Anyang Halla is a founding team of the Asia League. In the inaugural season of 2003/04 the team was named Halla Winia after the corporate owners and played in the Mokdong Arena in Seoul. The team finished tied for third place in the five team league with a 5-10-1 record.
Halla lost their first game 11-1 on Nov.15, 2003, at Shin-Yokohma, Japan in front of 1177 spectators. A penalty filled affair that saw the teams combine for 149 penalty minutes. Halla’s first ever goal was scored on the power play by #86 Ales Zima and assisted by #33 Miroslav Stefanka.
After a 5 -1 loss to the Icebucks, Halla scored their first league victory, 4 -1 against them on Nov.18, 2004. #96 Song Dong-Won, the current all-time leading Asia League scorer, scored the game winner on the power play midway through the first. Kim Sung-Bae turned away 37 of 38 shots to secure the win.
Halla returned to Seoul after the three game stint in Japan to host the Oji Eagles at Mokdong Arena. 2,895 people attended the game which Halla lost 5-0. Despite out shooting Oji 32-23, three quick goals at the start of the second period, cost Halla the game.
After the first season, the team moved 15 km down the highway to Anyang and changed the name to Anyang Halla where they play at the Anyang Sports Complex Arena.
Since moving to Anyang the team has won five league championships, 2009-10, 2010-11 and 2015-16, 16-17, 17-18 finished at the top of the league five times, 2009-10, 2010-11, 2014-2015, 2015-16 and 2016-17
- Asia League Ice Hockey
- 2004/05, 2005/06, 2006/07, 2007/08, 2008/09, 2009/10, 2010/11, 2011/12, 2012/13, 2013/14, 2014/15, 2015/16, 2016/17, 2017/18, 2018/19
- Anyang Sports Complex Arena 안양빙상장
Anyang Halla roster 2016-17
|1||Kim Ki-Sung 김기성||30||1985-05-14||F||177||83|
|2||Kwak Hyung-Gi 곽형기||26||1989-06-13||D||183||86|
|5||Kim Won-Jun 김원준||25||1991-05-04||D||180||81|
|8||Kim Won-Jung 김원중||31||1984-12-18||RW||180||82|
|81||Sung Woo-Je 성우제||25||1992-01-31||RW||186||90|
|14||Kim Yoon-Hwan 김윤환||31||1985-08-24||D||176||85|
|19||Kim Sang-Wook 김상욱||28||1988-04-21||C/LW||180||85|
|24||Kim Hyun-Soo 김현수||31||1984-12-09||D/F||178||85|
|25||Brock Radunske 브락 라던스키||33||1983-04-05||C/LW||196||95|
|27||Ahn Jin-Hui 안진휘||25||1991-03-06||RW||181||84|
|29||Eric Regan 에릭 리건||27||1988-05-20||D||188||93|
|35||Kim Dong-Wook 김동욱||29||1996-04-05||G||184||76|
|36||Park Woo-Sang 박우상||30||1985-05-30||C||192||88|
|44||Alex Plante 알렉스 플란트||27||1989-05-09||D||196||104|
|46||Hwang Hyun-Ho 황현호||25||1990-09-03||G||174||71|
|47||Shin Sang-Hoon 신상훈||23||1993-08-01||C/LW||171||76|
|61||Lee Don-Ku 이돈구||28||1988-02-07||D||180||90|
|67||Mun Kuk-Hwan 문국환||27||1988-09-30||C||165||72|
|86||Matt Dalton 맷 달튼||30||1986-07-04||G||187||89|
|87||Cho Min-Ho 조민호||29||1987-01-04||C||175||83|
|88||Mike Testwuide 마이크 테스트위드||30||1987-02-05||RW||196||95|
|93||Ahn Jung-Hyun 안정현||23||1993-08-20||LW/D||185||87|
|96||Shin Sang-Woo 신상우||28||1987-12-12||C||175||80|