Ice Hockey European Championships
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The Ice Hockey European Championship was an annual ice hockey tournament for European countries associated to the International Ice Hockey Federation. Independent championship tournaments were organized between 1910 and 1927, and European Championships medals were awarded to the European participants of the World Championships until 1991. There were independent championships again in 1929 and 1932, and no European (or World) Champion awarded in the olympic years 1980, 1984, and 1988.
|1910||Great Britain||Germany||Belgium||Les Avants, Switzerland|
|No Championships 1915-1920 (World War I)|
|1922||Czechoslovakia||Sweden||Switzerland||St. Moritz, Switzerland|
|1925||Czechoslovakia||Austria||Switzerland||Štrbské Pleso / Starý Smokovec, Czechoslovakia|
- Prague 1912: Championship annulled because Austria was not a member of the IIHF at the time of the competition. (1. Bohemia, 2. Germany, 3. Austria)
- Berlin 1932 was the last separate IIHF European Championship event.
- European Championships medals were awarded to the European participants of the IIHF World Championships until 1991.
European Medalists from combined events
- from 1982 until 1991 only first round games were used for the European rankings.
- in 1972 and 1976 there was a world tournament separate from the olympics.
|2||Bohemia / Czechoslovakia||14||22||16||52|
|6||Germany / West Germany||2||3||7||12|
- "A to Z Encyclopaedia of Ice Hockey". Retrieved 2008-05-19.