1995 Bandy World Championship

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1995 Bandy World Championship
XIXth Bandy World Championship
Tournament details
Host country  United States
Dates 29 January – 5 February 1995
Teams 8
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg  Sweden
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg  Russia
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg  Finland
Fourth place  Kazakhstan
Tournament statistics
Matches played 20
1993
1997

The 1995 Bandy World Championship was contested between 8 men's Bandy playing nations. The championship was played at Guidant John Rose Minnesota Oval in Roseville, Minnesota, United States on 29 January - 5 February 1995, so far the only time the men's championship has been played in America. Kazakhstan made its championship debut, whereas the Netherlands on the other hand choose not to take part in the tournament. Sweden became champions.[1]

Group A[edit]

Premier tour[edit]

  • 30 January
Russia - Finland 5 - 4
Sweden - Norway 9 - 1
  • 31 January
Russia - Norway 10 - 2
Finland - Sweden 2 - 3
  • 1 February
Norway - Finland 2 - 2 (6-7 after penalty shoot-out)
Russia - Sweden 6 - 2
Rank Country Pts W T L Bp Bc Diff
1  Russia 6 3 0 0 21 8 +13
2  Sweden 4 2 0 1 14 9 +5
3  Finland 1 0 1 2 8 10 -2
4  Norway 1 0 1 2 5 21 -16

Group B[edit]

Premier tour[edit]

  • 29 January
USA - Canada 4 - 1
  • 30 January
Hungary - Kazakhstan 0 - 27
  • 31 January
Canada - Kazakhstan 2 - 14
USA - Hungary 11 - 3
  • 1 February
Canada - Hungary 4 - 4 (6-4 after penalty shoot-out)
USA - Kazakhstan 1 - 5
Rank Country Pts W T L Bp Bc Diff
1  Kazakhstan 6 3 0 0 46 3 +43
2  United States 4 2 0 1 16 9 +7
3  Canada 1 0 1 2 7 22 -15
4  Hungary 1 0 1 2 7 42 -35

Final Tour[edit]

Match for 7th place[edit]

  • 3 February
Hungary - Canada 1-9

Quarter Finals[edit]

Norway - Kazakhstan 2 - 4
USA - Finland 1 - 6

Match for 5th place[edit]

  • 8 February
Norway - USA 4-1

Semifinals[edit]

  • 8 February
Russia - Kazakhstan 11-3
Sweden - Finland 8-4

Match for 3rd place[edit]

  • 9 February
Finland - Kazakhstan 3-2

Final[edit]

  • 9 February
Sweden - Russia 6-4

References[edit]