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Turkuhalli

The main venue of the 1991 World Ice Hockey Championships; Turkuhalli.

The 1991 Ice Hockey World Championships took place in Finland 19th April - 4th May. The games were played in Turku, Helsinki and Tampere. The main venue was Turkuhalli. Eight teams took part, with each team playing each other once. The four best teams then played each other once more. This was the 55th World Championships, and at the same time was the 66th and last European Championships. Sweden became world champions for the fifth time, and the Soviet Union won their 27th European title. In the European Championships, only matches between European teams were counted.

World Championships Medal TableEdit

1991 World Championships Country
Gold Flag of Sweden Sweden
Silver Flag of Canada Canada
Bronze Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
4 Flag of the United States United States
5 Flag of Finland Finland
6 Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
7 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
8 Flag of Germany Germany

European Championships Medal TableEdit

1991 European Championships Country
Gold Flag of the Soviet Union Soviet Union
Silver Flag of Sweden Sweden
Bronze Flag of Finland Finland
4 Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia
5 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
6 Flag of Germany Germany


World Championship Group A (Finland)Edit

First RoundEdit

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
1 Soviet Union 7 6 1 0 41 - 16 13
2 Sweden 7 3 4 0 30 - 21 10
3 Canada 7 4 1 2 24 - 20 9
4 United States 7 3 2 2 23 - 28 8
5 Finland 7 3 1 3 22 - 15 7
6 Czechoslovakia 7 3 0 4 19 - 19 6
7 Switzerland 7 1 0 6 13 - 26 2
8 Germany 7 0 1 6 13 - 40 1
19 April
Finland 2-0 Czechoslovakia
19 April
Canada 4-3 United States
19 April
Soviet Union 3-1 Switzerland
19 April
Sweden 8-1 Germany
20 April
Canada 3-0 Switzerland
20 April
Finland 4-4 Sweden
20 April
Germany 3-7 Soviet Union
20 April
United States 4-1 Czechoslovakia
22 April
Canada 3-2 Germany
22 April
Finland 0-3 Soviet Union
22 April
Czechoslovakia 4-1 Switzerland
22 April
Sweden 4-4 United States
23 April
Germany 1-7 Czechoslovakia
23 April
Finland 3-5 Canada
23 April
Sweden 4-3 Switzerland
23 April
United States 2-12 Soviet Union
25 April
Sweden 2-1 Czechoslovakia
25 April
Switzerland 2-4 United States
25 April
Soviet Union 5-3 Canada
25 April
Finland 6-0 Germany
26 April
Canada 3-3 Sweden
26 April
Germany 4-4 United States
26 April
Czechoslovakia 2-6 Soviet Union
26 April
Finland 6-1 Sweden
28 April
Finland 1-2 United States
28 April
Switzerland 5-2 Germany
28 April
Soviet Union 5-5 Sweden
28 April
Czechoslovakia 4-3 Canada

Final RoundEdit

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
1 Sweden 3 2 1 0 13 - 08 5
2 Canada 3 1 2 0 15 - 10 4
3 Soviet Union 3 1 1 1 10 - 09 3
4 United States 3 0 0 3 12 - 23 0
30 April
Soviet Union 6-4 United States
30 April
Sweden 3-3 Canada
02 May
United States 4-8 Sweden
02 May
Canada 3-3 Soviet Union
04 May
United States 4-9 Canada
04 May
Sweden 2-1 Soviet Union

Consolation RoundEdit

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
5 Finland 10 6 1 3 35 - 21 13
6 Czechoslovakia 10 4 0 6 28 - 27 8
7 Switzerland 10 2 1 7 22 - 38 5
8 Germany 10 0 2 8 19 - 51 2
29 April
Germany 2-4 Finland
29 April
Switzerland 4-3 Czechoslovakia
01 May
Czechoslovakia 4-1 Germany
01 May
Finland 6-2 Switzerland
03 May
Finland 3-2 Czechoslovakia
03 May
Germany 3-3 Switzerland

World Championship Group B (Yugoslavia)Edit

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
9 Italy 7 7 0 0 49 - 11 14
10 Norway 7 5 0 2 26 - 13 10
11 France 7 5 0 2 28 - 18 10
12 Poland 7 4 0 3 24 - 15 8
13 Austria 7 3 1 3 21 - 18 7
14 Yugoslavia 7 2 0 5 18 - 36 4
15 Netherlands 7 1 0 6 09 - 40 2
16 Japan 7 0 1 6 10 - 34 1
28 March
Austria 2-2 Japan
28 March
France 4-2 Poland
28 March
Italy 13-0 Netherlands
28 March
Norway 5-1 Yugoslavia
29 March
Poland 2-1 Austria
29 March
Netherlands 0-4 Norway
29 March
France 4-2 Yugoslavia
29 March
Japan 2-7 Italy
31 March
France 9-1 Netherlands
31 March
Italy 2-1 Poland
31 March
Austria 6-1 Yugoslavia
31 March
Norway 6-1 Japan
01 April
Austria 6-4 Netherlands
01 April
Italy 13-3 Yugoslavia
02 April
Japan 3-5 France
02 April
Poland 2-4 Norway
03 April
Italy 5-1 Austria
03 April
Yugoslavia 3-6 Poland
04 April
Japan 1-2 Netherlands
04 April
France 2-3 Norway
05 April
Yugoslavia 5-1 Japan
05 April
France 1-5 Italy
06 April
Netherlands 1-4 Poland
06 April
Austria 3-1 Norway
07 April
Norway 3-4 Italy
07 April
Yugoslavia 3-1 Netherlands
07 April
Poland 7-0 Japan
07 April
Austria 2-3 France

World Championship Group C (Denmark)Edit

Team Games Won Drawn Lost Points difference Points
17 Denmark 8 7 1 0 71 - 13 15
18 China 8 6 1 1 44 - 24 13
19 Romania 8 6 0 2 51 - 22 12
20 Bulgaria 8 4 1 3 35 - 26 9
21 Great Britain 8 4 1 3 45 - 25 9
22 Hungary 8 3 1 4 37 - 32 7
23 North Korea 8 2 1 5 29 - 35 5
24 South Korea 8 1 0 7 19 - 64 2
25 Belgium 8 0 0 8 11 - 101 0
23 March
Hungary 11-1 Belgium
23 March
Denmark 15-1 South Korea
23 March
China 6-5 Great Britain
24 March
Romania 14-0 Belgium
24 March
Great Britain 7-2 North Korea
24 March
Bulgaria 3-4 China
25 March
South Korea 4-9 Hungary
25 March
Romania 7-2 North Korea
25 March
Denmark 7-3 Bulgaria
26 March
South Korea 7-2 Belgium
26 March
Hungary 3-4 China
26 March
Denmark 3-2 Great Britain
27 March
Bulgaria 1-3 Romania
27 March
Belgium 0-11 Great Britain
27 March
North Korea 2-3 China
28 March
Denmark 11-1 North Korea
28 March
Bulgaria 4-3 Hungary
28 March
Romania 11-3 South Korea
29 March
Denmark 17-1 Belgium
29 March
China 9-1 South Korea
29 March
Hungary 3-3 Great Britain
30 March
Belgium 0-12 North Korea
30 March
Great Britain 4-5 Bulgaria
30 March
Romania 3-1 China
31 March
Denmark 8-2 Romania
31 March
South Korea 2-4 Bulgaria
31 March
North Korea 2-6 Hungary
01 April
Denmark 8-1 Hungary
01 April
Great Britain 7-1 South Korea
01 April
Belgium 5-15 China
02 April
Romania 5-6 Great Britain
02 April
North Korea 1-1 Bulgaria
03 April
Romania 6-1 Hungary
03 April
Belgium 2-14 Bulgaria
03 April
South Korea 0-7 North Korea
03 April
Denmark 2-2 China

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