Bosnia and Herzegovina national ice hockey team

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Bosnia and Herzegovina
Nickname(s) Zmajevi
Association Bosnia and Herzegovina Ice Hockey Federation
General Manager Adnan Mrkva
Head coach Anthony London
Assistants Kevin Auerbach, Will Richard
Captain Mirzet Hodžić
Home stadium Olympic Hall Juan Antonio Samaranch
IIHF code BIH
IIHF ranking unranked
Highest IIHF ranking 47 (2008–February 2010)
Lowest IIHF ranking 48 (2010–2011)
Team colors Blue & Yellow
Bosnia and Herzegovina national ice hockey team Home & Away Jerseys.png
First international
 Greece 10 - 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina 
(Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 15 February 2008)
Biggest win
 Bosnia and Herzegovina 6 - 4 Turkey 
(Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 9 February 2014)
[1]
Biggest defeat
 Greece 10 - 1 Bosnia and Herzegovina 
(Sarajevo, Bosnia and Herzegovina; 15 February 2008)
International record (W–L–T)
2-2-0

The Bosnia and Herzegovinan national ice hockey team is the national ice hockey team of Bosnia and Herzegovina and a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation through the Bosnia and Herzegovina Ice Hockey Federation.

Roster[edit]

On 8 and 9 February 2014, Bosnia & Herzegovina played two games against the Turkish national team in Sarajevo.[2]

Goaltenders[edit]

  • Haris Bečirbegović (21 June 1991)
  • Dino Pašović (8 February 1986)
  • Edis Pribišić (5 March 1988)

Defencemen[edit]

  • Mirza Hadžić (14 February 1994)
  • Amar Hadžihasanović (26 February 1994)
  • Kenan Korjenić (25 April 1994)
  • Boris Ljevak (23 November 1993)
  • Igor Ljevak (9 March 1991) (A)
  • Anthony London (17 July 1971)
  • Admir Pilav' 3 July 1987' (A)
  • Denis Tiro (16 December 1991)

Forwards[edit]

  • Tarik Ćatović (10 May 1994)
  • Dino Čordalija (8 February 1991)
  • Omar Halilović (28 June 1975)
  • Kemal Haseta (4 November 1992)
  • Ermin Hasović (6 August 1989)
  • Mirzet Hodžić (24 August 1989)'(C)'
  • Amar Lemeš (1 December 1989)
  • Nermin Logo (1 March 1990)
  • Haris Mrkva (18 February 1996)
  • Damir Nikulin (5 September 1995)
  • Mirza Omer (7 February 1995)
  • Dubravko Posavec (19 July 1983) (A)
  • Matthew Salvati
  • Armen Velić (17 February 1990)

Leadership[edit]

  • General Manager : Adnan Mrkva (19 March 1971)
  • Head Coach : Anthony London (17 July 1971).

All-time record against other nations[edit]

Team GP W T L GF GA
 Greece 1 0 0 1 1 10
 Armenia 1 1 0 0 5 0
 Turkey 2 1 0 1 8 11

Note: Bosnia and Herzegovina was awarded a 5-0 victory over Armenia in the 2008 IIHF World Championship Division III Qualification after Armenia forfeited the game due to player eligibility issues. The score of the game was originally an 18-1 for Armenia.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Ivanković, Vicko (17 February 2014). "Bosnia is back!". eurohockey.com. Retrieved 23 November 2014. 
  2. ^ "HOKEJAŠKI ZMAJEVI PRED VEČERAŠNJI MEČ U ZETRI: MI SMO LJEPŠA STRANA GRADA I DRŽAVE". reprezentacija.ba. 2014-01-18. (Bosnian)

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