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2015 Bandy World Championship

2015 Bandy World Championship
XXXVth Bandy World Championship
Tournament details
Host country  Russia
Dates 29 March – 4 April 2015
Teams 8
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Final positions
Champions   Russia (9th title)
Runner-up   Sweden
Third place   Kazakhstan
Fourth place  Finland
Tournament statistics
Matches played 22
Goals scored 294 (13.36 per match)
Scoring leader(s) Andrey Kabanov
(15 goals)
2014
2016

2015 Bandy World Championship 2015 was the XXXVth Bandy World Championship for men. At the FIB congress held during the XXXIVth World Championship in 2014, it was announced that Khabarovsk in Russia had been elected as host city. It was also decided the Group A tournament would be played around the end of March/beginning of April, which means it would take place when the national bandy leagues in the major bandy playing countries, Finland, Norway, Russia and Sweden, would be finished for the season.[1] Group B was played between February 1 and 6 and hit a new record attendance, already before the match for the bronze and the final.[2]

High profile people who visited the Group A tournament include the Prime Minister of Russia, Dmitry Medvedev, and the President of Ice Hockey Federation of Russia, the legendary goaltender Vladislav Tretiak.[3]

Host selection

On 5 December 2013, the Russian news agency AmurMedia (which quoted Russian Internet site Sportbox.ru) reported that the decision on host city was made, after a decision by the working committee of FIB.[4]

The candidates were:

Minsk withdrew its candidacy in August 2013.[5] Khabarovsk won over Helsinki because there is an indoor arena in the city.

Participating teams

Participating countries in the Bandy World Championship 2015.
Blue: Division A
Red: Division B
Purple: both divisions
Green: members of the Federation of International Bandy not participating in the World Championship

Latvia won Division B in 2014 and was thus promoted to Division A for 2015. However, the Latvians made an application to play in Division B this year too, and this was approved by the Federation of International Bandy. Latvia was therefore playing in both divisions this year. This was made possible by the divisions not being played at the same time, Division B was being played in early February while Division A was being played in late March/early April.[6]

Venues

Khabarovsk
Arena Yerofey
Capacity: 10,000

Division A

After drawn games in the group stage, a penalty shootout is held to determine final placings in the event of teams finishing on equal points

Preliminary round

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Group stage result
1  Sweden 3 2 1 0 15 6 +9 5[1] Seeded
2  Russia (H) 3 2 1 0 20 3 +17 5[1]
3  Kazakhstan 3 0 1 2 8 22 −14 1[2]
4  Finland 3 0 1 2 5 17 −12 1[2]
Updated to match(es) played on 31 March 2015. Source: [7]
(H) Host.
Notes:
  1. ^ a b Sweden won after-match penalties against Russia 5–4.
  2. ^ a b Kazakhstan won after-match penalties against Finland 4–3.

All times local (UTC+10)

29 March 2015
16:30
Sweden  5–1  Finland
D. Andersson Goal 10'89'
J. Nilsson Goal 11'
P. Nilsson Goal 36'62'
Report Laakkonen Goal 59'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 2,222
Referee: Grigory Minaev (Russia)
29 March 2015
20:00
Kazakhstan  1–10  Russia
Morokov Goal 30' Report Ivanushkin Goal 8'10'40'76'
Ryazantsev Goal 12'88'90'
Dergayev Goal 44'82'
Lomanov Goal 50'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 7,292
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
30 March 2015
16:30
Sweden  9–4  Kazakhstan
P. Nilsson Goal 1'29'81'
Esplund Goal 30'35'
Edlund Goal 34' (pen)71' (pen)78'
Mossberg Goal 63'
Report Gorchakov Goal 46'
Issaliev Goal 49'
Golubkov Goal 56' (pen)
Slautin Goal 59'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 1,321
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
30 March 2015
20:00
Russia  9–1  Finland
Lomanov Goal 7'49'
Zakharov Goal 20'60'77'
Ivanushkin Goal 25'
Dzhusoyev Goal 50'
Ryazantsev Goal 61'
Ishkeldin Goal 85'
Report Hauska Goal 35'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 8,962
Referee: Peter Öhrlund (Sweden)
31 March 2015
16:30
Kazakhstan  3–3  Finland
Slautin Goal 42'
Issaliev Goal 48'
Bedarev Goal 54'
Report Hauska Goal 36'
Lukkarila Goal 44'79'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 1,453
Referee: Grigory Minaev (Russia)
31 March 2015
20:00
Russia  1–1  Sweden
Tyukavin Goal 53' Report Mossberg Goal 53'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 9,889
Referee: Simo Pyysing (Finland)

Group B

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Group stage result
1  Norway 3 2 1 0 23 15 +8 5 Seeded
2  Belarus 3 2 0 1 27 22 +5 4
3  United States 3 1 1 1 20 20 0 3
4  Latvia 3 0 0 3 10 23 −13 0
Updated to match(es) played on 29 March 2015. Source: [7]

All times local (UTC+10)

29 March 2015
10:00
United States  5–2  Latvia
Richardson Goal 46'68'
Keseley Goal 71'
Blucher Goal 78'
Brown Goal 81'
Report Blems Goal 47'
Matveevs Goal 54'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 1,276
Referee: Simo Pyysing (Finland)
29 March 2015
13:00
Belarus  5–9  Norway
Bratchenko Goal 15'
Kabanov Goal 17'30'46'66' (pen)
Report Austad Goal 3' (pen)
Waaler Goal 8'
Hammerstad Goal 11'
Jensen Goal 26'
Kristoffersen Goal 39'50'
C. Randsborg Goal 60'
F. Randsborg Goal 70'87'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 1,342
Referee: Peter Öhrlund (Sweden)
30 March 2015
10:00
Latvia  4–10  Belarus
Ziemins Goal 52'75'90'
Blems Goal 90'
Report Kabanov Goal 3'14'
Kozlov Goal 7'
Yusupov Goal 26'37'49'77'
Savchenko Goal 30'
Chernetskiy Goal 45'
Bratchenko Goal 58'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 418
Referee: Simo Pyysing (Finland)
30 March 2015
13:00
Norway  6–6  United States
Kristoffersen Goal 7'9'35'
F. Randsborg Goal 30'
Jensen Goal 51'
Tjomsland Goal 62'
Report Blucher Goal 16'80'
Richardson Goal 34'
Keseley Goal 46'
Brown Goal 47'52'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 746
Referee: Grigoriy Minaev (Russia)
31 March 2015
10:00
Latvia  4–8  Norway
Kudrjavtsev Goal 23'
Ziemins Goal 38'
Befus Goal 57'
Kadnajs Goal 85' (pen)
Report Waaler Goal 15'48'50'73'
Jensen Goal 25'
Moen Goal 45'
Kristoffersen Goal 46'63'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 501
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
31 March 2015
13:00
Belarus  12–9  United States
Chernetskiy Goal 6'
Kabanov Goal 7'58'84'
Kozlov Goal 10'60'
Yusupov Goal 23'31'34'
Bratchenko Goal 38'56'
Savchenko Goal 81'
Report Keseley Goal 5'79'
Richardson Goal 28' (pen)45' (pen)59'
Carman Goal 32'64'
Blucher Goal 74'
Brown Goal 86'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 1,211
Referee: Peter Öhrlund (Sweden)

Knockout stage

 
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 
                   
 
1 April – Khabarovsk
 
 
 Finland 13
 
2 April – Khabarovsk
 
 Norway 5
 
 Finland 1
 
1 April – Khabarovsk
 
 Sweden 10
 
 Sweden 14
 
4 April – Khabarovsk
 
 Latvia 2
 
 Sweden 3
 
1 April – Khabarovsk
 
 Russia 5
 
 Kazakhstan 26
 
2 April – Khabarovsk
 
 Belarus 8
 
 Kazakhstan 0
 
1 April – Khabarovsk
 
 Russia 14 Third Place
 
 Russia 17
 
3 April – Khabarovsk
 
 United States 2
 
 Finland 6
 
 
 Kazakhstan 8
 

Quarter-finals

1 April 2015
10:00
Kazakhstan  26–8  Belarus
Report
1 April 2015
13:00
Finland  13–5  Norway
Report
1 April 2015
16:30
Sweden  14–2  Latvia
Report
1 April 2015
20:00
Russia  17–2  United States
Report

Semi-finals

2 April 2015
16:00
Finland  1–10  Sweden
Lukkarila Goal 82' Report Gilljam Goal 13'79'
Berlin Goal 21'
D. Andersson Goal 42'53'81'
Edlund Goal 50'61'
Säfström Goal 51'
P. Nilsson Goal 73'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 2,323
Referee: Grigoriy Minaev (Russia)
2 April 2015
20:00
Kazakhstan  0–14  Russia
Report Lomanov Goal 4'52'
Ishkeldin Goal 28'
Ivanushkin Goal 29'40'45'77'89'
Zakharov Goal 42'
Shaburov Goal 57'
Shevtsov Goal 60'65'
Ivanov Goal 76'
Dergayev Goal 82'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 7,274
Referee: Peter Öhrlund (Sweden)

Third place play-off

3 April 2015
20:00
Finland  6–8  Kazakhstan
Report

Final

4 April 2015
16:00
Sweden  3–5  Russia
D. Andersson Goal 3'
Hellmyrs Goal 7'
P. Nilsson Goal 83'
Report Lomanov Goal 37'85'
Tyukavin Goal 84'
Ryazantsev Goal 87'
Ishkeldin Goal 90'
Arena Yerofey, Khabarovsk
Attendance: 10,000
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

Consolation tournament

7th place play-off

3 April 2015
12:00
Latvia  6–4  United States
Report

5th place play-off

3 April 2015
16:00
Belarus  6–16  Norway
Report

Final standings

1.  Russia
2.  Sweden
3.  Kazakhstan
4.  Finland
5.  Norway
6.  Belarus
7.  Latvia
8.  United States

Statistics

Goalscorers

15 goals
13 goals
11 goals
9 goals
8 goals
7 goals
6 goals
5 goals
4 goals
  • Marius Austad
  • Vyacheslav Bratchenko
  • Kevin Brown
  • Adam Gilljam
  • Jonathan Keseley
  • Alexander Kozlov
  • Fredrik Randsborg
  • Ivan Shevtsov
3 goals
2 goals
1 goal

Source: [8]

Division B

Preliminary round

Group A

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Group stage result
1  Estonia 3 2 1 0 17 14 +3 5 Seeded
2  Latvia 3 2 0 1 12 6 +6 4
3  Hungary 3 1 0 2 12 14 −2 2 Unseeded
4  Japan 3 0 1 2 6 13 −7 1
Updated to match(es) played on completed. Source: [9]
1 February 2015
Estonia  8–6  Hungary
1 February 2015
Latvia  4–0  Japan
2 February 2015
Estonia  5–4  Latvia
2 February 2015
Hungary  5–2  Japan
3 February 2015
Japan  4–4  Estonia
3 February 2015
Latvia  4–1  Hungary

Group B

Matches in Group B are 60 minutes in duration rather than the standard 90 minutes.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Group stage result
1  Netherlands 4 3 1 0 32 4 +28 7 Seeded
2  Germany 4 3 0 1 25 9 +16 6
3  Mongolia 4 2 1 1 19 6 +13 5 Unseeded
4  China 4 1 0 3 12 19 −7 2
5  Somalia 4 0 0 4 2 52 −50 0
Updated to match(es) played on completed. Source: [9]
1 February 2015
Mongolia  3–2  China
1 February 2015
Somalia  0–18  Netherlands
1 February 2015
Germany  4–2  Mongolia
2 February 2015
China  1–9  Netherlands
2 February 2015
Somalia  1–12  Germany
2 February 2015
Mongolia  14–0  Somalia
2 February 2015
Netherlands  5–3  Germany
3 February 2014
China  8–1  Somalia
3 February 2014
Germany  6–1  China

Knockout stage

 
Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
 
                   
 
4 February – Khabarovsk
 
 
 Estonia 14
 
5 February – Khabarovsk
 
 China 3
 
 Estonia 8
 
4 February – Khabarovsk
 
 Netherlands 2
 
 Japan 2
 
6 February – Khabarovsk
 
 Netherlands 4
 
 Estonia 3
 
4 February – Khabarovsk
 
 Latvia 8
 
 Latvia 11
 
5 February – Khabarovsk
 
 Mongolia 5
 
 Latvia 7
 
4 February – Khabarovsk
 
 Hungary 5 Third Place
 
 Hungary 5
 
6 February – Khabarovsk
 
 Germany 4
 
 Netherlands 1
 
 
 Hungary 9
 

Quarter-finals

4 February 2014
Estonia  14–3  China
4 February 2014
Japan  2–4  Netherlands
4 February 2014
Latvia  11–5  Mongolia
4 February 2014
Hungary  5–4  Germany

7th place play-off

The match was 60 minutes rather than standard 90 minutes.

5 February 2015
Mongolia  7–5  China

5th place play-off

The match was 60 minutes rather than standard 90 minutes.

5 February 2015
Japan  1–3  Germany

8th place play-off

The match was 60 minutes rather than standard 90 minutes.

5 February 2014
 China 11–1  Somalia

Semi-finals

5 February 2015
Estonia  8–2  Netherlands
5 February 2015
Latvia  7–5  Hungary

Third place play-off

6 February 2015
Netherlands  1–9  Hungary

Final

6 February 2015
Estonia  3–8  Latvia

Final standings

1.  Latvia
2.  Estonia
3.  Hungary
4.  Netherlands
5.  Germany
6.  Japan
7.  Mongolia
8.  China
9.  Somalia

Broadcasting

  • Russia: VGTRK
  • Sweden: TV12
  • international: online at http://bandyvm2015.ru/en/news/?newsid=268

Notes

References

  1. ^ GS-brevet: Äntligen VM!
  2. ^ Khabarovsk hit the record in attendance of matches in Group B
  3. ^ http://www.rusbandy.ru/news/6928/
  4. ^ "Чемпионат мира-2015 по хоккею с мячом пройдет в Хабаровске". Amurmedia.ru, 2013-12-03. Retrieved 14 January 2014. |language=Russian translation: [1]
  5. ^ Norman, Marcus (2013-09-01): "Förbundet: Rapport från första styrelsemötet". Idrottonline.se. Retrieved 14 January 1014.
  6. ^ "Team Latvia will play in both groups of World Championship 2015", Bandy World Championship Khabarovsk 2015, read on 31 March 2015
  7. ^ a b http://bandyvm2015.ru/en/gameprogramresults/group-a/
  8. ^ http://bandyvm2015.ru/en/teams/group-a/goals/
  9. ^ a b http://bandyvm2015.ru/schedule/group_b/

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