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    Posts Tagged ‘alex kim’

    High1 2009-10

    Posted by japanstats on 2009 August 17日 Monday

    High1 has announced their new additions to the team for the 2009-10 season. The team has kept one import in Alex Kim (15G+21A=36P, 13th in the league) but has made a wholesale change on the rest of their import lineup.

    Returning to the team after a season in Europe is Tim Smith, he rocked the league with his brother Bud for 2 seasons from 2006-08 (63GP 106P). Joining Tim as the new imports are veteran centre Trevor Gallant and young defenceman Jeremy Van Hoof.

    The team is also undergoing a major uphaul with many veterans leaving the team and 5 Korean rookies entering the fray. Also joining the club are stranded Seibu Prince Rabbits defenceman Yuya Yamada (25GP 3A) and rookie forward Hiroki Ueno (24GP 16+14=30 at Waseda University) who had signed on to play for Seibu but had the misfortune of the team folding before he ever wore their sweater.

    It’ll be intersting to see how this new, younger version of High1 will fare in the upcoming season, though with top dog Seibu gone, the team should see its fortunes improve from the 5th place finish (13-4-19) and first round elimination from the playoffs it suffered this season.

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    Anyang Halla forfeits a game

    Posted by japanstats on 2008 September 22日 Monday

    The new season has just begun for the Asia League, and already there is already controversy with more potential trouble brewing (maybe).

    The issue is Anyang Halla forfeiting their game against High1 in only the second game of the season after High1 scored an apparently controversial goal late in what must’ve been an entertaining match up to that point. But the Halla coach disputed this goal and refused to continue with the game, thus forfeiting the game. 3 points for a regulation win will be awarded to High1, and all individual records from the game will not be counted. The finalized decision will come from the rules committee of Asia League on a later date. (Loosely translated and added more facts to the last paragraph from this AL press release covering Sunday’s actions which briefly exlains the forfeited game. Looking at the game sheet the 59:59 goal was an empty netter, and Halla coach received a delay of game penalty at 60:00 presumably for not putting his team back on the ice, so it’s anyone’s guess as to what actually transpired, we’ll need some solid firsthand information from the rink.)

    The original brief explanation on the forfeited game in the press release:

    ■「High1 対 アニャンハルラ」 高陽アイスリンク/韓国

    この試合は、試合終了間際のHigh1 のゴールを巡り、ハルラが試合続行を拒否したため、没収試合となりました。

    High1 を勝利扱いとなります。個人記録は全て無効です。

    審議委員会の競技結果等は後日、お知らせいたします。

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    Anyang Cup 2008 missing game results

    Posted by japanstats on 2008 September 9日 Tuesday

    Details of missing game results here. 

    Good to see Kuwabara and Alex Kim doing well at High1, Wade Flaherty played part of the game against High1 but I guess his coaching means just as much to the team and they’d want to try out their domestic goalies (EDIT: Flaherty also played the full game against the Cranes in the 0-3 loss). And Chris Yule seems to be comfortable with the Cranes recording 1G+1A against High1. Upcoming weekend is Nikko IceBuck at Seibu at Higashifushimi in west Tokyo, faceoff at 14:00.

    9.5

    HIGH1 4 (2-1,1-2,1-2) 5 EAGLES

    GK HIGH1 : Eum, Hyun Seung

    EAGLES : Tada

    Scorer ( )=assists

    HIGH1 : (1)Osterby(Kuwabara, Alex Kim) (2)Alex Kim (3)Kim, Dong Hwan(Allen, Gauvreau) (4)Kuwabara(Allen)

    EAGLES : (1)Minami(Endicott, Ishizuka) (2)Persson(Minami, Iwata) (3)Domeki(Keller, Te. Saito) (4)Kawamoto(Oikiri) (5)Domeki(Keller, Ta. Saito)

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    9.6 HIGH1 2 (0-0,0-1,2-1,0-0,0-1) 3 CRANES

    GK HIGH1 : Kanamaru

    CRANES : Kiyokawa

    Scorer ( )=assists

    HIGH1 : (1)Lee, Seung-Joon(Alex Kim, Osterby) (2)Lee, You

    CRANES : (1)Yule(Fairchild, Kitoh) (2)Fairchild(Yule)

     

    SHARKS 2 (0-1,2-3,0-1) 5 ANYANG HALLA

    GK SHARKS : Xie Ming

    HALLA : Son, Ho Sung → Kim, Sun Ki

    Scorer ( )=assists

    SHARKS : (1)Fu, Nan(Wang, Jiang) (2)Zhang, Weiyang(Wang, Jiang)

    HALLA : (1)Kim, Ki Sung(Park, Woo Sang, Fast) (2)Kim, Ki Sung(Park, Woo Sang) (3)Kim, Ki Sung(Yoon, Kyung Won, Kim, Han Sung) (4)Martinec(Kim Kyu Hun, Song, Dong Hwan) (5)Yoon, Kyung Won(Kim, Han Sung, Fast)

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