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2010 IIHF University Challenge Cup of Asia
2010 IIHF University Challenge Cup of Asia Logo
Tournament details
Host nation Flag of Korea South Korea
Dates May 12 – May 14, 2011
Teams 3
Champions Flag of Japan Japan (1 title)
Tournament statistics
Games played 3
Goals scored 32  (10.67 per game)

The 2010 IIHF University Challenge Cup of Asia was the first playing of the university section of the IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia. It was held from May 12 to May 14, 2010, in Seoul, South Korea. Japan won the tournament after winning both of their games and finishing on top of the standings.

OverviewEdit

The 2010 IIHF University Challenge Cup of Asia began on May 12, 2010 in Seoul, South Korea.[1] The first game was played between hosts South Korea and China with South Korea winning the game 4–3.[1] Japan won the tournament after winning both their games against China and South Korea. South Korea finished second with three points while China finished third after losing both of their games. Young June Lee of South Korea was named the tournaments best forward, Li Jian of China the tournaments best defenceman and Sung Je Park of South Korea the best goaltender.[1]

StandingsEdit

Rk Team GP W OTW OTL L GF GA GDF PTS
Gold medal icon Flag of Japan Japan 2 2 0 0 0 20 5 +15 6
Silver medal icon Flag of Korea South Korea 2 1 0 0 1 8 8 0 3
Bronze medal icon Flag of China China 2 0 0 0 2 4 19 –15 0

FixturesEdit

May 12, 2010
13:30
South Korea Flag of Korea 4 – 3
Flag of China China Goyang Sports Complex
May 13, 2010
13:30
China Flag of China 1 – 15
Flag of Japan Japan Goyang Sports Complex
May 14, 2010
13:15
South Korea Flag of Korea 4 – 5
Flag of Japan Japan Goyang Sports Complex

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