2015 IIHF World Championship

2015 IIHF World Championship

Tournament Details

Host country Czech Republic
Dates 1–17 May
Teams 16
Venue(s) 2 (in 2 host cities)
Final Positions
Champions (Gold) Canada (25th title)
Runner-up (Silver) Russia
Third Place (Bronze) United States
Fourth Place Czech Republic
Tournament Statistics
Matches Played 64
Goals Scored 354 (5.53 per match)
Attendance 741,700 (11,589 per match)
Scoring Leader(s) Jason Spezza
(14 points)
MVP Jaromír Jágr

2015 Participants

  • Austria
  • Belarus
  • Canada
  • Czech Republic
  • Denmark
  • Finland
  • France
  • Germany
  • Latvia
  • Norway
  • Russia
  • Slovakia
  • Slovenia
  • Sweden
  • Switzerland
  • United States

2015 Officials

Referees Linesmen
  • Maxim Sidorenko (Belarus)
  • Pavel Hodek (Czech Republic)
  • Vladimír Šindler (Czech Republic)
  • Aleksi Rantala (Finland)
  • Jyri Rönn (Finland)
  • Daniel Piechaczek (Germany)
  • Vyacheslav Bulanov (Russia)
  • Roman Gofman (Russia)
  • Konstantin Olenin (Russia)
  • Jozef Kubuš (Slovakia)
  • Tobias Bjork (Sweden)
  • Mikael Nord ((Sweden))
  • Marcus Vinnerborg (Sweden)
  • Daniel Stricker (Switzerland)
  • Tobias Wehrli (Switzerland)
  • Timothy Mayer (United States)
  • Bevan Mills (Canada)
  • Vit Lederer (Czech Republic)
  • Miroslav Lhotský (Czech Republic)
  • Rudolf Tošenovjan (Czech Republic)
  • Anton Semjonov (Estonia)
  • Masi Puolakka (Finland)
  • Sakari Suominen (Finland)
  • André Schrader (Germany)
  • Jon Killian (Norway)
  • Gleb Lazarev (Russia)
  • Peter Šefčík (Slovakia)
  • Jimmy Dahmen (Sweden)
  • Henrik Pihlblad (Sweden)
  • Nicolas Fluri (Switzerland)
  • Paul Carnathan (United States)
  • Fraser McIntyre (United States)

2015 Seeding and Groups

Group A Group B
Canada United States
Sweden Finland
Czech Republic Russia
 Switzerland Belarus
Germany Slovakia
France Norway
Latvia Denmark
Austria Slovenia

2014 IIHF World Championship

Tournament Details
Host country Belarus
Dates 9–25 May
Teams 16
Venue(s) 2 (in 1 host city)
Tournament Statistics
Matches played 16
Goals scored 79 (4.94 per match)
Attendance 149,193 (9,325 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Ondřej Němec
Joakim Lindström
Tyler Johnson
Danis Zaripov
(4 points)

Participants

Asia
  • Kazakhstan
Europe
  • Belarus
  • Czech Republic*
  • Denmark*
  • Finland*
  • France*
  • Germany*
  • Italy^
  • Latvia*
  • Norway*
  • Russia*
  • Slovakia*
  • Sweden*
  • Switzerland*
North America
  • Canada*
  • United States*

Officials

Referees
  • Maxim Sidorenko
  • Martin Fraňo
  • Antonín Jeřábek
  • Vladimír Šindler
  • Aleksi Rantala
  • Jyri Rönn
  • Lars Brüggemann
  • Daniel Piechaczek
Referees
  • Vyacheslav Bulanov
  • Roman Gofman
  • Konstantin Olenin
  • Igor Dremelj
  • Mikael Nord
  • Marcus Vinnerborg
  • Keith Kaval
  • Steve Patafie
Linesmen
  • Ivan Dedyulya
  • Chris Carlson
  • Justin Hull
  • Vit Lederer
  • Anton Semjonov
  • Masi Puolakka
  • Sakari Suominen
  • Pierre Dehaen
Linesmen
  • Andre Schrader
  • Joep Leermakers
  • Jon Killian
  • Stanislav Raming
  • Miroslav Valach
  • Jimmy Dahmen
  • Nicolas Fluri
  • Paul Carnathan

Seeding and Groups

Group A

  • Sweden (1)
  • Czech Republic (4)
  • Canada (5)
  • Slovakia (8)
  • Norway (9)
  • Denmark (12)
  • France (13)
  • Italy (18)

Group B

  • Finland (2)
  • Russia (3)
  • United States (6)
  •  Switzerland (7)
  • Germany (10)
  • Latvia (11)
  • Belarus (14)
  • Kazakhstan (16)

2013 IIHF World Championship

Tournament Details
Host countries  Sweden
 Finland
Dates 3–19 May
Venue(s) 2 (in 2 host cities)

Nations Participating

 Austria Latvia
Belarus Norway
Canada Russia
Czech Republic Slovakia
Denmark Slovenia
 Finland Sweden
France  Switzerland
Germany  United States

Officials

Referees
  •  Matt Kirk
  • Derek Zalaski
  • Martin Frano
  •  Antonín Jerábek
  •  Aleksi Rantala
  •  Jyri Rönn
  •  Lars Brüggemann
  •  Daniel Piechaczek
Referees
  •  Vyacheslav Bulanov
  •  Konstantin Olenin
  •  Vladimír Baluška
  •  Morgan Johansson
  •  Marcus Vinnerborg
  •  Brent Reiber
  •  Ian Croft
  •  Keith Kaval
Linesmen
  •  Ivan Dedyulya
  •  Chris Carlson
  •  Jesse Wilmot
  •  Petr Blumel
  •  Sakari Suominen
  •  Pierre Dehaen
  •  Sirko Hunnius
  •  André Schrader
Linesmen
  •  Jon Killian
  •  Sergei Shelyanin
  •  Miroslav Valach
  •  Jimmy Dahmen
  •  Johannes Käck
  •  Roger Arm
  •  Jonathan Morisson
  •  Christopher Woodworth

Groups

Group S

  •  Czech Republic (3)
  •  Sweden (4)
  •  Canada (5)
  •  Norway (8)
  •  Switzerland (9)
  •  Denmark (12)
  • Belarus (13)
  •  Slovenia (18)

Group H

  •  Russia (1)
  •  Finland (2)
  •  Slovakia (6)
  •  United States (7)
  •  Germany (10)
  •  Latvia (11)
  •  France (14)
  •  Austria (15)