At a conference call the IIHF Council has approved the groups for the 2021 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. The tournament will start in May 2021 and will be co-hosted by Minsk and Riga under the slogan “Passion. No borders”.
During a video conference call on 19 May, the IIHF Council has established a set of key proposals that will impact of the upcoming 2020/2021 international ice hockey season.
These proposals will be brought up for vote by the IIHF Member National Associations (MNAs) at the 2020 IIHF Extra-Ordinary Congress, which is intended to take place in a virtual format with the target date on Wednesday, 24 June.
The IIHF Concil have today confirmed that the 2020 World Championships, which were due to be held in Switzerland in May, have been cancelled due to the Corona Virus Pandemic.
Hungary weathered a storm inside and outside Motorpoint Arena in Nottingham, defeating Great Britain 4-1 to secure a place in the Final Olympic Qualification.
Great Britain is unbeaten in two games so far in Group J of the Olympic Pre-Qualification Round 3, after defeating Estonia 7-1 to set up a winner-take-all finale against Hungary.
With high expectations from playing in the top division and in front of the home crowd in Nottingham, Team GB defeated a plucky Romanian squad 4-3 to earn a vital opening day win in Group J of the Olympic Pre-Qualification tournament.
Following organizational meetings in Bratislava, the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) has announced the groups for the 2020 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship that will take place from 8 to 24 May in Zurich and Lausanne, Switzerland.
Two years ago, Great Britain was lining up against the likes of Croatia and the Netherlands in Division IB. Yesterday, the Brits secured their place at the 2020 World Championship in Switzerland after a thrilling fightback to defeat France in overtime after trailing 0-3 midway through the second period.
It was a historic weekend for British hockey. For the first time in a quarter century, Team GB is in the top group of the IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship. On Saturday night, they stayed with Germany almost right till the end, losing 3-1. Sunday night against Canada wasn’t quite as close, but they didn’t get embarrassed either, falling 8-0.
Yasin Ehliz’s power-play goal midway through the third period broke a 1-1 tie and propelled Germany to a thrilling 3-1 win over Great Britain at Steel Arena in Kosice.