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Anyang Halla

  • Year of foundation: 1994
  • Colours: Blue, gold, white
  • Club status: active
  • Address: 1023, Bisan-3dong, Dongan-gu
    Anyang City, Gyeonggi-do, Korea
  • Phone: +82 031 381 6192 3
  • Fax: +82 031 381 6091
  • Email: master@anyanghalla.com
  • WWW: Anyang Halla

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Season 2019-2020

Club teams

This club in 2019-2020: Asia League

Recent gamesseason 2019-2020
Feb. 22 20 | 17:00Anyang Halla - Oji Eagles3-1
Feb. 23 20 | 15:30Anyang Halla - Oji Eagles4-5
Feb. 25 20 | 19:00Anyang Halla - Oji Eagles3-2
Current rosterseason 2019-2020
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GJong Hun Chun30.10.1998182 cm75 kgleft
GMatt Dalton04.07.1986185 cm86 kgleft
GHyun Ho Hwang03.09.1990173 cm70 kgleft
GHyoun Seop Shim20.05.1997187 cm92 kgleft
22DHyung Gon Cho23.06.1990181 cm92 kgleft
82DJin Woo Choi04.11.1996181 cm85 kgleft
5DWon Jun Kim04.05.1991180 cm81 kgright
61DDon Ku Lee07.02.1988180 cm95 kgleft
6DTroy Milam30.06.1980183 cm84 kgright
58DHee Doo Nam28.03.1997185 cm78 kgleft
63DJin Kyu Park18.12.1991167 cm56 kgleft
44DAlex Plante09.05.1989190 cm102 kgright
29RDEric Regan20.5.1988188 cm93 kgright
3DHyeong Cheol Song28.01.1996180 cm70 kgright
27FJin Hui Ahn06.03.1991180 cm84 kgright
87FMin Ho Cho (C)04.01.1987175 cm83 kgright
92FYoon Seok Kang23.09.1992182 cm74 kgright
19FSang Wook Kim21.04.1988180 cm85 kgleft
10FHyung Joon Kim27.04.1987172 cm69 kgleft
20FMin Cheol Kim24.10.1995175 cm80 kgleft
1FKi Sung Kim14.05.1985178 cm83 kgleft
13CYoung Jun Lee03.01.1991184 cm78 kgright
84FHyun Seung Lee05.07.1991172 cm84 kgright
67FKuk Hwan Mun30.09.1988160 cm55 kgright
47FSang Hoon Shin01.08.1993170 cm77 kgright
35FHyung Yun Shin29.08.1990182 cm80 kgleft
96FSang Woo Shin12.12.1987175 cm78 kgleft
9FBill Thomas23.06.1983188 cm88 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Ho Sung Son23.11.1982Assistant Coach
Chang Bum Kim25.07.1972GM
Woo Jae Kim25.11.1979Assistant Coach
Patrik Martinec04.09.1971Head Coach
Woo Sang Park30.05.1985Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

Anyang Sports Complex Arena

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  • Adress: Bisan3-dong
  • Capacity: 3500
  • Opened in: 2000

Retired Numbers: 91 Shim Eui-sik

  • from 1993 to 1997: Mando Winia
  • from 1997 to 2004: Halla Winia
  • from 2004 to 2005: Anyang Halla Winia
  • from 2005 to present: Anyang Halla
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Asia League finals canceled

The Asian League Ice Hockey has decided to cancel the playoff final, which was scheduled to be held on February 29, due to concerns about the spread of the new coronavirus infection in Japan and overseas.

(26 Feb 2020)

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)

Tohoku Free Blades wins championship

Tohoku Free Blades of Japan beat Anyang Halla of South Korea for the third consecutive game to win the Asia League title.

(24 Mar 2015)

Halla gets three players back from Finland

Three players that went to Finland have returned to Anyang Halla. Tuesday night they announced that Donku Lee (D), Woosang Park (F), and Minho Cho (F) would be rejoining the team. After attending try-outs in Finland the three players return to Halla having only missed the first 2 games of the season.

(18 Sep 2012)

Halla injuries short term

Yong-jun Lee is expected to recover in about 2 weeks, while Jin-ho Jeon is expected to be able to return to the ice after 3-4 days rest after being carried from ice on a stretcher Sunday night in Anyang.

(10 Sep 2012)

Nikko Icebucks to Asia League Finals

Nikko Icebucks of Japan lost the first two semi finals of the Asia League to Korean Anyang Halla but managed to win the next three games to qualify for the finals against Oji Eagles. Today's game was won 4-3.

(11 Mar 2012)

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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Fast factsseason 2019-2020

Anyang Halla participates in season 2019-2020: Asia League


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