1994 IIHF European U18 Championship

The 1994 IIHF European U18 Championship was the twenty-seventh playing of the IIHF European Junior Championships.

Group AEdit

Played from April 17 to the 24th in Jyväskylä, Finland.

First roundEdit

Group 1
Team SWE FIN SUI NOR GF/GA Points
1.   Sweden 6:3 6:2 15:0 27:05 6
2.   Finland 3:6 8:2 5:1 16:09 4
3.    Switzerland 2:6 2:8 3:3 07:17 1
4.   Norway 0:15 1:5 3:3 04:23 1
Group 2
Team CZE RUS GER POL GF/GA Points
1.   Czech Republic 3:3 7:2 13:0 23:05 5
2.   Russia 3:3 8:4 8:2 19:09 5
3.   Germany 2:7 4:8 13:2 19:17 2
4.   Poland 0:13 2:8 2:13 04:34 0

Final roundEdit

Championship round
Team SWE RUS CZE FIN GF/GA Points
1.   Sweden 4:4 5:2 (6:3) 15:09 5
2.   Russia 4:4 (3:3) 4:2 11:09 4
3.   Czech Republic 2:5 (3:3) 6:1 11:09 3
4.   Finland (3:6) 2:4 1:6 06:16 0
Placing round
Team SUI GER NOR POL GF/GA Points
1.    Switzerland 7:2 (3:3) 6:1 16:06 5
2.   Germany 2:7 5:3 (13:2) 20:12 4
3.   Norway (3:3) 3:5 5:5 11:13 2
4.   Poland 1:6 (2:13) 5:5 08:24 1

Poland was relegated to Group B for 1995.

Tournament AwardsEdit

Group BEdit

Played from March 28 until April 3, 1994, in Székesfehérvár, Hungary.

First roundEdit

Group
Team AUT BLR ITA ROM GF/GA Points
1.   Austria 7:4 6:2 5:2 18:08 6
2.   Belarus 4:7 2:2 9:1 15:10 3
3.   Italy 2:6 2:2 3:0 07:08 3
4.   Romania 2:5 1:9 0:3 03:17 0
Group 2
Team HUN DEN FRA ESP GF/GA Points
1.   Hungary 3:2 6:3 16:0 25:05 6
2.   Denmark 2:3 7:5 11:1 20:09 4
3.   France 3:6 5:7 7:4 15:17 2
4.   Spain 0:16 1:11 4:7 05:34 0

Final roundEdit

Championship round
Team BLR HUN DEN AUT GF/GA Points
1.   Belarus 5:3 7:5 (4:7) 16:15 4
2.   Hungary 3:5 (3:2) 7:2 13:09 4
3.   Denmark 5:7 (2:3) 6:1 13:11 2
4.   Austria (7:4) 2:7 1:6 10:17 2
Placing round
Team ITA ROM FRA ESP GF/GA Points
1.   Italy (3:0) 4:1 6:0 13:01 6
2.   Romania (0:3) 3:3 7:2 10:08 3
3.   France 1:4 3:3 (7:4) 11:11 3
4.   Spain 0:6 2:7 (4:7) 06:20 0

Belarus was promoted to Group A and Spain was relegated to Group C1 for 1995.

Group CEdit

Played from March 18 to the 27th, 1994 in Bled, Slovenia.

First roundEdit

Group 1
Team LAT UKR GBR CRO BUL GF/GA Points
1.   Latvia 6:5 15:0 15:1 38:0 74:06 8
2.   Ukraine 5:6 22:2 16:0 20:0 63:08 6
3.   Great Britain 0:15 2:22 3:2 15:1 20:40 4
4.   Croatia 1:15 0:16 2:3 13:1 16:35 2
5.   Bulgaria 0:38 0:20 1:15 1:13 02:86 0
Group 2
Team SVK SLO EST LTU NED GF/GA Points
1.   Slovakia 11:1 34:0 24:3 29:4 98:08 8
2.   Slovenia 1:11 11:0 10:1 13:1 35:13 6
3.   Estonia 0:34 0:11 5:2 7:2 12:49 4
4.   Lithuania 3:24 1:10 2:5 8:2 14:41 2
5.   Netherlands 4:29 1:13 2:7 2:8 09:57 0

Final roundEdit

Championship round
Team SVK LAT SLO UKR GF/GA Points
1.   Slovakia 9:4 (11:1) 4:2 24:07 6
2.   Latvia 4:9 7:0 (6:5) 17:14 4
3.   Slovenia (1:11) 0:7 4:2 05:20 2
4.   Ukraine 2:4 (5:6) 2:4 09:14 0
Placing round
Team EST GBR LTU CRO GF/GA Points
1.   Estonia 11:4 (5:2) 4:3 20:09 6
2.   Great Britain 4:11 5:4 (3:2) 12:17 4
3.   Lithuania (2:5) 4:5 7:4 13:14 2
4.   Croatia 3:4 (2:3) 4:7 09:14 0
9th place
Netherlands   6:2
(2:0, 2:1, 2:1)
  Bulgaria

Slovakia was promoted to Group B for 1995. Lithuania, Croatia, the Netherlands, and Bulgaria were in essence relegated, as Group C would be divided into two tiers for 1995.

ReferencesEdit

  • Complete results
  • Duplacey, James (1998). Total Hockey: The official encyclopedia of the National Hockey League. Total Sports. pp. 530–2. ISBN 0-8362-7114-9.