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U17 National team games
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|3.||Radek Muzik||F||Czech Republic||14||6||8||14||4|
|4.||Jaromir Pytlík||F||Czech Republic||21||9||4||13||0||-1|
GROUP: 5-Nations Tournament, Basel Aps 7-12
- USA U17 undefeated at Five Nations (11 Aug 2012)
- Germany U17 won home tournament in Füssen (12 Feb 2012)
- USA keeps Vlado Dzurilla Trophy (11 Feb 2012)
- US and Slovakia will decide Vlado Dzurilla Tournament (10 Feb 2012)
- Set for semi finals at World U17 Challenge (03 Jan 2012)
Finland beat Russia(13 Aug 2017)
Team USA U17 wins in Dallas
USA got four easy wins to finish on top of the 5-nations tournament for U17 national teams in Frisco, Texas. Czech Republic finished second before Switzerland, Slovakia and Germany.(14 Aug 2016)
Four pre-tournament games before the 2015 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge was played last night: Finland - Czech Republic 8-7 (OT), Sweden - Canada Black 5-1, Canada White - Russia 3-2 and USA - Canada Red 4-3.(31 Oct 2015)
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)
U17: USA and Slovakia wins(12 Aug 2015)
U17: 396 penalty minutes in Russia-USA game
USA and Russia participate in a U17 tournament in Sundsvall, Sweden. USA won today's game 6-4, but it all ended with a big fight. Russia's Egor Volkov got a major penalty for Checking to the head. In the following "war" another 13 players got major Roughing or Fisticuffs penalties.
In total Russia got 199 penalty minutes and USA 197.(08 Feb 2014)
Junior national team games
Three international junior tournaments featuring top nation started today.
U19: Czech Republic-Germany 8-0, Finland-Switzerland 2-6
U18: USA-Finland 2-4, Sweden-Czech Republic 5-1
U17: Finland-Czech Republic 5-3, Russia-USA 4-3
Sweden wins the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge
For the first time ever Sweden has won the World Under-17 Hockey Challenge. In the final in Victoriaville, Quebec, Sweden beat Russia 7-5.(05 Jan 2013)
Cape Breton to host the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge
Hockey Canada, in partnership with Hockey Nova Scotia, announced Friday that Cape Breton, N.S., will host the 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge from Dec. 29, 2013 to Jan. 4, 2014.
The 2014 World Under-17 Hockey Challenge will follow the same format as previous years - five Canadian entries (Atlantic, Ontario, Pacific, Quebec, West) will be joined by five international teams, with two groups of five teams. The top two teams from each group will advance to the semifinals, while the remaining three teams from each group will cross over for placement games.(12 Oct 2012)
Sweden-Finland U17 games(02 Sep 2012)
|12 Apr 2018||Switzerland - Finland||0-2|
- Youngest player: Jesper Wallstedt (15 years)
- Oldest player: Lukas Rubin (17 years)
- Shortest player: Martin Lang (163 cm)
- Tallest player: Zsombor Filep (197 cm)
- Nationalities: Canada (3), Czech Republic (40), Denmark (2), Finland (36), Germany (34), Hungary (23), Latvia (10), Norway (22), Russia (48), Switzerland (40), Slovakia (24), Sweden (40), USA (35)
- Highest win: Slovakia - USA
- Season average attendance: 172