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Ice hockey at the Olympic Winter Games

7. 1920, Apr 23 - 29 Antwerpen BEL
1. 1924, Jan 28 - Feb 03 Chamonix FRA
2. 1928, Feb 11 - 19 St. Moritz SUI
3. 1932, Feb 04 - 13 Lake Placid USA
4. 1936, Feb 06 - 16 Garmisch-Partenkirchen GER
1940, Feb 02 - 11 Garmisch-Partenkirchen GER
1944 Cortina d'Ampezzo ITA
5. 1948, Jan 30 - Feb 08 St. Moritz SUI
6. 1952, Feb 14 -25 Oslo NOR
7. 1956, Jan 26 - Feb 04 Cortina d'Ampezzo ITA
8. 1960, Feb 18 - 28 Squaw Valley USA
9. 1964, Jan 27 - Feb 08 Innsbruck AUT
10. 1968, Feb 06 - 18 Grenoble FRA
11. 1972, Feb 05- 13 Sapporo JPN
12. 1976, Feb 05 - 14 Innsbruck AUT
13. 1980, Feb 13 - 24 Lake Placid USA
14. 1984, Feb 08 - 19 Sarajevo YUG
15. 1988, Feb 13 - 28 Calgary CAN
16. 1992, Feb 08 - 23 Albertville FRA
17. 1994, Feb 12 - 27 Lillehammer NOR
18. 1998, Feb 07 - 22 Nagano JPN
19. 2002, Feb 09 - 24 Salt Lake City USA
20. 2006, Feb 11 - 26 Torino ITA
21. 2010, Feb 13 - 28 Vancouver CAN
22. 2014, Feb 08 - 23 Sochi RUS
23. 2018, Feb 10 - 25 PyeongChang KOR
24. 2022, Feb 03 - 20 Beijing CHN

1920: This inaugural tournament was played on occasion of 7th Olympic (Summer) Games. International Olympic Committee (IOC) did not establish separate Olympic Winter Games until 1924.
1940 and 1944 not held due to the World War II.
1992: All ice hockey games were played in Meribel.

Men

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1920 CAN --- USA TCH
1924 CAN --- USA GBR
1928 CAN --- SWE SUI
1932 CAN --- USA GER
1936 GBR --- CAN USA
1948 CAN --- TCH SUI
1952 CAN --- USA SWE
1956 URS --- USA CAN
1960 USA --- CAN URS
1964 URS --- SWE TCH
1968 URS --- TCH CAN
1972 URS --- USA TCH
1976 URS --- TCH FRG
1980 USA --- URS SWE
1984 URS --- TCH SWE
1988 URS --- FIN SWE
1992 CIS 3:1 CAN TCH
1994 SWE 3:2p CAN FIN
1998 CZE 1.0 RUS FIN
2002 CAN 5:2 USA RUS
2006 SWE 3:2 FIN CZE
2010 CAN 3:2ot USA FIN
2014 CAN 3:0 SWE FIN
2018 OAR 4:3ot GER CAN
2022 FIN 2:1 ROC SVK

2018: Olympic Athlete from Russia (OAR) is the International Olympic Committee's designation of select Russian athletes permitted to participate in the 2018 Winter Olympics in Pyeongchang, South Korea. The designation is the result of the suspension of the Russian Olympic Committee after the Olympic doping controversy.
2022: Following the Court of Arbitration in Sport (CAS) ruling in the case WADA v. RUSADA the Russian team is called ROC, the abbreviation of the Russian Olympic Committee.

Women

Gold Final Silver Bronze
1998 USA 3:1 CAN FIN
2002 CAN 3:2 USA SWE
2006 CAN 4:1 SWE USA
2010 CAN 2:0 USA FIN
2014 CAN 3:2ot USA SUI
2018 USA 3:2p CAN FIN
2022 CAN 3:2 USA FIN


Ice hockey at the Winter Youth Olympic Games

The Youth Olympic Games is an invitational international multi-sport event held every four years in staggered summer and winter events consistent with the current Olympic Games format. The age limitation of the athletes is between 14 and 18.
Beside the hockey tournament there are also separate competitions called "Skills Challenge" (fastest lap, shooting accuracy, skating agility, fastest shot, passing precision, puck control) and a 3x3 mixed tournament in 2022.

1. 2012, Jan 13 - 22 Innsbruck AUT
2. 2016, Feb 12 - 21 Lillehammer NOR
3. 2020, Jan 10 - 22 Lausanne SUI
4. 2024, Jan 19 - Feb 01 Gangwon KOR

Boys

Gold Final Silver Bronze
2012 FIN 2:1p RUS CAN
2016 USA 5:2 CAN RUS
2020 RUS 4:0 USA CAN

Girls

Gold Final Silver Bronze
2012 SWE 3:0 AUT GER
2016 SWE 3:1 CZE SUI
2020 JPN 4:1 SWE SVK


IIHF World Championships

During congress in 1929 in Budapest, LIHG decided to organize yearly World Championships separate from Olympic Tournaments. In the years of Olympic Games, those ice hockey tournaments were acknowledged as World Championships up until 1968.

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
LIHG Championship
1912, Mar 20 - 24 Bruxelles BEL GER --- OXF BEL
1913, Jan 23 - 25 St. Moritz SUI GER --- GBR FRA
1914, Jan 20 - 22 Chamonix FRA GBR --- GER FRA
World Championship
1920, 1924, 1928 see Olympic Games
1930, Jan 31 - Feb 02 Chamonix FRA CAN 6:1 GER SUI
1931, Feb 01 - 08 Krynica POL CAN --- USA AUT
1932 see Olympic Games
1933, Feb 18 - 26 Praha TCH USA 2:1ot CAN TCH
1934, Feb 03 - 11 Milano ITA CAN 2:1 USA GER
1935, Jan 09 - 27 Davos SUI CAN --- SUI GBR
1936 see Olympic Games
1937, Feb 18- 27 London GBR CAN --- GBR SUI
1938, Feb 11 - 20 Praha TCH CAN 3:1 GBR TCH
1939, Feb 03 - 14 Basel SUI CAN --- USA SUI
1947, Feb 15 - 23 Praha TCH TCH --- SWE AUT
1948 see Olympic Games
1949, Feb 12 - 20 Stockholm SWE TCH --- CAN USA
1950, Mar 13 - 22 London GBR CAN --- USA SUI
1951, Mar 10 - 17 Paris FRA CAN --- SWE SUI
1952 see Olympic Games
1953, Mar 06 - 15 Basel and Zürich SUI SWE --- FRG SUI
1954, Feb 26 - Mar 07 Stockholm SWE URS --- CAN SWE
1955, Feb 25 - Mar 06 Köln, Dortmund, Düsseldorf, Krefeld FRG CAN --- URS TCH
1956 see Olympic Games
1957, Feb 24 - Mar 05 Moskva URS SWE --- URS TCH
1958, Feb 28 - Mar 09 Oslo NOR CAN --- URS SWE
1959, Mar 05 - 15 Praha TCH CAN --- URS TCH
1960 see Olympic Games
1961, Mar 01 - 13 Genève and Lausanne SUI CAN --- TCH URS
1962, Mar 07 - 18 Colorado Springs, Denver USA SWE --- CAN USA
1963, Mar 07 - 17 Stockholm SWE URS --- SWE TCH
1964, Jan 27 - Feb 08 Innsbruck AUT (OG) URS --- SWE CAN
1965, Mar 03 - 14 Tampere FIN URS --- TCH SWE
1966, Mar 03 - 13 Ljubljana YUG URS --- TCH CAN
1967, Mar 18 - 29 Wien AUT URS --- SWE CAN
1968 see Olympic Games
1969, Mar 15 - 30 Stockholm SWE URS --- SWE TCH
1970, Mar 14 - 30 Stockholm SWE URS --- SWE TCH
1971, Mar 19 - Apr 03 Genève and Bern SUI URS --- TCH SWE
1972, Apr 07 - 22 Praha TCH TCH --- URS SWE
1973, Mar 31 - Apr 15 Moskva URS URS --- SWE TCH
1974, Apr 05 - 20 Helsinki FIN URS --- TCH SWE
1975, Apr 03 - 19 Düsseldorf and München FRG URS --- TCH SWE
1976, Apr 08 - 25 Katowice POL TCH --- URS SWE
1977, Apr 21 - May 08 Wien AUT TCH --- SWE URS
1978, Apr 26 - May 14 Praha TCH URS --- TCH CAN
1979, Apr 14 - 27 Moskva URS URS --- TCH SWE
1981, Apr 12 - 26 Göteborg and Stockholm SWE URS --- SWE TCH
1982, Apr 15 - 29 Helsinki and Tampere FIN URS --- TCH CAN
1983, Apr 16 - May 02 München FRG URS --- TCH CAN
1985, Apr 17 - May 03 Praha TCH TCH --- CAN URS
1986, Apr 12 - 28 Moskva URS URS --- SWE CAN
1987, Apr 17 - May 03 Wien AUT SWE --- URS TCH
1989, Apr 15 - May 01 Stockholm SWE URS --- CAN TCH
1990, Apr 16 - May 02 Bern SUI URS --- SWE TCH
1991, Apr 19 - May 04 Turku FIN SWE --- CAN URS
1992, Apr 28 - May 10 Praha TCH SWE 5:2 FIN TCH
1993, Apr 18 - May 02 München FRG RUS 3:1 SWE CZE
1994, Apr 25 - May 08 Milano ITA CAN 2:1p FIN SWE
1995, Apr 23 - May 07 Stockholm SWE FIN 4:1 SWE CAN
1996, Apr 21 - May 05 Wien AUT CZE 4:2 CAN USA
1997, Apr 26 - May 14 Helsinki FIN CAN 2:3,3:1,2:1 SWE CZE
1998, May 01 - 17 Zürich SUI SWE 1:0,0:0 FIN CZE
1999, May 01 - 16 Lillehammer NOR CZE 3:1,1:4 FIN SWE
2000, Apr 28 - May 14 Sankt Peterburg RUS CZE 5:3 SVK FIN
2001, Apr 29 - May 14 Hannover GER CZE 3:2ot FIN SWE
2002, Apr 26 - May 11 Stockholm SWE SVK 4:3 RUS SWE
2003, Apr 26 - May 11 Helsinki FIN CAN 3:2ot SWE SVK
2004, Apr 24 - May 09 Praha CZE CAN 5:3 SWE USA
2005, Apr 30 - May 15 Wien AUT CZE 3:0 CAN RUS
2006, May 05 - 21 Rīga LAT SWE 4:0 CZE FIN
2007, Apr 27 - May 13 Moskva RUS CAN 4:2 FIN RUS
2008, May 02 - 18 Québec City CAN RUS 5:4ot CAN FIN
2009, Apr 24 - May 10 Bern SUI RUS 2:1 CAN SWE
2010, May 07 - 23 Köln GER CZE 2:1 RUS SWE
2011, Apr 29 - May 15 Bratislava SVK FIN 6:1 SWE CZE
2012, May 04 - 20 Helsinki FIN RUS 6:2 SVK CZE
2013, May 03 - 19 Stockholm SWE SWE 5:1 SUI USA
2014, May 09 - 25 Minsk BLR RUS 5:2 FIN SWE
2015, May 01 - 17 Praha CZE CAN 6:1 RUS USA
2016, May 06 - 22 Moskva URS CAN 2:0 FIN RUS
2017, May 05 - 21 Köln GER SWE 2:1p CAN RUS
2018, May 04 - 20 København DEN SWE 3:2p SUI USA
2019, May 10 - 26 Bratislava SVK FIN 3:1 CAN RUS
2020, May 08 - 24 Zürich SUI cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021, May 21 - Jun 06 Rīga LAT CAN 3:2ot FIN USA
2022, May 13 - 29 Tampere FIN FIN 4:3ot CAN CZE

LIHG Championship = Before World War One LIHG only organized European Championships and LIHG Championships (a sort of "unofficial World Championships"). Also, Oxford Canadians as only non-European members were allowed to participate, and European teams were not subject to any restrictions concerning the number of foreign players.
OXF = Oxford Canadians (LIHG member before World War One)
1964: Only the games among the top four teams counted for the World Championship ranking.
1999: Should both teams win one final game, a prolongation of 10 minutes maximum (Sudden victory) will follow after completion of second game. If necessary, a penalty shoot-out will take place after that.
2021: Original co-host was Minsk BLR. Due to safety and security issues that are beyond the IIHF's control, the IIHF Council confirmed on 2021, Jan 18 that the decision to move the World Championship from Minsk BLR is unavoidable.


World Cups

Canada Cup and its successor World Cup are competitions created in the course of a new cooperation between IIHF and NHL after Canadian boycott of World Championships 1970-76. In this competition, playing under NHL rules, all players of NHL are allowed to participate. In addition to both North American teams, CAN and USA, also qualified top four teams of preceding World Championship (World Cup plus two wild cards).

Winners Final Runners-up Third place
Canada Cup
1976, Sep 03 - 15 Toronto and Montreal CAN CAN 6:0,5:4ot TCH URS
1981, Sep 01 - 13 Montreal CAN URS 8:1 CAN ---
1984, Sep 01 - 18 Calgary and Edmonton CAN CAN 5:2,6:5 SWE ---
1987, Aug 28 - Sep 15 Montreal and Hamilton CAN CAN 5:6ot,6:5o2,6:5t URS ---
1991, Aug 31 - Sep 16 Montreal and Hamilton CAN CAN 4:1,4:2 USA ---
World Cup
1996, Aug 26 - Sep 14 Philadelphia USA and Montreal CAN USA 3:4ot,5:2,5:2 CAN ---
2004, Aug 30 - Sep 14 Toronto CAN CAN 3:2 FIN ---
2016, Sep 17 - 29 Toronto CAN CAN 3:1,2:1 EUR ---

2016: EUR = Players from European nations not already represented in the tournament (AUT, DEN, FRA, GER, NOR, SLO, SUI, SVK)


IIHF Women's World Championships

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1990, Mar 19 - 25 Ottawa CAN CAN 5:2 USA FIN
1992, Apr 20 - 26 Tampere FIN CAN 8:0 USA FIN
1994, Apr 11 - 17 Lake Placid USA CAN 6:3 USA FIN
1997, Mar 31 - Apr 06 Kitchener CAN CAN 4:3ot USA FIN
1999, Mar 08 - 14 Espoo FIN CAN 3:1 USA FIN
2000, Apr 03 - 09 Mississauga CAN CAN 3:2ot USA FIN
2001, Apr 02 - 08 Minneapolis USA CAN 3:2 USA RUS
2003, Apr 03 - 09 Beijing CHN on Mar 30, 2003, cancelled by the IIHF due to the SARS disease
2004, Mar 30 - Apr 06 Halifax CAN CAN 2:0 USA FIN
2005, Apr 02 - 09 Linköping SWE USA 1:0p CAN SWE
2007, Apr 03 - 10 Winnipeg CAN CAN 5:1 USA SWE
2008, Apr 04 - 12 Harbin CHN USA 4:3 CAN FIN
2009, Apr 04 - 12 Hämeenlinna FIN USA 4:1 CAN FIN
2011, Apr 16 - 25 Zürich SUI USA 3:2ot CAN FIN
2012, Apr 07 - 14 Burlington USA CAN 5:4ot USA SUI
2013, Apr 02 - 09 Ottawa CAN USA 3:2 CAN RUS
2015, Mar 28 - Apr 04 Malmö SWE USA 7:5 CAN FIN
2016, Mar 28 - Apr 04 Kamloops CAN USA 1:0ot CAN RUS
2017, Mar 31 - Apr 07 Plymouth USA USA 3:2ot CAN FIN
2019, Apr 04 - 14 Espoo FIN USA 2:1p FIN CAN
2020, Mar 31 - Apr 10 Halifax CAN cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021, Aug 20 - 31 Calgary CAN CAN 3:2ot USA FIN
2022, Aug 25 - Sep 04 Herning DEN CAN 2:1 USA CZE

2021: Originally planned in Halifax and Truro for Apr 07 - 17 but postponed to May 06 - 16, before cancelled by an announcement of the provincial government of Nova Scotia on Apr 21, due to the pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19). The IIHF released the new dates in Summer 2021 on Apr 30.


IIHF World Junior Championships

After three unofficial holdings, IIHF is organizing these world championships for players aged under 20 since 1977.

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
Unofficial tournament
1973, Dec 27 - 1974, Jan 06 Leningrad URS URS --- FIN CAN
1974, Dec 26 - 1975, Jan 05 Brandon CAN, Winnipeg CAN, Bloomington USA, Minneapolis USA URS --- CAN SWE
1975, Dec 26 - 1976, Jan 01 Pori, Rauma, Tampere, Turku FIN URS --- CAN TCH
World Junior Championship
1976, Dec 22 - 1977, Jan 02 Banská Bystrica and Zvolen TCH URS --- CAN TCH
1977, Dec 22 - 1978, Jan 03 Montreal CAN URS 5:2 SWE CAN
1978, Dec 27 - 1979, Jan 03 Karlstad and Karlskoga SWE URS --- TCH SWE
1979, Dec 27 - 1980, Jan 02 Helsinki FIN URS --- FIN SWE
1980, Dec 27 - 1981, Jan 02 Kaufbeuren, Augsburg, Landsberg, Oberstdorf FRG SWE --- FIN URS
1981, Dec 22 - 1982, Jan 02 Minneapolis USA CAN --- TCH FIN
1982, Dec 26 - 1983, Jan 04 Leningrad URS URS --- TCH CAN
1983, Dec 25 - 1984, Jan 03 Nyköping and Norrköping SWE URS --- FIN TCH
1984, Dec 23 - 1985, Jan 01 Espoo, Helsinki, Turku, Vantaa FIN CAN --- TCH URS
1985, Dec 26 - 1986, Jan 04 Hamilton CAN URS --- CAN USA
1986, Dec 26 - 1987, Jan 04 Nitra, Pieštány, Trenčín, Topoľčany TCH FIN --- TCH SWE
1987, Dec 26 - 1988, Jan 04 Moskva URS CAN --- URS FIN
1988, Dec 26 - 1989, Jan 04 Anchorage USA URS --- SWE TCH
1989, Dec 26 - 1990, Jan 04 Helsinki FIN CAN --- URS TCH
1990, Dec 26 - 1991, Jan 04 Saskatchewan CAN CAN --- URS TCH
1991, Dec 26 - 1992, Jan 04 Füssen and Kaufbeuren GER CIS --- SWE USA
1992, Dec 26 - 1993, Jan 04 Gävle SWE CAN --- SWE TCH
1993, Dec 26 - 1994, Jan 04 Frýdek-Místek and Ostrava CZE CAN --- SWE RUS
1994, Dec 26 - 1995, Jan 04 Red Deer CAN CAN --- RUS SWE
1995, Dec 26 - 1996, Jan 05 Boston USA CAN 4:1 SWE RUS
1996, Dec 26 - 1997, Jan 04 Genève SUI CAN 2:0 USA RUS
1997, Dec 25 - 1998, Jan 03 Helsinki FIN FIN 2:1ot RUS SUI
1998, Dec 26 - 1999, Jan 05 Winnipeg CAN RUS 3:2ot CAN SVK
1999, Dec 25 - 2000, Jan 04 Skellefteå SWE CZE 1:0p RUS CAN
2000, Dec 26 - 2001, Jan 05 Moskva RUS CZE 2:1 FIN CAN
2001, Dec 25 - 2002, Jan 04 Pardubice CZE RUS 5:4 CAN FIN
2002, Dec 26 - 2003, Jan 05 Halifax CAN RUS 3:2 CAN FIN
2003, Dec 26 - 2004, Jan 05 Helsinki FIN USA 4:3 CAN FIN
2004, Dec 25 - 2005, Jan 04 Grand Forks USA CAN 6:1 RUS CZE
2005, Dec 26 - 2006, Jan 05 Vancouver CAN CAN 5:0 RUS FIN
2006, Dec 26 - 2007, Jan 05 Leksand SWE CAN 4:2 RUS USA
2007, Dec 26 - 2008, Jan 05 Pardubice CZE CAN 3:2ot SWE RUS
2008, Dec 26 - 2009, Jan 05 Ottawa CAN CAN 5:1 SWE RUS
2009, Dec 26 - 2010, Jan 05 Saskatoon CAN USA 6:5ot CAN SWE
2010, Dec 26 - 2011, Jan 05 Buffalo USA RUS 5:3 CAN USA
2011, Dec 26 - 2012, Jan 05 Calgary CAN SWE 1:0ot RUS CAN
2012, Dec 26 - 2013, Jan 05 Ufa RUS USA 3:1 SWE RUS
2013, Dec 26 - 2014, Jan 05 Malmö SWE FIN 3:2ot SWE RUS
2014, Dec 26 - 2015, Jan 05 Toronto CAN CAN 5:4 RUS SVK
2015, Dec 26 - 2016, Jan 05 Helsinki FIN FIN 4:3ot RUS USA
2016, Dec 26 - 2017, Jan 05 Montreal CAN USA 5:4p CAN RUS
2017, Dec 26 - 2018, Jan 05 Buffalo USA CAN 3:1 SWE USA
2018, Dec 26 - 2019, Jan 05 Vancouver CAN FIN 3:2 USA RUS
2019, Dec 26 - 2020, Jan 05 Ostrava CZE CAN 4:3 USA SWE
2020, Dec 25 - 2021, Jan 05 Edmonton CAN USA 2:0 CAN FIN
2022, Aug 09 - 20 Edmonton CAN CAN 3:2ot FIN SWE

1992: On Jan 01, 1993, Czechoslovakia divided in two independent states: Czech Republic and Slovakia. The last three games of the tournament were played as unified team "Czech Republic and Slovakia".
2022: Originally begun to play in Edmonton and Red Deer from Dec 26, 2021, to Jan 05, 2022. On Dec 29, the IIHF stopped and cancelled the tournament due to the ongoing spread of COVID-19.


IIHF World U18 Championships

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
1999, Apr 08 - 18 Füssen and Kaufbeuren GER FIN --- SWE SVK
2000, Apr 12 - 24 Kloten SUI FIN 3:1 RUS SWE
2001, Apr 12 - 22 Helsinki FIN RUS 6:2 SUI FIN
2002, Apr 11 - 21 Pieštany and Trnava SVK USA --- RUS CZE
2003, Apr 12 - 23 Yaroslavl RUS CAN 3:0 SVK RUS
2004, Apr 08 - 18 Minsk BLR RUS 3:2 USA CZE
2005, Apr 14 - 20 Plzeň CZE USA 5:1 CAN SWE
2006, Apr 12 - 22 Ängelholm SWE USA 3:1 FIN CZE
2007, Apr 11 - 22 Tampere FIN RUS 6:5 USA SWE
2008, Apr 13 - 23 Kazan RUS CAN 8:0 RUS USA
2009, Apr 09 - 19 Fargo USA USA 5:0 RUS FIN
2010, Apr 13 - 23 Minsk BLR USA 3:1 SWE FIN
2011, Apr 14 - 24 Crimmitschau GER USA 4:3ot SWE RUS
2012, Apr 12 - 22 Brno CZE USA 7:0 SWE CAN
2013, Apr 18 - 28 Sochi RUS CAN 3:2 UAS FIN
2014, Apr 17 - 27 Lappeenranta FIN USA 5:2 CZE CAN
2015, Apr 16 - 26 Zug SUI USA 2:1ot FIN CAN
2016, Apr 14 - 24 Grand Forks USA FIN 6:1 SWE USA
2017, Apr 13 - 23 Poprad SVK USA 4:2 FIN RUS
2018, Apr 16 - 29 Chelyabinsk RUS FIN 3:2 USA SWE
2019, Apr 18 - 28 Örnsköldsvik SWE SWE 4:3ot RUS USA
2020, Apr 16 - 26 Plymouth USA cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2021, Apr 26 - May 06 Frisco USA CAN 5:3 RUS SWE
2022, Apr 23 - May 01 Landshut GER SWE 6:4 USA FIN

2021: Originally planned in Plymouth and Ann Arbor on Apr 15 - 25 relocated due to the pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19).


IIHF Women's World U18 Championships

World Champions Final Runners-up Third place
2008, Jan 07 - 12 Calgary CAN USA 5:2 CAN CZE
2009, Jan 05 - 10 Füssen GER USA 3:2ot CAN SWE
2010, Mar 27 - Apr 03 Chicago USA CAN 5:4ot USA SWE
2011, Jan 01 - 08 Stockholm SWE USA 5:2 CAN FIN
2011, Dec 31 - 2012, Jan 07 Zlín CZE CAN 3:0 USA SWE
2012, Dec 29 - 2013, Jan 05 Heinola FIN CAN 2:1ot USA SWE
2014, Mar 23 - 30 Budapest HUN CAN 5:1 USA CZE
2015, Jan 05 - 12 Buffalo USA USA 3:2ot CAN RUS
2016, Jan 08 - 15 St. Catharines CAN USA 3:2ot CAN SWE
2017, Jan 07 - 14 Zlín CZE USA 3:1 CAN RUS
2018, Jan 06 - 13 Dmitrov RUS USA 9:3 SWE CAN
2019, Jan 06 - 13 Obihiro JPN CAN 3:2ot USA FIN
2019, Dec 26 - 2020, Jan 02 Bratislava SVK USA 2:1ot CAN RUS
2021, Jan 05 - 12 Linköping and Mjölby SWE cancelled due to the COVID-19 pandemic
2022, Jun 06 - 13 Madison USA CAN 3:2 USA FIN

2022: Originally planned on Jan 08 - 15 in Linköping and Mjölby SWE and first cancelled due to the pandemic of the coronavirus (COVID-19), on 17.02.2022 the tournament was relocated.



Last modified: 09.11.2022