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2017 Bandy World Championship was the 37th Bandy World Championship and was held in Sweden. The games in Division A were played in Göransson Arena in Sandviken, 29 January to 5 February.[1][2] The games of Division B were played in Slättbergshallen in Trollhättan, 24–28 January.[3]

2017 Bandy World Championship
XXXVIIth Bandy World Championship
2017 Bandy World Championship logo.png
Tournament details
Host country Sweden
Dates29 January – 5 February (Division A)
24–28 January (Division B)
Teams8 (Division A) and 10 (Division B)
Venue(s)Göransson Arena Slättbergshallen (in 2 host cities)
Final positions
Champions Gold medal blank.svg Sweden
Runner-up Silver medal blank.svg Russia
Third place Bronze medal blank.svg Finland
Fourth place Norway
Tournament statistics
Matches played22 (Division A)
34 (Division B)
Scoring leader(s)Division A
Norway Nikolai Rustad Jensen
(17 goals)
Division B
Mongolia Roman Murzin
(17 goals)
MVPSweden Johan Löfstedt
2016
2018

Contents

Participating teamsEdit

 
Participating countries in the 2017 Bandy World Championship.
Blue: Division A
Red: Division B
Green: members of the Federation of International Bandy not participating in this year's World Championship

Eight nations competed in Division A.[4] Eleven were originally scheduled to play in Division B,[5] which would have been an all-time high of nineteen. However, Latvia did not compete [6] thus the record set at the 2016 tournament was matched.

Division AEdit

Pool AEdit

Pool BEdit

 
 

Division BEdit

Pool AEdit

Pool BEdit

SquadsEdit

ArenasEdit

Division AEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1   Sweden (H) 3 3 0 0 26 12 +14 6
2   Russia 3 2 0 1 21 14 +7 4
3   Finland 3 1 0 2 9 17 −8 2
4   Kazakhstan 3 0 0 3 9 22 −13 0
Source: [7]
(H) Host.

All times are local (UTC+1).

Game 1
Sweden  8–2
(5–1)
  Finland
E. Pettersson   4'24' (p)71' (p)73'
A. Gilljam   10'
D. Pizzoni Elfving   28'74'
D. Mossberg   38'
Report   41' M. Kumpuoja
  56' V. Aaltonen
Attendance: 2,023
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)
Game 4
Kazakhstan  2–9
(0–5)
  Russia
A. Vsjivkov   80'
R. Isaliyev   83'
Report   4'5'35'73' A. Bondarenko
  32'47' Y. Ivanushkin
  37' A. Dzhushoyev
  49' J. Befus
  58' J. Sjardakov
Attendance: 318
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 7
Russia  6–2
(2–0)
  Finland
A. Dzhushoyev   25'
Y. Ivanushkin   28'
Y. Shardakov   46'77'
A. Mirgazov   50'
M. Ishkeldin   89'
Report   51' P. Rintala
  54' R. Larsson
Attendance: 265
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 8
Sweden  8–4
(3–2)
  Kazakhstan
P. Nilsson   13'82'
D. Andersson   22'53'
D. Mossberg   38'
C. Edlund   47'66'
E. Pettersson   80'
Report   5'63' S. Pochkunov
  10' O. Pivovarov
  81' A. Nasonov
Attendance: 1,249
Referee: Grigori Minaev (Russia)
Game 11
Kazakhstan  3–5
(2–1)
  Finland
A. Golubkov   22'
R. Isaliyev   25'
A. Vshivkov   63'
Report   12' M. Lukkarila
  47' Tu. Määttä
  61' R. Larsson
  75' M. Kumpuoia
  87' M. Rytkönen
Attendance: 332
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)
Game 12
Russia  6–10
(2–5)
  Sweden
J. Befus   11'35'
Y. Ivanushkin   53'77'93' (p)
A. Mirgazov   74'
Report   13'88' C. Edlund
  15'26' E. Pettersson
  18' P. Nilsson
  49' D. Pizzoni Elfving
  57' E. Säfström
  79' J. Löfstedt
  90' P. Hellmyrs
Attendance: 1,909
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

Group BEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts
1   Norway 3 3 0 0 35 7 +28 6
2   United States 3 2 0 1 26 17 +9 4
3   Belarus 3 0 1 2 13 31 −18 1
4   Germany 3 0 1 2 14 33 −19 1
Source: [7]
Game 2
United States  9–4
(5–3)
  Germany
D. Richardson   3'
K. Brown   8'28'
M. Lickteig   10'64'
M. Carman   36'84'
A. Zitouni   78'
J. Blucher   86'
Report   9'43' A. Kolyagin
  27'81' (p) M. Dunaev
Attendance: 210
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
Game 3
Belarus  1–10
(0–5)
  Norway
S. Yusupov   87' Report   4' (p)35' (p)62'66' (p)76' N. Jensen
  8'61' S. Kristoffersen
  25'40' F. Randsborg
  82' M. Hogevold
Attendance: 269
Referee: Grigori Minaev (Russia)
Game 5
Germany  7–7
(2–5)
  Belarus
M. Dunaev   11' (p)78'86' (p)
F. Mironov   16'82'
A. Kuznetsov   46'
P. Savchenko Jr.   99'
Report   6' K. Savchenko
  23'42' M. Azarenko
  29'94' D. Artemenko
  47' (p) E. Sviridov
  97' S. Yusupov
Penalties
3–4
Attendance: 231
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)
Game 6
Norway  8–3
(3–2)
  United States
C. Randsborg   3'
E. Johnsen   8'
F. Randsborg   29'68'
N. Jensen   46'48'
S. Kristoffersen   52'81'
Report   12' K. Brown
  24' M. Williams
  86' (p) D. Richardson
Attendance: 231
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
Game 9
Germany  3–17
(3–8)
  Norway
F. Mironov   37'
M. Dunaev   39'
S. Naab   43'
Report   8' (pen)10'19'27'32'47'75' N. Jensen
  15' E. Johnsen
  29'63'74' S. Kristoffersen
  31' K. Hagen
  48'89'90'92' F. Callander
  72' M. Hogevold
Attendance: 279
Referee: Grigori Minaev (Russia)
Game 10
Belarus  5–14
(3–7)
  United States
Report
Attendance: 145
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)

Knockout stageEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
2 February – Sandviken
 
 
  Kazakhstan4
 
4 February – Sandviken
 
  Norway5
 
  Norway2
 
2 February – Sandviken
 
  Sweden17
 
  Sweden34
 
5 February – Sandviken
 
  Germany6
 
  Sweden4
 
2 February – Sandviken
 
  Russia3
 
  Finland15
 
4 February – Sandviken
 
  United States1
 
  Finland4
 
2 February – Sandviken
 
  Russia6 Third place
 
  Russia17
 
5 February – Sandviken
 
  Belarus0
 
  Finland11
 
 
  Norway1
 

QuarterfinalsEdit

Game 13
Kazakhstan  4–5 (OT)
(4–0)
  Norway
Report
Attendance: 364
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)
Game 14
Finland  15–1
(8–1)
  United States
Report
Attendance: 382
Referee: Grigori Minaev (Russia)
Game 15
Sweden  34–6
(17–2)
  Germany
Report
Attendance: 1,095
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)
Game 16
Russia  17–0
(6–0)
  Belarus
Report
Attendance: 234
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)

7th place gameEdit

Game 19
10:00
Germany  12–7
(4–3)
  Belarus
Report
Attendance: 67
Referee: Pietri Kuusela (Finland)

5th place gameEdit

Game 20
Kazakhstan  10–4
(4–2)
  United States
Report
Attendance: 270
Referee: Pontus Petersson (Norway)

SemifinalsEdit

Game 18
Norway  2–17
(0–8)
  Sweden
N. Rustad Jensen   64'
E.B. Johnsen   72'
Report   3'33' (p) E. Pettersson
  10'23'77' J. Löfstedt
  29'78' D. Andersson
  34'40'63'80' C. Edlund
  52'57' A. Gilljam
  54' P. Nilsson
  68' D. Berlin
  74' D. Mossberg
Attendance: 2,510
Referee: Grigori Minaev (Russia)
Game 17
Finland  4–6
(1–3)
  Russia
M. Lukkarila   31'
P. Rintala   53'
M. Rytkönen   83'
J. Liukkonen   84'
Report   26'37' A. Dzhusoev
  29' J. Befus
  51' A. Mirgazov
  81' A. Bondarenko
  87' Y. Shardakov
Attendance: 891
Referee: Jonas Kandell (Sweden)

Third place gameEdit

Game 21
Finland  11–1
(4–1)
  Norway
J. Liukkonen   03'29'46'
M. Kumpuoja   11'
P. Rintala   26'76'89'
Te. Määttä   53'
M. Rytkönen   63' (p)
S. Helavuori   79'
Tu. Määttä   87'
Report   8' N. Rustad Jensen
Attendance: 384
Referee: Grigori Minaev (Russia)

FinalEdit

Game 22
Sweden  4–3
(1–3)
  Russia
D. Mossberg   23'
C. Edlund   61'
E. Pettersson   84'
A. Gilljam   91'
Report   20' J. Befus
  42' Y. Ivanushkin
  43' A. Mirgazov
Attendance: 2,888
Referee: Petri Kuusela (Finland)

Final standingsEdit

    Sweden
    Russia
    Finland
4   Norway
5   Kazakhstan
6   United States
7   Germany
8   Belarus  

Belarus is relegated and will be playing in Division B in the 2018 Bandy World Championship.

Division BEdit

Preliminary roundEdit

Group AEdit

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Mongolia 3 3 0 0 28 13 +15 6 Quarterfinals
2   Hungary 3 2 0 1 23 12 +11 4
3   Japan 3 1 0 2 8 19 −11 2
4   Ukraine 3 0 0 3 11 26 −15 0
Updated to match(es) played on completed. Source: [8]
  Hungary7–0  Japan
  Ukraine6–9  Mongolia
  Japan2–10  Mongolia
  Hungary11–3  Ukraine
  Japan6–2  Ukraine
  Mongolia9–5  Hungary

Group BEdit

Matches in Group B are 60 minutes in duration rather than the standard 90 minutes.

Pos Team Pld W D L GF GA GD Pts Qualification
1   Canada 5 4 1 0 43 3 +40 9 Quarterfinals
2   Estonia 5 4 0 1 26 12 +14 8
3   Czech Republic 5 2 2 1 32 11 +21 6
4   Netherlands 5 2 1 2 27 12 +15 5
5   China 5 1 0 4 11 37 −26 2 7–10th place semifinals
6   Somalia 5 0 0 5 4 68 −64 0
Source: [8]
Estonia  11–1  China
Somalia  0–15  Canada
Netherlands  6–0  China
Estonia  0–8  Canada
Somalia  1–7  China
Netherlands  2–3  Estonia
Netherlands  16–3  Somalia
Canada  13–0  China
Canada  4–0  Netherlands
Estonia  10–0  Somalia
China  3–6  Czech Republic

Play-offEdit

 
Quarter-finalsSemi-finalsFinal
 
          
 
27 January
 
 
  Hungary10
 
27 January
 
  Czech Republic1
 
  Hungary4
 
27 January
 
  Japan3
 
  Japan5
 
28 January
 
  Estonia0
 
  Hungary3
 
27 January
 
  Canada4
 
  Mongolia6
 
27 January
 
  Netherlands2
 
  Mongolia3
 
27 January
 
  Canada4 Third place
 
  Ukraine2
 
28 January
 
  Canada7
 
  Japan5
 
 
  Mongolia6
 
 
5th place
 
  
 
28 January
 
 
  Estonia6
 
 
  Ukraine8
 
 
7–10th place semifinals7th place
 
      
 
27 January
 
 
  Netherlands7
 
28 January
 
  China1
 
  Netherlands3
 
27 January
 
  Czech Republic2
 
  Czech Republic19
 
 
  Somalia0
 
9th place
 
 
28 January
 
 
  China14
 
 
  Somalia0

Final standingsEdit

1.   Canada  
2.   Hungary
3.   Mongolia
4.   Japan
5.   Ukraine
6.   Estonia
7.   Netherlands
8.   Czech Republic
9.   China
10.   Somalia

Canada is promoted and will be playing in Division A in the 2018 Bandy World Championship.

BroadcastingEdit

SourcesEdit

  1. ^ "Bandy-VM 2017" (in Swedish). Göransson Arena. 2015. Archived from the original on 22 November 2015. Retrieved 21 November 2015.
  2. ^ "Bandy-VM 2017 till Sandviken" (in Swedish). Sandviken Municipality. 20 May 2015. Archived from the original on 2015-11-22. Retrieved 21 November 2015.
  3. ^ Tournament Schedule
  4. ^ http://www.bandy2017.com/lag/
  5. ^ http://bandycup.com/wcsb/teams/
  6. ^ Playing schedule of WCS Group B
  7. ^ a b "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 2016-11-30. Retrieved 2017-01-29.CS1 maint: Archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ a b http://bandycup.com/wcsb/tournament-schedule-2/
  9. ^ TV program for 30 January 2017
  10. ^ "Discovery Networks Utökar Portföljen Med Bandy-VM" (in Swedish). 9 November 2015. Archived from the original on 21 November 2015. Retrieved 21 November 2015.

External linksEdit