IHLC Team Profiles – Hungary

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🇭🇺 HUNGARY (HUN) Men’s National Ice Hockey Team
1 win, 1 reign, 1 game with IHLC – ranked 20th
IHLC last held 30 March 2007

First playing for the IHLC in 1933, Hungary began to build momentum before the Cold War relegated the team back into relative obscurity, seemingly only playing as a punching bag for the more powerful likes of the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia to practice on. However, the Maygars stunned the hockey world by taking the IHLC from Sweden in March 2007, before losing it the next day back to Tre Kronor, leaving Hungary tied for the shortest total IHLC reign in history. However, Hungary continues to improve, and will surely look to improve on and increase their tiny IHLC record.

IHLC GAMES
Total IHLC Games Played: 12
First IHLC Game:
 3-1 loss vs. 🇨🇦 CAN, 23 Feb 1933
Only IHLC Win: 2-1 win vs. 🇸🇪 SWE (OT), 29 Mar 2007
Latest IHLC Game: 5-1 loss vs. 🇨🇦 CAN, 01 Nov 2016
Largest IHLC Defeat: 19-1 loss vs. 🇷🇺 URS, 28 Jan 1964
Longest IHLC Winless Streak: 8 games (23 Feb 1933 – 03 Feb 2004)

IHLC HOSTING
IHLC Games Hosted:
4
First Game Hosted: 🇨🇦 CAN 5-4 HUN 🇭🇺, 03 Feb 2004 (Székesfehérvár)
Latest Game Hosted:
🇨🇦 CAN 5-1 HUN 🇭🇺, 01 Nov 2016 (Budapest)
Major Tournaments Hosted: none

MAJOR TOURNAMENT RECORDS
Best IIHF World Championship Result: 5th (1: 1937)
Best Olympic Games Result: 7th (1: 1936)
Best Canada / World Cup Result: n/a

COMPETITIVE IHLC RECORDS
🇨🇦 CANADA: 0 wins, 4 losses, 1 tie
🇬🇧 GREAT BRITAIN: 0 wins, 3 losses, 0 ties
🇷🇺 SOVIET UNION: 0 wins, 1 loss, 0 ties
🇸🇪 SWEDEN: 1 win, 1 loss, 0 ties
🇨🇭 SWITZERLAND: 0 wins, 1 loss, 0 ties

COMPLETE IHLC HISTORY
01. 🇨🇦 CAN 3-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 23 Feb 1933 – WC – Prague 🇨🇿
02. 🇨🇭 SUI 1-0 HUN 🇭🇺 – 07 Feb 1934 – WC – Milan 🇮🇹
03. 🇬🇧 GBR 5-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 13 Feb 1936 – OG – Garmisch-Partenkirchen 🇩🇪
04. 🇬🇧 GBR 7-0 HUN 🇭🇺 – 18 Feb 1937 – WC – London 🇬🇧
05. 🇬🇧 GBR 5-0 HUN 🇭🇺 – 22 Feb 1937 – WC – London 🇬🇧
06. 🇨🇦 CAN 1-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 18 Feb 1938 – WC – Prague 🇨🇿
07. 🇷🇺 URS 19-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 28 Jan 1964 – OG – Innsbruck 🇦🇹
08. 🇨🇦 CAN 5-4 HUN 🇭🇺 – 03 Feb 2004 – EX – Székesfehérvár 🇭🇺
09. 🇭🇺 HUN 2-1 SWE 🇸🇪 (OT) – 29 Mar 2007 – EX – Budapest 🇭🇺
10. 🇸🇪 SWE 7-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 30 Mar 2007 – EX – Debrecen 🇭🇺
11. 🇨🇦 CAN 7-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 08 May 2016 – WC – Saint Petersburg 🇷🇺
12. 🇨🇦 CAN 5-1 HUN 🇭🇺 – 01 Nov 2016 – EX – Budapest 🇭🇺

Photo Credit: Visit Hungary – IIHF – HHOF – IOC

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