Ice Hockey in Czechoslovakia

Ice Hockey in Czechoslovakia was governed by the Czech Ice Hockey Association. Czechoslovakia was a successor to Bohemia and was a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation from 1908-1993. Czechoslovakia Men’s national team won 6 World Championships and 12 European Championships. The Czechoslovakia national junior team never won the World JuniorChampionships but collected 5 Silvers and 6 Bronze Medals. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women and Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team
IIHF Member From: 1908-1993
History:
Czechoslovakia Men Official Results
Czechoslovakia Men Unofficial Results
Czechoslovakia Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: April 24th, 1920, 15-0 loss to Canada
First Unofficial Game Played: February 18th, 1921, 2-1 win over Sweden
Longest Official Winning Streak: (16) December 14th, 1950-February 17th, 1952
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (21) January 2nd, 1969-December 18th, 1978
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (23) March 24th, 1972-December 21st, 1972
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (30) December 22nd, 1968-September 4th, 1982
Longest Official Losing Streak: (9) September 2nd, 1991-November 10th, 1991
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (4) March 28th, 1931-January 29th, 1935
Biggest Official Win: 27-3 over East Germany April 25th, 1951
Biggest Unofficial Win: 21-1 over Manglerud Star Ishockey September 10th, 1977
Biggest Official Loss: 30-0 to Canada January 28th, 1924
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 8-0 to Russia B March 26th, 1985
Medals:
World Championships: Gold: 1947, 1949, 1972, 1976, 1977, 1985 Silver: 1961, 1965, 1966, 1971
1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1982, 1983 Bronze: 1933, 1938, 1955, 1957, 1959, 1963, 1969, 1970, 1973,
1981, 1987, 1989, 1990, 1992
Olympics: Silver: 1948, 1968, 1976, 1984 Bronze: 1920, 1964, 1972, 1992
European Championships: Gold: 1922, 1925, 1929, 1933, 1947, 1948, 1949, 1961, 1971, 1972,
1976, 1977 Silver: 1921, 1926, 1936, 1938, 1939, 1952, 1955, 1959, 1960, 1965, 1966, 1968, 1974,
1975, 1978, 1979, 1983, 1985, 1987, 1989 Bronze: 1923, 1931, 1934, 1935, 1954, 1956, 1957, 1958,
1963, 1964, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1973, 1981, 1982, 1990

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
1 GK Petr Briza Lukko Rauma (FIN)
30 GK Milan Hnilicka TJ Kladno
2 GK Oldrich Svoboda ASD Dukla Jihlava
3 D Leo Gudas JYP Jyväskylä (FIN)
24 D Jiri Jonak HC Skoda Plzen
5 D Drahomir Kadlec HIFK Helsinki (FIN)
4 D Frantisek Musil Calgary Flames (CAN)
8 D Frantisek Prochazka Jokerit Helsinki (FIN)
6 D Bedrich Scerban Tappara Tampere (FIN)
7 D Richard Smehlik TJ Vitkovice
9 D Robert Svehla HK Dukla Trencin
21 FW Patrik Augusta ASD Dukla Jihlava
18 FW Petr Hrbek HC Sparta Praha
20 FW Otakar Janecky Jokerit Helsinki (FIN)
25 FW Tomas Jelinek HPK Hämeenlinnan (FIN)
12 FW Kamil Kastak HC Chemopetrol Litvínov
11 FW Robert Lang HC Chemopetrol Litvínov
28 FW Igor Liba HC Fiemme Cavalese (ITA)
14 FW Ladislav Lubina ESV Kaufbeuren (GER)
23 FW Robert Reichel Calgary Flames (CAN)
10 FW Petr Rosol HC Fassa Falcons (ITA)
17 FW Peter Veselovsky HC Kosice
13 FW Richard Zemlicka HC Sparta Praha
  HC Ivan Hlinka (1991/92)

 

Women’s National Team
IIHF Member From: 1908-1993
History:
Czechoslovakia Women Official Results
Czechoslovakia Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: April 2nd, 1988, 8-1 loss to Switzerland
Longest Official Winning Streak: (1) April 4th, 1989
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (1) April 4th, 1989
Longest Official Losing Streak: (4) April 4th-9th, 1989
Biggest Official Win: 7-1 over Netherlands April 9th, 1989
Biggest Official Loss: 34-0 to Finland April 4th, 1989
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 14-0 to United States B December 28th, 1999

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
13 GK Hana Hofrichtrova Czechoslovakia
2 GK Jana Killianova Czechoslovakia
8 D Hana Fidrmucova Czechoslovakia
6 D Jana Havickova Czechoslovakia
4 D Martina Vankova Czechoslovakia
20 D Iveta Veleganova Czechoslovakia
10 D Pavla Veverkova Czechoslovakia
11 FW Dagmar Adamcikova Czechoslovakia
5 FW Jaroslava Jahnatkova Czechoslovakia
14 FW Jitka Jandacova Czechoslovakia
22 FW Jana Kocziszka Czechoslovakia
16 FW Iva Mastalirova Czechoslovakia
21 FW Alena Mullerova Czechoslovakia
12 FW Gabriela Mullerova Czechoslovakia
15 FW Jana Randova Czechoslovakia
19 FW Monika Rovasova Czechoslovakia
17 FW Dana Spilkova Czechoslovakia
3 FW Lenka Smidova Czechoslovakia
7 FW Milena Trckova Czechoslovakia
18 FW Klara Quagliatova Czechoslovakia
  HC Vaclav Roztocil (1991/92)

 

U20 National Team
IIHF Member From: 1908-1993
History:
Czechoslovakia U20 Official Results
Czechoslovakia U20 Unofficial Results
Czechoslovakia U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: November 12th, 1976, 4-3 loss to Soviet Union
First Unofficial Game Played: December 27th, 1973, 6-4 win over Sweden
Longest Official Winning Streak: (10) January 2nd, 1991-September 7th, 1991
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (7) February 6th, 1987-August 23rd, 1991
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (12) January 2nd, 1991-November 6th, 1991
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (7) February 6th, 1987-August 23rd, 1991
Longest Official Losing Streak: (5) December 30th- September 13th, 1980
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (8) December 29th, 1973-November 11th, 1974
Biggest Official Win: 16-0 over Switzerland December 29th, 1981
Biggest Unofficial Win: 14-0 over Bulgaria NT January 24th, 1988
Biggest Official Loss: 9-1 to Soviet Union December 30th, 1978
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 11-2 to Dynamo Riga August 20th, 1986
Medals:
World Junior Championships: Silver: 1979, 1982, 1983, 1985, 1987 Bronze: 1977, 1984, 1989,
1990, 1991, 1993

 

# P ROSTER TEAMS
2 GK Pavel Malac AC ZPS Zlín
3 GK Igor Murin HK Dukla Trencin
12 D Radim Bicanek ASD Dukla Jihlava
4 D Vaclav Burda HC Sparta Praha
7 D Frantisek Kaberle TJ Kladno
22 D Pavel Kowalczyk AC ZPS Zlín
9 D Stanislav Neckar HC Ceske Budejovice
6 D Pavel Rajnoha AC ZPS Zlín
5 D Zdenek Touzimsky HC Sparta Praha
19 D Jan Vopat HC Chemopetrol Litvínov
11 FW Michal Cerny HC Olomouc U20
25 FW Pavel Demitra HK Dukla Trencin
21 FW Roman Kadera HC Olomouc
18 FW Richard Kapus HC Slovan Bratislava
24 FW Tomas Klimt HC Olomouc
15 FW Kamil Kolacek TJ Vitkovice
20 FW Patrik Krisak TJ SKP PS Poprad
16 FW Tomas Nemcicky HC Olomouc
23 FW Miroslav Skovira TJ SKP PS Poprad
10 FW Ondrej Steiner HC Skoda Plzen
8 FW Petr Ton TJ Kladno
17 FW David Vyborny HC Sparta Praha
HC Jan Sterbak (1992/93)