1996 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships

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1996 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships
Tournament details
Host country  Sweden
Dates March – March, 1996
Teams 6
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Sweden
Scoring leader(s) Sweden Jan Edbom (18 goals)
Sweden Göran Karlsson (9 goals)
Sweden Jens Kask (7 goals)
MVP Sweden Jan Edbom (27 points)
2000

The first IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships was held March, 1996 Nynäshamn, Sweden. Participating countries: Canada, Estonia, Japan, Norway, Sweden and USA. Japan made its debut at the World Championship.

Final Rankings[edit]

( Rosters are not yet complete )

Gold: Silver: Bronze: 4th: 5th 6th
 Sweden
Jan Edbom
Bengt-Gösta Johansson
Kenth Jonsson
Marcus Nordstrom
Göran Karlsson
Jens Kask
Leif Norgren
Mats Nyman
Leif Wahlstedt
 Norway
Helge Bjørnstad
Knut Erling Granaas
Eskil Hagen
Atle Haglund
Kjetil Korbu Nilsen
Rolf Öjen
Rolf Einar Pedersen
Erik Sandbraaten
Morten Syversen
 Canada
Yves Carrier
Dean Delaurier
Dave Eamer
Angelo Gavillucci
Pat Griffin
Jean Labonté
John May
Dean Mellway
Lou Mulvihill
Ken Schneider
Brian Swan
Dany Verner
 Estonia
Viktor Artemjev
Aleksander Jarlõkov
Kaido Kalm
Viktor Karlenko
Jüri Tammleht
Maksim Vedernikov
Leonid Zubov
 United States
Dave Conklin
Manuel Guerra Jr.
Dan Henderson
William Michael Kult
Wayne Chuck Lindsey
Kip St.Germaine
Thomas F McNally
Joseph M Wilson
 Japan
Tadanobu Go
Naohiko Ishida
Kanichi Naito
Toshifumi Takeuchi
Atsuya Yaguchi
Mamoru Yoshikawa

Tournament[edit]

Tournament summary[edit]

Rank Team  SWE  CAN  NOR  EST  USA  JPN Played Wins Ties Losses GF GA Points
1  Sweden   1-1 4-1 4-1 11-0 21-0 5 4 1 0 41 3 9
2  Canada 1-1   1-1 3-0 5-0 10-0 5 3 2 0 20 2 8
3  Norway 1-4 1-1   4-1 2-0 15-0 5 3 1 1 23 6 7
4  Estonia 1-4 0-3 1-4   5-1 8-1 5 2 0 3 15 13 4
5  United States 0-11 0-5 0-2 1-5   3-0 5 1 0 4 4 23 2
6  Japan 0-21 0-10 0-15 1-8 0-3   5 0 0 5 1 57 0

 Sweden 11 - 1  United States

  • ( SWE: Jan Edbom 5, Göran Karlsson 2, Leif Wahlstedt 2, Mats Nyman 1, Jens Kask 1 USA: Wayne C Lindsey 1 )

 Norway 15 - 0  Japan

  • ( NOR: Atle Haglund 5, Rolf Einar Pedersen 3, Eskil Hagen 1, Kjetl Korbu Nielsen 1, Helge Björnstad 1, Rolf Öjen 1, Morten Syversen 1 )

 Sweden 21 - 0  Japan

  • ( SWE: Jan Edbom 8, Mats Nyman 4, Göran Karlsson 4, Jens Kask 3, Bengt-Gösta Johansson 2 )

 United States 0 - 5  Canada

  • ( CAN: John May 2, Dean Mellway 2, Lou Mulvihill 1 )

 Norway 11 - 0  United States

  • ( NOR: Helge Björnstad 4, Eskil Hagen 2, Rolf Einar Pedersen 2, Atle Haglund 1, Erik Sandbraaten 1, Morten Syversen 1 )

 Sweden 4 - 1  Estonia

  • ( SWE: Mats Nyman 3, Jan Edbom 1 EST: Viktor Karlenko 1 )

 Norway 4 - 1  Estonia

  • ( NOR: Helge Björnstad 3, Eskil Hagen 1 EST: Viktor Artemjev 1 )

 Canada 10 - 0  Japan

  • ( CAN: Dean Mellway 3, Dave Earner 2, Pat Griffin 1, Jean Labonté 1, Angelo Gavilluci 1, John May 1 )

 Canada 1 - 1  Norway

  • ( CAN: Lou Mulvihill 1 NOR: Helge Björnstad 1 )

 Estonia 8 - 1  Japan

  • ( EST: Jün Tammleht 3, Kaido Kalm 2, Viktor Karlenko 2, Viktor Artemjev 1 JPN: Mamoru Yoshikawa 1 )

 Japan 0 - 3  United States

  • ( USA: Wayne Chuck Lindsey 1, Thomas F Mc Nally 1, Joseph M Wilson 1 )

 Canada 3 - 0  Estonia

  • ( CAN: Dean Mellway 2, Jean Labonté 1 )

 Sweden 4 - 1  Norway

  • ( SWE: Jan Edbom 2, Mats Nyman 1, Jens Kask 1 NOR: Kjetil Korbu Nielsen 1 )

 Estonia 5 - 1  United States

  • ( EST: Jüri Tammeleht 2, Kaido Kalm 1, Leonid Zubov 1, Viktor Karlenko 1 USA: William Michael Kult 1 )

 Sweden 1 - 1  Canada

  • ( SWE: Jocke Larsson 1 CAN: Dean Mellway 1 )

Semifinals[edit]

 Sweden 7 - 1  Estonia

  • ( SWE: Jens Kask 3, Jan Edbom 2, Bengt-Gösta Johansson 1, Jock Larsson 1 EST: Viktor Karlenko 1 )

 Norway 2 - 1  Canada

  • ( NOR: Eskil Hagen 2 CAN: Dean Mellway 1 )

3rd Place Match[edit]

 Canada 3 - 1  Estonia

  • (CAN: Lou Mulvihill 1, Dean Mellway 1, Pat Griffin 1 EST: Jüri Tammleht 1 )

Final[edit]

 Sweden 3 - 2  Norway

  • (SWE: Jan Edbom 2, Göran Karlsson 1 NOR: Atle Haglund 1, Eskil Hagen 1 )

1996 World All Star Team[edit]

See also[edit]

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