th in the standings. Adam Estoclet and Brett Parnham are 6th and 7th in league scoring.
Icebucks look for 2nd consecutive playoff spot
The Nikko Icebucks can lock up the 6th and final playoff spot with a win against te China Dragon tonight in Beijing at 6:30 CST/7:30 JST.
The Dragon have not made the playoffs in their 8 season existence.