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Rosters at the 2002 IIHF World Championships in Sweden.

Slovakia Edit

Gold medal with cup
Flag of Slovakia
Position Player Club
Goaltenders Miroslav Šimonovič HC SKP Poprad
Ján Lašák Nashville Predators
Rastislav Staňa Richmond Renegades
Defencemen Jerguš Bača Revier Löwen Oberhausen
Martin Štrbák Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Peter Smrek Nashville Predators
Dušan Milo HKm Zvolen
Ľubomír Višňovský Los Angeles Kings
Richard Lintner MoDo Ornskoldsvik
Ladislav Čierny HKm Zvolen
Forwards Peter Bondra Washington Capitals
Vladimír Országh Nashville Predators
Miroslav Šatan Buffalo Sabres
Rastislav Pavlikovský HV71 Jönköping
Radovan Somík HC Zlin
Ľubomír Bartečko Atlanta Thrashers
Miroslav Hlinka MoDo Ornskoldsvik
Peter Pucher HC Znojemští Orli
Róbert Petrovický HC Ambri-Piotta
Róbert Tomík HC Sparta Praha
Marek Uram HC Znojemští Orli
Žigmund Pálffy Los Angeles Kings
Coaches Ján Filc
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Source: IIHF.[1]

RussiaEdit

Silver medal with cup
Flag of Russia
Position Player Club
Goaltenders Victor Chistov Severstal Cherepovets
Egor Podomatski Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Maxim Sokolov Severstal Cherepovets
Defencemen Dmitri Bykov Ak Bars Kazan
Sergei Gusev Severstal Cherepovets
Alexander Guskov Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Alexander Yudin HC Neftekhimik Nizhnekamsk
Dmitri Kalinin Buffalo Sabres
Dmitri Ryabykin Avangard Omsk
Anton Volchenkov PHC Krylya Sovetov
Sergei Vyshedkevich HC Dynamo Moscow
Sergei Zhukov Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Forwards Maxim Afinogenov Buffalo Sabres
Vladimir Antipov Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Vyacheslav Butsayev Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Ravil Gusmanov Metallurg Magnitogorsk
Valeri Karpov Metallurg Magnitogorsk
Andrei Kovalenko Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Alexei Koznev Avangard Omsk
Roman Lyashenko New York Rangers
Alexander Prokopiev Avangard Omsk
Andrei Razin HC Dynamo Moscow
Alexander Savchenkov HC Dynamo Moscow
Maxim Sushinski Avangard Omsk
Ivan Tkachenko Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Dmitri Zatonski Avangard Omsk
Coaches Boris Mikhailov
Valeri Belousov
Vladimir Krikunov

Source: IIHF.[2]

SwedenEdit

Bronze medal with cup
Flag of Sweden
Position Player Club
Goaltenders Stefan Liv HV71 Jönköping
Rolf Vanhainen Sodertalje SK
Tommy Salo Edmonton Oilers
Defencemen Pierre Hedin MoDo
Kim Johnsson Philadelphia Flyers
Magnus Johansson Frölunda HC
Per Gustafsson HV71
Thomas Johansson AIK Solna
Ronnie Sundin Frölunda HC
Thomas Rhodin Färjestads BK
Daniel Tjarnqvist Atlanta Thrashers
Forwards Andreas Johansson New York Rangers
Per-Johan Axelsson Boston Bruins
Nichlas Falk Djurgårdens IF
Mathias Johansson Färjestads BK
Markus Naslund Vancouver Canucks
Henrik Zetterberg Timra IK
Jorgen Jonsson Färjestads BK
Ulf Dahlen Washington Capitals
Niklas Andersson Frölunda HC
Mattias Weinhandl MoDo
Jonas Johnson Frölunda HC
Kristian Huselius Florida Panthers
Johan Davidsson HV71
Michael Nylander Chicago Blackhawks
Coaches Hardy Nilsson
Mats Waltin

Source: IIHF.[3]

Czech Republic Edit

Position Player Club
Goaltenders Milan Hnilička Atlanta Thrashers
Dušan Salfický HC Pardubice
Jiří Trvaj HC Vítkovice
Defencemen Pavel Kubina Tampa Bay Lightning
Jaroslav Špaček Columbus Blue Jackets
Michal Sýkora HC Pardubice
František Kaberle Atlanta Thrashers
Filip Kuba Minnesota Wild
Rostislav Klesla Columbus Blue Jackets
Martin Richter HC Sparta Praha
Forwards Jaromír Jágr Washington Capitals C
Jan Hrdina Pittsburgh Penguins
Jaroslav Hlinka HC Sparta Praha
David Moravec HC Vítkovice
Pavel Patera Avangard Omsk
Martin Procházka Avangard Omsk
Viktor Ujčík HC Slavia Praha
Petr Čajánek HC Continental Zlín
David Výborný Columbus Blue Jackets
Michal Broš HC Sparta Praha
Zdeněk Sedlák HC Keramika Plzeň
Ondřej Kratěna HC Sparta Praha
Tomáš Vlasák HC Ambri-Piotta
Coaches Josef Augusta
Vladimír Martinec

Source: IIHF.[4]

Finland Edit

Position Player Club
Goaltenders Kari Lehtonen Jokerit
Jussi Markkanen Edmonton Oilers
Fredrik Norrena TPS
Defencemen Petteri Nummelin HC Lugano
Kimmo Timonen Nashville Predators
Tom Koivisto Jokerit
Toni Lydman Calgary Flames
Jere Karalahti Nashville Predators
Marko Tuulola HPK
Janne Niinimaa Edmonton Oilers
Forwards Janne Ojanen Tappara
Niklas Hagman Florida Panthers
Olli Jokinen Florida Panthers
Raimo Helminen Ilves
Tomi Kallio Atlanta Thrashers
Antti Miettinen HPK
Niko Kapanen Utah Grizzlies
Juha Lind Sodertalje SK
Timo Pärssinen Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Kimmo Rintanen Kloten Flyers
Vesa Viitakoski Ilves
Antti Aalto Jokerit
Lasse Pirjetä Kärpät
Coaches [[]]
[[]]

Source: IIHF.[5]

U.S.A Edit

Position Player Club
Goaltenders Gregg Naumenko Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
Dieter Kochan Tampa Bay Lightning
Ryan Miller Michigan State Spartans
Defencemen Derian Hatcher Dallas Stars
Jordan Leopold University of Minnesota
Mark Eaton Nashville Predators
Eric Weinrich Philadelphia Flyers
Todd Rohloff Washington Capitals
Joshua De Wolf Cincinnati Mighty Ducks
Chris O'Sullivan Kloten Flyers
Chris Tamer Atlanta Thrashers
Forwards Mark Murphy Portland Pirates
Marty Reasoner Edmonton Oilers
Joe Sacco Washington Capitals
Mark Mowers Nashville Predators
Christopher Clark Calgary Flames
Richard Park Minnesota Wild
Andy Hilbert Providence Bruins
Ted Donato Manchester Monarchs
Steve Konowalchuk Washington Capitals
Dan LaCouture Pittsburgh Penguins
Erik Rasmussen Buffalo Sabres
Derek Plante Munchen Barons
Coaches Lou Vairo
Nick Fotiu

Source: IIHF.[6]

Canada Edit

Canada
Position player Club
Goaltenders Jean-Sebastien Giguere Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Jamie Storr Los Angeles Kings
Jamie Ram Jokerit
Marty Turco Dallas Stars
Defencemen Eric Brewer Edmonton Oilers
James Patrick Buffalo Sabres
Steve Staios Edmonton Oilers
Darryl Sydor Dallas Stars
Brad Schlegel Kölner Haie
Richard Matvichuk Dallas Stars
Dan McGillis Philadelphia Flyers
Brad Ference Florida Panthers
Forwards Daniel Cleary Edmonton Oilers
Brenden Morrow Dallas Stars
Ray Whitney Columbus Blue Jackets
Dany Heatley Atlanta Thrashers
Jamie Wright Calgary Flames
Andy McDonald Anaheim Mighty Ducks
Manny Malhotra Dallas Stars
Tyler Wright Columbus Blue Jackets
Kyle Calder Chicago Blackhawks
Justin Williams Philadelphia Flyers
Peter Schaefer TPS Turku
Mike Comrie Edmonton Oilers
Ryan Smyth Edmonton Oilers
Coaches Wayne Fleming
Ken Hitchcock

Source: IIHF.[7]

ReferencesEdit

  1. Team Roster Team Slovakia. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.
  2. Team Roster Team Russia. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.
  3. Team Roster Team Sweden. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.
  4. Team Roster Team Czech Republic. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.
  5. Team Roster Team Finland. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.
  6. Team Roster Team USA. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.
  7. Team Roster Team Canada. IIHF. Retrieved on 2010-03-01.

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