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|2.||Mihály Bendegúz Dobos||F||Hungary||5||4||5||9||0||5|
|6.||Krzysztof Tomasz Macias||F||Poland||5||2||5||7||0||1|
The teams play a single round-robin series. Each team plays each opponent once.
The winner of the event will be promoted to Division I Group A. The last-ranked team will be relegated to Division II Group A.
Until 2011 Division 1B was at the same level as 1A.
Bled will host both U18 I division WC
The city of Bled, Slovenia, already chosen by the federation to host U18 Division I Group B World Championship next April, will organize also the Division I Group A since no-one of the six participating nations submitted an application to host the tournament.
So entire Division I will be played in the same venue: from 07 to 13 April Denmark, Germany, Kazakhstan, France, Norway and Hungary for Group A and from 15 to 21 April 2017 Austria, Japan, Ukraine, Slovenia, Italy and Poland for Group B(05 Aug 2016)
|01 May 2022||Hungary - Italy||5-0|
|01 May 2022||Slovenia - Poland||6-1|
|01 May 2022||Ukraine - Austria||12-4|
- Youngest player: Gavryil Simchuk (15 years)
- Oldest player: Kacper Malasinski (18 years)
- Shortest player: Florian Lanzinger (150 cm)
- Tallest player: Anze Siftar (197 cm)
- Nationalities: Austria (23), Hungary (22), Italy (22), Poland (22), Slovenia (22), Ukraine (22)
- Highest win: Ukraine - Austria
- Season average attendance: 231