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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 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)

Mike Radja, Anyang Halla
Jung Byung- Chun 정병천
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

China Dragon 1st win at home: Killer Whales drop 10th straight

China Dragon 10 High1 2

(Image China Dragon FB)
(Image China Dragon FB)

China Dragon

 

 

The China Dragon got their first regulation win at home with a 10-2 thrashing of High1 in Shanghai Thursday night.  The win ended an 8 game slide by the Dragon as well as set a new team record for goals in game. The previous record of 9 goals scored occurred 10/2/2014 against Sangmu.

Bin Ishioka lead the way with a hat trick and an assist and Michio Hashimoto his second win of the season.

 

Oji Eagles 6 Daemyung Killer Whales 0

(Image Daemyung Killer Whales FB)
(Image Daemyung Killer Whales FB)

The Oji Eagles moved into third place while sending the Killer Whales to their tenth consecutive loss. Six players scored for Oji and Haga Yosuke lead all scorers with a goal and 3 assists. Narisawa Yuta record his 49th career win and 9th career shutout by turning away 29 shots. Tyler Weiman suffered his 17th loss of the season.

The teams play again Saturday and Sunday  at Seonhak International Ice Rink 선학국제빙상경기장 in Incheon, Korea. Both games are 5:00 pm starts.