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Although Winter Olympics are celebrated only since 1924, Ice Hockey was added to the Olympic Games in Antwerp in 1920 as part of the VII Summer Olympic Games. It has always been one of the most popular events (and the only team sport) at the Winter Olympics. Until 1984, rosters consisted exclusively of amateur players. From 1988 professionals were allowed, although NHL players did not take part until 1998.

Year Gold Silver Bronze
2014 Canada Sweden Finland
2010 Canada United States Finland
2006 Sweden Finland Czech Republic
2002 Canada United States Russia
1998 Czech Republic Russia Finland
1994 Sweden Canada Finland
1992 Unified Team (USSR) Canada Czechoslovakia
1988 Soviet Union (USSR) Finland Sweden
1984 Soviet Union (USSR) Czechoslovakia Sweden
1980 United States Soviet Union (USSR) Sweden
1976 Soviet Union (USSR) Czechoslovakia West Germany (FRG)
1972 Soviet Union (USSR) United States Czechoslovakia
1968 Soviet Union (USSR) Czechoslovakia Canada
1964 Soviet Union (USSR) Sweden Czechoslovakia
1960 United States Canada Soviet Union (USSR)
1956 Soviet Union (USSR) United States Canada
1952 Canada United States Sweden
1948 Canada Czechoslovakia Switzerland
 
1936 Great Britain Canada United States
1932 Canada United States Germany
1928 Canada Sweden Switzerland
1924 Canada United States Great Britain
1920 Canada United States Czechoslovakia

Rosters (since 1980) top

2014 2010 2006 2002 1998 1994 1992 1988 1984 1980

Sochi 2014 top

Canada Sweden Finland
Jamie Benn, Patrice Bergeron, Jay Bouwmeester, Jeff Carter, Sidney Crosby, Drew Doughty, Matt Duchene, Ryan Getzlaf, Dan Hamhuis, Duncan Keith, Chris Kunitz, Roberto Luongo, Patrick Marleau, Rick Nash, Corey Perry, Alex Pietrangelo, Carey Price, Patrick Sharp, Mike Smith, Martin St-Louis, P.K. Subban, John Tavares, Jonathan Toews, Marc-Edouard Vlasic, Shea Weber. (Head Coach: Mike Babcock) Daniel Alfredsson, Nicklas Backstrom, Patrik Berglund, Alexander Edler, Oliver Ekman-Larsson, Jhonas Enroth, Jonathan Ericsson, Jimmie Ericsson, Loui Eriksson, Jonas Gustavsson, Carl Hagelin, Niklas Hjalmarsson, Marcus Johansson, Erik Karlsson, Niklas Kronwall, Marcus Kruger, Gabriel Landeskog, Henrik Lundqvist, Gustav Nyquist, Johnny Oduya, Daniel Sedin, Jakob Silfverberg, Alexander Steen, Henrik Tallinder, Henrik Zetterberg. (Head Coach: Par Marts) Juhamatti Aaltonen, Aleksander Barkov, Mikael Granlund, Juuso Hietanen, Jarkko Immonen, Olli Jokinen, Jussi Jokinen, Leo Komarov, Petri Kontiola, Lauri Korpikoski, Lasse Kukkonen, Jori Lehtera, Kari Lehtonen, Sami Lepisto, Olli Maatta, Antti Niemi, Antti Pihlstrom, Tuukka Rask, Tuomo Ruutu, Sakari Salminen, Sami Salo, Teemu Selanne, Kimmo Timonen, Ossi Vaananen, Sami Vatanen. (Head Coach: Erkka Westerlund)
SWE 5-0 SLO FIN 3-1 RUS CAN 2-1 LAT USA 5-2 CZE
SWE 2-1 FIN CAN 1-0 USA
CAN 3-0 SWE (FIN 5-0 USA)

Vancouver 2010 top

Canada United States Finland
Patrice Bergeron, Dan Boyle, Martin Brodeur, Sidney Crosby, Drew Doughty, Marc-Andre Fleury, Ryan Getzlaf, Dany Heatley, Jarome Iginla, Duncan Keith, Roberto Luongo, Patrick Marleau, Brenden Morrow, Rick Nash, Scott Niedermayer, Corey Perry, Chris Pronger, Mike Richards, Brent Seabrook, Eric Staal, Joe Thornton, Jonathan Toews, Shea Weber. (Head Coach: Mike Babcock) David Backes, Dustin Brown, Ryan Callahan, Chris Drury, Tim Gleason, Erik Johnson, Jack Johnson, Patrick Kane, Ryan Kesler, Phil Kessel, Jamie Langenbrunner, Ryan Malone, Ryan Miller, Brooks Orpik, Zach Parise, Joe Pavelski, Jonathan Quick, Brian Rafalski, Bobby Ryan, Paul Stastny, Ryan Suter, Tim Thomas, Ryan Whitney. (Head Coach: Ron Wilson) Niklas Backstrom, Valtteri Filppula, Niklas Hagman, Jarkko Immonen, Olli Jokinen, Niko Kapanen, Miikka Kiprusoff, Mikko Koivu, Saku Koivu, Lasse Kukkonen, Jere Lehtinen, Sami Lepisto, Toni Lydman, Antti Miettinen, Antero Niittymaki, Janne Niskala, Ville Peltonen, Joni Pitkanen, Jarkko Ruutu, Tuomo Ruutu, Sami Salo, Teemu Selanne, Kimmo Timonen. (Head Coach: Jukka Jalonen)
USA 2-0 SUI FIN 2-0 CZE CAN 7-3 RUS SVK 4-3 SWE
USA 6-1 FIN CAN 3-2 SVK
CAN 3-2* USA (FIN 5-3 SVK)

Torino 2006 top

Sweden Finland Czech Republic
Daniel Alfredsson, Per Johan Axelsson, Christian Backman, Peter Forsberg, Mika Hannula, Niclas Havelid, Tomas Holmstrom, Jorgen Jonsson, Kenny Jonsson, Niklas Kronwall, Nicklas Lidstrom, Stefan Liv, Henrik Lundqvist, Fredrik Modin, Mattias Ohlund, Samuel Pahlsson, Mikael Samuelsson, Daniel Sedin, Henrik Sedin, Mats Sundin, Ronnie Sundin, Mikael Tellqvist, Daniel Tjarnqvist, Henrik Zetterberg. (Head Coach: Bengt Ake Gustafsson) Niklas Backstrom, Aki-Petteri Berg, Niklas Hagman, Jukka Hentunen, Jussi Jokinen, Olli Jokinen, Niko Kapanen, Mikko Koivu, Saku Koivu, Lasse Kukkonen, Antti Laaksonen, Jere Lehtinen, Toni Lydman, Antti-Jussi Niemi, Ville Nieminen, Antero Niittymaki, Fredrik Norrena, Petteri Nummelin, Teppo Numminen, Ville Peltonen, Jarkko Ruutu, Sami Salo, Teemu Selanne, Kimmo Timonen. (Head Coach: Erkka Westerlund) Jan Bulis, Petr Cajanek, Patrik Elias, Martin Erat, Dominik Hasek, Milan Hejduk, Ales Hemsky, Milan Hnilicka, Jaromir Jagr, Frantisek Kaberle, Tomas Kaberle, Ales Kotalik, Filip Kuba, Pavel Kubina, Robert Lang, Marek Malik, Rostislav Olesz, Vaclav Prospal, Martin Rucinsky, Dusan Salficky, Jaroslav Spacek, Martin Straka, Tomas Vokoun, David Vyborny, Marek Zidlicky. (Head Coach: Alois Hadamczik)
SWE 6-2 SUI FIN 4-3 USA RUS 2-0 CAN CZE 3-1 SVK
SWE 7-3 CZE FIN 4-0 RUS
SWE 3-2 FIN (CZE 3-0 RUS)

Salt Lake City 2002 top

Canada United States Russia
Ed Belfour, Rob Blake, Eric Brewer, Martin Brodeur, Theo Fleury, Adam Foote, Simon Gagne, Jarome Iginla, Curtis Joseph, Ed Jovanovski, Paul Kariya, Mario Lemieux, Eric Lindros, Al MacInnis, Scott Niedermayer, Joe Nieuwendyk, Owen Nolan, Mike Peca, Chris Pronger, Joe Sakic, Brendan Shanahan, Ryan Smyth, Steve Yzerman. Tony Amonte, Tom Barrasso, Chris Chelios, Adam Deadmarsh, Chris Drury, Mike Dunham, Bill Guerin, Phil Housley, Brett Hull, John LeClair, Brian Leetch, Aaron Miller, Mike Modano, Tom Poti, Brian Rafalski, Mike Richter, Jeremy Roenick, Brian Rolston, Gary Suter, Keith Tkachuk, Doug Weight, Mike York, Scott Young. Maxim Afinogenov, Ilia Bryzgalov, Pavel Bure, Valeri Bure, Pavel Datsyuk, Sergei Fedorov, Sergei Gonchar, Darius Kasparaitis, Nikolai Khabibulin, Ilia Kovalchuk, Alexei Kovalev, Igor Kravtchouk, Oleg Kvasha, Igor Larionov, Vladimir Malakhov, Danny Markov, Boris Mironov, Andrei Nikolishin, Yegor Podomatsky, Sergei Samsonov, Oleg Tverdovsky, Alexei Yashin, Alex Zhamnov.
RUS 1-0 CZE USA 5-0 GER CAN 2-1 FIN BLR 4-3 SWE
USA 3-2 RUS CAN 7-1 BLR
CAN 5-2 USA (RUS 7-2 BLR)

Nagano 1998 top

Czech Republic Russia Finland
Josef Beranek, Jan Caloun, Jiri Dopita, Jaromir Jagr, David Moravec, Martin Prochazka, Vaclav Prospal, Robert Reichel, Martin Rucinsky, Vladimir Ruzicka, Martin Straka, Vladimir Vujtek, Roman Hamrlik, Frantisek Kaberle, Frantisek Kucera, Libor Prochazka, Jiri Slegr, Jaroslav Spacek, Richard Smehlik, Petr Svoboda, Dominik Hasek, Milan Hnilicka, Roman Cechmanek. Pavel Bure, Valeri Bure, Valeri Kamensky, Andrei Kovalenko, Alexei Kovalev, Sergei Krivokrasov, Alexei Morozov, Sergei Nemchinov, German Titov, Alexei Yashin, Valeri Zelepukin, Alexei Zhamnov, Alexei Gusarov, Alexander Karpovtsev, Darius Kasparaitis, Igor Kravchuk, Boris Mironov, Dmitri Mironov, Dimitri Yushkevich, Alexei Zhitnik, Egor Podomatski, Mikhail Shtalenkov, Andrei Trefilov. Sami Kapanen, Saku Koivu, Jari Kurri, Jere Lehtinen, Juha Lind, Mika Nieminen, Janne Ojanen, Ville Peltonen, Juha Riihijarvi, Christian Ruuttu, Teemu Selanne, Esa Tikkanen, Juha Ylonen, Aki Berg, Tuomas Gronman, Jere Karalehti, Janne Laukkanen, Jyrki Lumme, Janne Niinimaa, Teppo Numminen, Pasi Kuivilienen, Jarmo Myllys, Ari Solander.
CAN 4-1 KAZ CZE 4-1 USA FIN 2-1 SWE RUS 4-1 BLR
CZE 1-1** CAN RUS 7-4 FIN
CZE 1-0 RUS (FIN 3-2 CAN)

Lillehammer 1994 top

Sweden Canada Finland
Hakan Algotsson, Charles Berglund, Jonas Bergqvist, Andreas Dackell, Christian Due-Boije, Niklas Eriksson, Peter Forsberg, Roger Hansson, Roger Johansson, Jorgen Jonsson, Kenny Jonsson, Tomas Jonsson, Patrik Juhlin, Patrik Kjellberg, Hakan Loob, Mats Naslund, Stefan Örnskog, Leif Rohlin, Daniel Rydmark, Tommy Salo, Frederik Stillman, Michael Sundlon, Magnus Svensson. Adrian Aucoin, David Harlock, Corey Hirsch, Todd Hlushko, Greg Johnson, Fabian Joseph, Paul Kariya, Chris Kontos, Manny Legace, Ken Lovsin, Derek Mayer, Peter Nedved, Dwayne Norris, Greg Parks, Allan Roy, Jean-Yves Roy, Brian Savage, Brad Schlegel, Wally Schreiber, Chris Therien, Todd Warriner, Brad Werenka. Mika Alatalo, Erik Hamalainen, Raimo Helminen, Timo Jutila, Sami Kapanen, Esa Keskinen, Marko Kiprusoff, Saku Koivu, Janne Laukkanen, Tero Lehtera, Jere Lehtinen, Mikko Makela, Jarmo Myllys, Mika Nieminen, Janne Ojanen, Marko Palo, Ville Peltonen, Pasi Sormunen, Mika Stromberg, Jukka Tammi, Petri Varis, Hannu Virta.
FIN 6-1 USA CAN 3-2* CZE RUS 3-2* SVK SWE 3-0 GER
CAN 5-3 FIN SWE 4-3 RUS
SWE 2-2** CAN (FIN 4-0 RUS)

Albertville 1992 top

Unified Team Canada Czechoslovakia
Sergei Bautin, Igor Boldin, Nikolai Borchevsky, Vyacheslav Butsayev, Vyacheslav Bykov, Evgeny Davydov, Darius Kasparaitis, Yuri Khmylev, Andrei Khomutov, Andrei Kovalenko, Alexei Kovalev, Igor Kravchuk, Vladimir Malakhov, Dmitri Mironov, Sergei Petrenko, Vitali Prokhorov, Mikhail Shtalenkov, Andrei Trefilov, Dmitri Yushkevich, Alexei Zhamnov, Alexei Zhitnik, Sergei Zubov. Dave Archibald, Todd Brost, Sean Burke, Kevin Dahl, Curt Giles, Dave Hannan, Gord Hynes, Fabian Joseph, Joe Juneau, Trevor Kidd, Patrick Lebeau, Chris Lindberg, Eric Lindros, Kent Manderville, Adrian Plavsic, Dan Ratushny, Brad Schlegel, Wally Schreiber, Randy Smith, Dave Tippett, Brian Tutt, Jason Woolley. Patrik Augusta, Leo Gudas, Miloslav Horava, Petr Hrbek, Otakar Janecky, Tomas Jelinek, Drahomir Kadlec, Kamil Kastak, Robert Lang, Igor Liba, Ladislav Lubina, Frantisek Prochazka, Petr Rosol, Bedrich Scerban, Jiri Slegr, Richard Smehlik, Robert Svehla, Oldrich Svoboda, Radek Toupal, Petr Veselovsky, Richard Zemlicka.
CAN 3-3** GER TCH 3-1 SWE USA 4-1 FRA UNT 6-1 FIN
CAN 4-2 TCH UNT 5-2 USA
UNT 3-1 CAN (TCH 6-1 USA)

Calgary 1988 top

Soviet Union Finland Sweden
Vladimir Krutov, Igor Larionov, Vyacheslay Fetisov, Sergey Makarov, Alexey Kasatonov, Valeriy Kamensky, Andrei Khomutov, Anatoliy Semenyov, Alexandr Mogilny, Vyacheslav Byko Sergey Svetlov, Ilya Byakin, Sergey Yachin, Alexandr Tchernykh, Andrey Lomakin, Alexev Gusarov, Alexahdr Kozhevnikov, Igor Stelnov, Sergey Starikov, Igor Kravchuk, Sergey Mylnikov, Vitaliy Somoilov. Timo Blomqvist, Kari Eloranta, Jyrki Lumme, Jukka Virtanen, Arto Ruotanen, Reijo Ruotsalainen, Simo Saarinen, Kai Suikkanen, Raimo Helminen, Iiro Jarvi, Esa Keskinen, Erkki Laine, Kari Laitinen, Erkki Lehtonen, Reijo Mikkolainen, Janne Ojanen, Timo Susi, Pekka Tuomisto, Teppo Numminen, Jari Torkki, Jukka Tammi, Jarmo Myllys. Peter Andersson, Anders Eldebrink, Lars Ivarsson, Lars Karlsson, Mats Kihlstrom, Tommy Samuelsson, Mikael Andersson, Bo Berglund, Jonas Bergqvist, Peter Eriksson, Michael Hjalm, Mikael Johansson, Lars Molin, Lars Pettersson, Thomas Rundqvist, Ulf Sandstrom, Hakan Sodergren, Jens Ohling, Thomas Eriksson, Thom Eklund, Peter Ahslin, Peter Lindmark, Anders Bergman.
Round-robin

Sarajevo 1984 top

Soviet Union Czechoslovakia Sweden
Vyatcheslav Fetissov, Aleksey Kassatonov, Sergey Makarov, Igor Larionov, Vladimir Kroutov, Vassili Pervukhin, Zenetoula Bilyatletdinov, Sergey Chepelev, Aleksandr Guerasimov, Andrei Khomoutov, Igor Stelnov, Sergei Starikov, Nikolai Drozdetsky, Viktor Tumenyev, Aleksandr Kozhevnikov, Aleksandr Skvortsov, Vladimir Kovin, Mikhail Vasilyev, Valdimir Zoubkov. Milan Chalupa, Jaroslav Benak, Jiri Lala, Vladimir Kyhos, Frantischek Tchernik, Arnold Kadlec, Miloslav Horava, Igor Liba, Darius Rusnak, Vincent Lukatch, Radoslav Svoboda, Eduard Uvira, Pavel Richter, Vladimir Ruzsitchka, Vladimir Cladr, Jiri Hrdina, Duschan Paschek, Jaroslav Korbela. Arne Michael Thelven, Bo Ericsson, Jens Erik Ohling, Per-Erik Eklung, Peter Gradin, Thomas Ahlen, Mats Thelin, Karl Soedergren, Mats Waltin, Tommy Motrh, Goeran Lindblom, Leif Nordin, Tomas Sandstroem, Lars Eriksson, Thom Eklund, Peter Hjalm, Thomas Rundquist, Mats Hessel.
Round-robin

Lake Placid 1980 top

United States Soviet Union Sweden
Steven Janaszak, James Craig, Kenneth Morrow, Michael Ramsey, William Baker, John O'Callahan, Bob Suter, David Silk, Neal Broten, Mark Johnson, Steven Christoff, Mark Wells, Mark Pavelich, Eric Strobel, Michael Eruzione, David Christain, Robert McLanahan, William Schneider, Philip Verchota, John Harrington. Vladimir Mischkin, Vladislav Tretiak, Vyacheslav Fetissov, Vassiliy Pervuchin, Valeriy Vassilyev, Aleksey Kasanotov, Sergey Starikov, Zinetula Bilyaletdinov, Vladimir Krutov, Alexandr Maltsev, Yuriy Lebedyev, Boris Mikhailov, Vladimir Petrov, Valeriy Kharlamov, Helmut Balderis, Victor Jlutkov, Aleksandr Golikov, Sergey Makarov, Vladimir Golikov, Aleksandr Skvortzov. Pelle Lindbergh, William Lofqvist, Tomas Jonsson, Sture Andersson, Ulf Weinstock, Jan Eriksson, Tommy Samuelsson, Mats Waltin, Thomas Eriksson, Per Lundqvist, Mats Ahlberg, Hakan Eriksson, Mats Naslund, Lennart Norberg, Bengt Lundholm, Leif Holmgren, Bo Berglund, Harald Luckner, Dan Soderstrom, Lars Molin.
Round-robin

Medal Table top

Ps Country CNT GD SV BZ TOT
1. Canada CAN 9 4 2 15
2. Soviet Union URS 8 1 1 10
3. United States USA 2 8 1 11
4. Sweden SWE 2 3 4 9
5. Great Britain GBR 1 - 1 2
. Czech Republic CZE 1 - 1 2
7. Czechoslovakia TCH - 4 4 8
8. Finland FIN - 2 4 6
9. Russia RUS - 1 1 2
10. Switzerland SUI - - 2 2
11. Germany GER - - 1 1
. West Germany FRG - - 1 1
 
  12 countries   23 23 23 69

Individual Medal Table top

Ps Name GD SV BZ Medal Details
1. Vladislav Tretiak, URS 3 1 0 72 76 84 // 80 // -
2. Vitali Davydov, Anatoli Firsov, Viktor Kuzkin, Aleksandr Ragulin, URS 3 - - 64 68 72 // - // -
. Andrei Khomutov, URS 3 - - 84 88 92 // - // -
7. Igor Kravchuk, URS/RUS 2 1 1 88 92 // 98 // 02
8. Valeri Kharlamov, Aleksandr Maltsev, Boris Mikhailov, Vladimir Petrov, Valeri Vasiliev, URS 2 1 - 72 76 // 80 // -
. Vyacheslav Fetisov, Alexei Kasatonov, Vladimir Krutov, Sergei Makarov, Sergei Starikov, URS 2 1 - 84 88 // 80 // -
18. Veniamin Aleksandrov, URS 2 - 1 64 68 // - // 60
. Igor Larionov, URS/RUS 2 - 1 84 88 // - // 02
20. Viktor Konovalenko, Boris Mayorov, Vyacheslav Starshinov, Oleg Zaytsev, URS 2 - - 64 68 // - // -
. Yevgeni Mishakov, Igor Romishevsky, Vladimir Vikulov, Yevgeni Zimin, URS 2 - - 68 72 // - // -
. Vladimir Lutchenko, Vladimir Shadrin, Gennadi Tsygankov, Aleksander Yakushev, URS 2 - - 72 76 // - // -
. Aleksandr Kozhevnikov, Igor Stelnov, URS 2 - - 84 88 // - // -
. Vyacheslav Bykov, URS 2 - - 88 92 // - // -
. Peter Forsberg, Jorgen Jonsson, Kenny Jonsson, SWE 2 - - 94 06 // - // -
. Martin Brodeur, Jarome Iginla, Scott Niedermayer, Chris Pronger, CAN 2 - - 02 10 // - // -
(52) Patrice Bergeron, Sidney Crosby, Drew Doughty, Ryan Getzlaf, Duncan Keith, Roberto Luongo, Patrick Marleau, Rick Nash, Corey Perry, Jonathan Toews, Shea Weber, CAN 2 - - 10 14 // - // -

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