Estonian Ice Hockey Association

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Estonia
Association crest
Association name Eesti Jäähoki Liit
IIHF Code EST
IIHF membership February 17, 1935
President Priit Vilba
IIHF men's ranking 23
IIHF women's ranking 32
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The Estonian Ice Hockey Association (Estonian: Eesti Jäähoki Liit) is the national governing body of ice hockey in Estonia. Estonian membership in the International Ice Hockey Federation dated back to the 1930s, which had expired after the annexation of these countries by the Soviet Union in 1940 and 1945 respectively, was renewed after their sovereignty was re-established in the 1990s.[1]

Professional teams[edit]

  1. Tartu Kalev-Välk
  2. TKK Tallinn
  3. Kohtla-Järve Viru Sputnik

Amateur teams[edit]

Amateur teams in Estonia are part of the "Independent Ice Hockey League" (HHL).

HHL I GRUPP
  1. Elioni SK/Ericsson Tallinn
  2. HK Tiigrid Tallinn
  3. HC Magic Wings Tallinn
  4. HC Unistars Tallinn
  5. HK Tornaado Tallinn
HHL II GRUPP
  1. HK Legion Tallinn
  2. Saku Hokiklubi
  3. HK Mark Winner Tallinn
  4. Elioni SK Tallinn
  5. SK Hansa Tallinn
  6. HK Kehra Snaipers
  7. HC Total Tallinn
HHL III GRUPP
  1. SK Monstera Tallinn
  2. HK Purikad Tallinn
  3. HK Volume Design Tallinn
  4. HK Rimi Tallinn
  5. HK Štorm Tallinn
  6. Saku Hokiklubi II
  7. HK Kurase Hülged

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "History of Ice Hockey: 1990 - today". International Ice Hockey Federation. Archived from the original on 2007-09-30. Retrieved 2007-07-25. 

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