Kazakh juniors move up
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Sweep en route to Division I Group B win[more]

The Kazakh players celebrate after earning promotion at the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group B in Dunaujvaros against host Hungary. Photo: Laszlo Mudra
DUNAUJVAROS, Hungary – With one of its best tournament performances in recent years the Kazakh U20 national team won the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group B in Dunaujvaros.

Since playing in the top division for the 2008 and 2009 World Juniors the Kazakhs hadn’t... [more]

Croatia returns

Top line eliminates host and contender Spain[more]

Croatia succeeds in the game for the tournament win on the opponent’s ice in Spain. Photo: FEDH
JACA, Spain – Croatia won the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey U20 World Championship Division II Group B and will return to Division II Group A for next year.

The Croats were one... [more]

It was simply magic

Winter Classic in front of Slovenian Parliament[more]

Ice hockey is played in front of the Slovenian parliament during the Ice Fest 2014. Photo: Matic Klansek Velej
LJUBLJANA – Winter Classics are nothing new, not even for Slovenia. The first modern winter classic in Ljubljana was organized in January 2013 at the Bezigrad Central Stadion,... [more]

Hard-hit Russia fights on

Domestic issues aside, team is determined[more]

Valeri Bragin was coaching the Russian U20 national team in 2005, 2011 and 2012 winning one gold and two silver medals. Photo: Matthew Manor / HHOF-IIHF Images
With the ruble plummeting and the KHL hurting, Russian hockey fans look to the youth for the much-needed good vibes. This team is capable of delivering.

It may now be... [more]

Sharks release Muller

Swiss defenceman to play third World Juniors[more]

19-year-old NHL defenceman Mirco Muller will join the Swiss U20 national team... [more]

The return of Belarus

Return to World Juniors in Helsinki after eight years[more]

ASIAGO, Italy – An eight-year long wait is over for Belarus, which will be back... [more]

Been there, done that

Lazar, 19, joins Team Canada after 27 games with Sens[more]

Curtis Lazar won’t turn 20 until Feb. 2, 2015, but he already owns a hockey... [more]

Hall of Fame Class of 2015

Great Czechs, two women, new honour among highlights[more]

ZURICH – The IIHF Hall of Fame Selection Committee has added seven new names to... [more]



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