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Czechoslovakia (Czech Československo; 1938 - 1939 and Slovak since 1990: Česko-Slovensko) was a sovereign state in Eastern-Central Europe that after declaring its independence from the Austro-Hungarian Empire, existed from October 1918 until 1992 (with a government-in-exile during the World War II period). On January 1, 1993, Czechoslovakia peacefully split into the Czech Republic and Slovakia.

The Czechoslovak national men's ice hockey team was one of the world's premiere teams during the Soviet dominated international hockey era, often fighting Sweden for second place but sometimes beating the Soviets. Due to the split of the country Czechoslovakia into the Czech Republic and Slovakia, after 1992 the team was disbanded and replaced with the Czech and the Slovak national men's hockey teams. IIHF recognized Czech national men's hockey team as a successor of Czechoslovakia national ice hockey team and kept it in top Group, and Slovak national men's hockey team was demoted to Pool C.

  • First game: April 24, 1920, Antwerp: Canada 15–0 Czechoslovakia
  • Last game: December 19, 1992, Moscow: Czechoslovakia 7–2 Switzerland
  • Largest victory:
    • February 3, 1939, Basel: Czechoslovakia 24–0 Yugoslavia;
    • February 21, 1947, Prague: Czechoslovakia 24–0 Belgium;
    • April 25, 1951, East Berlin: Czechoslovakia 27–3 East Germany
    • March 4, 1957, Moscow: Czechoslovakia 25-1 Japan
  • Largest defeat: January 28, 1924, Chamonix: Canada 30–0 Czechoslovakia



Notable players from Czechoslovakia

  • Jaromir Jagr
  • Michal Rozsíval
  • Petr Průcha
  • Miroslav Satan
  • Jaroslav Drobný
  • Dominik Hašek
  • Ivan Hlinka
  • Jiří Holeček
  • Jan Hrdina
  • František Kaberle, Sr.
  • Karel Koželuh
  • Josef Maleček
  • Vladimír Martinec
  • Václav Nedomanský
  • Milan Nový
  • František Pospíšil
  • Jaroslav Pouzar
  • Vladimír Růžička
  • Anton Šťastný
  • Marián Šťastný
  • Peter Šťastný
  • Jan Suchý
  • František Tikal
  • Vladimír Dzurilla


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