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South Africa
Association South African Ice Hockey Association
General Manager Peter Habib
Head coach Ronnie Wood
Assistants Steven Schmid
Most games Alan Verwey (66)
Most points Michael Edwards (53)
IIHF code RSA
IIHF ranking 42
Highest IIHF ranking 37 (2003)
Lowest IIHF ranking 42 (first in 2008)
First international
Yugoslavia 12 - 3 South Africa

(Lausanne, Switzerland; March 3, 1961)

Biggest win
South Africa 33 - 1 Armenia

(Mexico City, Mexico; March 7, 2005)

Biggest defeat
Kazakhstan 32 - 0 South Africa

(Bled, Slovenia; March 16, 1993)

International record (W–L–T)
34-65-1

The South African men's national ice hockey team is the national ice hockey team of South Africa. It has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since February 25, 1937. It was the only African-based team in the IIHF until the Namibia national ice hockey team joined in 1998. The South Africa men's team is currently ranked 40th, and the women's team ranked 28th in the IIHF World Rankings.

  • Head coach: Ronnie Wood
Pos. No. Player Team
GK 1 David Berger Scorpions Johannesburg
GK 20 Gary Bock Krugersdorp Wildcats
F 2 Brendon Stevens Cape Town Rams
F 3 Damian Cardoso Scorpions Johannesburg
F 4 Jack Valadas Krugersdorp Wildcats
F 5 Deen Magmoed Cape Town Sharks
F 6 Gareth Miller Cape Town Sharks
D 7 Burton Matthews Krugersdorp Wildcats
F 9 Marc Giot Cape Town Sharks
D 12 Andre Marais Cape Town Rams
D 14 David Watson Scorpions Johannesburg
F 15 Cameron Birrell Michigan Mountain Cats
F 16 Michael Farquet Cape Town Southern Knights
D 17 Gerard Habib Scorpions Johannesburg
F 18 Cristopher Engelbrecht Krugersdorp Wildcats
F 19 George Lyon Krugersdorp Wildcats
F 21 Michael Edwards Krugersdorp Wildcats
F 22 Philip Woolf Cape Town Southern Knights
F 23 Pedro Santos Scorpions Johannesburg

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