Czech Hockey Games

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Czech Hockey Games, previously Kajotbet Hockey Games and Česká Pojišťovna Cup, is an annual ice hockey event held in Czech Republic. It is part of the Euro Hockey Tour.

The tournament started in 1994 as the Pragobanka Cup but with the new sponsor Česká pojišťovna it changed its name in 1998. In 2012 the tournament name was changed for two seasons as Kajotbet took over the sponsoring. In the 1997–98 season, the tournament joined the Euro Hockey Tour and the Slovak national team was replaced with the Finnish national team.

From its start in 1994 until 2009, the tournament was always played between August and September; however, from 2011, with the exception of the August 2013 tournament, it's played in April every year, except for Winter Olympics years, when the tournament is instead played in September the same year as the last tournament.

Until 2003 the tournament was played in Zlín at AC ZPS Zlín's (nowadays HC Zlín) home arena. It then moved to the Duhová Aréna in Pardubice and in 2005 to the Tipsport Arena in Liberec, northern Bohemia.

Czech Hockey Games winners[edit]

Year Winner Runner-up 3rd place
2013 (August)  Finland  Russia  Sweden
2013 (April)  Sweden  Russia  Czech Republic
2012  Finland  Czech Republic  Russia
2011  Czech Republic  Russia  Finland
2009 (September)  Czech Republic  Russia  Finland
2009 (April)  Russia  Czech Republic  Finland
2008  Russia  Czech Republic  Finland
2007 No tournament held
2006  Russia  Finland  Sweden
2005  Sweden  Russia  Czech Republic
2004 No tournament held due to the World Cup of Hockey
2003  Finland  Sweden  Russia
2002  Russia  Czech Republic  Sweden
2001  Finland  Russia  Sweden
2000  Finland  Sweden  Czech Republic
1999  Czech Republic  Finland  Sweden
1998  Sweden  Finland  Czech Republic
1997  Czech Republic  Finland  Russia
19961  Finland  Sweden  Czech Republic
1995  Czech Republic  Sweden  Slovakia
1994  Czech Republic  Russia  Sweden
1 Only Czech Republic, Sweden and Finland participated.

Winner, runner-up and third place is determined by total standing after a round-robin style of play. If teams are tied in points, the standing is determined by won games between the tied teams.

Statistics[edit]

Medal count[edit]

Pos Team Gold Silver Bronze Total
1  Czech Republic 6 4 5 15
2  Finland 6 4 4 14
3  Russia 4 7 3 14
4  Sweden 3 4 6 13
5  Slovakia 0 0 1 1

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