2009 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships

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2009 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships
2009 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships Mascot.gif
Tournament details
Host country  CZE
Dates 15–21 March and 9–16 May 2009
Venue(s) (in Eindhoven, Netherlands, and Ostrava, Czech Republic host cities)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  United States (1st title)
2008
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The 5th IPC Ice Sledge Hockey World Championships took place in early 2009. The competition was divided into two tournaments, with Tournament B held from 15 to 21 March in Eindhoven, the Netherlands, and Tournament A held from 9 to 16 May in Ostrava, the Czech Republic. A total of thirteen teams participated; eight in Tournament A and five in Tournament B. The top six teams from Tournament A automatically qualified for the 2010 Winter Paralympics in Vancouver, Canada. The remaining two teams from Tournament A and the top two teams from Tournament B will play in the 2009 IPC Ice Sledge Hockey Paralympic Qualifier to determine who will take the remaining two Paralympic slots.

Final rankings[edit]

Gold Silver Bronze 4th 5th 6th 7th 8th
 United States
Mike Blabac
Steve Cash
Jimmy Connelly
Mike Hallman
Lonnie Hannah
Chris Manns
Kip St. Germain
Brad Emmerson
Taylor Chace
Tim Jones
Taylor Lipsett
Adam Page
Greg Shaw
Bubba Torres
Andy Yohe
 Norway
Kissinger Deng
Roger Johansen
Eskil Hagen
Tommy Rovelstad
Stig Tore Svee
Ole Bjarte Austvoll
Audun Bakke
Helge Bjørnstad
Loyd Remi Johansen
Knut Andre Nordstoga
Rolf Einar Pedersen
Kjell Vidar Røyne
Larsen Trygve
Morten Værnes
 Canada
Paul Rosen
Benoit St-Amand
Adam Dixon
Raymond Grassi
Jean Labonté
Mark Noot
Bradley Bowden
Billy Bridges
Matthew Cook
Marc Dirion
Hévre Lord
Shawn Mathenson
Graeme Murray
Todd Nicholson
Greg Westlake
 Japan
Shinobu Fukushima
Mitsuru Nagase
Takayuki Endo
Naohiko Ishida
Eiji Misawa
Satoru Sudo
Mikio Annaka
Noritaka Ito
Makoto Majima
Toshiyuki Nakamura
Kazuhiro Takahashi
Daisuke Uehara
Atsuya Yaguchi
Mamoru Yoshikawa
 Czech Republic
Jan Matoušek
Michal Vápenka
Miroslav Hrbek
Zdeněk Klíma
Pavel Kubeš
Tomáš Kvoch
Jiří Berger
Erik Fojtík
Michal Geier
Zdeněk Hábl
Zdeněk Krupička
David Palát
Jiří Raul
Zdeněk Šafránek
 Italy
Rupert Kanestrin
Santino Stillitano
Bruno Balossetti
Gianluca Cavaliere
Giuseppe Condello
Valerio Corvino
Ambrogio Magistrelli
Giovanni Colaone
Andrea Chiarotti
Gregory Leperdi
Florian Planker
Gianluigi Rosa
Werner Winkler
 South Korea
Choi Hyuk Jun
Jung Young Hoon
Hong Jae Hwa
Lee Jong Kyung
Han Min Su
Lee Yong Min
Cho Young Jae
Cho Byeong Seok
Kim Dea Jung
Lee Hae Man
Jang Jong Ho
Park Sang Hyun
Sa Seong Keun
Jung Seung Hwan
Park Woo Chul
 Germany
Rolf Rabe
Lars Uhlemann
Matthias Koch
Marco Lars
Robert Pabst
Jörg Wedde
Christoph Appelkamp
Gerd Bleidorn
Sebastien Disveld
Torsten Ellmer
Marc Müller
Christian Pilz
Frank Rennhack
Udo Segreff
Sven Stumpe

A Tournament[edit]

The A Tournament was held between the eight top-ranked national teams: Canada, the Czech Republic, Germany, Italy, Japan, Korea, Norway, and the United States. The tournament was further divided into two groups of four teams each.

B Tournament[edit]

The B Tournament was held between five lower-ranked national teams: Estonia, Great Britain, the Netherlands, Poland, and Sweden.

Final ranking[edit]

Rank Nation
1  Estonia
2  Sweden
3  Poland

Preliminary round[edit]

Standings[edit]

Rank Team Games Played Wins Losses Goals For Goals Against Goal Difference
 1  Sweden 4 4 0 19 2 +17
 2  Estonia 4 3 1 23 5 +18
 3  Poland 4 2 2 18 7 +11
 4  United Kingdom 4 1 3 9 34 -25
 5  Netherlands 4 0 4 2 23 -21

Schedule[edit]

15 March 2009  United Kingdom 8 – 2
 Netherlands Eindhoven Icestadium
15 March 2009  Sweden 3 – 1
 Poland Eindhoven Icestadium
16 March 2009  Sweden 3 – 1
 Estonia Eindhoven Icestadium
16 March 2009  Poland 10 – 1
 United Kingdom Eindhoven Icestadium
17 March 2009  Estonia 12 – 0
 United Kingdom Eindhoven Icestadium
17 March 2009  Poland 5 – 0
 Netherlands Eindhoven Icestadium
19 March 2009  Sweden 10 – 0
 United Kingdom Eindhoven Icestadium
19 March 2009  Estonia 7 – 0
 Netherlands Eindhoven Icestadium
20 March 2009  Sweden 3 – 0
(2–0, 0–0, 1–0)
 Netherlands Eindhoven Icestadium
20 March 2009  Estonia 3 – 2
 Poland Eindhoven Icestadium


Final round[edit]

3rd place playoff
21 March 2009  Poland 5 – 1
 United Kingdom Eindhoven Icestadium
1st place playoff
21 March 2009  Estonia 1 – 0
 Sweden Eindhoven Icestadium

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