Asia League Hockey Transfers – August 8

This is a list of the transfers we were able to confirm at the time of publishing this article. All details here were found through team websites/social media or confirmed by players themselves. This will be updated as more information/team rosters are released If you have any more confirmed transfers/signings, please contact

Asia League attendance up last season!

    Team 2014/15 % 2015/16 2016/17 China Dragon 38,457 -4.74%  36,635 32,036 -12.6% Nikko Icebucks 30,318 6.96% 32,429 34,773 7.23% Oji Eagles 29,250 -0.67%  29,055 30,232 4.1% Nippon Paper Cranes 27,480 -2.43%  26,812 29,583 10.3% Sakhalin 18,943 32.1%  25,014 23,970 -4.17%% Tohoku Free Blades 22,757 1.75  23,155 25,126 8.51% Anyang Halla 15,539  8.3% 16,824 13,272 -21.1% High1 15,353  -50.8% 7,560 7,252 -4.1% Daemyung Sangmu 7,553 -30.9%  5,215  - - Daemyung Killer Whales -  - - 9,405 - LEAGUE 205,741 -1.3% 202,999 205,649 1.3%  

Asia League games tonight 12/29

Tonight Mike Radja will make his debut for Anyang Halla, and the team will retire Jung Byung-Chun's number 10 vs High1 on a night of  possible  major milestones for High1 and Halla players alike. High1 sits in seventh place, 8 points out of a playoff spot with 18 games remaining but a