North Korea Ice Hockey

Ice Hockey in North Korea

Ice Hockey in North Korea is governed by the Ice Hockey Association of the DPR Korea. North Korea has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1963. North Korea Men’s national team made their International debut in 1974, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 1999 & 1988. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team
IIHF Member: August 8th, 1963
History:
North Korea Men Official Results
North Korea Men Unofficial Results
North Korea Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: March 8th,1974, 11-2 loss to Italy
First Unofficial Game Played: January 31, 1981, 15-1 loss to Torpedo Togliatti
Longest Official Winning Streak: (7) April 3rd, 2015-April 9th, 2016
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (8) March 9th, 2016-March 6th, 2019
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (7) April 3rd, 2015-April 9th, 2016
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (8) March 9th, 2016-March 6th, 2019
Longest Official Losing Streak: (9) March 19th, 1983-March 18th, 1985
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (10) February 7th,1989-January 21st, 1992
Biggest Official Win: 22-1 over Georgia April 6th, 2014
Biggest Unofficial Win: 16-1 over PIHL International March 8th, 2018
Biggest Official Loss: 24-1 to France March 15th, 1983
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 19-0 to Torpedo Togliatti December 5th, 1984
Medals:
Asia Winter Games/ Asia Cup: Silver: 1993, Bronze: 1992

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
1GKSu Kwang Jo Taesongsan
25GKGun Song RiPyongchol
7DNam Chung Choe Taesongsan
3DHyok Chung KimTaesongsan
2DGwang Kum PakTaesongsan
11DHo Kyong RIPyongchol
10D Song Kwang Ri Susan
4DSong Kwang Ryu Pyongchol
17D Ryong Song Son Pyongchol
5DHyok Jin WonPyongchol
18FWRim Chun Hong Taesongsan
14FWGum Man KangPyongchol
22FWJu Hyok KimPyongchol
13FWII Kyong KimSusan
8FWChol II KimTaesongsan
9FWII Song KimPyongchol
6FWHyok Chung PakTaesongsan
19FWMyong Chol RiSusan
16FWUng Ji RyuTaesongsan
12FWChan Hyok SinTaesongsan
10FWChong II SongPyongchol
 HCPong Yum Chol (02/22/24)

 

Women’s National Team
IIHF Member: August 8th, 1963
History:
North Korea Women Official Results
North Korea Women Unofficial Results
North Korea Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: March 19th,1999, 4-3 loss to Kazakhstan
First Unofficial Game Played: Played April 11th, 2010, 6-3 win over China ll
Longest Official Winning Streak: (5) April 1st-7th, 2023
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak: (2) April 11th-14th, 2010
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (5) April 1st-7th, 2023
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak: (2) April 11th-14th, 2010
Longest Official Losing Streak: (4) March 11th-March 15th, 2017
Biggest Official Win: 14-0 over South Africa April 2nd, 2024
Biggest Unofficial Win: 6-3 over China II April 11th, 2010
Biggest Official Loss: 9-0 to Slovakia April 9th, 2015
Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia: Silver: 2014, Bronze: 2010

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
20GKHyang Kum JoSusan
20GKPom RiSajabong
19DGyong Kum JongSusan
7DHyon Su JongTaesongsan
3DSong Hye KImTaesongsan
13DHyang II KimSusan
2D Myang Pom KImTaesongsan
12DGyong Mi RoTaesongsan
16DIn PakTaesongsan
11FWTan HongTaesongsan
5FWHyang Jang Susan
14FWSong Un JoSusan
9FWJu KimTaesongsan
17FWRim Kyong KimTaesongsan
23FWGyong Un KimSusan
4FWHyang Un KimSusan
21FWIn Chung Pak Taesongsan
6FWJu Sol RiTaesongsan
15FWGyong Yong RiTaesongsan
8FWRan Kyong RoSusan
10FWMi Sol RyuSusan
 HCSil Kum Kwak (03/31/24)

 

U20 National Team
IIHF Member: August 8th, 1963
History:
North Korea U20 Official Results
North Korea U20 Unofficial Results
North Korea U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played: March 18th,1988 – 5-3 loss to Denmark
First Unofficial Game Played: October 19th, 1986, 18-1 loss to Motor Barnaul
Longest Official Winning Streak: (6) December 27th,1990- Jan 3rd,1991
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak: (6) December 27th,1990- Jan 3rd,1991
Longest Official Losing Streak: (9) January 5th,1991-December 30th,1992
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak: (1) October 19th, 1986
Biggest Official Win: 20-0 over Greece December 31st,1990
Biggest Official Loss: 16-1 to Ukraine December 30th,1992
Biggest Unofficial Loss: 18-1 to Motor Barnaul October 19th, 1986
Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia: Silver: Gold: 2018, 2019

 

#PROSTERTEAMS
1GKII PakPyongchol
2GKChol Kuk PakTaesongsan
3DHyok Chol KimTaesongsan
4DMin Kwang KimSusan
5DJin Myong KimTaesongsan
6DHyok Nam Kim Pyongchol
7DHyok Chung RiPyongchol
8DWang RiTaesongsan
9DHyok Chol An Taesongsan
10FWRim Chun HongTaesongsan
11FWHyok In Kang Pyongchol
12FWMan Gum Kang Pyongchol
13FWJu Hyok Kim Pyongchol
14FWChol Kuk KimTaesongsan
15FWIl Nam Kim Pyongchol
16FWBom Chol Paek Susan
17FWJin Chol Ri Pyongchol
18FWHyok Un RiPyongchol
19FWHyon Kang SokPyongchol
20FWHyok Jin WonMalaysia
HCChol Ki Hong(2011 Squad)