Which country won the Hockey championship 2012?
Russia won the tournament by defeating Slovakia 6–2 in the Final game; the Russians finished the tournament undefeated with a record of 10–0–0, becoming the first team to win every game in regulation since the Soviet Union in the 1989 World Championships.
Who won the World Juniors in 2011?
2011 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships
|Champions||Russia (4th title)|
|Third place||United States|
What country won the underwater championship in 2011 hockey?
Results by Nation
|Great Britain||2||1: 2011|
|The Netherlands||1: 2004|
What is the weight of an underwater hockey puck?
about 3 pounds
The playing field is a pool that is 25 by 15 meters (27 yards by 16.5 yards) with a depth of 2-4 meters (6-13 feet). The puck weighs 1.5 kilograms (about 3 pounds) and is made of lead alloy coated with plastic.
Which countries bid to host the 2012 World Hockey Championship?
The tournament’s top scorer, Russia’s Evgeni Malkin, was named the most valuable player of the tournament. At the IIHF congress in Moscow in 2007 four nations submitted bids to host the 2012 World Championship: Finland, Sweden, the Czech Republic and Hungary.
How many Hockey World Cups has the Soviet Union won in 2012?
^ “2012 groups announced”. International Ice Hockey Federation. Archived from the original on 4 January 2012. Retrieved 18 May 2011. ^ If 22 World Championship titles won by the Soviet Union are included, this total comes to 26. ^ a b “Malkin wins MVP honours”. iihf.com. 20 May 2012.
Where was the 2012 IIHF World Championship held?
The 2012 IIHF World Championship was the 76th IIHF World Championship, an annual international ice hockey tournament. It took place between 4–20 May 2012 in Helsinki, Finland and Stockholm, Sweden.
What did Czech Republic win at the 2012 Worlds?
^ “Czech Republic Wins Bronze at Worlds”. hockeybuzz.com. 20 May 2012. ^ “2012 IIHF Championship Program”. International Ice Hockey Federation. Archived from the original on 5 August 2011. Retrieved 17 May 2011. ^ “Referee Assignments”. Iihf.com. Retrieved 29 April 2012. ^ “2012 groups announced”. International Ice Hockey Federation.