Kim Hyun-soo

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Korea SouthSouth Korea  Kim Hyun-soo Ice hockey player
Date of birth December 9, 1984
place of birth Seoul , South Korea
size 178 cm
Weight 80 kg
position striker
Shot hand Left
Career stations
2005-2006 Hanyang University
2006–2012 High1
(until 2007: Kangwon Land)
2012-2013 Daemyung Sangmu
since 2014 Anyang Halla
Korean spelling
Hangeul 김현수
Gim Hyeon-su
Kim Hyŏnsu

Kim Hyun-soo (born December 9, 1984 in Seoul ) is a South Korean ice hockey player who has been under contract with Anyang Halla in the Asia League Ice Hockey since October 2014 .


Kim Hyun-soo began his career as a hockey player on the Hanyang University team . In 2006 he moved to Team Kangwon Land , which was renamed High1 in 2007 , in the Asia League Ice Hockey . With the team he won the South Korean Ice Hockey Cup in 2006 and 2007 . After six years at High1, he went to Daemyung Sangmu , the newly formed third South Korean team in the Asia League Ice Hockey. However, he only stayed there for a year and in October 2014 he moved to Anyang Halla , the most successful South Korean team he has played for ever since. With Anyang he won the Asia League in 2016, 2017 and 2018.


For South Korea Kim Hyun-soo first took part in the U20 World Cup 2004 in Division II, where he finished second with the East Asians.

At the 2006 World Cup Division II , Kim made his debut in the South Korean men's team . Three years later he was nominated again and won the Division II tournament with the team. He then represented his home country at the 2010 , 2011 , 2012 , 2014 and 2015 World Championships in Division I. He also took part in the 2011 Asian Games and won with there with the South Koreans behind Kazakhstan and Japan the bronze medal.

Achievements and Awards

Asia League statistics

Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
Regular season 11 339 20th 66 86 136
Playoffs 9 39 0 4th 4th 10

(Status: end of the 2017/18 season)

Web links

Individual evidence

  1. ^ South Korean squad list at the 2006 World Cup , which shows that Kim was playing for Hanyang University at the time. Retrieved January 25, 2014.