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Euro Hockey Tour
- League status: Active
- Year of start: 1996
- WWW: http://eht.fhr.ru/en/
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|4.||Lukas Radil||F||Czech Republic||9||3||4||7||2||6|
|7.||Michal Vondrka||F||Czech Republic||5||4||1||5||2||4|
|9.||Martin Zatovic||F||Czech Republic||9||2||3||5||0||1|
GROUP: Total EHT 2014/15
GROUP: Karjala Tournament, November 6-9
GROUP: Channel One Cup, December 18-21
GROUP: Double headers, February 5-8
* The interrupted game Sweden Finland (0-1) 2015-02-16 does not count as a national team game.
GROUP: Double headers, April 16-19
GROUP: Double headers, April 22-25
EHT is played in four tournaments, one in each of the four participating countries. The winner of the total standings is the winner of EHT.
- 2018-2019: Russia
- 2017-2018: Finland
- 2016-2017: Russia
- 2015-2016: Sweden
- 2014-2015: Sweden
- 2013-2014: Finland
- 2012-2013: Russia
- 2011-2012: Czech Republic
- 2010-2011: Russia
- 2009-2010: Finland
- 2008-2009: Russia
- 2007-2008: Russia
- 2006-2007: Sweden
- 2005-2006: Russia
- 2004-2005: Russia
- 2003-2004: Finland
- 2002-2003: Finland
- 2001-2002: Finland
- 2000-2001: Finland
- 1999-2000: Finland
- 1998-1999: Sweden
- 1997-1998: Czech Republic
- 1996-1997: Finland
Euro Hockey Tour is a competition founded in 1996/97. It is used as World Championship preparation where players can get international experience.
The four members are Czech Republic, Finland, Russia and Sweden. Canada and Slovakia have also participated in some EHT tournaments but have never been included in the total standings.
- Russia wins Euro Hockey Tour (05 May 2019)
- Tre Kronor beat the Finnish Lions (05 May 2019)
- Czech Republic shuts out Sweden (04 May 2019)
- Finland beats Russia at Carlson Hockey Games (04 May 2019)
- EHT: Strong goaltending when Finland beat Czech Republic (02 May 2019)
Tre Kronor forward injured(05 Nov 2015)
Vadim Shipachyov injured
Russian national team forward Vadim Shipachyov injured his hand during the first period of the Karjala Tournament opener against Finland.
He won't play more in the tournament.(08 Nov 2013)
More roster changes for Sweden
Niclas Burström, Daniel Bång and Dennis Rasmussen will replace Simon Bertilsson, Tom Wandell and William Karlsson in Sweden's roster for Karjala Tournament. Tobias Viklund was first suppose to replace Bertilsson but was later also replaced.(03 Nov 2013)
Rödin replaces Pettersson
Brynäs' forward Anton Rödin replaces Fredrik Pettersson in Team Sweden at Karjala Tournament.(01 Nov 2013)
Changes in Tre Kronor
Johan Backlund, Daniel Rahimi and Oscar Möller won't play for Sweden in the upcoming Czech Hockey Games (EHT).
They are replaced with Linus Ullmark, Mario Kempe and Viktor Arvidsson.(27 Aug 2013)
Changes in Czech roster for Oddset Hockey Games
Czech coach Alois Hadamczik was forced to make roster adjustments for upcoming Oddset Hockey Games: forward Lukas Pech (flu) and defender Zdenek Kutlák (ankle injury) are out, replaced by Tomáš Mojžíš (Slovan Bratislava) and Ivan Rachůnek (Sparta Praha)(05 Feb 2013)
Channel One Cup awards
Scoring leader and best forward: Pavel Datsyuk (Russia).
Best goalie: Konstantin Barulin (Russia).
Best defenseman: Alexei Yemelin (Russia).
All-Star Team: Konstantin Barulin (Russia), Mikko Mäenpää (Finland) - Vicor Hedman (Sweden), Ilya Kovalchuk - Pavel Datsyuk - Sergei Mozyakin (all Russia).
Changes in the Swedish Channel One Cup roster(07 Dec 2012)
Erixon joins Team Sweden
Timrå's Sebastian Erixon will join Team Sweden for the game against Finland today as Jonas Ahnelöv can't play the game.(10 Nov 2012)
Kulikov out, Denisov in
CSKA Moscow defender Denis Denisov will replace injured Dmitri Kulikov (lokomotiv Yaroslavl) in Russian team partecipating in next Karjala Cup.(30 Oct 2012)
|25 Apr 2015||Russia - Sweden||2-3 OT|
- Youngest player: Pavel Kraskovsky (18 years)
- Oldest player: Martin Rucinsky (44 years)
- Shortest player: Jesse Saarinen (172 cm)
- Tallest player: Niko Hovinen (200 cm)
- Nationalities: Czech Republic (60), Finland (60), Kazakhstan (1), Russia (76), Sweden (62)
- Highest win: Russia - Finland
- Season average attendance: 8092