Lee Seung-yup

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Lee Seung-yup
Date of birth March 20, 1984
place of birth Seoul , South Korea
size 176 cm
Weight 75 kg
position defender
number # 58
Shot hand Right
Career stations
2001-2002 Kyung-gi high school
2003-2006 Korea University
2006-2013 Anyang Halla
Korean spelling
Hangeul 이승엽
Hanja 李承 燁
I Seung-yeop
Yi Sŭngyŏp

Lee Seung-yup (born March 20, 1984 in Seoul ) is a South Korean ice hockey player who was last under contract with Anyang Halla in the Asia League Ice Hockey until 2013 .


Lee Seung-yup began his career as a hockey player on the Kyung-gi High School team . From 2003 to 2006 he played for Korea University . He then moved to Anyang Halla , for whom he made his debut in the Asia League Ice Hockey in the 2006/07 season . In his rookie year in professional ice hockey, the defender assisted in eight games. In the following years he fought for a regular place in the team and was the first time Asia League champion with Anyang Halla in the 2009/10 season. The right-handed shooter contributed to this success with one goal and eight assists in 36 regular season games. In the 2010/11 season, which ended prematurely due to the Tōhoku earthquake , he and his team again won the championship title of the Asia League Ice Hockey.


For South Korea , Lee Seung-yup took part in the junior division of the U18 World Junior Championship Division III in 2002 , which he won with his team, and the U20 World Junior Championship Division II in 2004 . In the senior sector, he was in his country's squad at the World Championships in Division I in 2012 and 2013 . He also represented his colors at the qualifying tournament for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi .

Achievements and Awards


Asia League statistics

Seasons Games Gates Assists Points Penalty minutes
Regular season 7th 176 4th 27 31 108
Playoffs 7th 17th 0 3 3 16

(Status: end of the 2012/13 season)

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