Korean Women’s Ice Hockey, Defeats Poland, Wins 2 World Championships in a Row

April 18, 2023 0 Comments

The Korean women’s ice hockey team won two consecutive victories at the World Championships.

The Korean national team, led by head coach Kim Do-yoon, won the IIHF Women’s World Championship Division 1 Group B (third division) match against Poland 4-0 at the ice rink of the Gwanggyo Complex Sports Center in Suwon, Gyeonggi-do on the 18th.

Korea, which won 2-1 after an extra-long fight against Italy the previous day, took over Poland and took first place with two consecutive victories.

The winning team of this tournament gets a promotion ticket to the second division (Division 1 Group A).

Korea, ranked 19th in the world, aiming for promotion to the second division for the first time ever, defeated 17th ranked Italy and 20th ranked Poland. 토스카지노

Now, the remaining schedule is against Slovenia (22nd), England (23rd), and Kazakhstan (21st), which are lower than ours.

At the end of the 1st period, Park Chae-rin, who received an assist from Han Su-jin, took the lead, and in the 2nd period, Kim Hee-won and Choi Ji-yeon started a relay scorer to lead Korea 3-0.

In the beginning of the third period, Han Soo-jin added the score and easily confirmed the victory.

Goalie Heo Eun-bi, who blocked 39 out of 40 opponent shots in the match against Italy the previous day, showed impeccable defense by blocking all 35 shots.

After taking a day off on the 19th, Korea will challenge Slovenia on the 20th to win its third consecutive tournament.

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