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2000 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship
Tournament details
Host nations Flag of China China / Flag of Thailand Thailand
Dates 17 – 20 February 2000
25 – 28 March 2000
Teams 8
Champions Flag of North Korea.gif North Korea (2 titles)
Tournament statistics
Games played 12
Goals scored 87  (7.25 per game)
Attendance 5,500  (458 per game)

The 2000 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship was the 17th edition of the IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship. The Division I tournament took place between 17 and 20 February 2000 in Changchun City, China and the Division II tournament took place between 25 and 28 March 2000 in Bangkok, Thailand. The Division I tournament was won by North Korea, who claimed their second title by winning all three of their games and finishing first in the standings. Upon winning the tournament North Korea gained promotion to Division I of the 2001 IIHF World U18 Championships. South Korea and China finished second and third respectively.

In the Division II tournament New Zealand finished first and gained promotion to Division I for the 2001 competition.

OverviewEdit

The Division I tournament began on 17 February 2000 in Changchun City, China.[1] North Korea had gained promotion to Division I after finishing first in the Division II tournament at the 1999 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship.[2] North Korea won the tournament after winning all three of their games and claimed their second title, their first coming in 1987.[2] Following their win North Korea gained promotion for the following year to Division I of the 2001 IIHF World U18 Championships.[3] South Korea finished second after losing one game to North Korea and China finished third after losing to North Korea and South Korea. Australia who finished last also suffered the largest defeat of the tournament against China, losing 0 – 10.[4] Han Jong of North Korea finished as the top scorer for the tournament with five points including four goals and an assist.[5]

The Division II tournament began on 25 March 2000 in Bangkok, Thailand.[6] The under-18 team of Mongolia made their debut appearance at the Championships and in international competition. New Zealand won the tournament after winning two of their games and drawing their game against Chinese Taipei and gained promotion to Division I for the 2001 IIHF Asian Oceanic U18 Championship.[7][8] Chinese Taipei finished second behind New Zealand on goal difference and Thailand finished third after finishing above Mongolia only on goal difference.[7] Philip Chou of Chinese Taipei finished as the top scorer for the tournament with eight points including seven goals and an assist.[9]

Division IEdit

StandingsEdit

Rk Team GP W T L GF GA GDF PTS
Gold medal icon Flag of North Korea.gif North Korea 3 3 0 0 16 3 +13 6
Silver medal icon Flag of Korea.gif South Korea 3 2 0 1 15 7 +8 4
Bronze medal icon Flag of China.gif China 3 1 0 2 13 9 +4 2
4 Flag of Australia.jpg Australia 3 0 0 3 2 27 –25 0

FixturesEdit

All times local.

17 February 2000
12:30
North Korea Flag of North Korea.gif 3 – 2
(1–0, 1–0, 1–2)
Flag of Korea.gif South Korea Changchun City
Attendance: 500
17 February 2000
16:30
China Flag of China.gif 10 – 0
(3–0, 2–0, 4–0)
Flag of Australia.jpg Australia Changchun City
Attendance: 400
18 February 2000
12:30
South Korea Flag of Korea.gif 9 – 2
(1–1, 3–1, 5–0)
Flag of Australia.jpg Australia Changchun City
Attendance: 300
18 February 2000
16:30
China Flag of China.gif 1 – 5
(0–1, 1–0, 0–4)
Flag of North Korea.gif North Korea Changchun City
Attendance: 1000
20 February 2000
12:30
South Korea Flag of Korea.gif 4 – 2
(0–0, 4–2, 0–0)
Flag of China.gif China Changchun City
Attendance: 800
20 February 2000
16:30
Australia Flag of Australia.jpg 0 – 8
(0–3, 0–2, 0–3)
Flag of North Korea.gif North Korea Changchun City
Attendance: 500

Scoring leadersEdit

List shows the top ten skaters sorted by points, then goals.[5]

Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM POS
Flag of North Korea Han Jong 3 4 1 5 +7 2 F
Flag of China Man Yi 3 3 2 5 +2 8 D
Flag of China Du Chao 3 2 3 5 +2 2 F
Flag of North Korea Yun Myong 3 1 4 5 +8 8 F
Flag of Korea Kwack Jae-Jun 3 2 2 4 +2 0 F
Flag of Korea Lee Kwon Jae 3 2 2 4 0 10 F
Flag of China He Yufei 3 1 3 4 +2 4 F
Flag of Korea Hwang Byung Wook 3 0 4 4 +3 2 D
Flag of North Korea Kim Hak 3 2 1 3 +4 0 F
Flag of China Fu Nan 3 2 1 3 -2 4 D

Leading goaltendersEdit

Only the top five goaltenders, based on save percentage, who have played 40% of their team's minutes are included in this list.[10]

Player MIP SOG GA GAA SVS% SO
Flag of Korea Son Ho Seung 132:54 43 3 1.35 93.02 0
Flag of North Korea Ri Song 160:00 40 3 1.13 92.50 0
Flag of China An Dapeng 135:47 36 6 2.65 83.33 0
Flag of Australia Chris Leetham 106:45 87 15 8.43 82.76 0
Flag of Australia Robert Bradshaw 73:15 46 12 9.83 73.91 0

Division IIEdit

StandingsEdit

Rk Team GP W T L GF GA GDF PTS
1 Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand 3 2 1 0 15 6 +9 5
2 Flag of Chinese Taipei.png Chinese Taipei 3 2 1 0 12 6 +6 5
3 Flag of Thailand.png Thailand 3 0 1 2 7 14 –7 1
4 Flag of Mongolia.gif Mongolia 3 0 1 2 7 15 –8 1

FixturesEdit

All times local.

25 March 2000
17:00
Thailand Flag of Thailand.png 1 – 3
(0–1, 1–1, 0–1)
Flag of Chinese Taipei.png Chinese Taipei Bangkok
Attendance: 400
25 March 2000
20:00
Mongolia Flag of Mongolia.gif 1 – 5
(0–2, 0–1, 1–2)
Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand Bangkok
Attendance: 350
26 March 2000
16:00
Mongolia Flag of Mongolia.gif 2 – 6
(1–2, 1–3, 0–1)
Flag of Chinese Taipei.png Chinese Taipei Bangkok
Attendance: 300
26 March 2000
20:00
Thailand Flag of Thailand.png 2 – 7
(1–2, 0–3, 1–2)
Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand Bangkok
Attendance: 350
28 March 2000
15:00
Chinese Taipei Flag of Chinese Taipei.png 3 – 3
(1–2, 1–0, 1–1)
Flag of New Zealand.gif New Zealand Bangkok
Attendance: 300
28 March 2000
18:00
Thailand Flag of Thailand.png 4 – 4
(1–0, 1–2, 2–2)
Flag of Mongolia.gif Mongolia Bangkok
Attendance: 300

Scoring leadersEdit

List shows the top ten skaters sorted by points, then goals.[9]

Player GP G A Pts +/− PIM POS
Flag of Chinese Taipei Philip Chou 3 7 1 8 +5 16 F
Flag of New Zealand Hamish Lewis 3 3 3 6 +6 12 F
Flag of New Zealand Timothy Faull 3 4 1 5 +5 0 F
Flag of Thailand Tewin Chartsuwan 3 3 1 4 -1 16 F
Flag of Mongolia Bat-Erdene Ayushbaatar 3 3 0 3 0 2 F
Flag of New Zealand David Bulling 3 2 1 3 +2 4 F
Flag of Chinese Taipei Ya-Hsien Lai 3 1 2 3 +2 0 F
Flag of New Zealand Laurie Horo 3 1 2 3 +3 22 D
Flag of New Zealand Christopher Jefferies 3 2 0 2 +1 0 F
Flag of Mongolia Bold Munkhtulga 3 2 0 2 -1 2 F

Leading goaltendersEdit

Only the top goaltenders, based on save percentage, who have played 40% of their team's minutes are included in this list.[11]

Player MIP SOG GA GAA SVS% SO
Flag of Chinese Taipei David Chang 180:00 63 6 2.00 90.48 0
Flag of New Zealand Kenneth O'Callaghan 179:15 62 6 2.01 90.32 0
Flag of Thailand Naratip Kanchanachongkol 120:00 61 11 5.50 81.97 0
Flag of Mongolia Enkhee Battulga 120:00 49 10 5.00 79.59 0

ReferencesEdit

  1. 2000 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  2. 2.0 2.1 Müller, Stephan (2005). International Ice Hockey Encyclopaedia 1904–2005. Germany: Books on Demand, 389-394. ISBN 3-8334-4189-5. 
  3. Final Ranking. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  4. Standings. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  5. 5.0 5.1 Scoring Leaders. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  6. 2000 IIHF Asian Oceanic Junior U18 Championship Div II. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  7. 7.0 7.1 Standings & Games. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  8. Final Ranking. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  9. 9.0 9.1 Scoring Leaders. International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  10. Leading Goaltenders (SVS%). International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.
  11. Leading Goaltenders (SVS%). International Ice Hockey Federation. Retrieved on 2012-01-16.

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