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Asia League Ice Hockey 2004-2005

News Release


Asia League Award 2007
Kengo Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes) wins the MVP
Mar. 30, 07

Kengo Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes) wins the MVP


■Asia League Ice Hockey 2006-2007 standings
Champion Nippon Paper Cranes (plaque dedicated from Hokkaido Shimbun)
2nd Place SEIBU Prince Rabbits (plaque dedicated from Doshin Sports)
3rd Place Kangwon Land
4th Place Nikko Kobe Ice Bucks
5th Place Oji Paper
6th Place Anyang Halla
7th Place Hosa
8th Place Changchun Fuao



■Individual Awards
■Most Valuable Player (MVP)(dedicated by: Sports Nippon, Hokkaido Shimbun, Sankei Sports)
Kengo Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes DF#3 Japanese) (1st time)
Kengo Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes DF#3 Japanese) ・Born in December 4, 1978
・Height: 181cm, Weight: 78kg
・Career: Kushiro Kogyo High School, Nippon Paper Cranes (10th season)
・Past Awards: Best Offensive FW(04-05, 05-06)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  34games played 12goals 32assists 44points
【Playoff】
  7games played 1goal 13assists 14points



■Best6 (dedicated by: Hochi Shimbun)

Best6

◆Best Play Making FW
Patrick Martinec (Anyang Halla FW#43 Czech) (1st time)
Patrick Martinec (Anyang Halla FW#43 Czech) ・Born in September 4, 1971
・Height: 173cm, Weight: 73kg
・Career: Slavia Prague, Litvinov, Anyang Halla (2nd season)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  34games played 18goals 53assists 71points
【Play-off】
  6games played 2goals 1assists 3points

◆Best Offensive FW
Masatoshi Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes FW#18 Japanese) (1st time)
Masatoshi Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes FW#18 Japanese) ・Born in July 14, 1978
・Height: 174cm, Weight: 74kg
・Career: Obihiro Shirakaba Gakuen High School, Toyo University, Nippon Paper Cranes (6th season)
・Past Awards: Top Goal Scorer (04-05)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  34games played 28goals 40assists 68points
【Playoff】
  7games played 5goals 6assists 11points

◆Best Defensive FW
Darcy Mitani (Nippon Paper Cranes FW#20 Canadian) (2nd time)
Darcy Mitani (Nippon Paper Cranes FW#20 Canadian) ・Born in October 14, 1973
・Height: 175cm, Weight 78kg
・Career: North Dakota University, Wheeling Nailers (ECHL), Nippon Paper Cranes (10th season)
・Past Awards: Best Play Making FW (04-05), Top Assist Scorer (04-05)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  33games played 20goals 42assists 62points
【Playoff】
  7games played 6goals 9assists 15points

◆Best Offensive DF
Kengo Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes DF#3 Japanese) (3rd time)
Kengo Ito (Nippon Paper Cranes DF#3 Japanese)  

◆Best Defensive DF
Fumitaka Miyauchi (SEIBU Prince Rabbits DF#5 Japanese) (3rd time)
Fumitaka Miyauchi (SEIBU Prince Rabbits DF#5 Japanese) ・Born in November 6, 1972
・Height: 181cm, Weight: 81kg
・Career: Hokkai High School, Kokudo, SEIBU Prince Rabbits (16th season)
・Past Awards:Best 6 (03-04), Best Defensive DF (04-05)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  34games played 6goals 16assists 22points
【Regular League】
  7games played 0goals 5assists 5points

◆Best GK
Naoya Kikuchi (SEIBU Prince Rabbits GK#39 Japanese) (1st time)
Naoya Kikuchi (SEIBU Prince Rabbits GK#39 Japanese) ・Born in August 23, 1975
・Height: 180cm, Weight: 77kg
・Career: Kushiro Midorigaoka High School, Hosei University, SEIBU Railways, Kokudo, SEIBU Prince Rabbits (9th season)
・Past Awards:MVP (04-05, 05-06)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  30games played 29hours 29minutes 33second on ice, Saving Percentage 93.69%, Saving Average 2.00
【Playoff】
  6games played 7hours 2minutes 43seconds on ice, Saving Percentage 88.01%, Saving Average 3.55



■Young Guy of the Year (dedicated by: Konishi Sangyo Corporation)
Jun Tonosaki (Nippon Paper Cranes DF#2 Japanese) 
Jun Tonosaki (Nippon Paper Cranes DF#2 Japanese) ・Born in January 9, 1984
・Height: 170cm, Weight: 68kg
・Career: Hokkai High School, Meiji University, Nippon Paper Cranes (1st season)
・This season's record
【Regular League】
  32games played 4goals 16assists 20points
【Playoff】
  7games played 1goal 4assists 5points



◆Best Saving Average (dedicated by: TV Hokkaido) 
Naoya Kikuchi (SEIBU Prince Rabbits GK#39 Japanese) (1st time)
Naoya Kikuchi (SEIBU Prince Rabbits GK#39 Japanese) 93.69%

◆Top Goal Scorer (dedicated by: TV Sapporo)
Tim Smith (Kangwon Land FW#21 Canadian)  (1st time)
Tim Smith (Kangwon Land FW#21 Canadian) 30goals
・Born in July 21, 1981
・Height: 176cm, Weight: 73kg
・Career :Manitoba Moose, Kangwon Land (1st season)

◆Top Assist Scorer (dedicated by: Hokkaido TV)
Patrick Martinec (Anyang Halla FW#43 Czech)  (1st time)
Patrick Martinec (Anyang Halla FW#43 Czech) 53 assists

◆Top Point Scorer (dedicated by: Hokkaido Broad Casting)
Patrick Martinec (Anyang Halla FW#43 Czech) (1st time)
Patrick Martinec (Anyang Halla FW#43 Czech) 71points (18 goals + 53 assists)

■Best Coach  (dedicated by: Hokkaido Bunka Broad Casting)
Kim Hee-Woo (Kangwon Land)  (1st time)
Kim Hee-Woo (Kangwon Land) By rising up team's standing to 3rd place from 7th place of last season. Also gave confidence to young players, and empowered the team.



■Hockey Town in Asia
Nishi-Tokyo city, Tokyo  (1st time)
148% rising number of spectators, and also held many events with the town to expand new fans.
Hockey Town in Asia










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