Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine
|Association name||Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine|
|Founded||February 20, 1992|
|IIHF membership||May 6, 1992|
|IIHF men's ranking||19|
The Ice Hockey Federation of Ukraine (Ukrainian: Федерація хокею України, Federatsiya khokeyu Ukrayiny (FHU) is the official governing body for ice hockey in Ukraine. It became a member national association of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) on May 6, 1992.
The Federation oversees domestic ice hockey competitions as well as national teams. Its first president was Anatoli Khorozov
- Ukrainian Hockey Championship
- Professional Hockey League, a failed attempt of establishing a self-governing professional competition among men's ice hockey clubs
- Extra competitions, beside of regular format competitions the federation organized several other competitions: 2007 Ukrainian Cup, 2008 Ukrainian Federation Cup, and 2010 Ukrainian Federation Cup
- Amateur competitions (Western Ukrainian Amateur Hockey League, others)
Professional hockey clubs
- HC Dynamo (Kharkiv), a Soviet team out of Kharkiv
- Sokil Kiev
- HC Berkut-Kiev, initially a farm team of Sokil Kiev
- hockey team of the School of Higher Sport Master (Kiev)
- 1992-1997 Anatoliy Khorozov
- 1997-2006 Oleksandr Omelchenko
- 2006-present Anatoliy Brezvin
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- "Ukrainian hockey making comeback". KyivPost.com. 2012-10-04. Retrieved 2016-10-18.
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