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    Fanfare For Icehockey World-Championship 1981


    1. Shaktik

      The Canada Cup was the second professional ice hockey world championship involving the world's top six ice hockey nations. The tournament was postponed from due to the Soviet invasion of Afghanistan as well as the US boycott of the Summer Olympics in Moscow. The playing format was different from the previous Canada Cup. The participating teams still played a Round-robin.
    2. Jukazahn

      Ice Hockey World Archive. Men Ice Hockey World Championship Goteborg, Stockholm (SWE) Winner Soviet Union.
    3. Tojale

      Oct 18,  · World Championship Apr Canada - CSSR - Duration: Ice Hockey World Championships , Vienna, Canada Cup USSR CSSR SemiFinal - Duration.
    4. JoJolkree

      Ice Hockey World Championship Pool A. Sweden – Gothenburg • Stockholm. 12 April – 26 April Ice Hockey World Championship Pool A. Soviet Union – Moscow. 14 April – 27 April Ice Hockey World Championship Pool A. Czechoslovakia – Prague.
    5. Gamuro

      The Ice Hockey World Championships is an annual event held by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). It was preceded by the European Championship which was held from to The first World Championship tournament was decided at the Summer sadoubmiveversreciperlozacansign.couently, ice hockey was featured at the Winter Olympic Games, where the World Championship was .
    6. Kejind

      The Ice Hockey World Championships took place at the Scandinavium arena in Gothenburg, Sweden from 12 April to the 26 April. Eight teams took part, firstly splitting into two groups of two, with the best two from each group advancing to the final group. These teams then play each other in the final round. This was the 47th World Championships, and also the 58th ice hockey European.
    7. Guhn

      This article lists the performances of each of the 56 national teams which have made at least one appearance in the Ice Hockey World Championships, an annual international men's ice hockey tournament organized by the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF), including the Olympic ice hockey tournament was also considered the World Championship for that year, and was held .
    8. Bataur

      The Ice Hockey World Championships took place in Finland from the 15 April to the 29 April. The games were played in Helsinki and teams took part, and each played each other once. The four best teams then played each other once more. This was the 48th World Championships, and also the 59th European Championships of ice Soviet Union became World Champions .
    9. Grojinn

      The World Junior Ice Hockey Championships ( WJHC) was the fifth edition of the Ice Hockey World Junior Championship and was held from December 27, , until January 2, The tournament was held in Füssen, West Germany. Sweden won the gold medal, while Finland won the silver, and the Soviet Union bronze.

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