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Israel men's national ice hockey team

Shirt badge/Association crest
Association Ice Hockey Federation of Israel
Head coach Canada Jean Peron
Assistants Canada Dusan Kralik
Israel Semion Yakoubovitch
Captain Avishai Geller
Most games Yevgeny Gusin (87) [1]
Most points Sergei Frenkel (88) (36+52) [2]
IIHF ranking 39 Increase1
Highest IIHF ranking 33 (2006)
Lowest IIHF ranking 40 (first in 2011)
Team colours               
Home colours
Away colours
Third colours
First international
 Spain 23 – 4 Israel 
(Johannesburg, South Africa; 22 March 1992)
Biggest win
 Israel 26 – 2 Greece 
(Cape Town, South Africa; 15 April 2011)
Biggest defeat
 Latvia 32 – 0 Israel 
(Ljubljana, Slovenia; 15 March 1993)
IIHF World Championships
Appearances 21 (first in 1992)
Best result 28th (2006)
International record (W–L–T)
36–52–9

The Israeli National Ice Hockey Team is the national ice hockey team of Israel. They are currently ranked 39th as of 2010 by the International Ice Hockey Federation.

History

The best achievement was promotion to the IIHF World Championship Division I in 2005 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships. Next year the team relegated again to Division II. In 2011 the team finished first in Division III Group B earning a promotion to Division II.

Roster

From the 2013 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships[3]

# Name Pos Date of Birth Club
25 Aharonov, AlexanderAlexander Aharonov G 10 September1992 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
20 Sorotzky, AvihuAvihu Sorotzky G 22 July 1984 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
24 Oz, RanRan Oz D 7 May 1977 Israel HC Metulla
14 Avneri, TalTal Avneri F 20 May 1985 Israel Rishon Devils
98 Golodnizky, DanielDaniel Golodnizky F 2 August1994 Israel HC Maalot
22 Kantor, NavotNavot Kantor D 29 May 1991 Israel HC Maalot
10 Frenkel, SergeiSergei Frenkel F 6 August 1984 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
13 Levy, ShlomoShlomo Levy D 16 March 1976 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
9 Kniter, EvgeniEvgeni Kniter F 28 July 1982 Israel Maccabi Metula
7 Eizenman, OrenOren Eizenman F 27 March 1985 Japan Nippon Paper Cranes
12 Birbraer, MaximMaxim Birbraer F 15 December 1980 United Kingdom Cardiff Devils
8 Levy, ItzhakItzhak Levy F 2 May 1982 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
2 Bochner, DanielDaniel Bochner D 7 September 1984 Canada University Hockey Toronto
11 Moscovich, RaananRaanan Moscovich D 17 October 1986 Israel HC Metulla
15 Vainshtein, RonRon Vainshtein F 10 February 1995 Israel Maccabi Metula
17 Erlich, DanielDaniel Erlich F 13 March 1991 Canada University of Western Ontario
19 Geller, AvishaiAvishai Geller F 21 May 1979 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
21 Sherbatov, EliezerEliezer Sherbatov[4] F 9 October 1991 France HC Neuilly-sur-Marne
5 Greenberg, JoshuaJoshua Greenberg F 6 March 1989 Israel Bat Yam Icebergs
6 Horowitz, MikhaelMikhael Horowitz D 15 April 1988 Israel Maccabi Metula
18 Maaravi, ShaiShai Maaravi[5] D Israel Maccabi Metula
2 Margulis, EvgeniEvgeni Margulis D 7 February 1982 Israel Kfar Saba
9 Mazour, DanielDaniel Mazour F 5 January 1992 Israel HC Maalot

World Championships record

Notable former players

  • Oren Eizenman

References

External links

  • Ice Hockey Federation of Israel
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