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1998 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Flag of China China
Dates 15 – 21 March
Teams 6
Champions Flag of Korea.gif South Korea (1 title)
Tournament statistics
Games played 15
Goals scored 406  (27.07 per game)
Scoring leader(s) Flag of Korea Song Dong-hwan

The 1998 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship was the 15th edition of the IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship. It took place between 15 and 21 March 1998 in Harbin, China. The tournament was won by South Korea, who claimed their first title by finishing first in the standings. Japan and China finished second and third respectively.

OverviewEdit

The 1998 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship began on 15 March 1998 in Harbin, China.[1] The under-18 teams of New Zealand and Thailand made their debut appearance at the Championships and in international competition. South Korea won the tournament after winning four of their five games and drawing their game against Japan. South Korea won their first title having previously finished second on four other occasions.[1] Japan finished second behind South Korea on goal difference and China finished third after losing to South Korea and Japan.[1] Thailand who finished last also suffered the largest defeat of the tournament against South Korea, losing 0 – 92.[1]

Song Dong-hwan of South Korea finished as the top scorer for the tournament with 56 points including 44 goals and 12 assists.[1]

StandingsEdit

Rk Team GP W T L GF GA GDF PTS
Gold medal icon Flag of Korea.gif South Korea 5 4 1 0 148 4 +144 9
Silver medal icon Flag of Japan.gif Japan 5 4 1 0 130 3 +127 9
Bronze medal icon Flag of China.gif China 5 3 0 2 69 12 +57 6
4 Flag of Australia.jpg Australia 5 2 0 3 42 60 –18 4
5 Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand 5 1 0 4 14 110 –96 2
6 Flag of Thailand.png Thailand 5 0 0 5 3 217 –214 0

FixturesEdit

Reference[1]

New Zealand Flag of New Zealand.gif 0 – 26
Flag of China.gif China Harbin
Australia Flag of Australia.jpg 0 – 25
Flag of Japan.gif Japan Harbin
South Korea Flag of Korea.gif 92 – 0
Flag of Thailand.png Thailand Harbin
Japan Flag of Japan.gif 38 – 0
Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand Harbin
South Korea Flag of Korea.gif 22 – 1
Flag of Australia.jpg Australia Harbin
China Flag of China.gif 31 – 0
Flag of Thailand.png Thailand Harbin
South Korea Flag of Korea.gif 28 – 0
Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand Harbin
Japan Flag of Japan.gif 7 – 1
Flag of China.gif China Harbin
Thailand Flag of Thailand.png 1 – 24
Flag of Australia.jpg Australia Harbin
China Flag of China.gif 1 – 4
Flag of Korea.gif South Korea Harbin
Australia Flag of Australia.jpg 16 – 2
Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand Harbin
Japan Flag of Japan.gif 58 – 0
Flag of Thailand.png Thailand Harbin
New Zealand Flag of New Zealand.gif 12 – 2
Flag of Thailand.png Thailand Harbin
China Flag of China.gif 10 – 1
Flag of Australia.jpg Australia Harbin
South Korea Flag of Korea.gif 2 – 2
Flag of Japan.gif Japan Harbin

Team PhotosEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. 1.0 1.1 1.2 1.3 1.4 1.5 Müller, Stephan (2005). International Ice Hockey Encyclopaedia 1904–2005. Germany: Books on Demand, 389-393. ISBN 3-8334-4189-5. 

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