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The 2006-07 Asia League Ice Hockey season took off on September 23, 2006 with all 8 teams playing.

Participating teamsEdit

Anyang Halla, Changchun Fuao, Hosa, Kangwon Land, Nikko Kobe Icebucks, Oji Paper, Nippon Paper Cranes and Seibu Prince Rabbits.

Team rostersEdit

Anyang Halla (AYH)Edit

Pavel Falta, Jun-Soo Kim, Sun-Ki Kim; Jong-Moon Jang, Byung-Hee Ko, Yoon-Ki Lee, Seung-Yup Lee, Kwon-Joon Lee, Sang-Woon Bae, Sung-Min Kim, Jang-Won Pyo, Jun-Ho Kwak, Jaroslav Nedved, Kyung-Won Yoon, Sang-Hyun Jeon; Ho-Jung Lee, Geun-Ho Kim, Hong-Il Kim, Jun-Seo Bae, Sang-Woo Song, Yu-Won Lee, Jin-Ho Jeon, Eun-Kook Park, Zdenek Nedved, Patrik Martinec, Tetsuo Setaka, Do-Yun Kim, Kyung-Tae Kim, Won-Jung Kim, Hong-Ik Kim, Han-Sung Kim, Dong-Hwan Song.

Changchun Fuao (CCF)Edit

Ming Xie, Dapeng An, Hongbo Man; Tian Ge, Kunpeng Liu, Haiquan Zhang, Liang Liu, Li'an Zhang, Ye Wang, Chao Sun, Yudi Zhou, Zhibo Zhang, Jichao Sui; Liang Dong, Zhiqiang Wang, Di Xiao, Nan Fu, Bingyu Lang, Jiang Hu, Henan Liu, Lei Chen, Ke Tan, Zhinan Cui, Xijun Cui, Wei Chen, Xin Guo, Liang Liu, Qiong Wu, Qingguo Cao, Xiaolei Sui, Tianpeng Jin, Song Han, Dawei Zhao, Jinwei Sun.

Hosa (HOS)Edit

Xue Liu, Yang Yu, Longhai Cao; Dahai Wang, Kai Yin, Qingming Li, Siyan Qu, Yang Wang, Robert Horak, Yi Hu, Weiyang Zhang, Fei Ye; Tomas Hruby, Jiri Hubacek, Yingkui Liu, Yang Zhang, Yanfu Wang, Chao Du, Wubin Liu, Xingguo Su, Xiaonan Wang, Feng Hou, Lei Gao, Yidong Qu, Hongchao Sui, Guoyang Li, Qingyuan Meng, Dakai Wang, Yuqiang Pan.

Kangwon Land (KWL)Edit

Ho-Seong Son, Joon-Won Park, Hisashi Kanamaru, Hyun-Seung Eum; Tomohito Okubo, Hyun-Soo Kim, Myoung-Woo Lee, Byoung-Wook Hwang, Dong-Yub Kim, Steve McKenna, Eu-Serk Shin, Yong-Jun Lee, Il Jeong, Young-Jo Kim, Dong-Hwan Kim, Min-Kyu Kim; Cheol-Hee Lee, Seung-Woong Han, Jong-Koo Lee, Chi-Young Benedict Song, Byung-Ho Jeon, Hyun-Koo Baek, Eun-Joon Kim, Kwon-Jae Lee, Kyu-Hyun Kim, Jin-Hong Park, Tim Smith, Gye-Woon Jung, Pontus Moren, Bud Smith, Jae-Joon Kwak, Seung-Jun Lee, Jung-Sik Choi.

Nikko Kobe Icebucks (NKI)Edit

Michio Hashimoto, Hiroshi Shiratori, Yutaka Ikeda; Yugo Hagiwara, Takeshi Seguchi, Tadahiro Murai, Kanji Arisawa, Kevin Hisaki Kimura, Takayuki Ono; Michael Brian Henderson, Yohei Ohhinata, Kazuma Takahashi, Kazuma Takahashi, Nobumasa Kinugasa, Kaku Sato, Yutaka Ono, Ryota Mita, Hideji Tsuchida, Kojiro Tsuji, Yasushi Ise, Takayoshi Shiratori, Kota Shinohara, Yasuhiro Kohsaka, Yoshiyuki Hatano, Masakazu Sato.

Nippon Paper Cranes (NPC)Edit

Jiro Nihei, Hisashi Ishikawa, Ryosuke Ohshima; Jun Tonosaki, Kengo Ito, Joel Dyck, Hiroaki Kobayashi, Hideyuki Osawa, Toshiyuki Kito, Daisuke Haratake, Hiroyasu Tohda, Yujiro Nakajimaya; Yuu Yamano, Masahito Nishiwaki, Masashi Sato, Shuhei Tsuchizuka, Yoshinori Iimura, Masatoshi Ito, Hiroshi Sato, Darcy Mitani, Takayuki Sakai, Hiroo Iizuka, Derek Plante, Shiro Ishiguro, Motoaki Takeuchi, Ryan Haruo Kuwabara.

Oji Paper (OJI)Edit

Junji Ogino, Masahito Haruna, Kazuhiko Kiyokawa, Kyohei Tada; Tomohiro Sonoda, Makoto Kawashima, Nobuhiro Sugawara, Takafumi Yamashita, Yuta Soyama, Akihito Isojima, Burt Henderson, Junichi Takahashi, Aaron Keller; Masato Domeki, Yasunori Iwata, Katsuhiko Azuma, Hiroki Chiba, Masafumi Ogawa, Tetsuya Saito, Takeshi Ishizuka, Akifumi Okuyama, Takeshi Saito, Masahito Suzuki, Kunihiko Sakurai, Yuta Numata, Jarrod Skalde, Robert Komao Miwa.

Seibu Prince Rabbits (SPR)Edit

Naoya Kikuchi, Shiro Matsumoto, Kazuhito Katayama; Hiroyuki Miura, Kazuyoshi Yamaguchi, Fumitaka Miyauchi, Keisuke Matsuda, Yutaka Kawaguchi, Yuichi Sasaki, Masahiro Kawamura, Ryuichi Kawai; Yosuke Kon, Sho Sato, Toru Kamino, Tomohiko Uchiyama, Keiji Sasaki, Go Tanaka, Daisuke Obara, Takahito Suzuki, Shuji Masuko, Joel Prpic, Kiyoshi Fujita, Bin Ishioka, Chris Yule, Yoshikazu Kashino, Kei Tonosaki.

Regular season standingEdit

Rank - Team - Games played - Wins - Losses - Ties - Overtime Losses - Goals For/Against - Points

  1. NPC 34..28..03..01..02..198/079..86
  2. SPR 34..24..04..05..01..173/071..75
  3. OJI 34..20..09..04..01..151/080..65
  4. KWL 34..21..11..01..01..153/110..62
  5. AYH 34..16..15..02..01..146/117..51
  6. NKI 34..12..21..01..00..090/158..37
  7. HOS 34..06..27..00..01..086/188..19
  8. CCF 34..02..32..00..00..041/235..06

PlayoffsEdit

QuarterfinalsEdit

Nikko Kobe Icebucks vs. Oji Paper

Anyang Halla vs. Kangwon Land

SemifinalsEdit

Nippon Paper Cranes vs. ?

Seibu Prince Rabbits vs. ?

FinalsEdit

Top scorersEdit

  1. Patrik Martinec (Anyang) 18-53-71
  2. Masatoshi Ito (Cranes) 28-40-68
  3. Kyu-Hyun Kim (Kangwon) 26-38-64
  4. Darcy Mitani (Cranes) 20-42-62
  5. Takahito Suzuki (Seibu) 17-44-61
  6. Tim Smith (Kangwon) 30-30-60
  7. Pontus Moren (Kangwon) 26-26-52
  8. Jiri Hubacek (Hosa) 16-35-51
  9. Tomas Hruby (Hosa) 22-28-50
  10. Jaroslav Nedved (Anyang) 18-32-50
  11. Derek Plante (Cranes) 20-27-47
  12. Jarrod Skalde (Oji) 15-32-47
  13. Bud Smith (Kangwon) 15-31-46
  14. Masahito Nishiwaki (Cranes) 24-21-45
  15. Daisuke Obara (Seibu) 14-31-45
  16. Kengo Ito (Cranes) 12-32-44
  17. Joel Prpic (Seibu) 16-28-44
  18. Chris Yule (Seibu) 21-22-43
  19. Yoshinori Iimura (Cranes) 15-27-42
  20. Aaron Keller (Oji) 10-31-41
  21. Tomohito Okubo (Kangwon) 6-34-40
  22. Han-Sung Kim (Anyang) 21-16-37
  23. Yosuke Kon (Seibu) 12-24-36
  24. Zdenek Nedved (Anyang) 16-20-36
  25. Tetsuya Saito (Oji) 17-17-34

See alsoEdit


Asia League seasons
2003-04 | 2004-05 | 2005-06 | 2006-07 | 2007-08 | 2008-09 | 2009-10
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