Ice hockey at the 1968 Winter Olympics

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Ice hockey at the 1968 Winter Olympics
Tournament details
Host country  France
Dates 6–17 February
Teams 14
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Soviet Union (3rd title)
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg  Czechoslovakia
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg  Canada
Fourth place  Sweden
Tournament statistics
Matches played 43
Goals scored 316 (7.35 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Soviet Union Anatoli Firsov 16 points

At the 1968 Winter Olympics held in Grenoble, France, one ice hockey event was held: men's ice hockey. This tournament also counted as IIHF World Championship and IIHF European Championship. Games were held at the Palais des Sports. The Soviet Union won their third Olympic, eighth World, and twelfth European title. Czechoslovakia settled for Silver, followed by Canada taking the Bronze. For the first (and only) time, not all qualifiers were given the opportunity to play for medals, as the lowest two ranked qualifiers (Japan and Austria), together with the host France were placed directly into the Consolation Group. Poland and Italy qualified but declined to participate.[1][2]

Highlights[edit]

This was the last IIHF tournament where three titles (Olympic, World and European) were contested. East Germany participated for the first and only time in these games and played its final game with rival West Germany. The West prevailed 4-2.[3] Finland pulled off an historic first, defeating Canada in the second day of competition.[3]

In their penultimate match of the tournament, the USSR team lost to the Czechoslovakian team, which gave a tie-breaking advantage to the latter as each team had a record of 5 wins, 1 loss (10 points) with one game remaining. Yet the USSR team was also tied with Canada and would play the Canadians for the final game of the tournament. For teams finishing with identical records, it is games between the tied teams that determines placings.[4][3] In their final matches of the tournament, Sweden tied with Czechoslovakia, while the USSR won its game that day against Canada, and the triple championship.

To win the championship, Czechoslovakia needed to win its game against Sweden and for Canada to lose or tie its match with USSR. Had Canada won against USSR and Czechoslovakia won its game over Sweden, Canada would have tied Czechoslovakia with 12 points but prevailed in the tie breaker to win the championship. For the USSR, their loss broke a record tying streak of 39 straight World Championship games without a loss.[1][3][5]

Medalists[edit]

Pos Team
Gold  Soviet Union
Silver  Czechoslovakia
Bronze  Canada

First round[edit]

East Germany East Germany - Norway Norway 3:1 (2:1, 1:0, 0:0)

4. February 1968 - Grenoble
Goalscorers: Joachim Ziesche, Lothar Fuchs, Peter Prusa - Odd Syversen.

Finland Finland - Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 11:2 (3:0, 6:0, 2:2)

4. February 1968 - Grenoble
Goalscorers: Lasse Oksanen 2, Esa Peltonen 2, Matti Reunamаki 2, Juhani Wahlsten, Veli-Pekka Ketola, Matti Keinonen, Matti Harju, Pekka Leimu - Albin Felc, Franc Smolej.

Germany West Germany - Romania Romania 7:0 (1:0, 3:0, 3:0)

4. February 1968 - Grenoble
Goalscorers: Gustav Hanig 2, Alois Schloder, Ernst Kopf, Otto Schneitberger, Horst Meindl, Heinz Weisenbach.

Finland, East Germany and West Germany qualify for Group A medal round. Romania, Yugoslavia and Norway participate in Group B for 9th-14th place.

World Championship Group A (France)[edit]

Final Round[edit]

First place team wins gold, second silver and third bronze.

Rank Team Pld W L T GF GA Pts
1  Soviet Union 7 6 1 0 48 10 12
2  Czechoslovakia 7 5 1 1 33 17 11
3  Canada 7 5 2 0 28 15 10
4  Sweden 7 4 2 1 23 18 9
5  Finland 7 3 3 1 17 23 7
6  United States 7 2 4 1 23 28 5
7  West Germany 7 1 6 0 13 39 2
8  East Germany 7 0 7 0 13 48 0


Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – United States USA 5:1 (1:1, 2:0, 2:0)

6. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Suchý, Havel, Jiřík, Hejma, Jiří Holík – Volmar.
Referees: Dahlberg, Wiking (SWE)

Soviet Union USSR – Finland Finland 8:0 (3:0, 2:0, 3:0)

6. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Starshinov 2, Mishakov 2, Zimin 2, Firsov, Populanov.
Referees: Bucala, Kořínek (TCH)

Canada Canada – Germany West Germany 6:1 (0:0, 4:1, 2:0)

6. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Bourbonnais 2, Cadieux, Dinnen, Mott, Huck – Kopf.
Referees: Seglin, Snietkov (URS)

Sweden Sweden – United States USA 4:3 (0:0, 4:2, 0:1)

7. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Nilsson, Wickberg, Hedlund, Bengsston – Falkman, Lilyholm, Nanne.
Referees: McEvoy, Kubinec (CAN)

Soviet Union USSR – East Germany East Germany 9:0 (4:0, 2:0, 3:0)

7. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Firsov 3, Vikulov 2, Mishakov, Starshinov, Alexandrov, Zaytsev.
Referees: Wycisk (POL), Johannessen (NOR)

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – Germany West Germany 5:1 (1:0, 2:0, 2:1)

8. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Hrbatý, Golonka, Havel, Hejma, Ševčík – Lax.
Referees: Kubinec, McEvoy (CAN)

Canada Canada – Finland Finland 2:5 (1:2, 0:1, 1:2)

8. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: O’Shea, McMillan – Keinonen, Oksanen, J. Peltonen, Koskela, Wahlsten.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Seglin (URS)

Sweden Sweden – Germany West Germany 5:4 (4:3, 0:0, 1:1)

9. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Svedberg, Lundström, Nordlander, Olsson, Öberg – Kuhn, Hanig, Reif, Kopf.
Referees: Kořínek, Bucala (TCH)

Soviet Union USSR – United States USA 10:2 (6:0, 4:2, 0:0)

9. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Firsov 3, Blinov 2, Populanov 2, Kuzkin, Starshinov, Moyseyev – Ross, Morrison.
Referees: Dahlberg (SWE), Kubinec (CAN)

Canada Canada – East Germany East Germany 11:0 (4:0, 4:0, 3:0)

9. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Mott 4, Huck 2, Hargreaves, O’Shea, Bourbonnais, Monteith, H. Pinder.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Sillankorva (FIN)

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – Finland Finland 4:3 (0:1, 3:0, 1:2)

10. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Nedomanský 2, Golonka, Havel – Keinonen, Ketola, Oksanen.
Referees: Wiking (SWE), Snětkov (URS)

Sweden Sweden – East Germany East Germany 5:2 (1:0, 2:1, 2:1)

10. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Hedlund 2, Wickberg, Lundström, Henriksson – Plotka, Fuchs.
Referees: Seglin (URS), Wycisk (POL)

Canada Canada – United States USA 3:2 (1:2, 0:0, 2:0)

11. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Cadieux 2, Johnston – Pleau, Riutta.
Referees: Snietkov, Seglin (URS)

Soviet Union USSR – Germany West Germany 9:1 (4:1, 4:0, 1:0)

11. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Populanov 2, Alexandrov 2, Ionov, Starshinov, Mayorov, Moyseyev, Firsov – Funk.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Valentin (AUT)

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – East Germany East Germany 10:3 (5:2, 1:0, 4:1)

12. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Horešovský 4, Nedomanský 2, Jiřík, Suchý, Kochta, Ševčík – Karrenbauer, Novy, Peters.
Referees: Dahlberg (SWE), Sillankorva (FIN)

Sweden Sweden – Finland Finland 5:1 (1:0, 2:1, 2:0)

12. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Wickberg 2, Granholm, Nillsson, Bengsston – Oksanen.
Referees: Kubinec (CAN), Kořínek (TCH)

United States USA – Germany West Germany 8:1 (2:1, 4:0, 2:0)

12. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Volmar 2, Ross, Morrison, Nanne, Pleau, Cunnoff, P. Hurley – Funk.
Referees: McEvoy (CAN), Seglin (URS)

Soviet Union USSR – Sweden Sweden 3:2 (1:1, 0:0, 2:1)

13. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Firsov 2, Blinov – Öberg, Svedberg.
Referees: Kubinec (CAN), Kořínek (TCH)

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – Canada Canada 2:3 (0:0, 0:3, 2:0)

13. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Havel, Nedomanský – Huck, Bourbonnais, Cadieux.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Sillankorva (FIN)

East Germany East Germany – Finland Finland 2:3 (1:2, 0:1, 1:0)

14. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: R. Noack, Peters – Harju 2, Keinonen.
Referees: Bucala (TCH), Dahlberg (SWE)

East Germany East Germany – United States USA 4:6 (1:3, 1:1, 2:2)

15. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Fuchs 2, Karrenbauer 2 – Stordahl 2, P. Hurley 2, Volmar, Lilyholm.
Referees: Kubinec (CAN), Seglin (URS)

Sweden Sweden – Canada Canada 0:3 (0:2, 0:0, 0:1)

15. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Johnston, G. Pinder, O‘Shea.
Referees: Sillankorva (FIN), Kořínek (TCH)

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – Soviet Union USSR 5:4 (3:1, 1:1, 1:2)

15. February 1968 - Grenoble
Goal scorers: Ševčík, Hejma, Havel, Golonka, Jiřík – Mayorov 2, Blinov, Populanov.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Dahlberg (SWE)

Finland Finland– Germany West Germany 4:1 (2:1, 1:0, 1:0)

16. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Leimu 2, Ketola, J. Peltonen – Schloder.
Referees: Kořínek, Bucala (TCH)

East Germany East Germany – Germany West Germany 2:4 (0:1, 1:2, 1:1)

17. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Hiller, Fuchs – Funk, Waitl, Hanig, Lax.
Referees: McEvoy (CAN), Kořínek (TCH)

United States USA – Finland Finland 1:1 (1:1, 0:0, 0:0)

17. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Volmar – Wahlsten.
Referees: Kubinec (CAN), Seglin (URS)

Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia – Sweden Sweden 2:2 (1:1, 1:0, 0:1)

17. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Golonka, Hrbatý – Bengtsson, Henriksson.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Sillankorva (FIN)

Soviet Union USSR – Canada Canada 5:0 (1:0, 1:0, 3:0)

17. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goal scorers: Firsov 2, Mishakov, Starshinov, Zimin.
Referees: Trumble (USA), Dahlberg (SWE)

World Championship Group B (France)[edit]

Consolation Round[edit]

Teams in this group play for 9th-14th places.

Rank Team Pld W L T GF GA Pts
9  Yugoslavia 5 5 0 0 33 9 10
10  Japan 5 4 1 0 27 12 8
11  Norway 5 3 2 0 15 15 6
12  Romania 5 2 3 0 22 23 4
13  Austria 5 1 4 0 12 27 2
14  France 5 0 5 0 9 32 0


Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia – Japan Japan 5:1 (2:0, 0:0, 3:1)

7. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Tisler 2, Beravs, Felc, Mlakar – Iwamoto.

Romania Romania – Austria Austria 3:2 (2:1, 1:1, 0:0)

7. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Fagarasi, Calamar, Mois – Schupp, Samonig.

Norway Norway – France France 4:1 (1:1, 2:0, 1:0)

8. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Hagensen, Smefjell, Dalsören, Mikkelsen – Liberman.

France France – Romania Romania 3:7 (0:2, 0:2, 3:3)

9. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Itzicsohn, Mazza, Lacarriere – Iuliu Szabo 2, Florescu 2, Pana, Geza Szabo, Stefan.

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia – Austria Austria 6:0 (2:0, 2:0, 2:0)

9. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Ivo Jan 3, Roman Smolej, Tisler, Klinar.

Japan Japan – Norway Norway 4:0 (2:0, 2:0, 0:0)

10. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Okajima 2, Ebina, Araki.

France France – Austria Austria 2:5 (0:1, 2:3, 0:1)

11. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Faucomprez, Caux – Puschnig 2, Kirchbaumer, St. John, Schupp.

Japan Japan – Romania Romania 5:4 (3:0, 1:3, 1:1)

12. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Hikigi 2, Araki, Itoh, Kudo – Florescu, Pana, Mois, Ionescu.

Norway Norway – Austria Austria 5:4 (3:1, 2:1, 0:2)

12. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Dalsören 2, Bjölbak, Olsen, Hansen – Schupp 2, Weingärtner, St. John.

France France – Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia 1:10 (0:6, 0:1, 1:3)

13. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Itzicsohn – Tisler 3, Ivo Jan 2, Felc 2, Beravs, Roman Smolej, Hiti.

Norway Norway – Romania Romania 4:3 (2:2, 1:1, 1:0)

14. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Bergeid, Olsen, Syversen, Mikkelsen – Pana, Iuliu Szabo, Czaka.

Japan Japan – Austria Austria 11:1 (1:0, 6:0, 4:1)

15. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Itoh 2, Okajima 2, Hikigi 2, Araki, Kudo, Takashima, Toriyabe, Iwamoto – Puschnig.

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia – Romania Romania 9:5 (5:3, 1:1, 3:1)

16. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Roman Smolej 2, Tisler 2, Felc 2, Ivo Jan, Hiti, Jug – Iuliu Szabo 2, Tekei, Florescu, Geza Szabo.

France France – Japan Japan 2:6 (0:0, 0:4, 2:2)

17. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Mazza, Faucomprez – Ebina 2, Hikigi, Itoh, Okajima, Araki.

Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Yugoslavia – Norway Norway 3:2 (1:1, 0:0, 2:1)

17. February 1968 – Grenoble
Goalscorers: Hiti, Franz Smolej, Ivo Jan - Dalsören, Bjölbak.

Leading scorers[edit]

Rk Team GP G A Pts
1 Soviet Union Anatoli Firsov 7 12 4 16
2 Soviet Union Viktor Polupanov 7 6 6 12
2 Soviet Union Viacheslav Starshinov 7 6 6 12
4 Soviet Union Vladimir Vikulov 7 2 10 12
5 Czechoslovakia Jozef Golonka 7 4 6 10
6 Canada Fran Huck 7 4 5 9
7 Czechoslovakia Jan Hrbatý 7 2 7 9
8 Canada Marshall Johnston 7 2 6 8
8 United States Jack Morrison 7 2 6 8
10 Czechoslovakia Václav Nedomanský 7 5 2 7

Leading scorers–Consolation Round[edit]

Rk Team GP G A Pts
1 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Albin Felc 5 5 6 11
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Viktor Tišler 5 8 2 10
2 Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia Ivo Jan 5 6 2 8
4 Japan Takao Hikigi 5 5 3 8
5 Romania Gyula Szabó 5 4 4 8

Final ranking[edit]

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Czechoslovakia
  3.  Canada
  4.  Sweden
  5.  Finland
  6.  United States
  7.  West Germany
  8.  East Germany
  9.  Yugoslavia
  10.  Japan
  11.  Norway
  12.  Romania
  13.  Austria
  14.  France

European Championship final ranking[edit]

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Czechoslovakia
  3.  Sweden
  4.  Finland
  5.  West Germany
  6.  East Germany
  7.  Yugoslavia
  8.  Norway
  9.  Romania
  10.  Austria
  11.  France

Team Rosters[edit]

1. Soviet Union USSR
Goaltenders: Viktor Konovalenko, Viktor Zinger.
Defence: Viktor Blinov, Vitaly Davydov, Viktor Kuzkin, Alexander Ragulin, Oleg Zaytsev, Igor Romishevsky.
Forwards: Anatoly Firsov, Viacheslav Starshinov, Viktor Polupanov, Vladimir Vikulov, Veniamin Alexandrov, Yuri Moiseyev, Yevgeni Mishakov, Yevgeni Zimin, Anatoly Ionov, Boris Mayorov.
Coaches: Arkady Chernyshev, Anatoly Tarasov.

2. Czech Republic CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Goaltenders: Vladimír Nadrchal, Vladimír Dzurilla.
Defence: Josef Horešovský, Jan Suchý, Karel Masopust, František Pospíšil, Oldřich Machač.
Forwards: Jozef Golonka, Jan Hrbatý, Václav Nedomanský, Jan Havel, Jaroslav Jiřík, Josef Černý, František Ševčík, Petr Hejma, Jiří Holík, Jiří Kochta, Jan Klapáč.
Coaches: Jaroslav Pitner, Vladimír Kostka.

3. Canada CANADA
Goaltenders: Ken Broderick, Wayne Stephenson.
Defence: Marshall Johnston, Terry O'Malley, Barry MacKenzie, Brian Glennie, Paul Conlin.
Forwards: Fran Huck, Morris Mott, Ray Cadieux, Roger Bourbonnais, Danny O'Shea, Bill MacMillan, Gary Dineen, Ted Hargreaves, Herb Pinder, Steve Monteith, Gerry Pinder.
Coach: Jackie McLeod.

4. Sweden SWEDEN
Goaltenders: Leif Holmqvist, Hans Dahllöf.
Defence: Arne Carlsson, Nils Johansson, Bert-Olov Nordlander, Lars-Erik Sjöberg, Roland Stoltz, Lennart Svedberg.
Forwards: Folke Bengtsson, Svante Granholm, Henric Hedlund, Leif Henriksson, Tord Lundström, Lars-Göran Nilsson, Roger Olsson, Björn Palmqvist, Håkan Wickberg, Carl-Göran Öberg.
Coach: Arne Strömberg.

5. Finland FINLAND
Goaltenders: Urpo Ylönen, Pentti Koskela.
Defence: Paavo Tirkkonen, Pekka Kuusisto, Ilpo Koskela, Seppo Lindström, Lalli Partinen, Juha Rantasila.
Forwards: Lasse Oksanen, Jorma Peltonen, Veli-Pekka Ketola, Matti Keinonen, Matti Harju, Pekka Leimu, Juhani Wahlsten, Matti Reunamäki, Esa Peltonen.
Coach: Augustin Bubník.

6. United States USA
Goaltenders: Pat Rupp, James Logue.
Defence: Lou Nanne, Bob Paradise, Paul Hurley, Donald Ross, Bruce Riutta, Robert Gaudreau.
Forwards: Herb Brooks, Larry Pleau, John Cunniff, Doug Volmar, Leonard Lilyholm, Craig Falkman, Jack Morrison, Tom Hurley, Larry Stordahl, Jack Dale.
Coach: Murray Williamson.

7. Germany WEST GERMANY
Goaltenders: Josef Schramm, Günther Knauss.
Defence: Leonhard Eaitl, Johannes Schichtl, Rudolf Thanner, Otto Schneitberger, Josef Völk, Heinz Bader.
Forwards: Josef Reif, Ernst Köpf, Bernd Kuhn, Lorenz Funk, Alois Schloder, Gustav Hanig, Horst Meindl, Heinz Weisenbach, Manfred Gmeiner, Peter Lax.
Coach: Ed Riegle.

8. East Germany EAST GERMANY
Goaltenders: Dieter Pürschel, Klaus Hirche.
Defence: Dieter Voigt, Manfred Buder, Helmut Novy, Dieter Kratzch, Wolfgang Plotka, Wilfried, Sock, Ulrich Noack.
Forwards: Bernd Karenbauer, Hartmut Nickel, Lothar Fuchs, Peter Prusa, Joachim Ziesche, Bernd Poindl, Dietmar Peters, Bernd Hiler, Rüdiger Noack.
Coach: Rudi Schmieder.

9. Socialist Federal Republic of Yugoslavia YUGOSLAVIA
Goaltenders: Anton Jože Gale, Rudolf Knez.
Defence: Franc-Rado Razinger, Ivo Jan, Ivan Rataj, Viktor Ravnik, Lado Jug.
Forwards: Franc Smolej, Bogomir Jan, Boris Renaud, Albin Felc, Viktor Tišler, Rudi Hiti, Slavko Beravs, Miroslav Gojanović, Roman Smolej, Janez Mlakar, Ciril Klinar.

10. Japan JAPAN
Goaltenders: Kazudji Morishima, Toshimitsu Otsubo
Defence: Isao Asai, Michihiro Sato, Hisashi Kasai, Toru Itabashi, Takaaki Kaneiri, Kendji Toriyanbe.
Forwards: Mamoru Takashima, Kimihisa Kudo, Kodji Iwamoto, Takao Hikigi, Toru Okadjima, Minoru Ito, Takeshi Akiba, Yutaka Ebina, Kazuo Matsuda, Nobuhiro Araki.

11. Norway NORWAY
Goaltenders: Kare Östensen, Morten Brathen
Defence: Svein Hansen, Thor Martinsen, Terje Steen, Odd Syversen
Forwards: Tor Gundersen, Christian Petersen, Per Skjaerwen Olsen, Georg Smefjell, Olav Dalsören, Arne Mikkelsen, Steinar Bjölbakk, Svein Haagensen, Terje Thoen, Björn Johansen, Rodney Riise, Trygve Bergeid

12. Romania ROMANIA
Goaltenders: Constantin Dumitras, Mihai Stoiculescu
Defence: Ion Stefan Ionescu, Zoltan Czaka, Dezideriu Varga, Zoltan Fogaras, Razvan Schiau
Forwards: Geza Szabo, Iulian Florescu, Alexandru Kalamar, Gyula Szabo, Eduard Pana, Ion Gheorghiu, Stefan Texe, Ion Basa, Aurel Mois, Valentin Stefanov

13. Austria AUSTRIA
Goaltenders: Franz Schilcher, Karl Pregl
Defence: Gerd Schager, Gerhard Felfernig, Josef Mössmer, Hermann Erhard, Gerhard Hausner
Forwards: Dieter Kalt, Adelbert St. John, Josef Puschnig, Josef Schwitzer, Heinz Schupp, Walter König, Heinz Knoflach, Klaus Weingartner, Klaus Kirchbaumer, Günter Burkhart, Paul Samonig

14. France FRANCE
Goaltenders: Jean-Claude Sozzi, Bernard Deschamps
Defence: Joel Godeau, Claude Blanchard, Philippe Lacarriere, René Blanchard, Joel Gauvin
Forwards: Bernard Cabanis, Gerard Faucomprez, Alain Mazza, Olivier Prechac, Gilbert Lepre, Patrick Pourtanel, Michel Caux, Gilbert Itzicsohn, Daniel Grando, Patrick Francheterre, Charles Liberman.

IIHF Awards[edit]

Best Goaltender Canada Ken Broderick
Best Defenceman Czechoslovakia Josef Horešovský
Best Forward Soviet Union Anatoli Firsov

Citations[edit]

  1. ^ a b Duplacey p. 505
  2. ^ 1967 summary that notes qualifiers
  3. ^ a b c d Olympic summary
  4. ^ Podneiks p. 110
  5. ^ Wallechinsky p. 614

References[edit]