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The 2008-09 Asia League Ice Hockey season took off on September 20, 2008 with all 7 teams playing. It was Asia League Ice Hockey's sixth season.

Participating teamsEdit

Anyang Halla, China Sharks, Kangwon Land, Nikko Kobe Icebucks, Oji Paper, Nippon Paper Cranes and Seibu Prince Rabbits.

Team rostersEdit

Anyang Halla (AYH)Edit

China Sharks (CHI)Edit

High1 (HIG)Edit

Nikko Kobe Icebucks (NKI)Edit

Nippon Paper Cranes (NPC)Edit

Oji Paper (OJI)Edit

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 seasonEdit

StandingsEdit

ALIH
2008-09 regular season standings
Pos. Team Game Win OT win Sh. win Sh. loss OT loss Loss Goal diff. Points
1.Flag of Korea Anyang Halla 362212227150 - 10576
2.Flag of Japan Seibu Prince Rabbits362015109136 - 9973
3.Flag of Japan Oji Paper3621122010141 - 7771
4.Flag of Japan Nippon Paper Cranes361832238120 - 9569
5.Flag of Korea High1361301321797 - 11246
6.Flag of China China Sharks36511312560 - 12923
7.Flag of Japan HC Nikko IceBucks36421112774 - 16120

League leadersEdit

ALIH
Goal leaders
Goals
# Player Team Goals
1 Flag of Canada Brock Radunske Anyang 29
2 Flag of Canada Shane Endicott Oji 26
3 Flag of Korea Kim Ki-Sung Halla 21
4 Flag of Korea Song Dong-Hwan Halla 19
5 Flag of Japan Chris Yule Cranes 19
6 Flag of Japan Takahito Suzuki Seibu 16
7 Flag of the United States Jason Beeman Sharks 15
8 Flag of the United States Alex Kim High1 15
9 Flag of Canada Darcy Mitani Cranes 15
10 Flag of Japan Yasunori Iwata Oji 13
11 Flag of the Czech Republic Patrick Martinec Anyang 13
12 Flag of Canada Joel Prpic Seibu 13
13 Flag of Japan Tetsuya Saito Oji 13
14 Flag of Japan Sho Sato Oji 13
15 Flag of the United States Jon Awe Anyang 12
16 Flag of Japan Daisuke Obara Seibu 12
17 Flag of Sweden Ricard Persson Oji 12
ALIH
Assists leaders
Assists
# Player Team Assists
1 Flag of Japan Kunihiko Sakurai Oji 40
2 Flag of the Czech Republic Patrick Martinec Halla 37
3 Flag of Canada Joel Prpic Seibu 30
4 Flag of Japan Takahito Suzuki Seibu 29
5 Flag of Korea Park Woo-Sang Halla 28
6 Flag of Canada Brock Radunske Halla 28
7 Flag of Canada Brad Fast Halla 27
8 Flag of Korea Song Dong-Hwan Halla 26
9 Flag of Canada Ryan Kuwabara High1 25
10 Flag of Sweden Ricard Persson Oji 25
11 Flag of Japan Go Tanaka Seibu 25
12 Flag of Canada Chris Yule Cranes 25
13 Flag of Canada Darcy Takeshi Mitani Cranes 24
14 Flag of Canada Shane Endicott Oji 23
15 Flag of Japan Masatoshi Ito Cranes 22
16 Flag of Canada Kevin Korol Sharks 22
ALIH
Points leaders
Points
# Player Team Points
1 Flag of Canada Brock Radunske Halla 57
2 Flag of the Czech Republic Patrick Martinec Halla 50
3 Flag of Canada Shane Endicott Oji 49
4 Flag of Japan Kunihiko Sakurai Oji 45
5 Flag of Korea Song Dong-Hwan Halla 45
6 Flag of Japan Takahito Suzuki Seibu 45
7 Flag of Japan Chris Yule Cranes 44
8 Flag of Canada Joel Prpic Seibu 43
9 Flag of Korea Kim Ki-Sung Halla 39
10 Flag of Canada Darcy Mitani Cranes 39
11 Flag of Canada Park Woo-Sang Halla 39
12 Flag of Sweden Ricard Persson Oji 37
13 Flag of the United States Alex Kim High1 36
14 Flag of Canada Ryan Kuwabara High1 36
15 Flag of Japan Go Tanaka Seibu 35

PlayoffsEdit

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
  1  Flag of Korea Anyang Halla 3  
  4  Flag of Japan Nippon Cranes 4  
    1  Flag of Japan Nippon Cranes 4
  3  Flag of Japan Prince Rabbits 3
  4  Flag of Japan Nippon Cranes 2  
5  Flag of Korea High1 0  
  2  Flag of Japan Oji Paper 0
  3  Flag of Japan Prince Rabbits 4  
3     
  4       
  • Cranes - High1: (5-2, 8-4)
  • Halla - Cranes: (6-2, 5-7, 5-4, 0-9, 4-3, 2-3, 2-3)
  • Seibu - Oji: (4-2, 3-2, 4-3, 4-2)
  • Seibu - Cranes: (2-4, 3-2, 1-5, 1-3, 7-4, 4-3, 2-3)

Scoring leadersEdit

ALIH
Points leaders
Points
# Player Team Points
1 Flag of Japan Kengo Ito Nippon Paper Cranes 21
2 Flag of Japan Masatoshi Ito Nippon Paper Cranes 21
3 Flag of Japan Masahito Nishikawa Nippon Paper Cranes 21
4 Flag of Japan Chris Yule Nippon Paper Cranes 21
5 Flag of Japan Yoshinori Iimura Nippon Paper Cranes 18
6 Flag of Canada Darcy Mitani Nippon Paper Cranes 17
7 Flag of Japan Hiroo Iizuka Nippon Paper Cranes 16
8 Flag of Canada Joel Prpic Seibu Prince Rabbits 16
9 Flag of Japan Takahito Suzuki Seibu Prince Rabbits 16
10 Flag of Canada Joel Dyck Nippon Paper Cranes 11
11 Flag of Japan Daisuke Obara Seibu Prince Rabbits 11
12 Flag of Canada Brock Radunske Anyang Halla 11

See alsoEdit


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