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Season 2018-2019

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This club in 2018-2019: Asia League

 
Recent gamesseason 2018-2019
Jan. 25 19 | 19:10PSK Sakhalin - High15-2
Jan. 26 19 | 17:10PSK Sakhalin - High16-3
Jan. 28 19 | 19:10PSK Sakhalin - High13-0
Current rosterseason 2018-2019
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GTomas Duba02.07.1981183 cm80 kgleft
GJae Ik Han08.06.1991172 cm70 kgleft
GYoshihiro Kuroiwa10.09.1993178 cm68 kgleft
33DYuya Ariyoshi06.05.1987180 cm76 kgleft
72DByung Jun Bae22.03.1995183 cm75 kgright
56DChul Jun Kim06.06.1991185 cm88 kgright
57DGeon Woo Kim14.02.1995180 cm78 kgleft
6DTroy Milam30.06.1980183 cm84 kgright
77DAnton Poleshchuk21.02.1987180 cm85 kgleft
38DMaxim Rybalko16.09.1986187 cm90 kgright
71DKyoung Jun Seo01.11.1995177 cm70 kgleft
17FHan Soo Ban25.11.1993176 cm68 kgright
32FHyeon Kuk Cho01.04.1992171 cm68 kgright
28FKazuki Kawamura30.04.1994172 cm63 kgright
10FHyung Joon Kim27.04.1987172 cm69 kgleft
16FTae An Kwon (C)18.02.1985175 cm83 kgleft
24FChan Hwi Lee01.12.1990180 cm75 kgleft
88FRoman Lyuduchin04.05.1988183 cm83 kgleft
52FSe Ahn Oh12.05.1992177 cm75 kgleft
55FSergei Paior29.06.1984181 cm85 kgleft
7FSang Jin Park31.07.1989171 cm70 kgleft
22FJong Soo Park22.02.1991178 cm80 kgleft
21LWKirill Startsev21.09.1989179 cm84 kgright
13FSergei Topol15.02.1985185 cm83 kgleft
11FJi Man Yoon11.01.1991175 cm77 kgleft
91FJung Yun Yum06.11.1991179 cm80 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Eui Sik Shin20.11.1976Assistant Coach
Young Ho Bae25.11.1972Head Coach

* no longer in the club

  • from 2004 to 2007: Kangwon Land
  • from 2007 to present: High1
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Anyang Halla won Korea Open Championship

Anyang Halla won the 71th edition of Korean Open Championship, the national competition involving Asia League clubs and not professional clubs. Anyang won 5-2 against Korea University, the only not professional team qualified after preliminary round, in the semifinals, before to route High1 5-0, with all goals in the central period. High1 reached the final by beating 5-3 Daemyung Killer Whales. This is the ninth title for Anyang, after the last won in 2014

(22 Nov 2016)
 

Swift given 1 game suspension

After receiving 32 minutes in penalties related to a roughing call in Wednesday's game against the Eagles, High1 forward Michael Swift received a 1 game suspension for rule 528-h which relates to "A player who grabs or holds the face mask or helmet or pulls the hair of an opponent". He will miss the September 29 game against the Cranes in Japan.

(20 Sep 2012)
 

Eagles thrash High1 at home

Oji Eagles completed a three game sweep of High1 on Wednesday night when they defeated them 8-4. High1 took an early lead but saw it evaporate quickly as the Eagles tied it up by the end of the first and secured a lead mid-way through the second. Oji got two goals from Hashimoto and Takahashi while Cavosi and Saito each had 3 assits. Suh managed to get a couple goals for High1. Swift failed to get a single point during the game and was ejected early in the third period receiving a 2 minute roughing penalty, a 10 minute misconduct and a 20 minute game misconduct. Kawashima for the Eagles also took a 10 minute misconduct as part of the altercation. Despite a lop-sided second period which saw the Eagles get five goals on only eight shots, the Eagles outshot High1 49-47.

(19 Sep 2012)
 

High1 shut out at home, besieged with 73 shots

Masahito was perfect for the Eagles as he turned away 48 shots for the Eagles. Inoue did his best, but couldn't withstand the 73 shot barrage from the Eagles but got away with only letting in three. Swift was kept off the scoreboard despite making eight shots, but still received two 2-minute minor penalties and a 10-minute misconducta at the end of the game for roughing. Domeki had nine shots for the Eagles but failed to find the back of the net.

(17 Sep 2012)
 

Leads 3-0 but loses - twice

For the second day in a row High1 leads the Asia League game 3-0 but loses 4-3. Yesterday Cranes won 4-3 in the shootout and today Eagles won 4-3 in overtime.

(29 Jan 2012)
 

Triple success for High1

South Korean High1 played the Asia League leaders Nikko Icebucks three times this weekend and won all three; 6-2, 6-5 and 6-3.

Nikko is still in the lead of the league and High1 advanced to third place.

(16 Oct 2011)
 

Asia League 2011-2012

The new season of Asia League started today. Nippon Paper Cranes only scored once but that was enough to take an early lead of the league standings as they were the only team to win 3 points. The results: Free Blades-Paper Cranes 0-1, Anyang Halla-High1 4-3 (OT), Eagles-Icebucks 3-4 (SO).

(17 Sep 2011)
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High1 participates in season 2018-2019: Asia League

 
 
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