Marián Hossa Confirms Hockey Career Is Over


Marián Hossa, sidelined for the entire 2017-18 NHL season due to a skin disorder, confirmed today to a Slovakian newspaper that his hockey career was over, and he will formally retire once his current contract expires in 2020.
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IHLC Preview – 2018 World Championship


The finish of the international hockey calendar is set to begin on May 4 in Copenhagen and Herning, Denmark, with the top sixteen hockey countries in the world meeting to compete at the 2018 IIHF World Championship.
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Finland Wins 2018 Euro Hockey Tour & Challenge


For just the second time in history, the same nation has captured both the Euro Hockey Tour and Euro Hockey Challenge titles, with Finland today eking out Sweden to lock up the 2017-18 Tour, becoming the second team after Czechia in 2012 to achieve the double.
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IHLC Results – Slovakia 4-0 France – Apr. 27, 2018


 Slovakia 4-0 France 
Euro Hockey Challenge
Nitra Aréna, Nitra 
Friday, April 27, 2018

BOXSCORE
1st Period
03:34 –  PEN – Chakiachvili, hooking
05:38 –  GOAL – Haščák (Mikúš, Sekera)
09:58 –  PEN – Marcinko, slashing
18:40 –  PEN – Manavian, interference
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Korea Republic Becomes First New Men’s IHLC Contender In 15 Years


In an international hockey world that seldom sees new nations emerge to contend for the International Hockey Lineal Championship, Slovakia’s IHLC win over Latvia today confirmed their next opponent will be the Korea Republic (South Korea), making the Koreans the first new team in 15 years to contend for the IHLC.
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IHLC Results – Slovakia 4-1 Latvia – Apr. 20, 2018


 Slovakia 4-1 Latvia 
Euro Hockey Challenge
Zimný štadión Michalovce, Michalovce 
Friday, April 20, 2018

BOXSCORE
1st Period
02:50 –  PEN – Jevpalovs, hooking
07:02 –  PEN – Hovorka, boarding
07:48 –  PEN – Bondra, high sticking
14:13 –  GOAL – Bakoš (Miklík, Hovorka)
16:37 –  PEN – Ševčenko, interference
17:42 –  PEN – Balinskis, high sticking
18:43 –  PP GOAL – Miklík (Kudrna, Čajkovský)
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