ICE HOCKEY OLYMPICS ALLTIMETABLES

MEN 1920-2018

Note: 1964-76 were the Olympics divided in an A and a B pool. Classifications matches were played to determine which group the teams played in. Neither these nor the B-group are  counted. 1976: The game TCH-POL originally ended 7-1 but was set to 0-1 and no points for either team. The game is written as a defeat for both teams. 1988: The game POL-FRA originally ended 6-2 but was set to 0-2 and no points for either team. The game is written as a defeat for both teams. Three points are given for all regulation time wins. Games decided in sudden death/overtime have two points to the winner and one to the loser.

RANK TEAM T GP W3 W2 D/L1 L0 GF GA GD P P%
1 Canada 22 139 102 5 9 23 835 234 601 325 77,94%
2 Sweden 23 135 78 1 15 41 561 378 183 251 61,98%
3 USA 22 135 75 1 16 43 614 356 258 243 60,00%
4 Czechoslovakia 16 95 60 0 2 33 488 324 164 182 63,86%
5 Finland 17 109 58 0 7 44 414 337 77 181 55,35%
6 Soviet Union 10 66 58 0 2 6 451 125 326 176 88,89%
7 Germany

Germany did their best Olympics ever in Pyeongchang 2018 and won the silver. (Source: tz.de)

19 117 35 3 11 68 276 515 -239 122 34,76%
8 Switzerland 15 76 25 2 6 43 236 367 -131 85 37,28%
9 Russia

The Russians celebrating their first ever gold as an independent nation at Pyeongchang 2018. (Source: english.kyotonews.net)

7 43 24 3 3 13 152 98 54 81 62,79%
10 Czech Republic 7 42 20 4 2 16 126 93 33 70 55,56%
11 Slovakia 7 37 14 2 7 14 114 112 2 53 47,75%
12 Great Britain

Great Britain won a surprise gold at the 1936 Olympics in Garmisch-Partenkirchen. Here we have the Brits – in white – in the clash with Sweden. (Source: teamgb.com).

4 25 13 0 2 10 104 111 -7 41 54,67%
13 Poland 12 64 11 0 3 50 143 393 -250 36 18,75%
14 Italy 8 44 10 0 4 30 133 283 -150 34 25,76%
15 Austria 10 50 8 0 7 35 131 282 -151 31 20,67%
16 France 9 39 8 2 2 27 91 200 -109 30 25,64%
17 Belarus

One of the biggest upsets of Olympic ice hockey: Belarus beating Sweden in the quarterfinals in 2002 (Source: news.bbc.co.uk).

3 20 6 0 2 12 47 80 -33 20 33,33%
18 Norway 9 51 3 1 6 41 100 290 -190 17 11,11%
19 Latvia 5 21 3 0 3 15 49 105 -56 12 19,05%
20 Slovenia 2 9 2 2 1 4 19 30 -11 11 40,74%
21 Kazakhstan 2 12 3 0 1 8 30 56 -26 10 27,78%
22 Japan 4 16 2 0 3 11 49 114 -65 9 18,75%
23 Ukraine 1 4 2 0 0 2 11 14 -3 6 50,00%
24 Hungary 2 9 2 0 0 7 18 33 -15 6 22,22%
25 Belgium 4 10 2 0 0 8 21 83 -62 6 20,00%
26 Romania 1 5 1 0 1 3 13 29 -16 4 26,67%
27 Netherlands 1 5 1 0 1 3 16 43 -27 4 26,67%
28 Yugoslavia 1 5 1 0 0 4 8 37 -29 3 20,00%
29 South Korea 1 4 0 0 0 4 3 19 -16 0 0,00%
30 East Germany 1 7 0 0 0 7 13 48 -35 0 0,00%
31 Australia 1 6 0 0 0 6 10 87 -77 0 0,00%

WOMEN 1998-2018

Three points are given for all regulation time wins. Games decided in sudden death/overtime have two points to the winner and one to the loser.

RANK TEAM T GP W3 W2 D/L1 L0 GF GA GD P P%
1 Canada 6 30 27 1 1 1 192 31 161 84 93,33%
2 USA

USA celebrating the gold in Pyeongchang 2018. (Source: etonline.com)

6 30 23 1 2 4 169 33 136 73 81,11%
3 Finland 6 32 14 2 0 16 88 88 0 46 47,92%
4 Sweden

Only one time has another team than Canada and USA won a silver at a global championship. Sweden managed to get an Olympic silver in 2006 after beating the US on penalties in the semis. (Source: totalprosports.com).

6 32 14 1 2 15 87 109 -22 46 47,92%
5 Russia 5 27 12 0 2 13 59 90 -31 38 46,91%
6 Switzerland 4 22 10 1 1 10 56 66 -10 33 50,00%
7 Germany 3 15 5 1 1 8 26 46 -20 18 40,00%
8 China 3 15 3 1 1 10 25 64 -39 12 26,67%
9 Japan 3 15 1 1 0 13 16 69 -53 5 11,11%
10 Kazakhstan 1 5 0 0 1 4 2 24 -22 1 6,67%
11 Korea

Korea fielded a historical unified team in the Pyeongchang Olympics 2018. (Source: nbcnews.com)

1 5 0 0 0 5 2 28 -26 0 0,00%
11 Slovakia 1 5 0 0 0 5 7 36 -29 0 0,00%
12 Italy 1 5 0 0 0 5 3 48 -45 0 0,00%
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