| Kim Ki-seong (38), a veteran of ice hockey HL Anyang, became the first Korean player to break the record of 200 goals in ice hockey in the Asian League.

Kim Ki-sung split the goal net with Oh In-gyo’s assist at 8:40 in the first period in the 2022-2023 Asia League Ice Hockey regular league round 34 away match against Nikko Ice Bucks held at Kirifuri Ice Arena in Nikko, Japan on the 5th, 0-0. He reached the height of his 200th goal in his career. 메이저놀이터

It is a record achieved after 15 years and 375 games since his debut in 2008. Since the Asian League ice hockey was launched in 2003, Kim Ki-seong is the 6th player to break 200 goals in the regular league. First Korean player. I stepped on an unanswered height.

After attending Kyungsung High School and Yonsei University, Kim Ki-sung joined HL Anyang in 2008. In his debut season, he recorded 21 goals and 18 assists in 35 games, winning the Rookie of the Year title and making a splendid debut.

After leaving the team for a while from 2011 to 2014 due to overseas expansion and military service, he returned wearing an HL uniform in 2014. He scored 28 goals and 42 assists in 48 games in the 2014-2015 season, and was the first Korean player to be selected as the Asian League MVP, opening his prime. From the 2015-2016 season, he led the HL to become the 3rd consecutive champion.

Kim Ki-sung, who left the team for a while while the Asia League ice hockey was canceled for two consecutive seasons due to the corona pandemic, returned with the Asia League resumed.

As of the 5th, Kim Ki-seong, who has recorded 201 goals and 243 assists in 375 Asian League ice hockey regular league games, has the most appearances (75 games), most goals (48 goals), and most assists (44 assists) in the Korea Ice Hockey World Championships. , He is also the main character with the most points (goals + assists = 92).

HL Anyang scored an additional goal following the preemptive goal against the Ice Bucks on the 5th. Kim Ki-seong, who was at the forefront of the attack, and gatekeeper Matt Dalton, who blocked all 31 effective shots, won 5-0 and ran for 6 consecutive wins. One step closer to the top of the regular league.

The HL, which is leading with 27 wins and 7 losses (0.794 win rate), invites the Nikko Ice Bucks home on the 18th and 19th to play rounds 35-36 of the regular league.

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