U20 All-Time Record Book

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  1. svetovy poharu

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    Home ice in many sports might be considered a blessing, but in the world of U20 hockey it has become a curse. In 29 years, only four hosting teams have won the gold medal. The last time it happened was when Finland won in Helsinki in 1998. Other times when host team won: Canada in 1991 and 1995, and the Soviet Union in 1983. The good news for host Canada is that the field this year is considered to be wide open.

    Here is a brief list of the IIHF World U20 Championship records from the All-Time Record Book:

    U20 All-Time Leading Scorers:

    1. Peter Forsberg (SWE).............14 GP, 10 G + 32 A = 42 PTS
    2. Robert Reichel (TCH)..............21 GP, 18 G + 22 A = 40 PTS
    3. Pavel Bure (URS)...................21 GP, 27 G + 12 A = 39 PTS
    4. Alexander Mogilny (URS).........21 GP, 18 G + 17 A = 35 PTS
    5. Esa Tikkanen (FIN)................21 GP, 17 G + 18 A = 35 PTS
    6. Vladimir Ruzicka (TCH)............19 GP, 25 G + 9 A = 34 PTS
    7. Markus Naslund (SWE)...........14 GP, 21 G + 13 A = 34 PTS
    8. Niklas Sundstrom (SWE).........21 GP, 18 G + 15 A = 33 PTS
    9. Esa Keskinen (FIN)................14 GP, 10 G + 22 A = 32 PTS
    10. Eric Lindros (CAN)................21 GP, 12 G + 19 A = 31 PTS

    U20 All-Time Goal Scorers:

    1. Pavel Bure (URS)...................27 goals, 1989-91
    2. Vladimir Ruzicka (TCH)............25 goals, 1981-83
    3. Markus Naslund (SWE)............21 goals, 1992-93
    4. Robert Reichel (TCH)..............18 goals, 1988-90
    4. Petr Rosol (TCH)....................18 goals, 1982-84
    4. Alexander Ovechkin (RUS)........18 goals, 2003-05

    U20 All-Time Assist Leaders:

    1. Peter Forsberg (SWE)..............32 assists, 1992-93
    2. Robert Reichel (TCH)...............22 assists, 1988-90
    2. Esa Keskinen (FIN)..................22 assists, 1984-85
    4. Eric Lindros (CAN)...................19 assists, 1990-92
    5. Esa Tikkanen (FIN)..................18 assists, 1983-85
    5. Raimo Helminen (FIN)...............18 assists, 1983-84

    Single Tournament Points Leaders:

    1. Peter Forsberg (SWE)..............31 pts = 7 G + 24 A
    2. Markus Naslund (SWE).............24 pts = 13 G + 11 A
    2. Raimo Helminen (FIN)...............24 pts = 11 G + 13 A
    4. Robert Reichel (TCH)...............21 pts = 11 G + 10 A
    5. Vladimir Ruzicka (TCH).............20 pts = 12 G + 8 A

    Single Tournament Goal Leaders:

    1. Markus Naslund (SWE).............13 goals, 1993
    2. Pavel Bure (URS).....................12 goals, 1991
    2. Vladimir Ruzicka (TCH)..............12 goals, 1983
    4. Several tied with 11 goals

    Single Tournament Assists Leaders:

    1. Peter Forsberg (SWE)...............24 assists, 1993
    2. Doug Weight (USA)..................14 assists, 1991
    2. Esa Keskinen (FIN)...................14 assists, 1985
    4. Jaromir Jagr (TCH)....................13 assists, 1990
    4. Raimo Helminen (FIN)................13 assists, 1984

    All-Time U20 Standings:

    Canada.............29 years, 191 GP (131 W, 21 T, 39 L), 11 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze
    Finland.............29 years, 193 GP (108 W, 16 T, 69 L), 2 gold, 4 silver, 5 bronze
    Sweden............29 years, 193 GP (106 W, 13 T, 74 L), 1 gold, 6 silver, 4 bronze
    USA.................29 years, 192 GP ( 88 W, 9 T, 95 L), 1 gold, 1 silver, 2 bronze
    Soviet Union.....15 years, 99 GP ( 79 W, 5 T, 15 L), 9 gold, 3 silver, 2 bronze
    Russia..............14 years, 94 GP ( 64 W, 8 T, 22 L), 3 gold, 4 silver, 3 bronze
    Czechoslovakia..16 years, 106 GP (61 W, 12 T, 32 L), 0 gold, 5 silver, 6 bronze
    Czech Republic...13 years, 88 GP (44 W, 9 T, 35 L), 2 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze
    Slovakia............10 years, 73 GP (27 W, 8 T, 29 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze
    Switzerland........19 years, 124 GP (27 W, 6 T, 91 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 1 bronze
    Germany............21 years, 135 GP (21 W, 3 T, 111 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Kazakhstan.........4 years, 25 GP (4 W, 2 T, 20 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Belarus...............5 years, 30 GP (3 W, 2 T, 25 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Ukraine...............4 years, 26 GP (3 W, 1 T, 17 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Poland................6 years, 41 GP (2 W, 2 T, 37 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Norway...............5 years, 33 GP (3 W, 0 T, 30 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    France................1 year, 6 GP (1 W, 0 T, 5 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Austria................2 years, 11 GP (0 W, 1 T, 10 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
    Japan..................1 year, 7 GP (0 W, 0 T, 7 L), 0 gold, 0 silver, 0 bronze
     
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    what the hell are those standings? Russia and the Sovet Union are the same team, I bet they separated them just to have Canada 1st
     
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    Roshiajin, the standings were published and compiled by the IIHF. I must admit I do not know what their criteria is for the listing by various teams. All of this information is not meant to offend. It's just a compilation record book of facts by the IIHF which is being used for the upcoming U20. Sorry for the misunderstanding.
     
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    Here are some other facts from the World Junior Championship Record book:

    Most Gold Medals in a row:

    5 Canada 1993-1997
    4 USSR 1977-1980

    Most Goals scored by a team in a game:

    21 Czechoslovakia beat Austria 21-4, 1981
    20 Sweden beat Japan 20-1, 1993
    19 Finland beat Switzerland 19-1, 1980
    19 USSR beat Austria 19-1, 1981
    19 USA beat Norway 19-1, 1991

    Most Points in a single tournament by a defenceman:

    14 Peter Andersson, SWE (4 G + 10 A), 1985 in Finland
    10 Jan Vopat, TCH (6 G + 4 A), 1993 in Sweden

    Most Points by a forward line:

    69 Markus Naslund, Peter Forsberg, Niklas Sundstrom, SWE
    (30 G + 39 A), 1993 in Sweden
    52 Esa Keskinen, Mikko Makela, Esa Tikkanen, FIN
    (24 G + 28 A), 1985 in Finland
    50 Robert Reichel, Jaromir Jagr, Bobby Holik, TCH
    (22 G + 28 A), 1990 in Finland
    47 Esa Keskinen, Raimo Helminen, Esa Tikkanen, FIN
    (23 G + 24 A), 1984 in Sweden
    46 Raimo Summanen, Petri Skriko, Risto Jalo, FIN
    (22 G + 24 A), 1982 in USA
    41 Mike Modano, Jeremy Roenick, John Leclair, USA
    (20 G + 21 A), 1989 in Anchorage

    Most Shutouts in One Year:

    2 Ken Wregget, CAN, 1984 in Sweden
    2 Sam Lindstahl, SWE, 1987 in Czechoslovakia
    2 Johan Borg, SWE, 1987 in Czechoslovakia
    2 Pascall Leclaire, CAN, 2002 in Czech Republic
     
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