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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 2021-2022

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Recent gamesseason 2021-2022
Dec. 27 21 | 12:00Austria - Finland1-7
Dec. 29 21 | 12:00Finland - Czechia1-0 TECH
Dec. 31 21 | 17:00Canada - Finland-
Current rosterseason 2021-2022
# Pos Player name State Born Height Weight Shoots  
30GJoel Blomqvist10.01.2002189 cm83 kgleft
31GJuha Jatkola12.09.2002185 cm80 kgleft
1GLeevi Meriläinen13.08.2002188 cm72 kgleft
2DKarri Aho06.09.2002186 cm84 kgleft
21DAleksi Heimosalmi08.05.2003180 cm76 kgright
7DTopi Niemelä25.03.2002182 cm75 kgright
15DPetteri Nurmi12.01.2002- cm- kgleft
4DVille Ottavainen12.08.2002193 cm91 kgright
10DKasper Puutio03.06.2002183 cm84 kgright
3DRuben Rafkin08.01.2002182 cm86 kgright
6DEemil Viro03.04.2002183 cm78 kgleft
20CSamuel Helenius26.11.2002199 cm91 kgleft
22CRoni Hirvonen (C)10.01.2002176 cm78 kgleft
13LWRoby Järventie08.08.2002191 cm90 kgleft
27COliver Kapanen29.07.2003185 cm81 kgright
34FRoni Karvinen22.10.2002184 cm86 kgleft
37RWJoakim Kemell27.04.2004181 cm80 kgright
24RWVille Koivunen13.06.2003183 cm75 kgleft
33CBrad Lambert19.12.2003183 cm81 kgright
32CJoel Määttä06.07.2002188 cm87 kgleft
19CJuuso Mäenpää29.04.2002169 cm64 kgleft
35FOlli Nikupeteri28.11.2002- cm- kgleft
28FSami Päivärinta08.06.2003- cm- kgleft
29RWKasper Simontaival11.01.2002175 cm79 kgright
23LWKalle Väisänen28.01.2003193 cm82 kgright
Coach name State Born Coach position  
Ville Mäntymaa08.03.1985Assistant Coach
Antti Miettinen03.07.1980Assistant Coach
Mikko Koivu12.03.1983Assistant Coach
Antti Pennanen05.02.1979Head Coach

* no longer in the club

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Finland wins EYOF

Finland won the European Youth Olympics Festival tournament. They beat Russia 4-3 in the final game. The Finnish goals were scored by Kasper Lundell, Otto Hokkanen, Aaron Hakala, and Jere Lassila. Topias Leinonen in the net made 32 saves.

(17 Dec 2021)
 

Individual awards from the U18 Worlds

Media All Stars: Sergei Ivanov (G), Aleksi Heimosalmi (D), Brandt Clarke (D), Connor Bedard (F), Matvei Michkov (F), Samu Tuomala (F)

MVP: Matvei Michkov

Best Goalkeeper: Benjamin Gaudreau
Best Defenceman: Aleksi Heimosalmi
Best Forward: Matvei Michkov

(07 May 2021)
 

Finland-Sweden games cancelled

Three U20 games between Finland and Sweden that were supposed to be played this week in Vierumäki have been cancelled after two Swedish players tested positive for Covid-19.

(05 Nov 2020)
 

U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, Day 4 - Russia and Canada to play the final

Alexander Pashin scored three goals when Russia beat Finland 4-1 in one of today's semi finals of the prestigeous U18 tournament in Czech Republic and Slovakia. In the other semi final Canada beat Sweden 3-2 in a shootout game. Cole Perfetti scored all Canadian goals.

Czech Republic beat USA 4-3 for place five while Slovakia beat Switzerland 7-5 in the 7th place game.

(09 Aug 2019)
 

U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, Day 3

Results of the third day from Breclav/Piestany: USA - Sweden 4-5 (SO), Switzerland - Finland 0-6, Czech Republic - Canada 1-7 and Slovakia - Russia 1-2 (OT).

Friday's semi finals: Canada - Sweden, Russia - Finland.

(08 Aug 2019)
 

U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, Day 2

On the second day of the U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup Roni Hirvonen scored three goals when Finland beat Czech Republic 5-1. Other games today: Canada - Switzerland 8-0, Sweden - Russia 0-3 and Slovakia - USA 3-4 (OT).

(06 Aug 2019)
 

U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup, Day 1

The U18 Hlinka Gretzky Cup started today in Breclav and Piestany. Results: Russia - USA 6-2, Finland - Canada 0-6, Czech Republic - Switzerland 4-3 (SO) and Slovakia - Sweden 2-3.

(05 Aug 2019)
 

Swedish revenge

After yesterday's tough loss against Finland, Sweden today won 3-1 in Hartwall Areena. Finland's Toni Rajala scored 1-0 for Finland but Swedish goals by Jesper Bratt, Daniel Zaar and Philip Hol made it a Swedish win.

(26 Apr 2019)
 

Late goals save Finland against Sweden

Finland was down 4-2 late in today's national team friendly but scored three goals in the last 2:14. Arttu Ilomäki scored 3-4 at 57:46 and Harri Pesonen tied it 32 seconds later with his second goal of the game. Eetu Luostarinen then scored the 5-4 winner at 59:12.

(25 Apr 2019)
 

World Juniors Quarter finals

The quarter final match-ups of the World Junior Championship in Canada is decided after the end of the Preliminary Round:
Sweden - Switzerland
Canada - Finland
USA - Czech Republic
Russia - Slovakia

(01 Jan 2019)
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