2017-18 Euro Hockey Tour Schedule Released


The full schedule for the 2017-18 Euro Hockey Tour has been announced, the highlights being the moving of the Sweden Hockey Games to April (due to this year’s Olympics in February), and the addition of teams from Canada, Switzerland and Korea, all preparing for the Games in Pyeongchang.
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Russia Wins Euro Hockey Tour, Switzerland Wins Euro Hockey Challenge


With the conclusion of both the Euro Hockey Tour and Euro Hockey Challenge, as the season ends to ring in the start of the 2017 World Championships in Paris and Cologne, the winners of both the four-nation Euro Hockey Tour and 12-nation Euro Hockey Challenge have been crowned for the 2016-17 season.
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Sweden Wins Euro Hockey Tour, Finland Wins Euro Hockey Challenge

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With the conclusion of both the Euro Hockey Tour and Euro Hockey Challenge as the season winds down leading up to the World Championships in Russia, the winners of both the four-nation Euro Hockey Tour and 12-nation Euro Hockey Challenge have been crowned for the 2015-16 season.
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Busy Weekend In First International Break

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It was a busy first weekend break for international hockey this weekend, with a number of key tournaments in both men’s and women’s hockey taking place, including 2018 Olympic qualifiers and the women’s International Hockey Lineal Championship up for grabs.
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Euro Hockey Tour Schedule Released, Format Same As 2014-15

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After a new format for the Euro Hockey Tour was unveiled last season, eliminating the Oddset and Czech Hockey Games and replacing the second half of the tournament with a round-robin format between Sweden, Finland, Russia and Czechia, the tournament details have been confirmed to follow the same format for 2015-16.
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Sweden Wins Euro Hockey Tour, Czechs Win Euro Hockey Challenge

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With the conclusion of both the Euro Hockey Tour and Euro Hockey Challenge as the season winds down leading up to the World Championships in Czechia, the winners of both the four-nation Euro Hockey Tour and 12-nation Euro Hockey Challenge have been crowned for the 2014-15 season.
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IHLC 2014 In Review – Men’s

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2014 was quite a year for the International Hockey Lineal Championship, in that theihlc.com formally launched in September, bringing 100+ years of international hockey history online. But this calendar year certainly saw its share of movement and excitement as well.
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IHLC Results – Sweden 3-0 Finland – Nov. 9, 2014

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Karjala Tournament
Hartwall Arena, Helsinki finland-11
Sunday, November 9, 2014

Sweden’s shootout sticks were able to take a rest today, as they handily defeated the host nation Finland in regulation after two consecutive shootout victories, a 3-0 win that sealed a perfect 3-0 stint at the Karjala Tournament to retain the International Hockey Lineal Championship.
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IHLC Results – Sweden 4-3 Czechia (SO) – Nov. 8, 2014

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Karjala Tournament
Hartwall Arena, Helsinki finland-11
Saturday, November 8, 2014

For the second straight game, it was down to nifty shootout goals from Linus Klasen and André Petersson to lift Sweden to victory at the Karjala Tournament, this time against Czechia, to improve to 2-0 and retain the International Hockey Lineal Championship.
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IHLC Results – Sweden 5-4 Russia (SO) – Nov. 6, 2014

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Karjala Tournament
Tegera Arena, Leksand sweden-11
Thursday, November 6, 2014

Playing on home ice in a tournament normally reserved for their Finnish foes, Sweden capitalized on a hot crowd to defeat Russia in a narrow 5-4 shootout, avoiding two collapses to hang on to the win and capture the International Hockey Lineal Championship.
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