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
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.
Halla's poor season continues, Daemyung and the IceBucks rack up big scores, Sakhalin start pulling away at the top of the table
Six teams were in action this weekend with 2 matches in Korea and 1 in Russia.
Anyang Halla v Tohoku Freeblades
With Halla picking up only 1 win the previous weekend
Cranes and Halla split the difference, Eagles back on track against Daemyung, Freeblades stuck in a rut to the delight of the Bucks, Sakhalin back in the groove on home ice
All teams were in action this weekend with three games in Japan and one game in Sakhalin
Nippon Paper Cranes v
Can the Cranes pick up there first regular time win or can High1 get themselves a 2nd win on the trot, Will Sakhalin hit back after losing their last 2 games at home or will the Bucks take the points in Nikko.
Nippon Paper Cranes v High1
High1 are still in Japan