We are the champions!

Winners from dozens of countries


Six of the champions from top leagues in Asia, Europe and North America. Photos: Bruce Bennett / Getty Images, Alexei Kudenko / RIA Novosti, Reiji Nagayama, Mikko Pylkko, Vedi Galijas / hockeyfans.ch, Ivo Dostal / hc-kometa.cz

With the season over also in the southern hemisphere, let’s celebrate the national ice hockey champions from dozens of countries.

They have battled through the regular season and in many countries also through the playoffs. And in the end all of them hoisted the trophy and celebrated being the best in their countries.

Here’s a list of winners from national men’s championships from most of the IIHF member countries.

Armenia: Ararat Yerevan
Australia: Melbourne Ice
Austria: Vienna Capitals
Belarus: Neman Grodno
Belgium: HYC Herentals
Bulgaria: Irbis-Skate Sofia
Canada (Memorial Cup): Windsor Spitfires
Canada (Allan Cup): Grand Falls-Windsor Cataracts
China: Qiqihar
Chinese Taipei: Silver Beast
Croatia: Medvescak Zagreb
Czech Republic: Kometa Brno
Denmark: Esbjerg Energy
DPR Korea: Pyongchol Pyongyang
Estonia: PSK Narva
Finland: Tappara Tampere
France: Gap Rapaces
Germany: Red Bull Munich
Great Britain: Cardiff Devils
Greece: Tarandos Moschato
Hong Kong: Winner Medical Kings Hongkong
Hungary: DVTK Jegesmedvek Miskolc
Iceland: Esja Reykjavik
Indonesia: Halodoc Ninjas
Israel: Rishon Devils
Italy: Ritten Sport
Japan: Oji Eagles Tomakomai
Kazakhstan: Nomad Astana
Korea: Anyang Halla
Kuwait: Kuwait Stars
Kyrgyzstan: Ala-Too Dordoj Naryn
Latvia: Kurbads Riga
Lithuania: Energija Elektrenai
Luxembourg: Tornado Luxembourg
Malaysia: Jazura Kuala Lumpur
Mongolia: Sharyn Gol
Netherlands: Heerenveen Flyers
New Zealand: Southern Stampede
Norway: Stavanger Oilers
Philippines: Manila Cricket Lighters
Poland: Cracovia Krakow
Qatar: Qatar Rink Rats
Romania: Corona Brasov
Russia: SKA St. Petersburg
Serbia: HK Beograd
Slovakia: HC 05 Banska Bystrica
Slovenia: Acroni Jesenice
South Africa: Kempton Park Wildcats
Spain: Txuri Urdin San Sebastian
Sweden: HV71 Jonkoping
Switzerland: SC Bern
Thailand: Titanium-Sport Corner Bangkok
Turkey: Zeytinburnu Istanbul
Turkmenistan: Galkan Ashkhabad
Ukraine: HC Donbass
United Arab Emirates: Al Ain White Bears
USA (Stanley Cup): Pittsburgh Penguins
USA (NCAA): University of Denver



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