Informations associées aux CNO - Sweden

Dossard Nom Date de naissance
1 25 juin 1988
4 10 sept. 1982
5 05 nov. 1993
6 23 juin 1986
8 18 févr. 1985
10 05 déc. 1983
12 10 juin 1987
15 19 avr. 1991
17 05 oct. 1991
18 31 déc. 1991
19 27 mars 1987
20 02 mars 1982
22 18 janv. 1986
25 17 janv. 1986
26 13 avr. 2000
28 25 avr. 1987
29 15 déc. 1988
30 08 août 1982
35 04 avr. 1991
37 06 janv. 1991
45 22 janv. 1989
48 28 janv. 1991
51 11 déc. 1987
58 24 avr. 1991
67 05 févr. 1987
Officiels d'équipe
Fonction Nom
Entraîneur adjoint de l'équipe
Entraîneur adjoint de l'équipe
Entraîneur chef de l'équipe

Épreuves et médailles

Épreuve Rang Médaille
Hommes 5


Sweden - Calendrier

Calendrier
Heure de début Épreuve Statut
jeu., 15 févr. 16:40
Hommes Tour préliminaire - Groupe C
Norway
0
Sweden
4
Terminée
ven., 16 févr. 21:10
Hommes Tour préliminaire - Groupe C
Sweden
1
Germany
0
Terminée
dim., 18 févr. 21:10
Hommes Tour préliminaire - Groupe C
Sweden
3
Finland
1
Terminée
mer., 21 févr. 21:10
Hommes Phase finale, quarts de finale
Sweden
3
Germany
4
Terminée

Biographie

Langues parlées ENG
Événements marquants
RankYearLocation
Olympic Winter Games
12006Turin, ITA
11994Lillehammer, NOR
22014Sochi, RUS
21964Innsbruck, AUT
21928St. Moritz, SUI
31988Calgary, AB, CAN
31984Sarajevo, YUG
31980Lake Placid, NY, USA
31952Oslo, NOR
41972Sapporo, JPN
41968Grenoble, FRA
41956Cortina d'Ampezzo, ITA
41948St. Moritz, SUI
41924Chamonix, FRA
41920Antwerp, BEL
52010Vancouver, BC, CAN
52002Salt Lake City, UT, USA
51998Nagano, JPN
51992Albertville, FRA
51960Squaw Valley, CA, USA
51936Garmisch-Partenkirchen, GER
World Championship
12017France/Germany
12013Sweden/Finland
12006Latvia
11998Switzerland
11992Czechoslovakia
11991Finland
11987Austria
11962United States of America
11957Soviet Union
11953Switzerland
22011Slovakia
22004Czech Republic
22003Finland
21997Finland
21995Sweden
21993Germany
21990Switzerland
21986Soviet Union
21981Sweden
21977Austria
21973Soviet Union
21970Sweden
21969Sweden
21967Austria
21964Austria
21963Sweden
21951France
21947Czechoslovakia
21928Switzerland
32014Belarus
32010Germany
32009Switzerland
32002Sweden
32001Germany
31999Norway
31994Italy
31979Soviet Union
31976Poland
31975Federal Republic of Germany
31974Finland
31972Czechoslovakia
31971Switzerland
31965Finland
31958Norway
31954Sweden
31952Norway
42008Canada
42007Russian Federation
42005Austria
41989Sweden
41983Federal Republic of Germany
41982Finland
41978Czechoslovakia
41968France
41966Yugoslavia
41961Switzerland
41956Italy
41949Sweden
41948Switzerland
41924France
41920Belgium
52015Czech Republic
51960United States of America
51959Czechoslovakia
51955Germany
51950Great Britain
51938Czechoslovakia
51936Germany
51935Switzerland
62016Russian Federation
62012Sweden/Finland
61996Austria
61985Czechoslovakia
61931Poland
72000Russian Federation
91937Great Britain
World Junior Championship
12012Canada
11981Federal Republic of Germany
22009Canada
22008Czech Republic
21996United States of America
21994Czech Republic
21993Sweden
21992Germany
21989United States of America
21978Canada
32010Canada
31995Canada
31987Czechoslovakia
31980Finland
31979Sweden
42011United States of America
42001Russian Federation
41999Canada
41983Soviet Union
52000Sweden
51990Finland
51988Soviet Union
51986Canada
51985Finland
51984Sweden
51982United States of America
51977Czechoslovakia
61998Finland
61991Canada
81997Switzerland
World Championship Under 18
22011Germany
22010Belarus
42008Russian Federation
52009United States of America
Informations supplémentaires

General
Sweden are the reigning world champions, having defeated Canada in a shootout at the 2017 World Championships to claim their 10th world title and first world championship medal since bronze in 2014.

Sweden were Olympic silver medallists in Sochi in 2014, losing the final 3-0 to Canada. Sweden have won two Olympic gold medals, the first against Canada in 1994 and the second in 2006 in Turin against Finland, their Group C rivals in Pyeongchang. A few months after its triumph at the 2006 Games, Sweden won the world title to become the first team to claim Olympic and world championship gold medals in the same year.

Olympic silver medals also came at the 1964 and 1928 Games, as well as four bronze medals including three in a row from 1980 to 1988.

Only on two occasions has Sweden not attended the Olympic Winter Games. The first time came in 1932 when only four nations competed in the ice hockey tournament, and the second was in 1976 when it joined Canada's boycott in protest against professionals not being allowed to compete.

Sweden qualified for Pyeongchang courtesy of the 2015 world rankings.



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