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1970 IIHF European U19 Championship

The 1970 IIHF European U19 Championship was the third playing of the IIHF European Junior Championships.

Contents

  • Group A 1
  • Tournament Awards 2
  • Group B 3
    • First round 3.1
    • Placing round 3.2
  • References 4

Group A

Played in Geneva Switzerland from December 26, 1969, to January 2, 1970.
Team URS TCH SWE FIN FRG SUI GF/GA Points
1.  Soviet Union 5:3 6:5 7:1 9:1 14:1 41:11 10
2.  Czechoslovakia 3:5 3:2 3:1 5:2 12:2 26:12 08
3.  Sweden 5:6 2:3 6:0 10:1 20:0 43:10 06
4.  Finland 1:7 1:3 0:6 6:0 5:2 13:18 04
5.  West Germany 1:9 2:5 1:10 0:6 7:3 11:33 02
6.  Switzerland 1:14 2:12 0:20 2:5 3:7 08:58 00

Switzerland was relegated for 1971.

Tournament Awards

Group B

Played in Kapfenberg, Leoben, and Bruck, Austria, from December 26, 1969, to January 2, 1970.

First round

Group 1
Team NOR ROM AUT HUN GF/GA Points
1.  Norway 1:1 5:5 7:3 13:09 4
2.  Romania 1:1 1:1 3:0 05:02 4
3.  Austria 5:5 1:1 2:1 08:07 4
4.  Hungary 3:7 0:3 1:2 04:12 0
Group 2
Bulgaria was to play in this group but forfeited. The Yugoslavian goaltender played without a mask, and was hit in the face by a shot in their game against Poland, in part explaining the 20 to 0 score.[1]
Team ITA POL YUG GF/GA Points
1.  Italy 7:5 3:2 10:07 4
2.  Poland 5:7 20:0 25:07 2
3.  Yugoslavia 2:3 0:20 02:23 0

Placing round

5th place Austria  3:0
(1:0, 0:0, 2:0)
 Yugoslavia
3rd place Poland  7:1
(0:1 ,2:0, 5:0)
 Romania
Final Norway  8:0
(1:0, 1:0, 6:0)
 Italy

Norway was promoted to Group A for 1971.

References

  1. ^ Explanation in french
This article incorporates information from the Deutsch WorldHeritage.
  • Complete results
  • Duplacey, James (1998). Total Hockey: The official encyclopedia of the National Hockey League (pgs 530-2). Total Sports.  
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