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Tohoku Free Blades

  • Year of foundation: 2008
  • Club status: active
  • Address: 4-3, Ezotate, Kawaragi, Hachinohe, Aomori, 039-1161, Japan
  • WWW: http://www.freeblades.jp/
 

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Season 2022-2023

Club teams

This club in 2022-2023: Japan Cup - Asia League

 
Current rosterseason 2022-2023
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GTakayuki Ito14.04.1996183 cm75 kgleft
90DYoon Jae Kim07.12.2000183 cm87 kgright
DShuma Kinebuchi14.07.1997192 cm98 kgright
27DYotaro Nakadate09.09.2001175 cm77 kgleft
FDaisuke Obara04.06.1981177 cm82 kgleft

* no longer in the club

Niida Indoor Rink

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  • Adress: Niida Indoor Rink (Hachinohe/Japan)
    4-1-1 Niidanishi, Hachinohe, Aomori
    Japan
  • Phone: 0178-25-5655
 
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Oji Eagles wins Japan Cup

The Oji Eagles are the winner of Japan Cup, the tournament between Japanese teams partecipating in Asia League, not played this season due to Covid restrictions.
The Eagles dominated the season, plagued by the Covid emergency. Newly created team Yokohama Grits stopped to play in December due to the state of emergency declared in the region and were back to competition just in March to play last round. Missing games were cancelled.
Eagles Shogo Nakajima finished as top scorer with 45 points (18+27)

(28 Mar 2021)
 

Nikko Ice Bucks won All Japan Ice Hockey Championship

By beating 5-1 the Tohoku Free Blades, Nikko Ice Bucks won the 87th edition of Japan Championship, the domestic competition crowning the national champion between professional, amateur and teams from Universities. As usual the Asian League teams dominated the tournament, played at the Dydo Drinco Arena in Nidìshi Tokyo, once the home of defunct Seibu Prince Rabbits team. It's the second title for the Buck

(28 Dec 2019)
 

Tohoku Free Blades wins championship

Tohoku Free Blades of Japan beat Anyang Halla of South Korea for the third consecutive game to win the Asia League title.

(24 Mar 2015)
 

Asia League 2011-2012

The new season of Asia League started today. Nippon Paper Cranes only scored once but that was enough to take an early lead of the league standings as they were the only team to win 3 points. The results: Free Blades-Paper Cranes 0-1, Anyang Halla-High1 4-3 (OT), Eagles-Icebucks 3-4 (SO).

(17 Sep 2011)
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Tohoku Free Blades participates in season 2022-2023: Japan Cup - Asia League

 
 
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