United States men's national inline hockey team

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United States
Nickname(s) Team U.S.A.
Association USA Hockey (IIHF)
USA Roller Sports (FIRS)
FIRS code USA
Team colors               
FIRS World Championship
Appearances 18 (first in 1995)
Best result Gold medal.svg Gold: 14 – 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 2000, 2001, 2003, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009, 2010, 2012
Silver medal.svg Silver: 2 – 1999, 2002
Bronze medal.svg Bronze: 1 – 2011
United States men's national inline hockey team
Medal record
Men's IIHF InLine World Championship
Gold 1996 - Minneapolis Top Division
Gold 1997 - Anaheim Top Division
Silver 1998 - Anaheim Top Division
Bronze 2000 - Hradec Kralové Top Division
Silver 2001 - Ellenton Top Division
Bronze 2003 - Nürnberg Top Division
Gold 2004 - Bad Tolz Top Division
Bronze 2005 - Kuopio Top Division
Gold 2006 - Budapest Top Division
Silver 2009 - Ingolstadt Top Division
Gold 2010 - Karlstad Top Division
Silver 2011 Pardubice Top Division
Gold 2013 Dresden Top Division
FIRS World Championship
Gold 1995 USA Senior Men's
Gold 1996 Italy Senior Men's
Gold 1997 Austria Senior Men's
Gold 1998 Canada Senior Men's
Silver 1999 Switzerland Senior Men's
Gold 2000 France Senior Men's
Gold 2001 Spain Senior Men's
Silver 2002 USA Senior Men's
Gold 2003 Czech Republic Senior Men's
Gold 2004 Canada Senior Men's
Gold 2005 France Senior Men's
Gold 2006 USA Senior Men's
Gold 2008 Germany Senior Men's
Gold 2009 Italy Senior Men's
Gold 2010 Czech Republic Senior Men's
Bronze 2011 Italy Senior Men's
Gold 2012 Colombia Senior Men's

The United States men's national inline hockey team is based in Colorado Springs, Colorado. The team that competes in the IIHF InLine Hockey World Championships is controlled by USA Hockey, while the team that competes in the FIRS Senior Men's Inline Hockey World Championships is controlled by USA Roller Sports. The United States has won 6 of 18 IIHF gold medals and 14 of 18 FIRS gold medals at world championships.

Roster[edit]

As of 2013 IIHF InLine Hockey World Championships. [1]

Goalies
# Player Catches Height Weight DOB Team Birthplace
30 Jerry Kuhn III L 5' 10" 187 lbs. Mar. 20, 1986 United States Alkali RPD Southgate, Michigan
1 Nick Maricic R 6' 2" 209 lbs. Jan. 20, 1990 United States Mission AKS Alta Loma, California
Defensemen
# Player Shoots Height Weight DOB Team Birthplace
27 Robert Alexander R 5' 10" 165 lbs. Sep. 14, 1988 United States Alkali RPD Mission Viejo, California
3 Nielsson Archibal R 5' 9" 181 lbs. May 10, 1988 United States Bauer NextGen Carlsbad, California
25 Cody Kettler R 5' 8" 165 lbs. May 10, 1992 United States Alkali RPD St. Louis, Missouri
6 Rafael Rodriguez L 6' 1" 181 lbs. Aug. 21, 1986 United States Breakaway Bullies Oceanside, California
14 Greg Thompson R 6' 1" 194 lbs. Aug. 14, 1984 United States Mission Labeda Snipers Bayport, New York
5 Jamie Yoder L 6' 0" 205 lbs. Sep. 15, 1977 United States Tour Mudcats Colorado Springs, Colorado
9 C.J. Yoder R 6' 1" 194 lbs. Jul. 17, 1975 United States Tour Mudcats Hershey, Pennsylvania
Forwards
# Player Shoots Height Weight DOB Team Birthplace
7 Junior Cadiz R 5' 7" 174 lbs. Dec. 19, 1988 United States Pama Cyclones Los Angeles, California
12 Pat Cannone R 6' 0" 194 lbs. Aug. 9, 1986 United States Mission Labeda Snipers Bayport, New York
26 Dakota Eveland L 5' 10" 181 lbs. Sep. 2, 1981 United States Bauer NextGen Anaheim, California
19 Travis Noe R 6' 3" 190 lbs. Nov. 3, 1989 United States Alkali RPD Thousand Oaks, California
28 Kyle Novak L 5' 10" 185 lbs. Oct. 13, 1992 United States Alkali RPD O'Fallon, Missouri
17 Matt White R 5' 10" 194 lbs. Aug. 23, 1989 United States Bauer NextGen Whittier, California

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