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The Yugoslav national ice hockey team was the national men's ice hockey in the former republic of Yugoslavia. They competed in five Olympic Games competitions. This article discusses the team that represented the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and its predecessors, but not the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia. For the FRY, please see the Serbia and Montenegro men's national ice hockey team. The team was largely composed of players from Slovenia: throughout its existence 91% of all players on the national team were Slovene, and the entire roster for the team at the 1984 Winter Olympics, held in Sarajevo were from Slovenia.

Yugoslavia
AssociationIce Hockey Federation of Yugoslavia
Most gamesEdo Hafner (203)
Most pointsZvone Šuvak (202)
IIHF codeYUG
First international
Romania 0–1 Yugoslavia
(Ljubljana, Yugoslavia; January 30, 1934)
Last international
Austria 14–0 Yugoslavia
(Klagenfurt, Austria; April 12, 1992)
Biggest win
Yugoslavia 28–1Belgium
(Copenhagen, Denmark; March 28, 1987)
Biggest defeat
Czechoslovakia 24–0 Yugoslavia
(Zürich, Switzerland; February 3, 1939)
IIHF World Championships
Appearances29 (first in 1939)
Best result8th (1974)
IIHF European Championships and World Cup
Appearances3 (first in 1939)
Best result7th (1968)
Olympics
Appearances5 (first in 1964)

Contents

Games GP W T L GF GA Coach Captain Finish Rank
1964 Innsbruck 8 3 1 4 30 51 ? ? Consolation Round 14th
1968 Grenoble 6 5 0 1 35 20 ? ? Consolation Round 9th
1972 Sapporo 5 0 1 4 10 25 ? ? Consolation Round 11th
1976 Innsbruck 6 3 0 3 26 27 ? ? Consolation Round 10th
1980 Lake Placid Did not qualify, took part in Thayer Tutt Trophy.
1984 Sarajevo 5 1 0 4 8 37 Štefan Seme ? First Round 11th

Thayer Tutt Trophy record

Games GP W T L GF GA Coach Captain Finish Rank
1980 Ljubljana 9 2 3 4 32 19 ? ? Championship Round
1984 Briançon, Gap, Grenoble, and Villard-de-Lans Did not participate, hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics.
1988 Eindhoven and Tilburg 6 3 1 2 25 22 ? ? 5th Place Game 5th
  • 1939 - 13th place
  • 1951 - 6th place in Pool B
  • 1955 - 5th place in Pool B
  • 1961 - 3rd place in Pool C
  • 1963 - 5th place in Pool B
  • 1965 - 7th place in Pool B
  • 1966 - 3rd place in Pool B
  • 1967 - 4th place in Pool B
  • 1969 - 3rd place in Pool B
  • 1970 - 4th place in Pool B
  • 1971 - 5th place in Pool B
  • 1972 - 6th place in Pool B
  • 1973 - 3rd place in Pool B
  • 1974 - 2nd place in Pool B
  • 1975 - 4th place in Pool B
  • 1976 - 5th place in Pool B
  • 1977 - 7th place in Pool B
  • 1978 - 8th place in Pool B
  • 1979 - 1st place in Pool C
  • 1981 - 7th place in Pool B
  • 1982 - 2nd place in Pool C
  • 1983 - 8th place in Pool B
  • 1985 - 2nd place in Pool C
  • 1986 - 7th place in Pool B
  • 1987 - 4th place in Pool C
  • 1989 - 2nd place in Pool C
  • 1990 - 1st place in Pool C
  • 1991 - 6th place in Pool B
  • 1992 - 8th place in Pool B
  • 1939 - 11th place
  • 1964 - 11th place
  • 1968 - 7th place

Since the breakup of Yugoslavia, the following successor national teams have competed:

  1. Manninen, Henrik (2014-02-04). "A Slovenian send-off". IIHF.com. Retrieved2017-05-13.

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Yugoslavia national ice hockey team Language Watch Edit 160 160 Redirected from Yugoslavia men 039 s national ice hockey team This article needs additional citations for verification Please help improve this article by adding citations to reliable sources Unsourced material may be challenged and removed Find sources Yugoslavia national ice hockey team news newspapers books scholar JSTOR July 2017 Learn how and when to remove this template message The Yugoslav national ice hockey team was the national men s ice hockey in the former republic of Yugoslavia They competed in five Olympic Games competitions This article discusses the team that represented the Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia and its predecessors but not the Federal Republic of Yugoslavia For the FRY please see the Serbia and Montenegro men s national ice hockey team The team was largely composed of players from Slovenia throughout its existence 91 of all players on the national team were Slovene and the entire roster for the team at the 1984 Winter Olympics held in Sarajevo were from Slovenia 1 YugoslaviaAssociationIce Hockey Federation of YugoslaviaMost gamesEdo Hafner 203 Most pointsZvone Suvak 202 IIHF codeYUGFirst internationalRomania 0 1 Yugoslavia Ljubljana Yugoslavia January 30 1934 Last international Austria 14 0 Yugoslavia Klagenfurt Austria April 12 1992 Biggest winYugoslavia 28 1 Belgium Copenhagen Denmark March 28 1987 Biggest defeatCzechoslovakia 24 0 Yugoslavia Zurich Switzerland February 3 1939 IIHF World ChampionshipsAppearances29 first in 1939 Best result8th 1974 IIHF European Championships and World CupAppearances3 first in 1939 Best result7th 1968 OlympicsAppearances5 first in 1964 Contents 1 Olympic record 1 1 Thayer Tutt Trophy record 2 World Championship record 3 European Championship record 4 Successor teams 5 ReferencesOlympic record EditGames GP W T L GF GA Coach Captain Finish Rank 1964 Innsbruck 8 3 1 4 30 51 Consolation Round 14th 1968 Grenoble 6 5 0 1 35 20 Consolation Round 9th 1972 Sapporo 5 0 1 4 10 25 Consolation Round 11th 1976 Innsbruck 6 3 0 3 26 27 Consolation Round 10th 1980 Lake Placid Did not qualify took part in Thayer Tutt Trophy 1984 Sarajevo 5 1 0 4 8 37 Stefan Seme First Round 11thThayer Tutt Trophy record Edit Games GP W T L GF GA Coach Captain Finish Rank 1980 Ljubljana 9 2 3 4 32 19 Championship Round 1984 Briancon Gap Grenoble and Villard de Lans Did not participate hosted the 1984 Winter Olympics 1988 Eindhoven and Tilburg 6 3 1 2 25 22 5th Place Game 5thWorld Championship record Edit Netherlands vs Yugoslavia at the 1961 Ice Hockey World Championships 1939 13th place 1951 6th place in Pool B 1955 5th place in Pool B 1961 3rd place in Pool C 1963 5th place in Pool B 1965 7th place in Pool B 1966 3rd place in Pool B 1967 4th place in Pool B 1969 3rd place in Pool B 1970 4th place in Pool B 1971 5th place in Pool B 1972 6th place in Pool B 1973 3rd place in Pool B 1974 2nd place in Pool B 1975 4th place in Pool B 1976 5th place in Pool B 1977 7th place in Pool B 1978 8th place in Pool B 1979 1st place in Pool C 1981 7th place in Pool B 1982 2nd place in Pool C 1983 8th place in Pool B 1985 2nd place in Pool C 1986 7th place in Pool B 1987 4th place in Pool C 1989 2nd place in Pool C 1990 1st place in Pool C 1991 6th place in Pool B 1992 8th place in Pool BEuropean Championship record Edit1939 11th place 1964 11th place 1968 7th placeSuccessor teams EditSince the breakup of Yugoslavia the following successor national teams have competed Bosnia and Herzegovina men s national ice hockey team Croatia men s national ice hockey team Macedonia men s national ice hockey team Serbia national ice hockey team Serbia and Montenegro men s national ice hockey team from 1992 to 2006 Slovenia men s national ice hockey teamReferences Edit Manninen Henrik 2014 02 04 A Slovenian send off IIHF com Retrieved 2017 05 13 Retrieved from https en wikipedia org w index php title Yugoslavia national ice hockey team amp oldid 1031111553, wikipedia, wiki, book,

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