Hungary women's national under-18 ice hockey team

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Hungary
Shirt badge/Association crest
Nickname(s) Magyar
Association Hungarian Ice Hockey Federation
Head coach Hungary Tibor Marton
Assistants Hungary Norbert Buzás
Slovakia Zuzana Tomčíková
Captain Vanda Pal
Most games Rebeka Ungár (25)
Top scorer Alexandra Huszák (18)
Most points Alexandra Huszák (27)
IIHF code HUN
Team colors               
First international
 Hungary 10 – 1 China 
(Asiago, Italy; November 29, 2011)
Biggest win
 Hungary 10 – 1 China 
(Asiago, Italy; November 29, 2011)
Biggest defeat

 United States 7 – 0 Hungary 
(Budapest, Hungary; March 24, 2014)

 Germany 7 – 0 Hungary 
(Vaujany, France; January 9, 2015)
IIHF World Women's U18 Championships
Appearances 2 (first in 2013)
Best result 6th (2013)
International record (W–L–T)
13–12–0

The Hungarian women's national under 18 ice hockey team is the national under-18 ice hockey team in Hungary. The team represented Hungary at the International Ice Hockey Federation's 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship - Division I - Qualifications and at the Division I - Final tournament.

World Women's U18 Championship record[edit]

Year GP W L T GF GA Pts Rank
2012 10 10* 0 0 61 14 29 9th place (Promoted to World Championships)
2013 5 1* 4 0 4 16 2 6th place
2014 5 0 5 0 5 25 0 8th place (Relegated to Division I)
2015 5 2 3 0 10 13 6 13th place

*Includes one win in extra time (in the preliminary round)

Team roster[edit]

From the 2012 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship[1][2]

# Name Pos Date of Birth Club
1 Anikó Németh G 6 September 1996 Hungary Ferencváros Budapest
2 Bernadett Németh D 6 September 1996 Hungary Ferencváros Budapest
3 Enikő Tóth D 17 March 1996 Slovakia Šarišanka Prešov
4 Vivien Somogyi F 12 April 1995 Hungary MAC Népstadión Budapest
6 Nóra Kocsondi D 5 March 1994 Hungary MAC Népstadión Budapest
7 Rebeka Ungár F 26 March 1997 Hungary Budapest Stars
8 Luca Bikás F 27 February 1995 United Kingdom Solent
9 Krisztina Krivi F 9 April 1996 Hungary Budapest Stars
10 Tifani Horváthi F 28 May 1996 Hungary Budapest Stars
11 Fanni Gasparics F 20 November 1994 Hungary Budapest Stars
12 Andrea Kiss F 4 December 1996 Hungary MAC Népstadión Budapest
13 Mónika Molnár D 14 February 1995 Hungary Budapest Stars
14 Franciska Kiss-Simon D 7 November 1995 Hungary Budapest Stars
15 Réka Dabasi F 24 December 1996 Hungary MTK Budapest
16 Jekatyerina Maszlova F 11 Juny 1994[clarification needed] Hungary Budapest Stars
17 Dorottya Medgyes F 9 March 1996 Hungary MAC Népstadión Budapest
18 Alexandra Huszák F 18 Juny 1995[clarification needed] Hungary Budapest Stars
20 Viktória Csató G 22 Juny 1995[clarification needed] Hungary Vasas Budapest
21 Lili Pintér F 7 November 1996 Hungary MAC Népstadión Budapest
23 Kata Köles D 20 May 1996 Hungary MAC Népstadión Budapest
24 Kinga Jókai-Szilágyi F 19 August 1997 Hungary Budapest Stars
25 Renáta Poltzer G 16 October 1997 Hungary Dragó Skorpiók Budapest

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