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Ice Hockey World Championship 2004
 
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A few World Championship statistics Schedule and results


A few World Championship statistics

Country (no. of starts, games, balance) Gold Silver Bronze

1. Russia (formerly USSR, 46x, 380 games, 298-28-54)
2. Canada (57x, 431 games, 301-29-101)
3. Czech Republic (f. Czechoslovakia, 63x, 498, 320-46-132)
4. Sweden (62x, 498 games, 285-52-161)
5. USA (55x, 416 games, 187-36-193)
6. Finland (50x, 413 games, 165-47-201)
7. Great Britain (14x, 85 games, 44-4-37)
8. Slovakia (8x, 59 games, 31-7-21)
9. Germany (49x, 373 games, 108-41-224)
10. Switzerland (36x, 244 games, 85-19-140)
11. Austria (26x, 153 games, 47-12-94)

23
22
10
7
2
1
1
1
0
0
0

8
10
12
17
9
5
2
1
2
1
0

5
9
19
14
4
1
2
1
2
8
2


Players who have most often taken part

Jiri Holik, Czechoslovakia, 14x (1964-1977)
Sven Tumba (Johansson), Sweden, 14x (1952-1966)
Lasse Oksanen, Finland, 13x (1964-1977)
Dieter Hegen, Germany, 13x (1982-1998)
Ronald Pettersson, Sweden, 13x (1955-1967)
Vladislav Tretiak, USSR, 13x (1970-1983)
Udo Kiessling, Germany, 13x (15x) (1973-1991, + B-Championship 1974, 1975)


Players with the most games

1.Jiri Holik, Czechoslovakia, 123 games
Jiri Holik, photo: CTK 2.Lasse Oksanen, Finland, 117 games
2.Vladislav Tretiak, USSR, 117 games
4.Oldrich Machac, Czechoslovakia, 113 games
5.Udo Kiessling, Germany, 109 games
6.Dieter Hegen, Germany, 106 games
6.Vjatscheslav Fetisov, USSR, 106 games
8.Boris Mikhailov, USSR, 105 games
8.Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, 105 games
10.Vladimir Petrov, USSR, 102 games
10.Vladimír Martinec, Czechoslovakia, 102 games
10.Frantisek Pospisíl, Czechoslovakia, 102 games
13.Alexander Maltsev, USSR, 101 games
13.Sergei Makarov, USSR, 101 games
13.Valeri Vasilyev, USSR, 101 games


World Championship point-leaders

1.Boris Mikhailov, USSR, 169 points
Boris Mikhailov 2.Valeri Kharlamov, USSR, 159 points
3.Alexander Maltsev, USSR, 156 points
4.Vladimir Petrov, USSR, 154 points
5.Sven Tumba, Sweden, 127 points
6.Sergei Makarov, UdSSR, 118 points
7.Vladimir Martinec, Czechoslovakia, 110 points
8.Vanjamin Alexandrov, USSR, 104 points
9.Jiri Holik, Czechoslovakia, 104 points
10.Anatoli Firsov, USSR, 101 points


World Championship medal leaders


1. Vladislav Tretiak, USSR
2. Alexander Ragulin, USSR
3. Alexander Maltsev, USSR
3. Vladimir Petrov, USSR
5. Vitaly Davydov, USSR
6. Vjatscheslav Starshinov, USSR

1970-1983
1961, 1963-1973
1969-78, 81, 83
1969-1981
1963-1972
1961, 1963-71

10G
10G
9G
9G
9G
9G

2S
1S
2S
2S
1S
-

1B
1B
1B
1B
-
1B