This is a Korean name; the family name is Shim.
Shim Eui-sik
Shim Eui-sik bench
Position Forward
Shot Left
5 ft 11 in (1.8 m)
166 lb (75 kg)
Teams Anyang Halla
Nationality Flag of Korea South Korean
Born December 5 1969 (1969-12-05) (age 47),
South Korea
Pro Career 1994 – 2006

Shim Eui-sik (Korean: 심의식) (b. December 5, 1969 in South Korea)[1], is a former professional ice hockey forward. He was the first player to reach 100 goals and 100 points marks in first time in Korean ice hockey history. After 4 years of University (Yonsei) he signed with Anyang Halla and played for his whole career (1994–2006). He retired in 2006. Shim also played for the Korean national team from 1994-2004.[2] The team retired his number 91, in 2007. The Korean media have referred to him as the 'Korean version of Gretzky'.[3]

In April 24, 2008, Shim became the team's 4th head coach in Halla's history.[4] He was named the "Coach of the Event" in the 2009 All-Korea Championship which saw Halla take top honours when they blanked Korea University 3-0.[5]

Career statisticsEdit

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Season Team League Regular season Playoffs
1990-91 Yonsei University
1991-92 Yonsei University
1992-93 Yonsei University
1993-94 Yonsei University
1994-95 Mando Winia
1995-96 Mando Winia
1996-97 Mando Winia
1997-98 Mando Winia
1998-99 Mando Winia
1999-00 Mando Winia
2000-01 Mando Winia
2001-02 Mando Winia
2002-03 Mando Winia
2003-04 Halla Winia 16 3 0 3 4
2004-05 Halla Winia 42 11 11 22 54
2005-06 Anyang Halla 28 4 1 5 18


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