Oji Eagles

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Oji Eagles
Oji.jpg
City Tomakomai, Hokkaidō
League Asia League Ice Hockey
Founded 1925 (1925)
Home arena Hakucho Arena (capacity 4,015)
Colours                    
Owner(s) Oji Paper Company
General manager Honma Sadaki
Head coach Yamanaka Takeshi
Captain Saito Tetsuya

Website
http://www.ojiholdings.co.jp/hockey/index.html

Oji Eagles (王子製紙アイスホッケー部 Ōji Seishi Aisu Hokkē-bu?) are a professional ice hockey team based in Tomakomai city on Hokkaidō, Japan. Oji is a member of Asia League Ice Hockey.

History[edit]

The club was founded as the Oji Eagles in 1925. They have won the Japan League 13 times, the All Japan Championship 35 times and the Asia League 2 times. Oji became a founding member of Asia League Ice Hockey in 2003.

Honours[edit]

  • All Japan Championship:
    • Winners (35): 1932, 1935, 1947, 1950, 1951, 1952, 1954, 1955, 1956, 1957, 1958, 1964, 1966, 1968, 1969, 1973, 1976, 1977, 1980, 1981, 1983, 1984, 1985, 1986, 1987, 1989, 1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 2000, 2002, 2005, 2013

Current roster[edit]

Oji Eagles players warm-up before a game
Goaltenders
# Country Player Catches Acquired Place of Birth
30 Japan Ogino Junji L 2001 Osaka, Japan
39 Japan Narisawa Yuta L 2010 Kushiro, Japan
61 Japan Haruna Masahito L 2006 Kushiro, Japan
Defencemen
# Country Player Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
5 Japan Hashiba Ryo R 2009 Tomakomai, Japan
6 Japan Kawashima Makoto L 2003 Obihiro, Japan
20 Japan Yamashita Takafumi R 2006 Tomakomai, Japan
23 Japan Haga YosukeA R 2009 Kushiro, Japan
28 United States Chris Harrington R 2010 St. Cloud, United States
34 Japan Hashimoto Ryo L 2011 Iwanai, Japan
44 Japan Aaron Keller R 2003 Kamloops, BC, Canada
88 Japan Sasaki Kazumasa R 2008 Tomakomai, Japan
Forwards
# Country Player Position Shoots Acquired Place of Birth
3 Japan Ogawa KatsuyaA LW R 2008 Tomakomai, Japan
7 Japan Domeki MasatoC C/W R 2002 Tomakomai, Japan
8 Japan Kon Yousuke C L 2009 Kitahiroshima, Japan
9 Japan Sato Sho LW L 2009 Kushiro, Japan
10 Japan Mitamura Kouhei LW L 2010 Obihiro, Japan
13 Japan Ogawa Masafumi C L 2005 Tomakomai, Japan
14 Japan Ohsawa Yuto L 2012 Tomakomai, Japan
16 Japan Saito Tetsuya C R 2002 Kushiro, Japan
17 Japan Takada Kota R 2012 Kushiro, Japan
18 Japan Kaneko Ryouhei C/LW L 2010 Tokyo, Japan
19 Japan Saito Takeshi RW R 2002 Kushiro, Japan
21 Japan Kuji Shuuhei LW R 2010 Tomakomai, Japan
32 United States Marc Cavosie C/LW L 2011 Albany, NY, USA
48 Japan Takahashi Seiji RW R 2011 Tomakomai, Japan
53 Japan Terao Hiromichi L 2012 Nikko, Japan

Year-by-year record[edit]

complete records for previous seasons[1]

Season GP W W(OT) W(GWS)* T L(GWS)* L(OT) L GF GA PTS Finish Playoffs
2003–04 16 5 0 2 0 9 55 58 17 4th/5 -
2004–05 42 24 2 2 1 13 181 124 79 4th/8 Lost in semi-finals
2005–06 38 22 0 4 2 10 159 87 72 4th/9 Lost in semi-finals
2006–07 34 20 0 4 1 9 141 80 65 3rd/8 Lost in quarter-finals
2007–08 30 17 1 2 2 8 112 74 57 3rd/7 Won Championship
2008–09 36 21 1 2 2 0 10 141 77 71 3rd/7 Lost in semi-finals
2009–10 36 21 0 3 2 3 7 141 80 74 2nd/7 Lost in Semi-finals
2010–11 36 21 3 2 3 0 7 161 91 76 1st/7 Lost in Semi-finals
2011–12 36 21 1 2 4 2 6 141 82 75 1st/7 Won Championship
2012–13 42 32 2 0 1 1 6 199 92 102 1st/7 Lost finals
Totals 346 204 10 9 14 12 12 85 1431 845 - - 2 Championships

*prior to the 2008–2009 season, there were no shoot-outs and games ended in a tie

Past import players[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Archive Record". Alhockey.com. Retrieved 12 January 2009. [dead link]

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