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2001 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships

2001 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships
2000
2002

Contents

  • Championship 1
  • Division I 2
    • Group A 2.1
    • Group B 2.2
  • Division II 3
    • Group A 3.1
    • Group B 3.2
  • Citations 4
  • External links 5

Championship

Final standings
  1.  Czech Republic
  2.  Finland
  3.  Sweden
  4.  United States
  5.  Canada
  6.  Russia
  7.  Slovakia
  8.  Germany
  9.  Switzerland
  10.  Ukraine
  11.  Austria
  12.  Italy
  13.  Latvia
  14.  Belarusrelegated to Division I for 2002
  15.  Norwayrelegated to Division I for 2002
  16.  Japan

Division I

Group A

Group A was played in Grenoble, France between April 16 and April 22, 2001

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
 Poland 5 4 1 0 27 9 8
 France 5 3 1 1 20 10 7
 Denmark 5 3 2 0 23 14 6
 Hungary 5 3 2 0 19 15 6
 Netherlands 5 1 3 1 10 25 3
 Lithuania 5 0 5 0 10 36 0
April 16, 2001
13:00
Hungary  3–5
 Denmark
April 16, 2001
16:30
Netherlands  0–4
 Poland
April 16, 2001
20:00
Lithuania  1–7
 France
April 17, 2001
13:00
Poland  3–0
 Hungary
April 17, 2001
16:30
Denmark  8–1
 Lithuania
April 17, 2001
20:00
France  4–4
 Netherlands
April 19, 2001
13:00
Lithuania  2–3
 Netherlands
April 19, 2001
16:30
Poland  5–3
 Denmark
April 19, 2001
20:00
France  1–3
 Hungary
April 21, 2001
13:00
Netherlands  2–8
 Hungary
April 21, 2001
16:30
Poland  13–2
 Lithuania
April 21, 2001
20:00
Denmark  0–4
 France
April 22, 2001
13:00
Hungary  5–4
 Lithuania
April 22, 2001
16:30
Denmark  7–1
 Netherlands
April 22, 2001
20:00
France  4–2
 Poland

Group B

Group B was played in Ljubljana, Slovenia between April 15 and April 21, 2001. The final day was a controversial one, with the British and Slovene teams having to decide promotion based on overall goal differential. The British beat the Kazakhs by an improbable nine goals. When coach Chris McSorley was asked how much he paid the Kazakhs, he responded, "zero, you have not much confidence in your team, I think Slovenia can beat Estonia by at least 12 goals."[1] The medal presentation was marred by Slovenian fans throwing debris on the ice when the Brits received their silver medals, the Kazakh team did not even attend to receive their bronze.

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
 Slovenia 5 4 0 1 44 6 9
 Great Britain 5 4 0 1 42 9 9
 Kazakhstan 5 3 2 0 35 21 6
 Croatia 5 1 3 1 17 45 3
 China 5 1 4 0 8 39 2
 Estonia 5 0 4 1 13 39 1
April 15, 2001
11:00
Kazakhstan  12–1
 China
April 15, 2001
14:30
Great Britain  6–2
 Estonia
April 15, 2001
18:00
Croatia  1–15
 Slovenia
April 17, 2001
11:00
Estonia  3–8
 Kazakhstan
April 17, 2001
14:30
Great Britain  10–1
 Croatia
April 17, 2001
18:00
Slovenia  7–1
 China
April 18, 2001
11:00
Croatia  3–12
 Kazakhstan
April 18, 2001
14:30
China  3–2
 Estonia
April 18, 2001
18:00
Slovenia  3–3
 Great Britain
April 20, 2001
11:00
Great Britain  12–1
 China
April 20, 2001
14:30
Estonia  6–6
 Croatia
April 20, 2001
18:00
Kazakhstan  1–3
 Slovenia
April 21, 2001
11:00
China  2–6
 Croatia
April 21, 2001
14:30
Kazakhstan  2–11
 Great Britain
April 21, 2001
18:00
Estonia  0–16
 Slovenia

 Poland and  Slovenia are promoted to the 2002 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships, while  Estonia and  Lithuania are relegated to Division II.

Division II

Group A

Group A was played in Majadahonda, Spain between April 1 and April 7, 2001

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
 South Korea 5 5 0 0 42 5 10
 Spain 5 4 1 0 52 8 8
 Australia 5 3 2 0 40 23 6
 South Africa 5 2 3 0 17 48 4
 Iceland 5 1 4 0 11 34 2
 New Zealand 5 0 5 0 12 56 0
April 1, 2001
13:00
South Africa  0–13
 Spain
April 1, 2001
17:00
New Zealand  0–13
 South Korea
April 1, 2001
21:00
Iceland  2–6
 Australia
April 2, 2001
13:00
South Korea  10–1
 South Africa
April 2, 2001
17:00
Australia  13–3
 New Zealand
April 2, 2001
21:00
Spain  14–1
 Iceland
April 4, 2001
13:00
New Zealand  6–7
 South Africa
April 4, 2001
17:00
South Korea  7–0
 Iceland
April 4, 2001
21:00
Spain  5–3
 Australia
April 5, 2001
13:00
South Africa  5–3
 Iceland
April 5, 2001
17:00
Australia  2–9
 South Korea
April 5, 2001
21:00
Spain  18–1
 New Zealand
April 7, 2001
13:00
South Korea  3–2
 Spain
April 7, 2001
17:00
Australia  16–4
 South Africa
April 7, 2001
21:00
Iceland  5–2
 New Zealand

Group B

Group A was played in Bucharest, Romania between March 26 and April 1, 2001

Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
 Romania 5 5 0 0 46 4 10
 Israel 5 4 1 0 21 11 8
 Yugoslavia 5 2 2 1 24 13 6
 Bulgaria 5 2 3 0 21 25 4
 Belgium 5 1 3 1 23 20 2
 Mexico 5 0 5 0 3 66 0
March 26, 2001
11:30
Belgium  1–5
 Israel
March 26, 2001
15:00
Bulgaria  1–5
 Yugoslavia
March 26, 2001
19:30
Romania  19–0
 Mexico
March 27, 2001
11:30
Yugoslavia  4–4
 Belgium
March 27, 2001
15:00
Israel  7–1
 Mexico
March 27, 2001
19:30
Romania  8–0
 Bulgaria
March 29, 2001
11:30
Mexico  3–14
 Bulgaria
March 29, 2001
15:00
Yugoslavia  1–2
 Israel
March 29, 2001
20:00
Romania  6–1
 Belgium
March 31, 2001
10:00
Bulgaria  5–4
 Belgium
March 31, 2001
13:00
Israel  2–7
 Romania
March 31, 2001
17:00
Yugoslavia  13–0
 Mexico
April 1, 2001
10:00
Belgium  13–0
 Mexico
April 1, 2001
13:00
Israel  5–1
 Bulgaria
April 1, 2001
17:00
Romania  6–1
 Yugoslavia

 South Korea and  Romania are promoted to Division I and  Mexico and  New Zealand are relegated to Division II Qualification.

Citations

  1. ^ Group B summary

External links

  • IIHF Website
  • Complete results at Passionhockey.com
  • Podnieks, Andrew (2010). IIHF Media Guide & Record Book 2011. Moydart Press. pp. 166–7. 
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