New Zealand men's national junior ice hockey team
|Association||New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation|
|Head coach||Stephen Reid|
|Most points||Chris Eaden (28)|
| New Zealand 3 - 2 Turkey
(Sofia, Bulgaria; January 5, 2004)
| New Zealand 20 - 1 Turkey
(Belgrade, Serbia; January 18, 2008)
| Netherlands 19 - 0 New Zealand
(Bucharest, Romania; December 13, 2005)
|IIHF World U20 Championship|
|Appearances||8 (first in 2004)|
|Best result||34th (2006)|
|International record (W–L–T)|
The New Zealand men's national under 20 ice hockey team is the national under-20 ice hockey team of New Zealand. The team is controlled by the New Zealand Ice Hockey Federation, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation.
New Zealand played its first game in 2004 against Turkey during the Division III tournament of the 2004 IIHF World U20 Championship. New Zealand won the game 3–2. The following year New Zealand gained promotion to Division II after finishing second in the Division III tournament of the 2005 IIHF World U20 Championship. During the 2006 Division II Group A tournament New Zealand suffered their worst defeat in international competition, losing to the Netherlands men's national junior ice hockey team 0–19. The team continued to compete at the World Championships up until 2008 where they gained promotion after winning the Division III tournament. During the tournament they also achieved their largest ever victory in international competition when they defeated Turkey 20–1. In 2009 New Zealand did not send a team to compete in the 2009 IIHF World U20 Championship but returned the following year to compete in the 2010 Division III tournament. In 2012 they finished third in the Division III tournament being held in Dunedin, New Zealand.
- 2004 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 6th in Division III (40th overall)
- 2005 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 2nd in Division III (36th overall)
- 2006 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 6th in Division II Group A (34th overall)
- 2007 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 3rd in Division III (37th overall)
- 2008 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 1st in Division III (35th overall)
- 2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 4th in Division III (38th overall)
- 2011 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 5th in Division III (39th overall)
- 2012 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Finish: 3rd in Division III (37th overall)
|#||Name||Pos||Date of Birth||Club|
|1||Richard Bigsby||G||11 January 1994||Canterbury Red Devils|
|25||Aston Brookes||G||29 May 1993||Southern Stampede|
|22||Jordan Challis (A)||F||25 March 1992||Botany Swarm|
|23||James Currey||F||3 June 1993||Botany Swarm|
|12||Chris Dale||D||12 February 1992||Gore|
|16||Mitchell Frear (C)||D||12 September 1993||Southern Stampede|
|17||Justin Fuller||F||4 November 1992||Canterbury Red Devils|
|15||Andrew Gouldstone||F||20 January 1992||West Auckland Admirals|
|6||Keegan Harnett||F||23 April 1993||Botany Swarm|
|8||Connor Harrison||F||11 June 1993||Southern Stampede|
|4||Shaun Harrison||F||28 April 1994||West Auckland Admirals|
|5||Ethan Henare||D||26 February 1991||Southern Stampede|
|7||Garth Henare||F||16 July 1993||West Auckland Admirals|
|10||Kahu Joyce||D||28 March 1994||Canterbury Red Devils|
|2||Jamie Lawrence||D||17 December 1992||Canterbury Red Devils|
|3||Gareth Lloyd||F||22 July 1992||Southern Stampede|
|14||Luke Pickering||F||4 August 1993||Southern Stampede|
|21||Remy Sandoy||F||13 December 1992||Dunedin Thunder|
|19||Regan Wilson (A)||D||15 March 1993||Dunedin Thunder|
|11||Jarrod Wood||D||26 September 1992||Botany Swarm|
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