Slovenian hockey federation was founded in 1991 and became a member of the IIHF on May 6th 1992. Even before that Slovenia played a few friendly games vs. Austria and Holland. After being promoted from pool C in 1997 Slovenia advanced to the elite for the first time in 2001. Slovenia is the smallest country and also has the least registered players of all the countries that ever played in the elite.

Most inportant arenas:

Hala Tivoli Ljubljana

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21 Jan 2022HC Bolzano - Val Pusteria Wolves (Brunico) (ICE Hockey League)2-3 OT
21 Jan 2022HK Olimpija Ljubljana - Vienna Capitals (ICE Hockey League)5-4 SO
21 Jan 2022Dornbirner EC - Black Wings Linz (ICE Hockey League)2-3 SO
21 Jan 2022HC TWK Innsbruck - Red Bull Salzburg (ICE Hockey League)3-1
19 Jan 2022HDD Sij Acroni Jesenice - HDK Maribor (Državno prvenstvo Slovenije)5-0 TECH
18 Jan 2022Black Wings Linz - Red Bull Salzburg (ICE Hockey League)1-4 POST
17 Jan 2022Medveščak Mladi - KHL Mladost Zagreb (IHL - International Hockey League)5-10
16 Jan 2022Red Bull Salzburg - EC Graz99ers (ICE Hockey League)2-3 OT
15 Jan 2022HK Olimpija Ljubljana - Dornbirner EC (ICE Hockey League)5-3
15 Jan 2022Black Wings Linz - HC TWK Innsbruck (ICE Hockey League)3-2
14 Jan 2022EC Graz99ers - HK Olimpija Ljubljana (ICE Hockey League)4-1
14 Jan 2022Vienna Capitals - HC Bolzano (ICE Hockey League)1-2 OT
14 Jan 2022Fehervar AV19 - HC TWK Innsbruck (ICE Hockey League)3-5
14 Jan 2022Orli Znojmo - Black Wings Linz (ICE Hockey League)7-4
12 Jan 2022HC TWK Innsbruck - Fehervar AV19 (ICE Hockey League)0-4
Fast facts
  • Number of teams in our database: 24
  • Registered players: 943
  • Number of arenas in our database: 9
  • Year ice hockey association was founded in: 1991
 
 
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