As we find our way halfway (roughly) through the 2018-19 season, we sit down and take a look at who are the early contenders for the championship, who's likely to make the playoffs and who could potentially take the wooden spoon home, as well as a few other fun facts.
Asia League 2017-18 Season review
Host: David Dunne (Daithi O Duinn)
Guests: Colin Dabbs (Hockey In Asia Photographer), Pablo Sherman (Hockey In Asia Media Coordinator), David O'Flaherty, Ryan Stephenson, Yassine 'Yaz' Houri
First ever podcast so please excuse any quality issues.
For the first time in their short history Sakhalin have been crowned the regular season champions.
Although this season was only 28 games, due to the participation of Korea in the Winter Olympics, Sakhalin looked comfortable all season. Starting the season off with 2 wins against the defending champions Halla, Sakhalin
Eagles make the most of home advantage, Freeblades and Bucks rack up the goals Hachinohe, High1 pick up up their first sweep of the season.
Another weekend where 6 teams were in action, with Halla and Sakhalin sitting out this weekend.
Oji Eagles v Nippon Paper Cranes
The Eagles were home for the
Halla back in the groove, High1 and the Freeblades go tit for tat, Sakhalin maintain form to stay at the top of the table
As some of the teams hit the halfway point in their season, we take a look at the six teams that were in action this weekend.