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Euro Hockey Tour (EHT) is an annual ice hockey tournament only open to the national men's teams of the Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Sweden. Most teams use the competition as preparation for the World Championships or Olympics, allowing less experienced players to collect valuable ice time in their national colours.

Playing formatEdit

EHT consists of four tournaments: Czech Hockey Games in Czech Republic, Karjala Tournament in Finland, Channel One Cup in Russia and LG Hockey Games in Sweden. After the four tournaments have finished, the teams are seeded according to the combined point total from all four tournaments, and play in the EHT Finals.

In each tournament, five games are played in the host city, and one in another participating country. Every country has one home and one away game in those games. For example, in the 2007 edition of Karjala Tournament, the game between Sweden and Russia was played in Jönköping, Sweden rather than in Finland, who hosted the Karjala Cup.

FinalsEdit

Medal games were not played until the 2003–04 season. Before that, place order was determined by the tournament standings. The seasons 2003–04, 2004–05 and 2006–07 used a format where the first-placed and second-placed teams played a home-and-home two-game series for the EHT gold and silver medals, while the third-placed and fourth-placed teams played two games for the bronze. In 2005–06, the championship was determined by a single game played at the home of the first-place team. Since 2007–08, no EHT finals have been played.

The winner of the gold medal is considered to be the unofficial European Champion.

Prize moneyEdit

For season 2007–08 to 2010–11 the prize money for each tournament is €120,000 and the EHT season winner will receive another €120,000.

Participating teams Edit

Only four European teams compete in EHT:

Euro Hockey Tour finalists Edit

Season Winner Runner-up 3rd place
2011–12 Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Russia Russia
2010–11 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Finland Finland
2009–10 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Russia Russia Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
2008–09 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Sweden Sweden
2007–08 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Finland Finland Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
2006–07 Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Russia Russia Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
2005–06 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Finland Finland
2004–051 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
2003–04 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
2002–03 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Russia Russia Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
2001–02 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden
2000–01 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden
1999–2000 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Russia Russia
1998–99 Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Finland Finland Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
1997–98 Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Finland Finland
1996–972 Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Russia Russia
1 Czech tournament not played due to World Cup of Hockey.
2 Only points from Karjala Cup, Izvestija Cup and Swedish Hockey Games counted in the final standings due to that the Russian team did not participate in the Pragobanka Cup.

EHT season 2007–08 Edit

Team GP W L T GF GA Pts OTW OTL PSW PSL
Flag of Russia Russia 12 10 2 0 41 18 30 0 0 0 0
Flag of Finland Finland 12 4 5 3 26 31 17 2 0 0 1
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 12 4 6 2 33 43 15 0 1 1 0
Flag of Sweden Sweden 12 3 8 1 27 35 10 0 1 0 0

EHT season 2006–07 Edit

Team GP W L T GF GA Pts OTW OTL PSW PSL
Flag of Russia Russia 12 6 1 5 40 31 27 1 0 3 1
Flag of Sweden Sweden 12 6 4 2 30 29 21 0 0 1 1
Flag of Finland Finland 12 4 6 2 19 29 14 0 1 0 1
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 12 2 7 3 32 42 10 0 0 1 2

EHT finals 2006–07Edit

April 19, 2007
Flag of Finland Finland 1–0 Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Helsinki Ice Hall, Helsinki, Finland
P. Kontiola 00:22 (ES)
April 19, 2007
Flag of Sweden Sweden 3–2 Flag of Russia Russia Läkerol Arena, Gävle, Sweden
A. Steen 30:58 (ES)
J. Davidsson 47:15 (PP)
J. Jönsson 55:32 (ES)
A. Mikhnov 23:54 (ES)
P. Schastliviy 52:27 (PP)
April 21, 2007
Flag of Russia Russia 2–4 Flag of Sweden Sweden Khodynka Arena, Moscow, Russia
S. Mozyakin 29:00 (ES)
A. Morozov 43:46 (ES)
F. Bremberg 06:01 (ES)
J. Davidsson 28:31 (ES)
A. Steen 40:46 (SH)
M. Thörnberg 59:36 (ES)
April 21, 2007
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 2–0 Flag of Finland Finland Sazka Arena, Prague, Czech Republic
P. Sýkora 38:07 (PP)
J. Hlinka 63:30 (ES)

Season 2005–06 Edit

Team GP W L T GF GA Pts OTW OTL
Flag of Russia Russia 12 8 2 0 40 28 26 0 2
Flag of Sweden Sweden 12 6 4 0 32 24 22 2 0
Flag of Finland Finland 12 4 5 0 22 26 17 2 1
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 12 1 8 0 27 43 7 1 2

EHT finals 2005–06 Edit

The EHT finals 2005–06 were played in Globe Arena, Stockholm, Sweden, on May 1, 2006. Russia beat Sweden in the final with 2-1 and won the EHT. Finland won over Czech Republic with 3-2 and clinched the 3rd place.

May 1, 2006
Flag of Russia Russia 2–1 Flag of Sweden Sweden Globen, Stockholm, Sweden
J. Malkin 27:51 (PP)
D. Zaripov 35:23 (ES)
N. Bäckström 31:07 (PP)
May 1, 2006
Flag of Finland Finland 3–2 Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Globen, Stockholm, Sweden
V. Peltonen 29:30 (PS)
J. Hentunen 31:39 (ES)
J. Rita 38:30 (ES)
I. Prorok 08:12 (ES)
J. Balaštík 13:29 (ES)

Statistics Edit

Medal table Edit

Country Gold Silver Bronze Medals
Flag of Finland Finland 7 4 3 14
Flag of Russia Russia 5 5 3 13
Flag of Sweden Sweden 2 6 3 11
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic 2 1 7 10

References Edit


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