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The 1991 IIHF European U18 Championship was the twenty-fourth playing of the IIHF European Junior Championships. The Soviets, playing for the last time as a unified nation, placed 2nd, and the Germans, playing for the first time as a unified nation, placed 5th (despite allowing 61 goals in 6 games).

Group AEdit

Played April 4-11 in Spišská Nová Ves and Prešov Czechoslovakia.

First round Edit

Group 1
Team FIN SWE NOR FRA GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Finland.png Finland 5:2 14:0 8:0 27:02 6
2. Flag of Sweden.png Sweden 2:5 19:2 12:2 33:09 4
3. Flag of Norway.png Norway 0:14 2:19 9:0 11:33 2
4. Flag of France.png France 0:8 2:12 0:9 02:29 0
Group 2
Team TCH URS GER POL GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia 3:3 7:0 13:1 23:04 5
2. Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union 3:3 10:1 10:4 23:08 5
3. Flag of Germany.png Germany 0:7 1:10 5:4 06:21 2
4. Flag of Poland.png Poland 1:13 4:10 4:5 09:28 0

Final roundEdit

Championship round
Team TCH URS FIN SWE GER NOR GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia (3:3) 8:1 5:1 (7:0) 14:2 43:07 9
2. Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union (3:3) 5:4 5:0 (10:1) 9:1 32:09 9
3. Flag of Finland.png Finland 1:8 4:5 (5:2) 15:0 (14:0) 39:21 6:
4. Flag of Sweden.png Sweden 1:5 0:5 (2:5) 19:3 (19:2) 41:20 4
5. Flag of Germany.png Germany (0:7) (1:10) 0:15 3:19 9:5 13:57 2
6. Flag of Norway.png Norway 2:14 1:9 (0:14) (2:19) 5:9 11:65 0
7th place
Flag of Poland.png Poland 6:2
(2:1, 2:1, 2:0)
8:3
(2:1, 3:2, 3:0)
Flag of France.png France

France was relegated to Group B for 1992. The Soviet Union competed for the last time, Russia assumed their spot in Group A, while Latvia, Estonia, Lithuania, Belarus, and the Ukraine, all began competing in Group C in 1993. Kazakhstan also began competing in 1993, but they participated in the Asian Junior Championships.

Tournament AwardsEdit

Group B Edit

Played March 23-30 in Jaca Spain. The hosts were winless until they beat the Dutch on the final day, avoiding relegation.

First roundEdit

Group 1
Team SUI YUG AUT ESP GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland 5:2 6:2 6:2 17:06 6
2. Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia 2:5 6:2 8:1 16:08 4
3. Flag of Austria.png Austria 2:6 2:6 6:1 10:13 2
4. Flag of Spain.gif Spain 2:6 1:8 1:6 04:20 0
Group 2
Team ITA DEN ROM NED GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Italy.png Italy 3:1 9:1 4:1 16:03 6
2. Flag of Denmark.png Denmark 1:3 5:3 12:0 18:06 4
3. Flag of Romania.gif Romania 1:9 3:5 7:3 11:17 2
4. Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands 1:4 0:12 3:7 04:23 0

Final round Edit

Championship round
Team SUI YUG DEN ITA GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Switzerland.png Switzerland (5:2) 8:0 9:0 22:02 6
2. Flag of SFR Yugoslavia.png Yugoslavia (2:5) 3:5 6:4 11:14 2
3. Flag of Denmark.png Denmark 0:8 5:3 (1:3) 06:14 2
4. Flag of Italy.png Italy 0:9 4:6 (3:1) 07:16 2
Placing round
Team AUT ROM ESP NED GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Austria.png Austria 6:2 (6:1) 13:6 25:09 6
2. Flag of Romania.gif Romania 2:6 5:1 (7:3) 14:10 4
3. Flag of Spain.gif Spain (1:6) 1:5 5:3 07:14 2
4. Flag of the Netherlands.png Netherlands 6:13 (3:7) 3:5 12:25 0

Switzerland was promoted to Group A and the Netherlands was relegated to Group C, for 1992.

Group C Edit

Played March 7-10, 1991 in Sofia Bulgaria.

Team GBR BUL HUN BEL GF/GA Points
1. Flag of Great Britain.gif United Kingdom 4:3 11:1 13:1 28:05 6
2. Flag of Bulgaria.png Bulgaria 3:4 5:4 21:1 29:09 4
3. Flag of Hungary.png Hungary 1:11 4:5 13:0 18:16 2
4. Flag of Belgium.gif Belgium 1:13 1:21 0:13 02:47 0

Great Britain was promoted to Group B for 1992.

ReferencesEdit

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