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Ice Hockey European Championships

The Ice Hockey European Championship was an annual World Championships until 1991. There were independent championships again in 1929 and 1932, and no European (or World) Champion awarded in the olympic years 1980, 1984, and 1988.[1]

Contents

  • Results 1
  • European Medalists from combined events 2
  • Medal table 3
  • References 4
  • See also 5

Results

Year Gold Silver Bronze Venue
1910  Great Britain  Germany  Belgium Les Avants, Switzerland
1911  Bohemia  Germany  Belgium Berlin, Germany
1912 Annulled Prague, Austria-Hungary
1913  Belgium  Bohemia  Germany Munich, Germany
1914  Bohemia  Germany  Belgium Berlin, Germany
No Championships 1915-1920 (World War I)
1921  Sweden  Czechoslovakia Stockholm, Sweden
1922  Czechoslovakia  Sweden   Switzerland St. Moritz, Switzerland
1923  Sweden  France  Czechoslovakia Antwerp, Belgium
1924  France  Sweden   Switzerland Milan, Italy
1925  Czechoslovakia  Austria   Switzerland Štrbské Pleso / Starý Smokovec, Czechoslovakia
1926   Switzerland  Czechoslovakia  Austria Davos, Switzerland
1927  Austria  Belgium  Germany Vienna, Austria
1929  Czechoslovakia  Poland  Austria Budapest, Hungary
1932  Sweden  Austria   Switzerland Berlin, Germany

Notes

  • Prague 1912: Championship annulled because Austria was not a member of the IIHF at the time of the competition. (1.Bohemia, 2.Germany, 3.Austria)
  • Berlin 1932 was the last separate IIHF European Championship event.
  • European Championships medals were awarded to the European participants of the IIHF World Championships until 1991.

European Medalists from combined events

Year Gold Silver Bronze
1928  Sweden   Switzerland  Great Britain
1930  Germany   Switzerland  Austria
1931  Austria  Poland  Czechoslovakia
1933  Czechoslovakia  Austria  Germany
  Switzerland
1934  Germany   Switzerland  Czechoslovakia
1935   Switzerland  Great Britain  Czechoslovakia
1936  Great Britain  Czechoslovakia  Germany
1937  Great Britain   Switzerland  Germany
1938  Great Britain  Czechoslovakia  Germany
1939   Switzerland  Czechoslovakia  Germany
1947  Czechoslovakia  Sweden  Austria
1948  Czechoslovakia   Switzerland  Sweden
1949  Czechoslovakia  Sweden   Switzerland
1950   Switzerland  Great Britain  Sweden
1951  Sweden   Switzerland  Norway
1952  Sweden  Czechoslovakia   Switzerland
1953  Sweden  West Germany   Switzerland
1954  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1955  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1956  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1957  Sweden  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia
1958  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1959  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1960  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1961  Czechoslovakia  Soviet Union  Sweden
1962  Sweden  Finland  Norway
1963  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1964  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1965  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1966  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  East Germany
1967  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1968  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1969  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1970  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1971  Czechoslovakia  Soviet Union  Sweden
1972  Czechoslovakia  Soviet Union  Sweden
1973  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1974  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1975  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1976  Czechoslovakia  Sweden  Soviet Union
1977  Czechoslovakia  Sweden  Soviet Union
1978  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1979  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1981  Soviet Union  Sweden  Czechoslovakia
1982  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1983  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1985  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Finland
1986  Soviet Union  Sweden  Finland
1987  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Finland
1989  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia  Sweden
1990  Sweden  Soviet Union  Czechoslovakia
1991  Soviet Union  Sweden  Finland

Notes

  • from 1982 until 1991 only first round games were used for the European rankings.
  • in 1972 and 1976 there was a world tournament separate from the olympics.

Medal table

# Team Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Soviet Union 27 5 2 34
2 Bohemia / Czechoslovakia 14 22 16 52
 Bohemia 2 1 0 3
 Czechoslovakia 12 21 16 49
3  Sweden 10 18 17 45
4   Switzerland 4 6 8 18
5  Great Britain 4 2 1 7
6 Germany / West Germany 2 3 7 12
 Germany 2 2 7 11
 West Germany 0 1 0 1
7  Austria 2 3 4 9
8  Belgium 1 1 3 5
9  France 1 1 0 2
10  Poland 0 2 0 2
11  Finland 0 1 4 5
12  Norway 0 0 2 2
13  East Germany 0 0 1 1

References

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See also

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