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The 1987 IIHF European U18 Championship was the twentieth playing of the IIHF European Junior Championships.

Group AEdit

Played April 3-12, 1987, in Tampere, Kouvola, and Hämeenlinna, Finland. Sweden, Czechoslovakia, and the Soviet Union, finished tied atop the standings after seven games. Amongst the three, Sweden had the better goal differential in their head to head games, so they won the gold. The Czech's and Soviets still remained even, so the silver medal was awarded based on goals scored in the head to head games: six to four in favor of Czechoslovakia.[1]

Team SWE TCH URS FIN SUI POL NOR FRG GF/GA Points Tie 1
H2H Points
Tie 2
H2H GD
Tie 3
H2H GF
1. Flag of Sweden.png Sweden 4:1 0:1 5:2 14:1 13:0 6:0 9:0 51:05 12 2 +2
2. Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia 1:4 5:3 8:5 13:3 11:0 5:1 5:0 48:16 12 2 -1 6
3. Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union 1:0 3:5 6:5 8:0 11:1 9:3 5:2 43:16 12 2 -1 4
4. Flag of Finland.png Finland 2:5 5:8 5:6 4:0 9:0 9:0 7:2 41:21 08
5. Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland 1:14 3:13 0:8 0:4 5:5 1:1 4:1 14:46 04
6. Flag of Poland.png Poland 0:13 0:11 1:11 0:9 5:5 3:2 4:4 13:55 04
7. Flag of Norway Norway 0:6 1:5 3:9 0:9 1:1 2:3 6:4 13:37 03
8. Flag of Germany.png Federal Republic of Germany 0:9 0:5 2:5 2:7 1:4 4:4 4:6 13:40 01

West Germany was relegated to Group B for 1988.

Tournament AwardsEdit

Group BEdit

Played April 3-9, 1987, in Bucarest Romania

First roundEdit

Group 1
Team ROM ITA GBR BUL GF/Ga Points
1. Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png Romania 6:3 13:2 2:4 19:05 4
2. Flag of Italy.png Italy 3:6 8:1 4:2 09:07 2
3. Flag of Great Britain.gif United Kingdom 2:13 1:8 2:9 03:21 0
NR Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png Bulgaria 4:2 2:4 9:2 15:8 4
  • Bulgaria would have been second in their group but they were disqualified for falsifying birthdates for some of their players. Their games did not count in the standings and they received no official ranking.[2]
Group 2
Team DEN FRA YUG AUT GF/GA Points Tie 1
H2H Points
Tie 2
H2H GD
1. Flag of Denmark.png Denmark 8:3 4:6 6:0 18:09 4 2 +3
2. Flag of France.png France 3:8 8:4 3:2 14:14 4 2 -1
3. Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia 6:4 4:8 7:2 17:14 4 2 -2
4. Flag of Austria.png Austria 0:6 2:3 2:7 04:16 0

Final roundEdit

Championship round
Team ROM DEN ITA FRA GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Romania (1965-1989).png Romania 7:4 (6:3) 6:4 19:11 6
2. Flag of Denmark.png Denmark 4:7 5:3 (8:3) 17:13 4
3. Flag of Italy.png Italy (3:6) 3:5 5:2 11:13 2
4. Flag of France.png France 4:6 (3:8) 2:5 09:19 0
Placing round
Team YUG AUT GBR BUL GF/GA Points
1. Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia (7:2) 7:2 –:– 14:04 4
2. Flag of Austria.png Austria (2:7) 5:4 –:– 07:11 2
3. Flag of Great Britain.gif United Kingdom 2:7 4:5 (–:–) 06:12 0
NR Flag of Bulgaria (1971-1990).png Bulgaria –:– –:– (–:–) 0–:0

Romania was promoted to Group A and Bulgaria was relegated to Group C, for 1988.

Group CEdit

Played March 14-19, 1987, in Zoetermeer, the Netherlands.

Team NED HUN BEL GF GA
1. Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands 8:3
6:2
9:1
9:1
32:07 8
2. Flag of Hungary (1957-1989).png Hungary 3:8
2:6
10:3
5:1
20:18 4
3. Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium 1:9
1:9
3:10
1:5
06:33 0

The Netherlands was promoted to Group B for 1988.

ReferencesEdit

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