Men’s Hockey Japan League 2013 – Semifinal (Playoff)

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Men’s Hockey Japan League 2013 – Semifinal (Playoff)

   We announce the semifinal result of the playoff in Men’s Hockey Japan League 2013.

In the final, Tenri University Bears challenges for the 2nd championship in 5 years, and Nagoya Frater Hockey Team aims for the 4th championship in 8 years. 

Men’s Japan League – Game Results

Game No.69 11:00  at Gifu A
Tenri University Bears – Ritumeikan University Hollys
1 1 (1st) 0
0 (2nd) 0
  • 10th min: Tenri got a PC, but could not make a goal.
  • 12nd min: Tenri #19 Takizawa passed towards the goal and which led to a Ritumeikan DF’s receiving mistake. Then, #23 Ishikawa slot the rebound into the goal.
  • Just before the end of the 1st half: Ritumeikan got a PS, but Tenri GK #1 Igawa saved it finely.
  • In the beginning of the 2nd half: Ritumeikan attacked into Tenri University position aggressively, but they were blocked by Tenri’s hard DFs.
  • 62nd min: Tenri got a PC, but could not make an additional goal.
  • After that, both team showed hard offense and defense, but could not make a goal.
  • The game ended by 1-0 with Tenri’s win.


Game No.70 13:00  at Gifu A
Nagoya Frater Hockey Team – Gifu Asahi Club (BLUE DEVILS)
7 5 (1st) 0
2 (2nd) 1
  • 5th min: Nagoya #11 Kawakami passed to #17 Tachibana, and he shot directly to open the score.
  • 8th min: Nagoya #4 Ono who intercepted a ball in the middle, passed to #6 Kawauchi. Then, he touched a pass into the goal.
  • 17th min: Nagoya #16 Hatakeyama scored by his flick shot from a PC.
  • 20th&25th min: Nagoya #10 Yamabe and #5 Nakayama scored and pull Asahi away.
  • Asahi also showed their hard offense, but could not make a goal.
  • In the 2nd half, Asahi gradually got the pace of the game.
  • 50th min: Asahi #27 Mori slot a loose ball into a goal and cut the lead by 4 goals.
  • 61st&62nd min: Asahi wanted more goals, but Nagoya #12 Yoshiwara and Fujimoto scored and extended the lead by 6 goals.
  • After that, the game went on with Nagoya’s pace and finally, they got a ticket to the final. 


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