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The International Ice Hockey Federation World Championship Division II are an annual sports event organized by the International Ice Hockey Federation. The division championships are played in two groups.

The two national teams that finish last in their groups at the Division I are relegated to Division II for next year's World Championships. At the Division II Championship, the winner of each group is promoted to next year's Division I, while the loser of each group is relegated to the IIHF World Championship Division III.

The Division II World championships have been played in their current format since 2001, when Division II was formed from the five lowest-placing teams in Pool C, and the seven best teams from Pool D.

Division IIEdit

Group AEdit

To be played April 11–17, 2010 in Mexico City, Mexico.

National Team Ranking^
Flag of Australia Australia 31st
Flag of Belgium Belgium 33rd
Flag of Spain Spain 34th
Flag of Bulgaria Bulgaria 35th
Flag of Mexico Mexico 38th
Flag of Turkey Turkey 41st

Group BEdit

To be played April 10–17, 2010 in Tallinn, Estonia.

National Team Ranking^
Flag of Estonia Estonia 27th
Flag of Romania Romania 28th
Flag of China China 29th
Flag of Israel Israel 36th
Flag of Iceland Iceland 37th
Flag of New Zealand New Zealand 39th

^ - World Ranking in the 2009 IIHF Men's World Rankings

ResultsEdit

Year Co-Champions and Promoted Relegated
2001 Flag of Korea South Korea Flag of Romania Romania Flag of New Zealand New Zealand Flag of Mexico Mexico
2002 Flag of Estonia Estonia Flag of Lithuania Lithuania Flag of Turkey Turkey Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg
2003 Flag of Korea South Korea Flag of Belgium Belgium Flag of Mexico Mexico Flag of Iceland Iceland
2004 Flag of China China Flag of Lithuania Lithuania Flag of Luxembourg Luxembourg Flag of South Africa South Africa
2005 Flag of Croatia Croatia Flag of Israel Israel Flag of Turkey Turkey Flag of Iceland Iceland
2006 Flag of Romania Romania Flag of China China Flag of South Africa South Africa Flag of New Zealand New Zealand
2007 Flag of Croatia Croatia Flag of Korea South Korea Flag of Turkey Turkey Flag of North Korea North Korea
2008 Flag of Romania Romania Flag of Australia Australia Flag of Ireland Ireland Flag of New Zealand New Zealand
2009 Flag of Serbia Serbia Flag of Korea South Korea Flag of North Korea North Korea Flag of South Africa South Africa

Pool CEdit

Champions 1961-2000Edit

Following the year 2000 Pool C became Division II and was split into two sections as the result of an influx of competing teams.

Year National team
1961 Flag of Romania Romania
1963 Flag of Austria Austria
1966 Flag of Italy Italy
1967 Flag of Japan Japan
1969 Flag of Japan Japan
1970 Flag of Austria Austria
1971 Flag of Romania Romania
1972 Flag of Austria Austria
1973 Flag of Norway Norway
1974 Flag of Switzerland Switzerland
1975 Flag of Norway Norway
1976 Flag of Austria Austria
1977 Flag of Italy Italy
1978 Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands
1979 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
1981 Flag of Austria Austria
1982 Flag of Japan Japan
1983 Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands
1985 Flag of France France
1986 Flag of Norway Norway
1987 Flag of Japan Japan
1989 Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands
1990 Flag of SFR Yugoslavia Yugoslavia
1991 Flag of Denmark Denmark
1992 Flag of Great Britain United Kingdom
1993 Flag of Latvia Latvia
1994 Flag of Slovakia Slovakia
1995 Flag of Belarus Belarus
1996 Flag of Kazakhstan Kazakhstan
1997 Flag of Ukraine Ukraine
1998 Flag of Hungary Hungary
1999 Flag of the Netherlands Netherlands
2000 Flag of Hungary Hungary



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