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Serbia national ice hockey team

Serbia
Shirt badge/Association crest
The Coat of arms of Serbia is the badge used on the players jerseys.
Nickname(s) Bеli Оrlоvi (White Eagles)
Association Serbian Ice Hockey Association
Head coach Nikola Bera
Assistants Marko Milovanovic
Captain Marko Kovačević
Most games Milos Babic (39)
Most points Marko Kovačević (43)
IIHF code SRB
IIHF ranking 31 Steady
Highest IIHF ranking 29 (2010)
Lowest IIHF ranking 32 (2009)
Team colors               
First international
 Serbia 6–4 Turkey 
(11 April 2007; Zagreb, Croatia)
Biggest win
 Serbia 17–0 New Zealand 
(18 April 2012; Reykjavík, Iceland)
Biggest defeat

 Austria 13–0 Serbia 
(19 April 2010; Tilburg, Netherlands)

 Ukraine 15–2 Serbia 
(22 April 2010; Tilburg, Netherlands)
IIHF World Championships
Appearances 4 (first in 2007)
Best result 27th (2010)
International record (W–L–T)
17–26–1

The Serbian national ice hockey team is the national men's ice hockey team of Serbia, and a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. They are currently ranked 30th in the IIHF World Rankings and competes in IIHF World Championship Division I.

Contents

  • Roster 1
  • Olympic Games record 2
  • World Championships record 3
  • References 4
  • External links 5

Roster

  • Current roster:[1]
Pos. No. Player Day of Birth Team
GK 1 Milan Luković 12 December 1986 HK Partizan Beograd
GK 25 Arsenije Rankovic 26 March 1992 Beostar Beograd
D 17 Ugljesa Novakovic 17 March 1995 Beostar Beograd
D 16 Stefan Ilic 27 March 1990 HC Varese
D 13 Aleksa Luković 6 February 1992 HK Partizan Beograd
D 3 Nikola Bibic 17 July 1984 Stoney Creek Generals
D 10 Boris Gabric 13 September 1983 HK Partizan Beograds
D 24 Robert Sabadoš 26 November 1989 Dunaújváros AC
D 12 Mihajlo Korac 28 December 1992 HK Partizan Beograd
D 15 Dragan Komazec 11 July 1989 HK Partizan Beograd
D 21 Marko Brkušanin 21 June 1990 HK Partizan Beograd
F 6 Nemanja Jankovic 7 February 1988 HK Partizan Beograd
F 7 Nikola Lazarevic 21 July 1994 Valley Junior Warriors
F 8 Milos Babic 15 April 1988 Vannersborgs HC
F 4 Nemanja Vučurević 20 April 1991 HK Maribor
F 18 Nikola Kerezovic 12 September 1994 Beostar Beograd
F 9 Nenad Raković 24 March 1986 HK Partizan Beograd
F 19 Marko Kovacevic 8 June 1985 HK Partizan Beograd
F 22 Andrej Zwick 20 September 1995 Ujpesti TE
F 11 Dimitrije Filipović 1 August 1993 HK Partizan Beograd
F 23 Pavle Ogrizovic 20 March 1990 HK Partizan Beograd

Olympic Games record

Year Position
1924–1992 As part of SFR Yugoslavia
1994 Lillehammer Didn't participate
1998–2006 As part of Serbia and Montenegro
2010 Vancouver Didn't qualify
2014 Sochi Didn't qualify

World Championships record

Key:   Division I    Division II 
Year Division GP W OTW OTL L GF GA Pts Finish Rank Movement
1939–1992 as part of  Yugoslavia
1993–2006 as part of  Serbia and Montenegro
2007 Division II, Group A 5 2 0 0 3 18 16 6 4th 35th
2008 Division II, Group A 5 3 0 1 1 32 19 10 3rd 33rd
2009 Division II, Group A 5 4 1 0 0 40 11 14 1st 30th Increase
2010 Division I, Group A 5 0 0 1 4 8 46 1 6th 27th Decrease
2011 Division II, Group A 5 3 0 0 2 22 11 9 3rd 33rd
2012 Division II, Group A 5 1 0 0 4 27 20 3 5th 33rd
2013 Division II, Group A 5 2 0 0 3 14 21 6 5th 33rd
2014 Division II, Group A 5 2 0 1 2 19 23 7 3rd 31st

References

  1. ^ "Serbia Roster". 

External links

  • IIHF profile
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