Olympic Ice Hockey Tournaments, Men

Year

Gold

Silver

Bronze

Venue

1920¹

Canada

USA

Czechoslovakia

Antwerp

1924

Canada

USA

Great Britain

Chamonix

1928

Canada

Sweden

Switzerland

St. Moritz

1932

Canada

USA

Germany

Lake Placid

1936

Great Britain

Canada

USA

Garmisch-Partenk.

1948

Canada

Czechoslovakia

Switzerland

St. Moritz

1952

Canada

USA

Sweden

Oslo

1956

Soviet Union

USA

Canada

Cortina d’Ampezzo

1960

USA

Canada

Soviet Union

Squaw Valley

1964

Soviet Union

Sweden

Czechoslovakia

Innsbruck

1968

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Canada

Grenoble

1972

Soviet Union

USA

Czechoslovakia

Sapporo

1976

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

F.R. Germany

Innsbruck

1980

USA

Soviet Union

Sweden

Lake Placid

1984

Soviet Union

Czechoslovakia

Sweden

Sarajevo

1988

Soviet Union

Finland

Sweden

Calgary

1992

Russia

Canada

Czechoslovakia

Albertville

1994

Sweden

Canada

Finland

Lillehammer

1998

Czech Rep.

Russia

Finland

Nagano

2002

Canada

USA

Russia

Salt Lake City

2006

Sweden

Finland

Czech Republic

Turin

2010

Vancouver

 

¹ The 1920 Olympic ice hockey tournament was a part of the summer Olympics in Antwerp.

 

Game Winning Shot Competitions and Overtime Games

 

1992 Olympics, Albertville

February 18, QF Canada-Germany 3-3. Canada won penalty shoot-out (Game Winning Shot competition) 3-2. Jason Woolley, Wally Schreiber and Eric Lindros (Game Winning Shot) scored for CAN. Michael Rumrich and Andreas Brockmann scored for GER. Sean Burke in goal for CAN. Helmut de Raaf in goal for GER.


1994 Olympics, Lillehammer

February 23, QF Canada-Czech Republic 3-2. Paul Kariya scored sudden victory goal at 5.54 of overtime.

 

February 23, QF Russia-Slovakia 3-2. Aleksander Vinogradov (Andrei Nikolishin) scored sudden victory goal at 8.39 of overtime.

 

February 27, F Sweden-Canada 2-2. Sweden won penalty shootout 3-2. Magnus Svensson, Peter Forsberg, and Peter Forsberg again (Game Winning Shot) scored for SWE. Petr Nedved and Paul Kariya scored for CAN. Tommy Salo in goal for SWE. Corey Hirsch in goal for CAN.

 

1998 Olympics, Nagano

February 20, SF Czech Republic-Canada 1-1. Czech Republic won penalty shootout 1-0. Robert Reichel (Game Winning Shot) scored for CZE. Theo Fleury, Ray Bourque, Joe Nieuwendyk, Eric Lindros and Brandan Shanahan all missed for CAN. Dominik Hasek in goal for CZE. Patrick Roy in goal for CAN.

 

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