IIHF World Championships

Year

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Venue

1920

Canada

USA

Czechoslovakia

Antwerp (Olympics)

1924

Canada

USA

Great Britain

Chamonix (Olympics)

1928

Canada

Sweden

Switzerland

St. Moritz (Olympics)

1930

Canada

Germany

Switzerland

Chamonix, Berlin, Vienna

1931

Canada

USA

Austria

Krynica

1932

Canada

USA

Germany

Lake Placid (Olympics)

1933

USA

Canada

Czechoslovakia

Prague

1934

Canada

USA

Germany

Milan

1935

Canada

Switzerland

Great Britain

Davos

1936

Great Britain

Canada

USA

Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics)

1937

Canada

Great Britain

Switzerland

London

1938

Canada

Great Britain

Czechoslovakia

Prague

1939

Canada

USA

Switzerland

Basle, Zurich

1940-1946 No championships (World War II)

1947

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Austria

Prague

1948

Canada

Czechoslovakia

Switzerland

St. Moritz (Olympics)

1949

Czechoslovakia

Canada

USA

Stockholm

1950

Canada

USA

Switzerland

London

1951

Canada

Sweden

Switzerland

Paris

1952

Canada

USA

Sweden

Oslo (Olympics)

1953

Sweden

FR Germany

Switzerland

Zurich, Basle

1954

Soviet Union

Canada

Sweden

Stockholm

1955

Canada

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Krefeld, Dortmund, Cologne

1956

Soviet Union

USA

Canada

Cortina (Olympics)

1957

Sweden

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Moscow

1958

Canada

Soviet Union

Sweden

Oslo

1959

Canada

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Prague, Bratislava

1960

USA

Canada

Soviet Union

Squaw Valley (Olympics)

1961

Canada

Czechoslovakia

Soviet Union

Geneva, Lausanne

1962

Sweden

Canada

USA

Colorado Springs, Denver

1963

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Stockholm

1964

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Innsbruck (Olympics)

1965

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Tampere

1966

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Ljubljana

1967

Soviet Union

Sweden

Canada

Vienna

1968

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Grenoble (Olympics)

1969

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Stockholm

1970

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Stockholm

1971

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Berne, Geneva

1972

Czechoslovakia

Soviet Union

Sweden

Prague

1973

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Moscow

1974

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Helsinki

1975

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Munich, Dusseldorf

1976

Czechoslovakia

Soviet Union

Sweden

Katowice

1977

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Soviet Union

Vienna

1978

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Prague

1979

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Moscow

1981

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Gothenburg, Stockholm

1982

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Helsinki, Tampere

1983

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Dusseldorf, Dortmund, Munich

1985

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Soviet Union

Prague

1986

Soviet Union

Sweden

Canada

Moscow

1987

Sweden

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Vienna

1989

Soviet Union

Canada

Czechoslovakia

Stockholm, Sodertalje

1990

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Berne, Fribourg

1991

Sweden

Canada

Soviet Union

Turku, Helsinki, Tampere

1992

Sweden

Finland

Czechoslovakia

Prague, Bratislava

1993

Russia

Sweden

Czech Republic

Dortmund, Munich

1994

Canada

Finland

Sweden

Bolzano, Canazei, Milan

1995

Finland

Sweden

Canada

Stockholm, Gavle

1996

Czech Republic

Canada

USA

Vienna

1997

Canada

Sweden

Czech Republic

Helsinki, Turku, Tampere

1998

Sweden

Finland

Czech Republic

Zurich, Basle

1999

Czech Republic

Finland

Sweden

Oslo, Lillehammer, Hamar

2000

Czech Republic

Slovakia

Finland

St. Petersburg

2001

Czech Republic

Finland

Sweden

Cologne, Hanover, Nuremberg

2002

Slovakia

Russia

Sweden

Gothenburg, Karlstad, Jonkoping

2003

Canada

Sweden

Slovakia

Helsinki, Turku, Tampere

2004

Canada

Sweden

USA

Prague, Ostrava

2005

Czech Republic

Canada

Russia

Vienna, Innsbruck

2006

Sweden

Czech Republic

Finland

Riga

2007

Canada

Finland

Russia

Moscow, Mytishi

2008

Russia

Canada

Finland

Quebec City, Halifax

2009

Russia

Canada

Sweden

Berne, Zurich-Kloten

2010

Czech Republic

Russia

Sweden

Cologne, Mannheim, Gelsenkirchen

2011

Finland

Sweden

Czech Republic

Bratislava, Kosice

2012

Russia

Slovakia

Czech Republic

Helsinki, Stockholm

2013

Sweden

Switzerland

USA

Stockholm, Helsinki

 


Notes:

  1. All Olympic Ice Hockey Tournaments between 1920 and 1968 also counted as World Championships
  2. In the Olympic years 1980, 1984 and 1988, no IIHF World Championships were staged.

IIHF European Championships

Year

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Venue

1910

Great Britain

Germany

Belgium

Les Avants

1911

Bohemia

Germany

Belgium

Berlin

1912

Championship annulled

1913

Belgium

Bohemia

Germany

Munich

1914

Bohemia

Germany

Belgium

Berlin

1915 – 1920 No championship (World War I)

1921

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

(only two teams)

Stockholm

1922

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Switzerland

St. Moritz

1923

Sweden

France

Czechoslovakia

Antwerp

1924

France

Sweden

Switzerland

Milan

1925

Czechoslovakia

Austria

Switzerland

Strbske Pleso, Stary Smokovec

1926

Switzerland

Czechoslovakia

Austria

Davos

1927

Austria

Belgium

Germany

Vienna

1929

Czechoslovakia

Poland

Austria

Budapest

1932

Sweden

Austria

Switzerland

Berlin


Notes: 

  1. Berlin 1932 was the last separate IIHF European Championship event.
  2. European Championships medals were awarded to the European participants of the IIHF World Championships until 1991.
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