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1965 World Ice Hockey Championships

1965 World Ice Hockey Championships
Tournament details
Host country  Finland
Dates 3–14 March
Teams 8
Final positions
Champions   Soviet Union (5th title)
Runner-up   Czechoslovakia
Third place   Sweden
Fourth place  Canada
Tournament statistics
Matches played 28
Goals scored 221 (7.89 per match)
Attendance 178,968 (6,392 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Josef Golonka 14 points
1964
1966

The 1965 Ice Hockey World Championships took place in Tampere, Finland, 3 March - 15 March. Eight teams took part, each playing each other once. The Soviets became world champions for the fifth time, winning all of their games. This also counted as their ninth European title, with the Czechs finishing second and the Swedes third. For the third straight year Canada finished fourth. The tournament employed new tie-breaking rules, which some believed were supposed to be in place for the Innsbruck Olympics. To decide medals priority would be given to the team who won the head-to-head game, unless they tied, or more than two teams were tied. In those two cases goal differential would be used, but only the goal differential between the top four teams.[1]

Fifteen nations played in two groups, with qualification games used to establish the tier for closely ranked teams. From now on, the last place team in group 'A' would be relegated, with the group 'B' champion being promoted to replace them. Poland went undefeated to earn promotion, defeating the Swiss, and tying the West Germans.

Qualifying Round Group A

First round

18 December 1964 West Germany  2-8
 Switzerland
20 December 1964 West Germany  7-2
 Switzerland
3 January 1965 Switzerland  6-7
 West Germany

Second round

2 March 1965 Norway  5-4
 West Germany
Qualified for Group A:  Norway
Qualified for Group B:  Switzerland,
 West Germany

World Championship Group A (Tampere, Finland)

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
 Soviet Union 7 7 0 0 51 - 13 14
 Czechoslovakia 7 6 0 1 43 - 10 12
 Sweden 7 4 1 2 33 - 17 9
 Canada 7 4 0 3 28 - 21 8
 East Germany 7 3 0 4 18 - 33 6
 United States 7 2 0 5 22 - 44 4
 Finland 7 1 1 5 14 - 27 3
 Norway 7 0 0 7 12 - 56 0
Norway was relegated to 1966 Group B.
4 March Sweden  5-2
 United States
4 March Soviet Union  8-4
 Finland
4 March Czechoslovakia  5-1
 East Germany
5 March Sweden  5-1
 East Germany
5 March Finland  0-4
 Canada
5 March Norway  2-14
 Soviet Union
6 March United States  0-12
 Czechoslovakia
6 March Canada  6-0
 Norway
7 March Finland  2-2
 Sweden
7 March Canada  5-2
 United States
7 March Soviet Union  8-0
 East Germany
8 March Czechoslovakia  9-2
 Norway
9 March Finland  4-1
 Norway
9 March East Germany  7-4
 United States
10 March Soviet Union  5-3
 Sweden
10 March Canada  8-1
 East Germany
10 March Finland  2-5
 Czechoslovakia
11 March Sweden  10-0
 Norway
11 March Czechoslovakia  8-0
 Canada
11 March United States  2-9
 Soviet Union
12 March United States  4-0
 Finland
12 March East Germany  5-1
 Norway
13 March Sweden  6-4
 Canada
13 March Finland  2-3
 East Germany
13 March Soviet Union  3-1
 Czechoslovakia
14 March Czechoslovakia  3-2
 Sweden
14 March Canada  1-4
 Soviet Union
14 March United States  8-6
 Norway

Qualifying Round Group B

19 November 1964 Italy  2-3
 Hungary
26 November 1964 Hungary  2-2
 Italy
5 December 1964 Great Britain  8-2
 France
12 December 1964 France  3-2
 Great Britain
Qualified for Group B:  Hungary,
 Great Britain
Teams in 1966 Group B qualification:  France,
 Italy

World Championship Group B (Turku, Rauma, and Pori, Finland)

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
 Poland 6 5 1 0 35 - 15 11
  Switzerland 6 4 1 1 27 - 15 9
 West Germany 6 3 2 1 30 - 20 8
 Hungary 6 2 1 3 19 - 24 5
 Austria 6 2 0 4 21 - 28 4
 Great Britain 6 1 1 4 24 - 41 3
 Yugoslavia 6 0 2 4 16 - 29 2
 Romania did not participate
Poland earned promotion to the 1966 Group A. Romania joined France and Italy in the following year's qualification for Group B.
4 March Switzerland  7-2
 Austria
4 March Poland  9-5
 Hungary
4 March Yugoslavia  5-5
 Great Britain
5 March Poland  5-3
 Austria
5 March West Germany  8-2
 Yugoslavia
6 March Switzerland  3-1
 Hungary
6 March West Germany  12-4
 Great Britain
7 March Austria  5-4
 Great Britain
7 March Poland  3-1
 Switzerland
7 March Hungary  3-0
 Yugoslavia
8 March West Germany  2-1
 Austria
9 March Switzerland  3-3
 Yugoslavia
9 March West Germany  4-4
 Hungary
9 March Poland  11-2
 Great Britain
10 March Austria  6-5
 Yugoslavia
11 March Hungary  5-3
 Austria
11 March Poland  3-3
 West Germany
11 March Switzerland  7-4
 Great Britain
12 March Poland  4-1
 Yugoslavia
12 March Switzerland  6-1
 West Germany
12 March Hungary  1-5
 Great Britain

Ranking and statistics

 


 1965 IIHF World Championship Winners 

Soviet Union
5th title

Tournament Awards

Final standings

The final standings of the tournament according to IIHF:
 Soviet Union
 Czechoslovakia
 Sweden
4  Canada
5  East Germany
6  United States
7  Finland
8  Norway

European championships final standings

The final standings of the European championships according to IIHF:
 Soviet Union
 Czechoslovakia
 Sweden
4  East Germany
5  Finland
6  Norway

Citations

  1. ^ Duplacey p. 505

References

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