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The IIHF European Junior Championships were held from 1968 to 1998, with an unofficial tournament being held in 1967. The tournament was played as a U19 tournament from 1968-1976. In 1977, the IIHF created the IIHF World Junior Championships, and the U19 championships became U18. The tournament was dominated by the Russians, Czechs, Swedes and Finns, winning all but two of the medals in the thirty-one years it was held.
The U18 Championships remained strong until 1999, when the new IIHF World U18 Championships were introduced, thus rendering the U18 European Championships redundant. Two European Divisions continued until 2000, but were tiered qualifiers, alongside Asian Divisions, with promotion and relegation to the World Group B.
|1967 (unofficial)||Soviet Union||Finland||Sweden||Soviet Union|
|1969||Soviet Union||Sweden||Czechoslovakia||West Germany|
|1973||Soviet Union||Sweden||Czechoslovakia||Soviet Union|
|1977||Sweden||Czechoslovakia||Soviet Union||West Germany|
|1981||Soviet Union||Czechoslovakia||Sweden||Soviet Union|
|1984||Soviet Union||Czechoslovakia||Sweden||West Germany|
|1989||Soviet Union||Czechoslovakia||Finland||Soviet Union|
| Czech Republic|
European Division I(Qualifier for World Group B)Edit
- ↑ Dupalcey page 528
- Year by year complete results with notes and commentary in french at Passionhockey.com
- Duplacey, James (1998). Total Hockey: The official encyclopedia of the National Hockey League (pgs 528-32). Total Sports. ISBN 0-8362-7114-9. Description of tournament and tabled results up to 1997.
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