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Hello, this issue has already been discussed to death. A few years ago, we used to list every nation seperately, including the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia. Then, in 2008, Russia won the gold medal. Suddenly, users realized that when combined with the Soviet Union, this put them ahead of Canada, so there was a big edit war and discussion. There was another one the following year, here (although the discussion mainly focuses on Russia, it applies to the Czech Republic too). It was decided that since the IIHF officially recognizes the Russia and the Czech Republic as the sole successors to the Soviet Union and Czechoslovakia and considers them one and the same we should as well. Yes, it really makes no sense to combine the totals of teams made up of different nations with one successor, but that is how the IIHF does it. -- Scorpion0422 19:31, 14 May 2011 (UTC)
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