IHLC Results – Sweden 6-4 Russia – 01 May 2019


🇸🇪 Sweden 6-4 Russia 🇷🇺
Carlson Hockey Games
Ericsson Globe, Stockholm 🇸🇪
Wednesday, 01 May 2019

In the first match of the concluding 2018/2019 Euro Hockey Tour stage, the senior Russian national team conceded a 4-6 loss to Sweden in Stockholm.
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Luděk Bukač: 1935-2019


Just days after the death of Ján Starší, who built the Czechoslovak national team into a dominant force in the 1970’s, the man who helped carry the Czechoslovakian team through the 1980’s and Czech team in the 1990’s has also passed away, as Luděk Bukač today died at the age of 83.
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IHLC Results – Sweden 4-2 Russia – 09 Feb 2019


🇸🇪 Sweden 4-2 Russia 🇷🇺
Beijer Hockey Games
Hovet, Stockholm 🇸🇪
Saturday, 09 February 2019

BOXSCORE
1st Period
04:28 – 🇸🇪 PEN – Rasmussen, high sticking double minor
06:59 – 🇷🇺 PEN – Rafikov, interference
19:58 – 🇷🇺 PEN – Kadeikin, holding
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IHLC Results – Russia 3-2 Finland (SO) – 07 Feb 2019


🇷🇺 Russia 3-2 Finland 🇫🇮 (SO)
Beijer Hockey Games
Arena 2000, Yaroslavl 🇷🇺
Thursday, 07 February 2019

In Yaroslavl, the senior Russian national team defeated Finland for the third time in the 2018/2019 Euro Hockey Tour, clinching a dramatic 3:2 victory on penalty shots.
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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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Sedin Twins Announce Dual Retirement After 18 NHL Seasons


Swedish twin forwards Henrik and Daniel Sedin, proverbially joined at the hip for nearly two decades both with the Vancouver Canucks and Tre Kronor, formally ended their career tonight with the Canucks in Edmonton, closing out a historic 18-season NHL career spent side by side.
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IHLC Classics: “Tupu, Hupu & Lupu” Golden For Finland

From time to time, TheIHLC.com will feature detailed recaps and boxscores of some of the most legendary games in international hockey history, considered to be “IHLC Classics.” Today, in honour of Finnish Independence Day, we look back at the 1995 World Championships Gold Medal Game, the long overdue first title for the Leijonat, over their Swedish rivals on Swedish ice.

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🇫🇮 Finland 4-1 Sweden 🇸🇪
World Championship Gold Medal Game
Stockholm Globe Arena, Stockholm 🇸🇪
Sunday, 07 May 1995

After fifty plus years of misery on the international hockey stage, it was a trio of youngsters in their early twenties that finally managed to put the Leijonat atop the world’s stage, defeating their national rivals Sweden 4-1 in the Gold Medal Game to capture the 1995 championship, as well as the International Hockey Lineal Championship.
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