Switzerland men's national junior ice hockey team
|General Manager||Raeto Raffainer|
|Head coach||Christian Wohlwend|
|Assistants|| Corsin Camichel
|Most points||Peter Jaks (19)|
| Soviet Union 18 – 1 Switzerland
(Cornwall, Ontario, Canada; 22 December 1977)
| Switzerland 20 – 7 Austria
(Sapporo, Japan; 24 March 1985)
| Finland 19 – 1 Switzerland
(Helsinki, Finland; 27 December 1979)
|IIHF World U20 Championship|
|Appearances||39 (first in 1978)|
|International record (W–L–T)|
The Switzerland men's national under 20 ice hockey team is the national under-20 ice hockey team of Switzerland. The team is controlled by the Schweizerischer Eishockeyverband, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation.
Switzerland played its first game in 1977 against the Soviet Union during the 1978 IIHF World U20 Championship. Switzerland lost the game 1–18 and finished last in the tournament and were relegated to the Pool B tournament for the following year. After winning the 1979 Pool B tournament of the 1979 IIHF World U20 Championship they were promoted back to the top Pool A championship. During the 1980 IIHF World U20 Championship Switzerland suffered their worst defeat in international participation after being beaten by Finland 1–19. Switzerland went on to finish last in the tournament and were relegated back to Pool B for the following year. Switzerland continued to move between the top division and the Pool B tournament. During the Pool B tournament of the 1985 IIHF World U20 Championship Switzerland achieved their largest win in international participation when they defeated Austria 20–7. In 1998 Switzerland won their first medal at the World U20 Championships after finishing in third at the 1998 IIHF World U20 Championship by defeating the Czech Republic in the bronze medal game. In 2008 Switzerland finished ninth and were relegated to Division I for the following year. This was the first time in a lower division since competing in the 1995 Pool B tournament. They returned to the top division for 2010 after winning their 2009 Division I Group A tournament. At the 2012 IIHF World U20 Championship being held in Alberta, Canada Switzerland finished in eight place.
|#||Name||Pos||Date of Birth||Club|
|2||Burren, YanikYanik Burren||D||28 January 1997||SC Bern|
|23||Diem, DominikDominik Diem||F||25 January 1997||GCK Lions|
|22||Eggenberger, NandoNando Eggenberger||F||7 October 1999||HC Davos|
|24||Gerber, ColinColin Gerber||D||14 March 1998||SC Bern|
|7||Gross, NicoNico Gross||D||26 January 2000||EV Zug|
|21||Haberstich, FabianFabian Haberstich||F||7 January 1997||EV Zug|
|26||Haussener, TimoTimo Haussener||F||9 April 1997||EV Zug|
|18||Hischier, NicoNico Hischier||F||4 January 1999||Halifax Mooseheads|
|16||In Albon, LoicLoic In Albon||F||6 August 1997||Lausanne HC|
|4||Karrer, RogerRoger Karrer||D||21 January 1997||ZSC Lions|
|15||Marchon, NathanNathan Marchon||F||17 February 1997||HC Fribourg-Gottéron|
|11||Miranda, MarcoMarco Miranda||F||2 June 1998||GCK Lions|
|8||Portmann, JeromeJerome Portmann||F||24 January 1997||HC Davos|
|17||Prassl, RaphaelRaphael Prassl||F||23 November 1997||GCK Lions|
|9||Riat, DamienDamien Riat||F||26 February 1997||Genève-Servette HC|
|1||Ritz, MatteoMatteo Ritz||G||24 March 1998||Lausanne HC|
|25||Siegenthaler, JonasJonas Siegenthaler||D||6 May 1997||ZSC Lions|
|5||Stadler, LivioLivio Stadler||D||26 March 1998||Luleå HF|
|12||Thurkauf, CalvinCalvin Thurkauf||F||27 June 1997||Kelowna Rockets|
|30||van Pottelberghie, JorenJoren van Pottelberghie||G||5 June 1997||HC Davos|
|10||Weber, SergeSerge Weber||D||29 May 1997||EHC Kloten|
|29||Wutrih, PhilipPhilip Wutrih||G||17 January 1998||SC Bern|
|19||Zehnder, YannickYannick Zehnder||F||29 December 1997||EV Zug|
- Switzerland men's national ice hockey team
- Switzerland women's national ice hockey team
- Switzerland women's national under-18 ice hockey team
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- Swiss Ice Hockey (German)