Finnish hockey team

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July 1, 2022

The Finnish national hockey team is one of the best national ice hockey teams today. The biggest successes of the team are gold medals from the Ice Hockey World Championships in 1995, 2011, 2019, 2022 and from the 2022 Olympic Games in Beijing. She won a silver medal at the 1988 Olympic Games in Calgary and the 2006 Olympic Games in Turin. The first international match was played against Sweden on January 29, 1928 in Helsinki (lost 1: 8). For the first time against Czechoslovakia, Finland played at the World Championships on February 14, 1949 and lost 2:19 (Finland played against the independent Czech national team for the first time on April 25, 1993 again at the World Championships and lost 1: 3). Historically, Finland won the first medal from the national team championship at the 1985 European Championships, where it took 3rd place. In 2022, the Finnish hockey team managed to win a gold medal at both the Beijing Olympics and the World Championships.

Historical results

Ice hockey at the Olympics

World Cup

Canadian Cup

World Cup

Gallery of national team jerseys

Head coaches

Numbers excluded from the representation

5 - Timo Jutila 8 - Teemu Selänne 11 - Saku Koivu 14 - Raimo Helminen 16 - Ville Peltonen 17 - Jari Kurri 26 - Jere Lehtinen 44 - Kimmo Timonen

External links

Pictures, sounds or videos about Finnish national hockey team on Wikimedia Commons Finnish hockey team at the IIHF