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Recent transfersShow all transfers»
09 Jan 2019 | Young Jun Lee  (F) Daemyung Killer Whalesarrowunknown
30 Dec 2018 | Nikolai Lemtyugov  (F) KHL Medvescak ZagrebarrowAnyang Halla
22 Nov 2018 | Denis Akimoto  (D) Nippon Paper CranesarrowHK Zagłębie Sosnowiec
12 Nov 2018 | Airat Badegiev  (D) Molot-Prikamie PermarrowPSK Sakhalin
League leaders |  season 2018-2019 all time stats
# Player name Pos Team GP G A P PIM +/-
1.Dominic ForgetCOji Eagles3416193524
2.Kirill StartsevLWHigh133211132187
3.Bill ThomasFAnyang Halla3419133212
4.Michael SwiftCDaemyung Killer Whales349233254
5.Timofei ShishkanovLWTohoku Free Blades3213183116
6.Alexei YeryominFPSK Sakhalin341219310
7.Roman LyuduchinRWHigh1279223122
8.Sang Wook KimFAnyang Halla3415153024
9.Maxim YushkovFPSK Sakhalin3382230111
10.Seiji TakahashiFOji Eagles3112172918
Show all stats for season 2018-2019
League standings stage:
# Club G W W-OTL-OTL Score P
1Daemyung Killer Whales341915981:60 64
2PSK Sakhalin3416369100:75 60
3Anyang Halla3415621190:69 59
4Nippon Paper Cranes3413651093:77 56
5Oji Eagles3411631487:94 48
6High13413241579:88 47
7Nikko Icebucks348541776:110 38
8Tohoku Free Blades349331973:106 36
Last updated: 14 Mar 2019, 18:19

The league was formed in 2003 when the Japanese JIHL lost in popularity and the Korea Ice Hockey League folded. Nippon Paper Cranes was the first champion. In 2010 Anyang Halla from  Korea was the first non-Japanese team to win the championship. In 2011 the finals were cancelled due to an earth quake. The finalists Tohoku Free Blades and Anyang Halla were both named champions.

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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)
 

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)
 

Further Delays in Asia League Schedule

Earlier in the season, the League delayed several games involving the Chinese and Japanese teams due to rising political tensions. While some of those games have been played already, further games have been delayed. Two games scheduled December 29 and 30 are being pushed back to February 2 and 3.

(30 Nov 2012)
 

High1 pound China

It started just 9 seconds into the game and never stopped. High1 relentlessly out-shot China Dragon 51 to 32 and scored 9 goals. Inoue stopped all 32 shots he faced. Barney had a hat trick and an assist for 4 points. Yu-won Lee had 2 goals and an assist, and Swift had 4 assists. Mid-game Dragon defense Kumagai received a 5 minute major for hi-sticking and a game misconduct. This is one of the Dragon's worst losses of the season, the other being a 10-1 loss to the Blades.

(29 Nov 2012)
 

East China sea conflict causes Asia League to post-pone games

The Asia League has post-poned another set of games due to the growing Japan China conflict over a set of uninhabited islands. This weekend the Eagles were to play in China, but the league has postponed the games until the middle of November and end of December. Last week three games against the Cranes were rescheduled until January.

(28 Sep 2012)
 

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)
 

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)
 

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)
 

Ueno suspended for 10 games

Hiroki Ueno of the Nikko Ice Bucks has been suspended for 10 games as a result of a match penalty he recieved on Saturday night against China Dragon. Ueno received the penalty for 550-f, abuse of officials and unsportsmanlike conduct by players.

(14 Sep 2012)
14 Mar 2019PSK Sakhalin - Nippon Paper Cranes4-3 OT
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