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Finland

  • Year of foundation: 1928
  • Colours: blue, white, black
  • Club status: active
  • Address: Finnish Ice Hockey Association
    Mäkelänkatu 91
    00610 Helsinki
    Finland
  • Phone: +358 9 756 750
  • Fax: +358 9 756 755 75
  • Email: office@finhockey.fi
  • WWW: http://www.finhockey.fi/
 

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Season 2016-2017

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Recent gamesseason 2016-2017
Dec. 31 16 | 17:30Finland - Switzerland2-0
Jan. 02 17 | 11:00Finland - Latvia2-1
Jan. 03 17 | 17:30Latvia - Finland1-4
Current rosterseason 2016-2017
Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
GKarolus Kaarlehto01.09.1997- cm- kgleft
GMarkus Ruusu23.08.1997188 cm80 kgleft
GVeini Vehviläinen13.02.1997185 cm83 kgleft
DMiro Heiskanen18.07.1999185 cm78 kgleft
DOlli Juolevi05.05.1998188 cm84 kgleft
DJesper Mattila09.10.1997179 cm77 kgleft
DJuho Rautanen25.5.1997181 cm76 kgleft
DVili Saarijärvi15.05.1997178 cm75 kgright
DUrho Vaakanainen01.01.1999185 cm85 kgleft
DJuuso Välimäki6.10.1998187 cm96 kgleft
FKasper Björkqvist10.07.1997186 cm90 kgleft
CHenrik Borgström06.08.1997190 cm80 kgleft
FOtto Koivula1.9.1998190 cm99 kgleft
FJanne Kuokkanen25.5.1998185 cm85 kgleft
FJoona Luoto26.09.1997- cm- kgleft
FJulius Mattila09.10.1997- cm- kgleft
CJulius Nättinen14.01.1997188 cm88 kgleft
FPetrus Palmu16.07.1997- cm- kgleft
CAapeli Räsänen01.06.1998182 cm83 kgright
FArttu Ruotsalainen29.10.1997173 cm82 kgleft
FEeli Tolvanen22.04.1999179 cm82 kgleft
LWTeemu Väyrynen28.4.1997176 cm67 kgleft
LWKristian Vesalainen01.06.1999192 cm95 kgleft
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Jussi Ahokas15.11.1980Head Coach
Aki-Petteri Näykki16.10.1981Assistant Coach
Marko Ojanen27.03.1973Assistant Coach
Tomi Mäkelä06.01.1974Other
Kimmo Oikarinen16.05.1978Team Manager
Jukka Rautakorpi *17.12.1963Head Coach
Rauli Urama28.09.1969Assistant Coach

* no longer in the club

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Finland beat Russia

Finland won the last game of three between the Under-17 teams of Finland and Russia in Vierumäki 2-1.

Finland also won game one 3-1 while Russia won the second game 4-3.

(13 Aug 2017)
 

Big wins on Ivan Hlinka Memorial opening day

Three of the four games on the first day of Ivan Hlinka Memorial in Breclav, Czech Republic and Bratislava, Slovakia ended with big wins. First Lukas Wernblom and Samuel Fagemo scored two goals each when Sweden beat USA 6-1 in Breclav. In the second game in Breclav Czech Republic beat Switzerland 6-2 after two goals by Jan Jenik and two by Jakub Lauko.

In Bratislava Ruslan Iskhatov scored the winner when Russia beat Canada 4-3 after a shootout. Rasmus Kupari had two goals and three assists when Finland got an easy 6-1 win over Slovakia.

(07 Aug 2017)
 

Finland wins U19 tournament

Finland won the U19 5-nation tournament played in Zuchwil, Switzerland this week. In the first game they were beaten 5-4 in overtime by Czech Republic. Then followed three wins; Sweden 4-0, Germany 5-2 and Switzerland 5-1.

(11 Feb 2017)
 

Mikko Koivu named captain of Finland at World Cup

Finnish Federation has announced Minnesota Wild forward, Mikko Koivu will serve as Team Finland's captain at the World Cup of Hockey. Koivu, also Wild captain, will lead Finland in three World Championship

(22 Aug 2016)
 

World Championship preparation

The World Championship in Russia starts in three days. Four pre-tournament games were played today. Canada beat Czech Republic 3-0 and Kazakhstan beat France 6-3. Finland-USA (3-2) and Switzerland - Germany (4-3) were both decided in overtime.

(03 May 2016)
 

Seven new members to Finnish Hockey Hall of Fame

Seven persons were today named to the Finnish Hockey Hall of fame: Pekka Leimu (player), Saku Koivu (player), Teemu Selänne (player). Kimmo Rintanen (player), Tiia Reima (player, member of Finnish 1st Women's Olympic team), Erkki "Neka" Haapanen (equipment manager) and Rauli Virtanen (coach).

(29 Dec 2015)
 

Women’s national team tournaments

Today started two national team tournaments for women. In Sundsvall, Sweden Canada beat Finland 2-0 and the home team lost 2-6 to USA. In Czech Republic Russia beat Switzerland 4-1 and Germany beat Slovakia 4-2.

(04 Nov 2015)
 

Finland-Sweden

Finland and Sweden played three national team games today. In the Women's game Finland won 1-0 in Mariehamn. The Swedish U17 team beat Finland 7-4 in Haapajärvi. In the U20 tournament in Dmitrov, Russia Sweden won 3-2 after a shootout.

In Dmitrov the Czech U20 team beat Russia 4-0.

(29 Aug 2015)
 

Evaluation Camp in Lake Placid

At the U20 Evaluation Camp in Lake Placid Sweden beat USA Blue 5-2 while Finland lost 5-2 to USA White.

(03 Aug 2015)
 

Jukka Jalonen to coach Finland U20

52-year-old Jukka Jalonen is the new coach of Finland U20 team, replacing Hannu Jortikka who resigned after disappointing WJC in Canada. Jalonen coached Finland national team between 2009 and 2013, winning the gold medal at 2011 World Championship and the bronze medal in Vancouver 2010 before to coach SKA St. Petersburg until last season. The contract was signed until January 2016, after the WJC Finalnd will play at home

(20 Jan 2015)
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