2010 Bandy World Championship

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2010 Bandy World Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Russia
Dates 24–31 January 2010
Teams 11
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
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
Scoring leader(s) Yevgeny Ivanushkin & Pavel Ryazantsev[1]
(14 goals)
2009
2011

The Bandy World Championship for men 2010 was held between 24 and 31 January 2010, in Moscow, Russia. 11 countries participated in the 2010 championships: Finland, Kazakhstan, Norway, Russia, Sweden, the United States (group A) and Canada, Hungary, Latvia, Mongolia and the Netherlands (group B).[2]

The tournament was won by Sweden, beating Russia with 6–5 after sudden death. The standing was 5–5 after full-time and the match winning goal was conceived by Daniel Mossberg, scoring in the 110th minute.[3] This was Sweden's tenth Championship victory in this the XXIXth Bandy World Championship.[4] Russia won silver medals and Finland won bronze medals.[5]

All matches were played in the indoor venue Ice Palace Krylatskoye in Moscow, Russia.

Participating teams[edit]

Division A[edit]

Division B[edit]

Venues[edit]

Moscow
Ice Palace Krylatskoye
Capacity: 8,000
Krylatskoe Sport Palace during 2015 World Short Track Speed Skating Championships.jpg

Division A[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Group stage result
1  Russia (H) 5 5 0 0 64 17 +47 10 Advance to Knockout stage
2  Sweden 5 4 0 1 51 16 +35 8
3  Finland 5 3 0 2 33 32 +1 6
4  Kazakhstan 5 2 0 3 28 39 −11 4
5  Norway 5 1 0 4 22 51 −29 2
6  United States 5 0 0 5 23 73 −50 0 Qualification to Relegation playoffs
Updated to match(es) played on completed. Source:
(H) Host.

24 January 2010
Russia  14–2  Kazakhstan

24 January 2010
Sweden  8–1  Finland

25 January 2010
Norway  3–12  Kazakhstan

25 January 2010
Russia  12–4  Finland

26 January 2010
Kazakhstan  0–12  Sweden

26 January 2010
Russia  12–2  Norway

27 January 2010
Sweden  13–2  Norway

28 January 2010
Norway  5–9  Finland

28 January 2010
Russia  7–4  Sweden

Knockout stage[edit]

 
Semi-finals Final
 
           
 
30 January – Moscow
 
 
 Russia 16
 
31 January – Moscow
 
 Kazakhstan 3
 
 Russia 5(5)
 
30 January – Moscow
 
 Sweden 5(6)
 
 Sweden 9
 
 
 Finland 4
 
Third Place
 
 
31 January – Moscow
 
 
 Kazakhstan 3
 
 
 Finland 4

Semi-finals[edit]

30 January 2010
Sweden  9–4  Finland

30 January 2010
Russia  16–3  Kazakhstan

Third place play-off[edit]

Final[edit]

31 January 2010
Russia  5–6 (sd)  Sweden

Division B[edit]

Preliminary round[edit]

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Group stage result
1  Canada 4 4 0 0 65 6 +59 8 Qualification to Playoffs
2  Latvia 4 2 1 1 21 27 −6 5[a] Advance to Second place play-off
3  Netherlands 4 2 1 1 15 29 −14 5[a]
4  Mongolia 4 0 1 3 11 34 −23 1[b] Advance to Fourth place play-off
5  Hungary 4 0 1 3 16 32 −16 1[b]
Updated to match(es) played on completed. Source:
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Latvia won after-match penalties against Netherlands 3–2.
  2. ^ a b Mongolia won after-match penalties against Hungary 3–2.

24 January 2010
Canada  15–2  Latvia

25 January 2010
Hungary  5–5  Mongolia

26 January 2010
Mongolia  2–18  Canada

27 January 2010
Canada  15–1  Hungary

27 January 2010
Mongolia  1–7  Latvia

28 January 2010
Latvia  7–6  Hungary

Knockout stage[edit]

Fourth place play-off[edit]

30 January 2010
Mongolia  5–5  Hungary
  Penalties  
  1–2

Second place play-off[edit]

Relegation playoffs[edit]

The team that finished last in Division A, the United States, and the winner in Division B, Canada, met in a qualifying match for the vacant seat in next year's WC Division A. The match was won by 9–6 by the USA, thus secured another year in Division A.[6]

References[edit]

  1. ^ http://www.svenskbandy.se/LANDSLAG/HERRLANDSLAGET/Historikochstatistik/VM-skyttekungar/
  2. ^ Official website – games
  3. ^ Swedish Bandy Association Swedish triumph in Moscow after thriller. 19 April 2010. (Swedish)
  4. ^ Radio Sweden Why Sweden won World Cup gold. 31 January 2010.(Swedish)
  5. ^ SINA English Sweden win bandy world championship. 2 February 2010.
  6. ^ USA National Bandy team – USA National Bandy Team's World Championship Journey to Moscow

Source[edit]