Uzbekistan national ice hockey team
| Latvian SSR 5–4 Uzbek SSR
(Pervouralsk, Soviet Union; 12 March 1978)
| Uzbek SSR 6–1 Lithuanian SSR
(Pervouralsk, Soviet Union; 14 March 1978)
| Latvian SSR 9–1 Uzbek SSR
(Norilsk, Soviet Union; 26 February 1982)
|International record (W–L–T)|
Uzbekistan, representing the Uzbek Soviet Socialist Republic, played its first game in 1978 during the Winter Spartakiad which was held in Pervouralsk, USSR. The team played in six games against other regions and republics of the Soviet Union. Uzbekistan lost their games against Leningrad, Tatar ASSR, Kuibyshev Region, Latvian SSR and Bashkir ASSR, but won their game against the Lithuanian SSR 6–1, which is also their largest recorded victory against another international team. In 1982 Uzbekistan competed in their second Winter Spartakiad being held in Norilsk, USSR. The team again competed in six games, again winning only one game against the Lithuanian SSR. They lost their other five games against Moscow, Chelyabinsk Oblast, Kuibyshev Region, Estonian SSR and Latvian SSR. Their game against the Latvian SSR was recorded as their largest loss against another international team. Uzbekistan competed in their last competition during the 1986 Winter Spartakiad being held in Krasnoyarsk, USSR. The team competed in three games, losing all three against Lipetsk Oblast, Latvian SSR, and the Ukrainian SSR.
All-time record against other nations
As of 20 November 2011
- "Uzbekistan All Time Results" (PDF). National Teams of Ice Hockey. Retrieved 2011-11-20.
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