Olympians Who Won a Medal at the European Ice Hockey Championships (823)

Athlete Nation(s) Sport(s) Era Notes
Christer Abrahamsson SWE ICH 1972 0–1–3 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Karl Abrahamsson SWE ICH 1928 2–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1932 Berlin gold
Thommy Abrahamsson SWE ICH 1972 0–2–3 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Tadeusz Adamowski POL Coach/ICH 1928 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Jan Erik Adolfsen NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Mats Åhlberg SWE ICH 1972—1980 0–3–3 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze; 1976 Katowice silver; 1977 Wien silver; 1978 Praha bronze
Annica Åhlén SWE ICH 1998—2002 1–4–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen silver; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Tommy Albelin SWE ICH 1998 0–1–1 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Veniamin Aleksandrov URS ICH 1960—1968 9–2–0 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold
Lotta Almblad SWE ICH 1998—2002 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Aleksandr Almetov URS ICH 1960—1964 6–1–0 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold
Göte Almqvist SWE ICH 1952 2–1–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver
Otto Amenth (DNS) AUT ICH 1936 0–2–0 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Åke Andersson SWE ICH 1948—1952 3–3–2 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver
Anders Andersson SWE ICH 1960—1964 2–1–3 1957 Moskva gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze
Fredrik Andersson (DNS) SWE ICH 1992 1–0–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Gunilla Andersson SWE ICH 1998—2010 1–2–0 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Peter Andersson SWE ICH 1988—1992 1–2–2 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Stig Andersson SWE ICH 1936—1948 0–0–2 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Sture Andersson SWE ICH 1980 0–0–1 1979 Moskva bronze
Hans Andersson-Tvilling SWE ICH 1952—1956 3–1–1 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Stig Andersson-Tvilling SWE ICH 1952—1956 3–2–1 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Gian Andreossi SUI ICH 1928 0–1–2 1922 St. Moritz bronze; 1924 Milano bronze; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Mezzi Andreossi SUI ICH/Referee 1928—1936 1–1–2 1922 St. Moritz bronze; 1924 Milano bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Paul Anspach BEL FEN/FIE 1908—1976 0–0–1 1911 Berlin bronze
Sandy Archer GBR ICH 1936 3–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold; 1938 Praha gold
Wilhelm Arwe SWE ICH 1920—1924 1–0–0 1921 Stockholm gold
Peter Åslin SWE ICH 1988 1–1–1 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Josef Augusta CZE
TCH
Coach/ICH 1976—2002 0–3–1 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1978 Praha silver
Yevgeny Babich URS ICH 1956 3–1–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver
Sergey Babinov URS ICH 1976 4–0–2 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Jerguš Bača SVK ICH 1994 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Stanislav Bacílek TCH ICH 1956 0–2–3 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver
Helmūts Balderis URS ICH 1980 3–0–2 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Rudi Ball GER ICH 1932—1936 1–0–4 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold; 1933 Praha bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1937 London bronze; 1938 Praha bronze
Hans Bänninger SUI ICH 1948—1952 1–2–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Miklós Barcza HUN ICH 1928—1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Slavomír Bartoň TCH ICH 1952—1956 0–1–3 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze
Yury Baulin URS Coach/ICH 1960—1976 2–0–0 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Gian Bazzi SUI ICH 1952 0–0–2 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Martin Beck GER ICH 1956 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Vladimír Bednář TCH ICH 1972 1–0–2 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1972 Praha gold
Yevgeny Belosheykin (DNS) URS ICH 1988 2–0–0 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold
Jaroslav Benák TCH ICH 1984—1988 0–3–0 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver
Folke Bengtsson SWE ICH 1968 0–1–1 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze
Arne Berg NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Trygve Bergeid NOR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Bo Berglund SWE ICH 1980—1988 0–0–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Charles Berglund SWE ICH 1992—1994 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Emil Bergman SWE ICH 1928 1–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Thommie Bergman SWE ICH 1972 0–0–2 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze
Sven Bergquist SWE Coach/FTB/ICH 1936—1948 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Jonas Bergqvist SWE ICH 1988—1994 0–2–1 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Kristina Bergstrand SWE ICH 1998—2002 0–4–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen silver; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver
István Bethlen HUN POL 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Joachim Albrecht von Bethmann-Hollweg GER ICH 1936 1–0–1 1934 Milano gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Fredy Bieler SUI ICH 1948 1–2–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver
Toni Biersack GER ICH 1956 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Karl Bierschel GER ICH 1952—1956 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Zinetula Bilyaletdinov RUS
URS
Coach/ICH 1980—2014 8–0–0 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold
Lars Björn SWE ICH 1952—1960 3–3–4 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze
François Blank SUI ICH 1952 0–0–2 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Miloslav Blažek TCH ICH 1952 0–1–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver
Viktor Blinov URS ICH 1968 1–0–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold
Yury Blinov URS ICH 1972 0–1–0 1972 Praha silver
Gert Blomé SWE ICH 1960—1964 1–4–3 1958 Oslo silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver
Göte Blomqvist SWE ICH 1952 2–1–1 1950 London bronze; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver
Timo Blomqvist FIN ICH 1988—1992 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Vsevolod Bobrov URS FTB/ICH 1952—1956 3–1–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver
Josef Boháč TCH ICH 1936 0–1–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver
Hanggi Boller SUI Coach/ICH 1948—1956 1–2–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver
Jimmy Borland GBR ICH 1936 1–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold
Vladimír Bouzek TCH Coach/ICH 1948—1956 3–0–0 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Mojmír Božík TCH ICH 1988 0–1–1 1987 Wien silver; Bern and Fribourg bronze
Bobby Breiter SUI ICH 1928 0–1–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Edgar Brenchley GBR ICH 1936 2–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold
Petr Bříza CZE
TCH
ICH 1988—1994 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver (competed for Czechoslovakia); 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze (competed for Czechoslovakia)
Sigurd Bröms SWE ICH 1956—1960 2–2–4 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze
Herbert Brück AUT ICH 1928 2–3–2 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec silver; 1926 Davos bronze; 1927 Wien gold; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Walter Brück AUT ICH 1928 1–1–3 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec silver; 1926 Davos bronze; 1927 Wien gold; 1929 Budapest bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze
Jiří Bubla TCH ICH 1976—1980 3–5–1 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver
Gustav Bubník TCH Coach/ICH 1948—1968 2–0–0 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Václav Bubník TCH Coach/ICH 1952—1964 0–2–2 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Vlastimil Bubník TCH ICH 1952—1964 1–3–4 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze
Manfred Buder GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Luděk Bukač CZE
TCH
Coach/ICH 1984—1994 1–0–1 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze
Jaromír Bünter TCH ICH 1956 1–0–1 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold
Pavel Bure RUS ICH 1998—2002 0–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Roger Bureau BEL ICH 1928—1936 0–1–0 1927 Wien silver
Pernilla Burholm SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Eric Burman SWE ICH 1920—1924 1–1–0 1921 Stockholm gold; 1922 St. Moritz silver
Vyacheslav Butsayev EUN ICH 1992 1–0–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Ilya Byakin URS ICH 1988 2–1–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Mikhail Bychkov URS ICH 1960 3–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund and Köln gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Slava Bykov RUS
URS
EUN
Coach/ICH 1988—2010 6–1–0 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Vladimír Caldr TCH ICH 1984 0–1–0 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver
Arne Carlsson SWE ICH 1968 0–4–3 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Herman Carlsson SWE ICH 1936 1–0–1 1932 Berlin gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Ruben Carlsson SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Stig Carlsson SWE ICH 1948—1956 2–3–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Colin Carruthers GBR ICH 1924—1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Eric Carruthers GBR ICH 1924—1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Yngve Casslind SWE ICH 1956 1–1–0 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold
Sandra Cattaneo SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Ferdinand Cattini SUI ICH 1936—1948 1–3–3 1932 Berlin bronze; 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze
Hans Cattini SUI ICH 1936—1948 2–3–2 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze
Susanne Ceder SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen silver; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Bixio Celio SUI ICH 1952 0–0–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
František Černík TCH ICH 1984 1–2–2 1976 Katowice gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver
Josef Černý TCH ICH 1960—1972 1–6–5 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver
Alois Cetkovský TCH ICH 1936 1–3–2 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel silver
Milan Chalupa TCH ICH 1976—1984 2–3–2 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver
Jimmy Chappell GBR ICH 1936—1948 3–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold; 1938 Praha gold
André Charlet FRA ICH 1924—1928 1–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver; 1924 Milano gold
Miloslav Charouzd TCH ICH 1952 1–1–1 1949 Stockholm gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze
Pierre Charpentier FRA ICH 1920—1924 1–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver; 1924 Milano gold
Jacques Chaudron FRA ICH 1924 0–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver
Aleksandr Chernykh URS ICH 1988 1–0–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold
Art Child GBR ICH 1936 1–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold
Hector Chotteau BEL ICH 1924—1928 0–1–1 1924 Milano bronze; 1927 Wien silver
Zdeněk Cíger SVK ICH 1998 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Otto Cimrman TCH ICH 1956 0–0–1 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Albert Collon BEL ICH 1928 0–1–0 1927 Wien silver
Raoul Couvert FRA ICH 1924—1928 1–0–0 1924 Milano gold
Johnny Coward GBR ICH 1936 2–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold
Jiří Crha TCH ICH 1976 0–3–1 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1978 Praha silver
István Csák HUN HOK/ICH 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Franz Csöngei AUT Coach/ICH 1936—1948 0–1–2 1933 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze; 1947 Praha bronze
Ross Cuthbert GBR ICH 1924—1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Per Dahl NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Ulf Dahlén SWE ICH 1998—2002 0–0–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Hans Dahllöf SWE ICH 1968 0–0–1 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze
Gordon Dailley GBR ICH 1936 3–1–0 1935 Davos silver; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold; 1938 Praha gold
Olav Dalsøren NOR ICH 1964—1968 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Bronislav Danda TCH ICH 1952—1960 0–3–2 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver
Gerry Davey GBR ICH 1936—1948 3–1–0 1935 Davos silver; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold; 1938 Praha gold
Vitaly Davydov URS ICH 1964—1972 9–0–0 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold
Yevgeny Davydov EUN ICH 1992 0–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Louis De Ridder BEL BOB/ICH/SSK 1924—1936 0–1–1 1924 Milano bronze; 1927 Wien silver
Othmar Delnon SUI Coach/ICH 1948 1–0–1 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold
Reto Delnon SUI ICH 1952 2–1–2 1939 Zürich and Basel gold; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Fritz Demmer AUT ICH 1936—1948 1–2–3 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze; 1947 Praha bronze
Maurice Deprez BEL ICH 1920 1–0–3 1910 Les Avants bronze; 1911 Berlin bronze; 1913 München gold; 1914 Berlin bronze
Jacques Dietrichstein AUT ICH 1928 2–2–2 1927 Wien gold; 1929 Budapest bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Jiří Dolana TCH ICH 1964 1–0–2 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze
Jiří Doležal CZE
TCH
ICH 1988—1994 0–2–1 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Wolfgang Dorasil TCH ICH 1928 2–0–2 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze; 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze
Jaroslav Drobný TCH ICH 1948 2–1–0 1939 Zürich and Basel silver; 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Nikolay Drozdetsky URS ICH 1984 3–0–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1985 Praha gold
Louis Dufour, Jr. SUI ICH 1920—1928 1–1–2 1924 Milano bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso, Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Vítězslav Ďuriš TCH ICH 1980 0–1–0 1979 Moskva silver
Hans Dürst SUI ICH 1948 0–1–0 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Walter Dürst SUI ICH 1976 2–1–1 1939 Zürich and Basel gold; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Walter Paul Dürst SUI ICH 1948—1952 0–1–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Vladimír Dvořáček TCH ICH 1960 0–1–0 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver
Miroslav Dvořák TCH ICH 1976—1980 2–4–2 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver
Vladimír Dzurilla TCH ICH 1964—1972 3–3–4 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1972 Praha gold; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold
Bohuslav Ebermann TCH ICH 1976—1980 1–4–1 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze
Ann-Louise Edstrand SWE ICH 1998—2006 1–1–0 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Markus Egen GER Coach/ICH 1952—1964 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Wilhelm Egginger GER ICH 1936 0–0–5 1933 Praha bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1937 London bronze; 1938 Praha bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze
Per-Erik Eklund SWE ICH 1984 1–2–0 1986 Moskva silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Thom Eklund SWE ICH 1984—1988 0–1–1 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1986 Moskva silver
Anders Eldebrink SWE ICH 1988 1–2–1 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Joa Elfsberg SWE ICH 1998—2006 1–0–0 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Åsa Elfving SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Kari Eloranta FIN ICH 1980—1992 0–0–1 1986 Moskva bronze
Patricia Elsmore-Sautter SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Bjørn Elvenes NOR ICH 1964 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Holger Engberg SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Egon Engel AUT ICH 1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Karl Enzler GER ICH 1952 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Carl Erhardt GBR Coach/ICH/Referee 1936—1948 2–1–0 1935 Davos silver; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold
Patrik Erickson SWE ICH 1992 1–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere silver
Åke Ericson SWE ICH 1936—1948 0–0–2 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Bo Ericsson SWE ICH 1984 0–0–1 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund and München bronze
Rolf Ericsson SWE ICH 1948 1–2–2 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold
Håkan Eriksson SWE ICH 1980—1984 0–0–1 1979 Moskva bronze
Jan Eriksson SWE ICH 1980 0–2–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Peter Eriksson SWE ICH 1988 0–0–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Thomas Eriksson SWE ICH 1980—1988 1–1–3 1979 Moskva bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Hans Ertl AUT ICH 1928 0–2–2 1929 Budapest bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Richard Farda TCH ICH 1972 1–2–3 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver
Mátyás Farkas HUN ATH/ICH 1928—1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Charly Fasel SUI ICH 1928 1–1–2 1924 Milano bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Bernard Fawcett GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Walter Feistritzer AUT ICH 1948 0–0–2 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze; 1947 Praha bronze
Anne Ferm SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Vyacheslav Fetisov RUS
URS
Coach/ICH 1980—2002 9–1–1 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Anatoly Firsov URS ICH 1964—1972 8–0–0 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold
Sari Fisk FIN ICH 1998—2006 4–0–1 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Jan Fleischmann TCH ICH 1924 1–2–0 1911 Berlin gold; 1912 Praha annuled (gold); 1913 München silver; 1914 Berlin gold; 1921 Stockholm silver
Miloslav Fleischmann TCH ICH 1924 2–1–1 1911 Berlin gold; 1912 Praha annuled (gold); 1913 München silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze
Thord Flodqvist SWE ICH 1952 3–2–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver
Jimmy Foster GBR ICH 1936 3–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold; 1938 Praha gold
François Franck BEL ICH 1920—1928 0–0–1 1924 Milano bronze
Ludovic Franck BEL SAI 1928—1948 0–1–0 1927 Wien silver
Miroslav Fryčer TCH ICH 1980 0–1–1 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze
Lothar Fuchs GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Ramona Fuhrer SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Sergey Fyodorov RUS ICH 1998—2010 1–1–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Noldi Gartmann SUI BOB 1936 0–0–1 1924 Milano bronze
Irina Gashennikova RUS ICH 2002—2010 0–1–0 1996 Yaroslavl silver
Robert George FRA ICH 1928 1–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver; 1924 Milano gold
Werner George GER ICH 1936 1–0–1 1934 Milano gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
András Gergely HUN ICH 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Albert Geromini SUI ICH 1928 2–4–3 1924 Milano bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien silver; 1932 Berlin bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold
Sepp Göbl AUT ICH 1928—1936 2–2–1 1927 Wien gold; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Paul Goeminne BEL ICH 1920 1–0–1 1913 München gold; 1914 Berlin bronze
Émile Golaz SUI ICH 1952—1956 1–0–1 1950 London gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Aleksandr Golikov URS ICH 1980 2–0–2 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold
Vladimir Golikov URS ICH 1980 4–0–1 1976 Katowice bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold
Jozef Golonka TCH ICH 1960—1968 0–5–3 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze
Einar Granath SWE ICH 1960 0–0–1 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze
Svante Granholm SWE ICH 1968 0–0–1 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze
Svante Granlund SWE ICH 1948 0–0–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Vladimir Grebennikov URS ICH 1960 1–1–0 1957 Moskva silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Harold Greenwood GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
František Gregor TCH ICH 1964 1–0–2 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze
Yevgeny Groshev URS ICH 1960 2–0–0 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Leo Gudas TCH ICH 1992 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Georg Guggemos GER ICH 1952 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Bjørn Gulbrandsen NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Finn Gundersen NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Tor Gundersen NOR ICH 1964—1968 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Aleksey Guryshev URS ICH 1956 5–1–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold
Aleksey Gusarov RUS
URS
ICH 1988—1998 5–1–0 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Aleksandr Gusev URS ICH 1976 2–1–1 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1977 Wien bronze
Bengt-Åke Gustafsson SWE Coach/ICH 1992—2010 0–2–2 1979 Moskva bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund and München bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Linda Gustafsson SWE ICH 1998 0–1–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver
Karel Gut TCH Coach/ICH 1952—1980 0–4–4 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver
Bruno Guttowski GER ICH 1956 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Anne Haanpää FIN ICH/Referee 2002 4–0–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold
Adolf Hafner AUT ICH 1948—1956 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Lennart Häggroth SWE ICH 1964 1–2–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver
Přemysl Hajný TCH Coach/ICH 1948—1976 2–0–0 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Vlastimil Hajšman TCH ICH 1952 0–2–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver
Inge Hammarström SWE ICH 1972 0–2–3 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1979 Moskva bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Emil Handschin SUI ICH 1948—1956 1–2–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Kirsi Hänninen FIN ICH 1998—2002 2–0–1 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Svein Norman Hansen NOR ICH 1964—1972 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Jiří Hanzl TCH Coach/ICH 1968 0–1–0 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver
Béla Háray HUN HOK/ICH 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Eduard Hartmann SVK ICH 1994 0–0–1 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Karel Hartmann TCH ICH 1920 1–1–1 1921 Stockholm silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze
Oto Haščák TCH
SVK
ICH 1988—1998 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Dominik Hašek CZE
TCH
ICH 1988—2006 0–3–1 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Albert Hassler FRA ICH/SSK 1924—1936 1–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver; 1924 Milano gold
Jan Havel TCH ICH 1968—1972 0–2–2 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver
Henric Hedlund SWE ICH 1968 0–0–1 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze
Alfred Heinrich GER ICH 1932 1–0–0 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold
Petr Hejma TCH ICH 1968 0–1–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver
Otto Heller SUI ICH 1936 1–0–0 1935 Davos gold
Lennart Hellman SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Raimo Helminen FIN ICH 1984—2002 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Leif Henriksson SWE ICH 1968 0–1–1 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze
Erich Herker GER ICH 1932 1–0–0 1930 Chamonix, Berlin and Wien gold
Klaus Hirche GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Arnold Hirtz SUI ICH 1936 1–2–1 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver
Michael Hjälm SWE ICH 1984—1988 0–1–0 1986 Moskva silver
Ivan Hlinka CZE
TCH
Coach/ICH 1972—1998 3–5–3 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze
Paul Hofer SUI ICH 1952—1956 0–0–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Alfred Hoffmann GER ICH 1952—1956 0–1–2 1938 Praha bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Jiří Holeček TCH ICH 1972—1976 3–5–2 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver
Jaroslav Holík TCH ICH 1972 1–2–4 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze
Jiří Holík TCH ICH 1964—1976 3–6–5 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold
Leif Holmgren SWE ICH 1980 0–0–3 1978 Praha bronze; 1979 Moskva bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Birger Holmquist SWE ICH 1924—1928 2–2–0 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1923 Antwerpen gold; 1924 Milano silver; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Leif Holmqvist SWE ICH 1968—1972 0–3–5 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze
Erika Holst SWE ICH 1998—2010 1–1–0 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Miloslav Hořava CZE
TCH
ICH 1984—1994 0–2–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver
Josef Horešovský TCH ICH 1968—1972 1–2–3 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze
Martin Hosták CZE ICH 1994 0–0–1 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Jan Hrbatý TCH ICH 1968 0–1–3 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze
Jiří Hrdina TCH ICH 1984—1988 0–3–2 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Karel Hromádka TCH ICH 1928—1936 2–1–3 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze; 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver
Fredl Huber AUT ICH 1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Ernst Hug SUI ICH 1936 1–1–1 1932 Berlin bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold
Satu Huotari FIN ICH 1998 2–0–1 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Wilbert Hurst-Brown GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Aina Høve NOR ICH/Referee 2010—2018 0–0–1 1993 Esbjerg bronze
Marianne Ihalainen FIN ICH 1998 4–0–1 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Johanna Ikonen FIN ICH 1998 3–0–1 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Anatoly Ionov URS ICH 1968 3–0–0 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold
Artūrs Irbe LAT ICH 2002—2006 1–1–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Eduard Ivanov URS ICH 1964 5–0–0 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold
Marius Jaccard SUI ICH 1920—1924 0–0–1 1922 St. Moritz bronze
Gustav Jaenecke GER ICH 1928—1936 2–0–5 1927 Wien bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold; 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1938 Praha bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze
Jaromír Jágr CZE ICH 1998—2014 0–0–1 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Risto Jalo FIN ICH 1984 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Otakar Janecký CZE
TCH
ICH 1992—1994 0–1–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver
Ulli Jansen GER ICH 1956—1964 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Abbe Jansson SWE ICH 1920 1–0–0 1923 Antwerpen gold
Zdeněk Jarkovský TCH ICH 1948 2–0–0 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Hannu Järvenpää FIN ICH 1992 0–0–3 1985 Praha bronze; 1986 Moskva bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Tomáš Jelínek TCH ICH 1992 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Ján Jendek TCH ICH 1956 0–1–1 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Zoltán Jeney HUN ICH 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Jaroslav Jiřík TCH ICH 1960—1968 0–5–5 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze
Jaroslav Jirkovský TCH ICH 1924 4–3–1 1911 Berlin gold; 1912 Praha annuled (gold); 1913 München silver; 1914 Berlin gold; 1921 Stockholm silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold; 1926 Davos silver
Drahomír Jirotka TCH ICH 1936 0–2–1 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver
Zdeněk Jirotka TCH ICH 1936 0–2–2 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver
Arne Johansson SWE ICH 1948 1–2–2 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold
Calle Johansson SWE ICH 1998 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Erik Johansson SWE ICH 1952 2–3–2 1947 Praha silver; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze
Georg Johansson SWE ICH 1920 2–2–0 1921 Stockholm gold; 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1923 Antwerpen gold; 1924 Milano silver
Gösta Johansson SWE ICH 1952 3–2–2 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze
Gustaf Johansson SWE ICH 1924—1928 3–1–0 1923 Antwerpen gold; 1924 Milano silver; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1932 Berlin gold
Henry Johansson SWE ICH 1928 1–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Lennart Johansson SWE ICH 1964 0–1–0 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver
Mikael Johansson SWE ICH 1988—1992 1–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Nils Johansson SWE ICH 1964—1968 2–5–2 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver
Rune Johansson SWE ICH 1948—1952 3–2–2 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold
Stig-Göran Johansson SWE ICH 1972 0–3–3 1967 Wien silver; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Sven Johansson SWE ICH 1952—1964 4–5–4 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze
Torsten Jöhncke SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Tomas Jonsson SWE ICH 1980—1994 1–3–1 1979 Moskva bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1986 Moskva silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Carl Josefsson SWE ICH 1924 0–2–0 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1924 Milano silver
Timo Jutila FIN ICH 1984—1994 0–0–2 1987 Wien bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
František Kaberle TCH ICH 1980 2–3–0 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver
Arnold Kadlec TCH ICH 1980—1984 0–1–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver
Drahomír Kadlec CZE
TCH
ICH 1992—1994 0–3–1 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Milan Kajkl TCH ICH 1976 2–2–0 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver
Valery Kamensky RUS
URS
ICH 1988—1998 4–1–0 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Sergey Kapustin URS ICH 1976 7–0–2 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Ernst Karlberg SWE ICH 1924—1928 1–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Nikolay Karpov URS Coach/ICH 1960—1972 1–0–0 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Bernd Karrenbauer GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Aleksey Kasatonov URS ICH 1980—1988 8–0–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Jan Kasper TCH ICH 1956—1960 1–3–4 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze
Theo Kaufmann (DNS) GER ICH 1936 0–0–2 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1937 London bronze
Matti Keinonen FIN ICH 1968—1972 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Rudolf Keller SUI HOK/ICH 1952—1956 0–0–1 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Kenneth Kennholt SWE ICH 1992 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Esa Keskinen FIN ICH 1988—1994 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Charles Kessler SUI ICH 1936 2–2–1 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold
Herbert Kessler SUI ICH 1936 2–2–0 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold
Markus Ketterer FIN ICH 1992 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Valery Kharlamov URS ICH 1972—1980 8–1–2 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold
Nikolay Khlystov URS ICH 1956 4–1–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold
Yury Khmylyov EUN ICH 1992 3–0–0 1986 Moskva gold (competed for the Soviet Union); 1987 Wien gold (competed for the Soviet Union); 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold (competed for the Soviet Union)
Andrey Khomutov URS
EUN
ICH 1984—1992 7–1–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Dmytro Khrystych UKR ICH 2002 0–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Mats Kihlström SWE ICH 1988 0–1–1 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Jack Kilpatrick GBR ICH 1936 1–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold
Sandra Kinza GER ICH 2002 0–0–1 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen bronze
Wolfgang Kittel GER ICH 1928 0–0–1 1927 Wien bronze
Jan Klapáč TCH ICH 1964—1968 1–3–3 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze
Miroslav Kluc TCH Coach/ICH 1956—1972 0–0–1 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Vladimír Kobranov TCH ICH 1948 2–0–0 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Jiří Kochta TCH ICH 1968—1972 1–4–3 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver
Putte Kock SWE Coach/FTB 1924—1952 0–1–0 1922 St. Moritz silver
Karl Kögel GER ICH 1936 0–0–3 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1937 London bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze
Stanislav Konopásek TCH ICH 1948 3–0–0 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Viktor Konovalenko URS ICH 1964—1968 8–1–0 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold
Jaroslav Korbela TCH ICH 1984 0–0–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze
Werner Korff GER ICH 1932 1–0–1 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano gold
Jan Košek TCH ICH 1936 0–1–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver
Karel Kotrbá (DNS) TCH ICH 1920 0–1–0 1921 Stockholm silver
Kati Kovalainen FIN ICH 2006 1–0–1 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Vladimir Kovin URS ICH 1984 1–0–0 1985 Praha gold
Aleksander Kowalski POL ICH 1928—1932 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Aleksandr Kozhevnikov URS ICH 1984—1988 1–0–0 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold
Fritz Kraatz SUI ICH/IIHF/Referee 1928—1954 1–2–1 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien silver
Jiří Králík TCH ICH 1980—1984 0–3–1 1979 Moskva silver; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Jan Krásl TCH ICH 1924—1928 0–1–0 1926 Davos silver
Dieter Kratzsch GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Igor Kravchuk RUS
URS
EUN
ICH 1988—2002 1–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Franz Kreisel GER ICH/Referee 1928—1936 1–0–1 1927 Wien bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold
Willy Kreitz BEL ART/ICH 1924—1936 0–1–1 1924 Milano bronze; 1927 Wien silver
Walter Kremershof GER ICH 1952 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Arthur Kristiansen NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Gunnar Kroge NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Sari Krooks FIN ICH 1998 3–0–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1995 Rīga gold
Vladimir Krutov URS ICH 1980—1988 7–0–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold
Włodzimierz Krygier POL ICH 1928—1932 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Yury Krylov URS ICH 1956 5–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold
František Kučera CZE ICH 1998 0–1–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver
Jiří Kučera CZE ICH 1994 0–2–1 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Oldřich Kučera TCH ICH 1936 1–3–2 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel silver
Wacław Kuchar POL FTB 1924 0–1–0 1929 Budapest silver
Alfred Kuchevsky URS ICH 1956—1960 5–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1958 Oslo gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Alois Kuhn GER ICH 1936 1–0–2 1934 Milano gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze
Lucjan Kulej POL ICH/Referee 1928—1936 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Ruth Künzle SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Albert Künzler SUI ICH 1936 2–2–0 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold
Jari Kurri FIN ICH/IOC 1980—2006 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Valentin Kuzin URS ICH 1956 3–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold
Viktor Kuzkin URS ICH 1964—1972 8–1–0 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver
Robert Lacroix FRA Coach/ICH/Referee 1924 0–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver
Juhani Lahtinen FIN ICH 1960—1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Jiří Lála TCH ICH 1984—1988 0–2–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Matti Lampainen FIN ICH 1960 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Gunnar Landelius SWE ICH 1948 0–1–1 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Karel Lang TCH ICH 1980 0–1–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1987 Wien silver
Sanna Lankosaari FIN ICH 1998 0–0–1 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Igor Larionov RUS
URS
ICH 1984—2002 6–0–0 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold
Johnny Larntvet NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Einar Bruno Larsen NOR ICH 1964 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Erik Larsson SWE ICH 1928 2–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1932 Berlin gold
Vilgot Larsson SWE ICH 1956 1–2–2 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze
Wilhelm Larsson SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Åke Lassas SWE ICH 1952—1956 2–3–2 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Yury Lebedev URS ICH 1980 6–0–0 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold
Ulli Lederer AUT ICH 1928 2–1–3 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec silver; 1926 Davos bronze; 1927 Wien gold; 1929 Budapest bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold
Kathrin Lehmann SUI ICH 2006—2010 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Marika Lehtimäki FIN ICH 1998 3–0–1 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Rauno Lehtiö FIN ICH 1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Katja Lehto FIN ICH 1998 1–0–0 1995 Rīga gold
Markus Lehto FIN ICH 1984 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Erkki Lehtonen FIN ICH 1988 0–0–1 1986 Moskva bronze
Walter Leinweber GER ICH 1932 2–0–0 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold; 1934 Milano gold
Matthias Leis (DNS) GER ICH 1928 0–0–1 1927 Wien bronze
Monika Leuenberger SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Hubert Lévy-Grunwald (DNS) FRA ICH 1924 1–0–0 1924 Milan gold
Igor Liba TCH ICH 1984—1992 0–3–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver
Erwin Lichnofsky TCH ICH 1928 1–0–0 1929 Budapest gold
Jan Lidral TCH ICH 1952 0–2–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver
Åsa Lidström SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Nicklas Lidström SWE ICH 1998—2010 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Yngve Liljeberg SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Hans Lindberg SWE ICH 1972 0–2–1 1967 Wien silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze
Ylva Lindberg SWE Coach/ICH 1998—2016 0–2–0 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver
Pelle Lindbergh SWE ICH 1980 0–0–2 1979 Moskva bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Göran Lindblom SWE ICH 1984 0–2–1 1978 Praha bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver
Bertil Linde SWE ICH 1928 1–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Mats Lindh SWE ICH 1972 0–0–2 1972 Praha bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze
Peter Lindmark SWE ICH 1988 0–4–1 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Bengt Lindqvist SWE ICH 1960 0–0–1 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze
Einar Lindqvist SWE ICH 1920 1–0–0 1921 Stockholm gold
Klas Lindström SWE ICH 1948 0–0–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Lars Ljungman SWE ICH 1948 0–1–1 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
William Löfqvist SWE ICH 1980 0–2–1 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1976 Katowice silver
Heini Lohrer SUI ICH 1948 1–2–1 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze
Werner Lohrer SUI ICH 1948 0–1–0 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Paul Loicq BEL Coach/ICH/IIHF/Referee 1920—1947 0–0–3 1910 Les Avants bronze; 1911 Berlin bronze; 1914 Berlin bronze
Konstantin Loktev URS ICH 1960—1964 6–2–0 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold
Andrey Lomakin URS ICH 1988 1–0–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Håkan Loob SWE ICH 1992—1994 1–2–0 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Vilém Loos TCH ICH 1920—1924 2–2–1 1921 Stockholm silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold; 1926 Davos silver
František Lorenz TCH Coach/ICH 1928 0–0–1 1931 Krynica bronze
Ladislav Lubina TCH ICH 1992 0–0–1 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Harald Lückner SWE ICH 1980 0–1–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Vincent Lukáč TCH ICH 1980—1984 1–2–1 1977 Wien gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Jyrki Lumme FIN ICH 1988—2002 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Torsten Lundborg (DNS) SWE ICH 1924 0–1–0 1924 Milano silver
Bertil Lundell SWE ICH 1936 1–0–1 1932 Berlin gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Einar Lundell SWE ICH 1920 2–2–0 1921 Stockholm gold; 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1923 Antwerpen gold; 1924 Milano silver
Bengt Lundholm SWE ICH 1980 0–2–2 1976 Katowice silver; 1977 Wien silver; 1978 Praha bronze; 1979 Moskva bronze
Per Lundqvist SWE ICH 1980 0–0–1 1979 Moskva bronze
Tord Lundström SWE ICH 1968—1972 0–3–5 1965 Tampere bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze
Lars-Eric Lundvall SWE ICH 1956—1964 2–4–4 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze
Vladimir Lutchenko URS ICH 1972—1976 8–1–2 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold
Yury Lyapkin URS ICH 1976 4–0–1 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze
Eilert Määttä SWE ICH 1964 2–3–1 1957 Moskva gold; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver
Oldřich Machač TCH ICH 1968—1976 3–5–4 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver
Sergey Makarov URS ICH 1980—1988 10–1–0 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere gold
Mikko Mäkelä FIN ICH 1992—1994 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Vladimir Malakhov RUS
EUN
ICH 1992—2002 1–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere gold
Josef Maleček TCH ICH 1924—1936 4–4–4 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold; 1926 Davos silver; 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze; 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel silver
Ove Malmberg SWE ICH 1956 0–1–0 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Aleksandr Maltsev URS ICH 1972—1980 9–1–2 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Tina Månsson SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
György Margó HUN HOK 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Adolf Martignoni SUI ICH 1936 1–0–0 1926 Davos gold
Arnold Martignoni SUI ICH 1928 1–1–0 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Paul Martin USA ICH 2014 0–1–1 1913 München bronze; 1914 Berlin silver
Vladimír Martinec TCH ICH 1972—1980 3–5–3 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze
Jeanette Marty SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
František Mašlán TCH ICH 1960 0–1–0 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver
Karel Masopust TCH ICH 1968 0–1–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver
Kazimierz Materski POL ICH 1932 0–1–0 1931 Krynica silver
Albert Mauer POL ICH 1932 0–1–0 1929 Budapest silver
Boris Mayorov URS ICH 1964—1968 6–1–0 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold
Yevgeny Mayorov URS ICH 1964 2–1–0 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold
Anssi Melametsä FIN ICH 1984 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Neville Melland GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Heini Meng SUI ICH 1928 1–2–3 1924 Milano bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin and Wien silver; 1932 Berlin bronze
David Meyer BEL ICH 1928 0–1–0 1927 Wien silver
Boris Mikhaylov URS ICH 1972—1980 8–1–2 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold
Reijo Mikkolainen FIN ICH 1988 0–0–1 1987 Wien bronze
Sándor Miklós HUN ICH 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Hans Mild SWE ICH 1964 0–2–2 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver
Kjell-Rune Milton SWE ICH 1972 0–2–3 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1974 Helsinki bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze
Dmitry Mironov RUS
EUN
ICH 1992—1998 1–0–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Yevgeny Mishakov URS ICH 1968—1972 4–1–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver
Larisa Mishina RUS ICH 2002—2006 0–1–0 1996 Yaroslavl silver
Grigory Mkrtychan URS ICH 1956 3–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold
Bohumil Modrý TCH ICH 1948 3–2–0 1938 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel silver; 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Aleksandr Mogilny URS ICH 1988 1–0–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold
Yury Moiseyev URS ICH 1968 1–0–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold
Nils Molander SWE ICH 1920—1924 1–1–0 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1923 Antwerpen gold
Lars Molin SWE ICH 1980—1988 0–1–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Bobby Monnard FRA ICH 1924 0–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver
Pia Morelius SWE ICH 1998 1–3–0 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov silver; 1993 Esbjerg silver; 1995 Rīga silver; 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Toni Morosani SUI ICH 1928 1–1–1 1926 Davos gold; 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1932 Berlin bronze
Tommy Mörth SWE ICH 1984 0–1–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Prisca Mosimann SUI ICH 2006 0–0–1 1995 Rīga bronze
Edouard Mottier SUI ICH 1924 0–0–1 1922 St. Moritz bronze
Charles Mulder BEL BOB 1924—1928 0–1–1 1924 Milano bronze; 1927 Wien silver
Paul Müller SUI Coach/ICH/Referee 1924—1928 1–0–0 1935 Davos gold
Peter Müller SUI ICH 1924 1–1–2 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold; 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano silver
Robert Müller GER ICH 2002—2006 0–1–0 1910 Les Avants silver
Johnny Murray GBR ICH 1948 0–1–0 1950 London silver
Jarmo Myllys FIN ICH 1988—1998 0–0–1 1987 Wien bronze
Sergey Mylnikov URS ICH 1988 4–1–0 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Vladimir Myshkin URS ICH 1980—1984 7–1–0 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Vladimír Nadrchal TCH ICH 1960—1968 1–4–3 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver
Mats Näslund SWE ICH 1980—1994 0–3–2 1979 Moskva bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Zdeněk Návrat TCH ICH 1956 0–0–1 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Václav Nedomanský TCH ICH 1968—1972 1–5–4 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver
Jan Neliba TCH ICH 1980 0–0–1 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze
Sergey Nemchinov RUS ICH 1998 2–1–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver; 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere gold
Mika Nieminen FIN ICH 1992—1998 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Pertti Nieminen FIN ICH 1960 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Riikka Nieminen-Välilä FIN ICH 1998—2018 3–0–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold
Dieter Niess GER ICH 1952 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Viktor Nikiforov URS ICH 1956 1–0–0 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold
Seppo Nikkilä FIN ICH 1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Lars-Göran Nilsson SWE ICH 1968—1972 0–3–4 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Nils Nilsson SWE ICH 1956—1964 2–5–2 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver
Ulrich Noack GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Bertil Norberg SWE ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Lennart Norberg SWE ICH 1980 0–1–2 1978 Praha bronze; 1979 Moskva bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Bert-Ola Nordlander SWE ICH 1960—1972 1–4–5 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze
Eduard Novák TCH ICH 1972—1976 2–2–0 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold
Jiří Novák TCH ICH 1976—1980 2–3–1 1973 Moskva bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver
Helmut Novy GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Milan Nový TCH ICH 1976—1980 2–3–2 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze
Miroslav Nový TCH ICH 1952 0–1–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze
Oskar Nowak AUT HOK/ICH 1936—1948 0–0–2 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze (competed for Germany); 1947 Praha bronze
Kalevi Numminen FIN ICH 1960—1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Teppo Numminen FIN ICH 1988—2006 0–0–2 1987 Wien bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Holger Nurmela SWE ICH 1948—1956 1–4–2 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Carl-Göran Öberg SWE ICH 1960—1968 0–4–5 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze
Hans Öberg SWE ICH 1952—1956 3–4–2 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver
Sigfrid Öberg SWE ICH 1928 2–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1932 Berlin gold
Jens Öhling SWE ICH 1984—1988 0–0–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Uno Öhrlund SWE ICH 1964 1–2–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze
Janne Ojanen FIN ICH 1988—1994 0–0–1 1987 Wien bronze
Hannu Oksanen FIN ICH 1984 0–0–1 1986 Moskva bronze
Fredrik Olausson SWE ICH 2002 0–1–1 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Per Skjerwen Olsen NOR ICH 1964—1968 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Einar Olsson SWE ICH 1924 0–2–0 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1924 Milano silver
Roger Olsson SWE ICH 1968 0–2–1 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver
Karl Ördögh AUT Coach/HOK 1928—1952 0–1–0 1932 Berlin silver
Miloslav Ošmera TCH ICH 1952 0–1–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze
Stig Östling SWE ICH 1972 0–2–3 1972 Praha bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze; 1976 Katowice silver; 1978 Praha bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Christina Oswald GER ICH 2002—2006 0–0–1 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen bronze
Josef Paleček (DNS) TCH ICH 1972 1–1–1 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver
Björn Palmqvist SWE ICH 1968—1972 0–3–3 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze
Jan Palouš TCH ICH 1920—1924 2–2–0 1911 Berlin gold; 1912 Praha annuled (gold); 1913 München silver; 1914 Berlin gold; 1921 Stockholm silver
Marja-Helena Pälvilä FIN ICH 1998—2006 0–0–1 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Václav Pantůček TCH ICH 1956—1960 1–2–4 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold
Yury Pantyukhov URS ICH 1956 3–1–0 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold
Dušan Pašek TCH ICH 1984—1988 0–3–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund and München silver; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver
Yekaterina Pashkevich RUS ICH 2002—2014 0–1–0 1996 Yaroslavl silver
Aleksandr Pashkov URS ICH 1972 1–0–0 1978 Praha gold
Peter Patton (DNS) GBR ICH/IIHF 1914—1924 1–0–0 1910 Les Avants gold
Philippe Payot FRA ICH 1924—1928 0–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver
Roar Pedersen NOR ICH 1952 0–0–2 1951 Paris bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Jan Peka TCH ICH 1920—1936 3–3–3 1913 München silver; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold; 1926 Davos silver; 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze; 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver
Timo Peltomaa FIN ICH 1992 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Reto Perl SUI ICH 1948 0–1–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze
Vasily Pervukhin URS ICH 1980—1984 8–0–1 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold
Karel Pešek TCH FTB/ICH 1920—1924 2–1–1 1921 Stockholm silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold
Annar Petersen NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Christian Petersen NOR ICH 1964—1968 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Wilhelm Petersén SWE ICH 1928—1936 2–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1932 Berlin gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Vladimir Petrov URS ICH 1972—1980 9–1–1 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold
Bror Pettersson SWE ICH 1948 0–1–1 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Håkan Pettersson SWE ICH 1972 0–0–4 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1974 Helsinki bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze
Lars Pettersson SWE ICH 1952 2–1–1 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold
Lars-Gunnar Pettersson SWE ICH 1988 0–1–0 1986 Moskva silver
Rolf Pettersson SWE ICH 1948 1–2–2 1947 Praha silver; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1954 Stockholm silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze
Ronald Pettersson SWE Coach/ICH 1956—1980 2–5–5 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver; 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver
Stanislav Petukhov URS ICH 1960—1964 3–0–0 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold
Willy Pfister SUI ICH 1952 0–0–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Thomas Pleisch SUI ICH 1936 1–1–0 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold
Wolfgang Plotka GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Bernd Poindl GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Fritz Poitsch GER ICH 1952 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Miloslav Pokorný TCH ICH 1948 2–0–1 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva bronze
Gebhard Poltera SUI ICH 1948—1952 1–2–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Ulrich Poltera SUI ICH 1948—1952 1–2–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Viktor Polupanov URS ICH 1968 4–0–0 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1970 Stockholm gold
André Poplimont BEL Coach/FEN/FSK/ICH/Referee 1924—1936 0–1–1 1924 Milano bronze; 1927 Wien silver
František Pospíšil TCH ICH 1968—1976 3–4–4 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold
Rudolf Potsch TCH ICH 1960—1964 1–4–2 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver
Jaroslav Pouzar TCH ICH 1976—1980 2–2–2 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze
František Procházka TCH ICH 1992 0–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Bohumil Prošek TCH ICH 1956 1–1–2 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold
Viktor Pryazhnikov URS ICH 1960 2–0–0 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Stanislav Prýl TCH ICH 1964 0–2–4 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze
Nikolay Puchkov URS ICH 1956—1960 6–1–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Heino Pulli FIN ICH 1960—1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Tuula Puputti FIN ICH 1998—2002 2–0–0 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold
Jaroslav Pušbauer TCH ICH 1924—1936 3–3–3 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold; 1926 Davos silver; 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze; 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver
Zdeněk Pýcha TCH ICH 1952 0–1–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver
Léon Quaglia FRA ICH/SSK 1920—1928 1–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver; 1924 Milano gold
Aleksandr Ragulin RUS
URS
ICH 1964—2001 10–2–0 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold
Fritz Rammelmayr GER ICH 1928 0–0–1 1927 Wien bronze
Hans Rampf GER
FRG
Coach/ICH 1956—1980 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Teppo Rastio FIN ICH 1960 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Alfred de Rauch FRA Coach/ICH/Referee 1920—1928 1–1–0 1923 Antwerpen silver; 1924 Milano gold
Robert Reichel CZE ICH 1998—2002 0–0–1 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Tiia Reima FIN ICH 1998—2002 4–0–1 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Miroslav Rejman TCH ICH 1952 0–2–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver
Alfred Revi AUT HOK 1928 1–1–1 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec silver: men; 1926 Davos bronze: men; 1927 Vienna gold: men
Jaroslav Řezáč (DNS) TCH Coach/ICH 1924—1928 2–0–1 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1929 Budapest gold
Jan Richter TCH ICH 1952 0–1–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze
Pavel Richter TCH ICH 1984 0–3–2 1978 Praha silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Rolf Ridderwall SWE ICH 1984 1–1–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Martin Riesen SUI ICH 1956 1–0–1 1950 London gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Katja Riipi FIN ICH 1998—2002 0–0–1 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
John Rogers GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Erich Römer GER Coach/ICH 1928—1932 2–0–2 1927 Wien bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold; 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano gold
Igor Romishevsky URS ICH 1968—1972 4–1–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver
Maria Rooth SWE ICH 1998—2010 1–0–0 1996 Yaroslavl gold
Petr Rosol TCH ICH 1988—1992 0–2–0 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver
Václav Roziňák TCH ICH 1948 3–0–0 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Beat Rüedi SUI ICH 1948 1–2–0 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Luzius Rüedi SUI ICH 1928 0–2–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin and Wien silver
Thomas Rundqvist SWE ICH 1984—1992 1–3–2 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Arto Ruotanen FIN ICH 1984—1992 0–0–4 1985 Praha bronze; 1986 Moskva bronze; 1987 Wien bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Reijo Ruotsalainen FIN ICH 1988 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Dárius Rusnák TCH ICH 1984 0–2–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Vladimír Růžička CZE
TCH
Coach/ICH 1984—2010 0–4–0 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver
Ragnar Rygel NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Roman Sabiński POL ICH 1932 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Tadeusz Sachs (DNS) POL Coach/ICH 1932 0–1–0 1931 Krynica silver
Walter Sachs GER ICH 1928 0–0–1 1927 Wien bronze
Börje Salming SWE ICH 1992 0–1–2 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Vitālijs Samoilovs (DNS) URS ICH 1988 1–0–0 1987 Wien gold
Tommy Samuelsson SWE ICH 1980—1988 1–3–2 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze; 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Ulf Samuelsson SWE ICH 1998 1–0–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Gösta Sandberg SWE FTB 1952 0–0–1 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze
Tomas Sandström SWE ICH 1984—1998 0–0–1 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
René Savoie SUI ICH 1920—1924 0–0–1 1922 St. Moritz bronze
Bedřich Ščerban CZE
TCH
ICH 1988—1994 0–2–1 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Philipp Schenk GER ICH 1936 0–0–4 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1937 London bronze; 1938 Praha bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze
Herbert Schibukat GER ICH 1936—1952 0–0–4 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1937 London bronze; 1938 Praha bronze; 1939 Zürich and Basel bronze
Otto Schläpfer SUI ICH 1952—1956 0–1–2 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Hans Schmid GER ICH 1928 0–0–1 1927 Wien bronze
Oskar Schmidt SUI ICH 1936 1–1–0 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold
Hans Schneider AUT ICH 1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Martin Schröttle GER ICH 1928—1932 1–0–1 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold; 1933 Praha bronze
Otto Schubiger SUI ICH 1948—1952 0–1–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Oldřich Sedlák TCH ICH 1952 0–2–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver
Jouni Seistamo FIN ICH 1960—1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Jiří Šejba TCH ICH 1988 0–3–0 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver
Jiří Sekyra TCH ICH 1952 0–2–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver
Teemu Selänne FIN ICH 1992—2014 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere bronze
Maria Selin FIN ICH 1998 0–0–1 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Walter Sell AUT ICH 1928 2–2–2 1927 Wien gold; 1929 Budapest bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Anatoly Semyonov URS ICH 1988 1–0–0 1987 Wien gold
Kurt Sepp GER ICH 1956—1964 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
František Ševčík TCH ICH 1968 0–3–2 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze
Blaine Sexton GBR ICH 1924—1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Vladimir Shadrin URS ICH 1972—1976 5–1–2 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze
Viktor Shalimov URS ICH 1976 3–0–2 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold
Zhanna Shchelchkova RUS ICH 2002—2006 0–1–0 1996 Yaroslavl silver
Sergey Shepelyev URS ICH 1984 3–0–0 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Viktor Shuvalov URS ICH 1956 3–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold
Valeriy Shyriaiev UKR ICH 2002 1–0–0 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold
Aleksandr Sidelnikov URS ICH 1976 2–0–2 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze
Genrikh Sidorenkov URS ICH 1956—1960 6–2–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver
Walter von Siebenthal SUI ICH 1920—1924 0–0–2 1922 St. Moritz bronze; 1924 Milano bronze
Jaromír Šindel TCH ICH 1984—1988 0–3–1 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm bronze; 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver
Ville Sirén FIN ICH 1984—1992 0–0–2 1985 Praha bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Lars-Eric Sjöberg SWE ICH 1968—1972 0–3–3 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Pete Skriko FIN ICH 1984—1992 0–0–2 1985 Praha bronze; 1987 Wien bronze
Aleksandr Skvortsov URS ICH 1980—1984 4–0–0 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold
Miroslav Sláma TCH ICH 1948 2–0–0 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Marquard Slevogt GER ICH 1928—1932 1–0–0 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien gold
Georg Smefjell NOR ICH 1964—1968 0–0–1 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver bronze
Ladislav Šmíd TCH ICH 1964 0–1–2 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze
Liisa-Maria Sneck FIN ICH 1998 3–0–0 1989 Düsseldorf and Ratingen gold; 1991 Frýdek-Místek and Havířov gold; 1993 Esbjerg gold
Håkan Södergren SWE ICH 1984—1988 0–1–2 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze; 1986 Moskva silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje bronze
Dan Söderström SWE ICH 1980 0–3–2 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze; 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze; 1976 Katowice silver; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Tommy Söderström SWE ICH 1992—1998 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere silver
Kazimierz Sokołowski POL ICH 1932—1936 0–1–0 1931 Krynica silver
Leif Solheim NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
Nikolay Sologubov URS ICH 1956—1960 6–2–0 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold
William Speechly GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Alexander Spengler (DNS) SUI SSK 1924 1–0–1 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec bronze; 1926 Davos gold
Reginald Spevak AUT ICH 1928 1–0–2 1926 Davos bronze; 1927 Wien gold; 1929 Budapest bronze
Gerdi Springer AUT ICH 1956 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Josef Šroubek TCH ICH 1920—1928 4–3–2 1911 Berlin gold; 1913 München silver; 1921 Stockholm silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold; 1926 Davos silver; 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze
Willibald Stanek AUT ICH 1936—1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Sergey Starikov URS ICH 1980—1988 5–0–0 1979 Moskva gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold
Vyacheslav Starshinov RUS
URS
ICH 1964—2000 9–1–0 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold
Jano Starší TCH Coach/ICH 1960—1988 1–2–2 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze
Anton Šťastný TCH ICH 1980 0–1–0 1979 Moskva silver
Bohuslav Šťastný TCH ICH 1972—1976 2–3–1 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold; 1973 Moskva bronze; 1974 Helsinki silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold
Marián Šťastný TCH ICH 1980 2–3–0 1975 München and Düsseldorf silver; 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver
Peter Šťastný TCH
SVK
ICH 1980—1997 2–2–0 1976 Katowice gold; 1977 Wien gold; 1978 Praha silver; 1979 Moskva silver
Antonín Stavjaňa CZE
TCH
ICH 1988—1994 0–3–1 1985 Praha silver; 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver; 1990 Bern and Fribourg bronze
Bohumil Steigenhöfer TCH ICH 1928 1–1–1 1926 Davos silver; 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze
Alfred Steinke GER ICH/Referee 1928—1936 0–2–2 1910 Les Avants silver; 1912 Praha annuled (silver); 1913 München bronze; 1914 Berlin silver; 1927 Wien bronze
Igor Stelnov URS ICH 1984—1988 2–0–0 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold
Ulf Sterner SWE ICH 1960—1964 1–6–3 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1967 Wien silver; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1973 Moskva silver
Karel Stibor TCH ICH 1948 2–0–0 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Fredrik Stillman SWE ICH 1992—1994 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Archie Stinchcombe GBR ICH 1936—1948 3–0–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1937 London gold; 1938 Praha gold
Józef Stogowski POL ICH 1928—1936 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Roland Stoltz SWE ICH 1960—1968 2–5–5 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver
Vilibald Šťovík TCH ICH 1948 2–1–0 1939 Zürich and Basel silver; 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Jaroslav Stránský TCH ICH 1924 1–0–1 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold
Freddy Streun SUI ICH 1952 1–0–1 1950 London gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Georg Strobl GER ICH 1932—1936 1–0–3 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano gold; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1938 Praha bronze
Jan Suchý TCH ICH 1968 0–5–3 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) silver; 1969 Stockholm bronze; 1970 Stockholm bronze; 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1974 Helsinki silver
Kurt Sucksdorff SWE ICH 1928 1–0–0 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Kai Suikkanen FIN ICH 1988 0–0–1 1986 Moskva bronze
Raimo Summanen FIN ICH 1984—1992 0–0–2 1987 Wien bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Mats Sundin SWE ICH 1998—2006 1–1–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Jorma Suokko FIN ICH 1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Timo Susi FIN ICH 1980—1988 0–0–2 1986 Moskva bronze; 1987 Wien bronze
Kurt Svanberg SWE ICH 1948 0–0–1 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Hans Svedberg SWE ICH 1960 1–1–3 1957 Moskva gold; 1958 Oslo silver; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava bronze; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze
Lennart Svedberg SWE ICH 1968 0–2–3 1965 Tampere bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1969 Stockholm silver; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze
Einar Svensson SWE ICH 1920 2–1–0 1921 Stockholm gold; 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1923 Antwerpen gold
Kjell Svensson SWE ICH 1960—1964 1–3–3 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne bronze; 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver gold; 1963 Stockholm silver; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) silver; 1965 Tampere bronze; 1967 Wien silver
Lars Svensson SWE ICH 1952—1956 2–1–2 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Magnus Svensson SWE ICH 1994 1–0–0 1990 Bern and Fribourg gold
Stanislav Sventek TCH ICH 1964 1–0–4 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze
Sergey Svetlov URS ICH 1988 3–0–0 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1987 Wien gold
Radoslav Svoboda TCH ICH 1984 0–2–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Tom Syme GBR ICH 1948 0–1–0 1950 London silver
Ferenc Szamosi HUN HOK/ICH 1936 0–0–1 1934 Milano bronze
Karol Szenajch POL ICH 1928 0–1–0 1931 Krynica silver
Victor Tait GBR Coach/ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Rudy Tajcnár TCH ICH 1972 1–1–0 1971 Bern and Genève silver; 1972 Praha gold
Kari Takko FIN ICH 1984 0–0–2 1985 Praha bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Jukka Tammi FIN ICH 1988—1998 0–0–3 1985 Praha bronze; 1986 Moskva bronze; 1987 Wien bronze
Hans Tatzer AUT ICH 1928—1936 2–1–2 1927 Wien gold; 1929 Budapest bronze; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1933 Praha silver
Mats Thelin SWE ICH 1984 0–1–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Sven Thunman SWE ICH 1948—1952 3–1–2 1949 Stockholm silver; 1950 London bronze; 1951 Paris gold; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) gold; 1953 Zürich and Basel gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln bronze
Ragnar Tidqvist (DNS) SWE ICH 1924 0–2–0 1922 St. Moritz silver; 1924 Milano silver
František Tikal TCH ICH 1960—1964 0–4–5 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze; 1965 Tampere silver; 1966 Ljubljana silver; 1967 Wien bronze
Esa Tikkanen FIN ICH 1998 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Jari Torkki FIN ICH 1988 0–0–1 1987 Wien bronze
Bibi Torriani SUI Coach/ICH/SJR 1928—1956 2–5–2 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien silver; 1932 Berlin bronze; 1933 Praha bronze; 1934 Milano silver; 1935 Davos gold; 1937 London silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver
Jiří Tožička TCH Coach/ICH 1928—1952 2–1–3 1929 Budapest gold; 1931 Krynica bronze; 1933 Praha gold; 1934 Milano bronze; 1935 Davos bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver
Paul Trautmann GER ICH 1936 0–0–1 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze
Hans Trauttenberg AUT ICH/Referee 1936 1–2–1 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1932 Berlin silver; 1933 Praha silver
Andrey Trefilov RUS
EUN
ICH 1992—1998 1–0–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere gold
Svetlana Trefilova RUS ICH 2002—2006 0–1–0 1996 Yaroslavl silver
Ivan Tregubov URS ICH 1956 4–2–0 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver
Hans-Martin Trepp SUI ICH 1948—1952 1–2–3 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) silver; 1949 Stockholm bronze; 1950 London gold; 1951 Paris silver; 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze; 1953 Zürich and Basel bronze
Vladislav Tretyak URS ICH 1972—1984 10–1–2 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Ladislav Troják TCH ICH 1936—1948 2–3–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver; 1938 Praha silver; 1939 Zürich and Basel silver; 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Josef Trousílek TCH ICH 1948 3–1–0 1939 Zürich and Basel silver; 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold
Yury Tsitsinov URS ICH 1960 1–0–0 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Gennady Tsygankov URS ICH 1972—1976 6–1–2 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold
Harri Tuohimaa FIN ICH 1984 0–0–1 1985 Praha bronze
Pekka Tuomisto FIN ICH 1988—1992 0–0–1 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Aleksander Tupalski POL Coach/ICH/Referee 1928—1936 0–2–0 1929 Budapest silver; 1931 Krynica silver
Viktor Tyumenev URS ICH 1984 3–1–0 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1990 Bern and Fribourg silver
Dmitry Ukolov URS ICH 1956 5–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold
Walter Ullrich TCH ICH 1936 0–1–0 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) silver
Donald Unger SUI BOB/ICH 1924—1932 0–0–2 1922 St. Moritz bronze; 1924 Milano bronze
Xaver Unsinn GER
FRG
Coach/ICH 1952—1988 0–1–0 1953 Zürich and Basel silver
Aleksandr Uvarov URS ICH 1956 3–1–0 1954 Stockholm gold; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln gold; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) gold; 1957 Moskva silver
Eduard Uvíra TCH ICH 1984—1988 0–2–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere bronze; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München silver; 1985 Praha silver
Petra Vaarakallio FIN ICH 1998—2002 2–0–1 1993 Esbjerg gold; 1995 Rīga gold; 1996 Yaroslavl bronze
Carlos Van den Driessche BEL ICH/ROW 1924—1936 0–0–1 1924 Milano bronze
Pierre Van Reyschoot BEL ICH/Referee 1948 0–1–0 1927 Wien silver
Gaston Van Volxem BEL ICH 1920—1924 1–1–0 1913 München gold; 1927 Wien silver
František Vaněk TCH ICH 1956—1960 1–2–4 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze; 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze
Mikhail Vasilyev URS ICH 1984 3–0–0 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold; 1985 Praha gold; 1987 Wien gold
Valery Vasilyev URS ICH 1972—1980 8–1–2 1970 Stockholm gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold
François Vergult BEL ICH 1920 1–0–1 1913 München gold; 1914 Berlin bronze
Jan Viktorsson SWE ICH 1992 0–1–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere silver
Vladimir Vikulov URS ICH 1968—1972 8–1–0 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold
Otakar Vindyš TCH ICH 1920—1924 3–2–1 1911 Berlin gold; 1912 Praha annuled (gold); 1913 München silver; 1921 Stockholm silver; 1922 St. Moritz gold; 1923 Antwerpen bronze; 1925 Štrbské Pleso and Starý Smokovec gold
Aleksandr Vinogradov RUS ICH 1994 1–0–0 1954 Stockholm gold
Hannu Virta FIN ICH 1994 0–0–2 1987 Wien bronze; 1991 Turku, Helsinki, and Tampere bronze
Jukka Virtanen FIN ICH 1988 0–0–2 1986 Moskva bronze; 1987 Wien bronze
Miroslav Vlach TCH ICH 1960—1964 1–2–4 1957 Moskva bronze; 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver; 1961 Genève and Lausanne gold; 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze
Rostislav Vlach TCH ICH 1988 0–2–0 1987 Wien silver; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje silver
Petr Vlk TCH ICH 1988 0–1–0 1987 Wien silver
Jan Vodička TCH ICH 1956 0–0–1 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Karel Vohralík TCH ICH 1972 0–0–1 1973 Moskva bronze
Dieter Voigt GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Per Voigt NOR ICH 1952 0–0–1 1951 Paris bronze
David Volek TCH ICH 1988 0–1–0 1987 Wien silver
Jaroslav Volf TCH ICH 1960 0–2–1 1958 Oslo bronze; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava silver; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) silver
Leonid Volkov URS ICH 1964 2–0–0 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold
Irina Votintseva (DNS) RUS ICH 2002 0–1–0 1996 Yaroslavl silver
Juhani Wahlsten FIN ICH 1960—1968 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Göte Wälitalo SWE ICH 1984 0–1–1 1982 Helsinki and Tampere silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Fritz Walter AUT ICH 1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Jaroslav Walter TCH ICH 1964 0–0–2 1963 Stockholm bronze; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) bronze
Mats Waltin SWE ICH 1980—1984 0–3–4 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze; 1976 Katowice silver; 1977 Wien silver; 1978 Praha bronze; 1979 Moskva bronze; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm silver; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München bronze
Karel Wälzer TCH ICH 1920 1–1–0 1912 Praha annuled (gold); 1914 Berlin gold; 1921 Stockholm silver
Jarmo Wasama FIN ICH 1964 0–1–0 1962 Colorado Springs and Denver silver
Ulf Weinstock SWE ICH 1980 0–1–3 1975 München and Düsseldorf bronze; 1977 Wien silver; 1978 Praha bronze; 1979 Moskva bronze
Hermann Weiß AUT ICH 1928—1936 2–1–1 1927 Wien gold; 1930 Chamonix, Berlin, and Wien bronze; 1931 Krynica gold; 1933 Praha silver
Håkan Wickberg SWE ICH 1968—1972 0–2–5 1965 Tampere bronze; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) bronze; 1970 Stockholm silver; 1971 Bern and Genève bronze; 1972 Praha bronze; 1973 Moskva silver; 1974 Helsinki bronze
Toni Wiedemann GER ICH 1936 0–0–3 1933 Praha bronze; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) bronze; 1938 Praha bronze
Karl Wild GER Coach/ICH 1952—1960 0–0–2 1937 London bronze; 1938 Praha bronze
Helfried Winger AUT ICH 1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Sune Wretling SWE ICH 1960 0–0–1 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) bronze
Rudolf Wurmbrandt AUT ICH 1948 0–0–1 1947 Praha bronze
Cecil Wylde GBR ICH 1928 0–0–1 1928 St. Moritz (Olympics) bronze
Bob Wyman GBR ICH 1936 2–1–0 1935 Davos silver; 1936 Garmisch-Partenkirchen (Olympics) gold; 1938 Praha gold
Paul Wyss SUI ICH 1952 0–0–1 1952 Oslo (Olympics) bronze
Aleksandr Yakushev URS ICH 1972—1976 7–1–2 1967 Wien gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1970 Stockholm gold; 1972 Praha silver; 1973 Moskva gold; 1974 Helsinki gold; 1975 München and Düsseldorf gold; 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1979 Moskva gold
Viktor Yakushev URS ICH 1960—1964 7–1–0 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold; 1961 Genève and Lausanne silver; 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold
Sergey Yashin URS ICH 1988 3–0–0 1985 Praha gold; 1986 Moskva gold; 1989 Stockholm and Södertälje gold
Yevgeny Yorkin URS ICH 1960 3–1–0 1957 Moskva silver; 1958 Oslo gold; 1959 Praha, Bratislava, and Ostrava gold; 1960 Squaw Valley (Olympics) gold
Oldřich Zábrodský TCH ICH 1948 1–0–0 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold
Vladimír Zábrodský TCH ICH 1948—1956 3–1–2 1947 Praha gold; 1948 St. Moritz (Olympics) gold; 1949 Stockholm gold; 1954 Stockholm bronze; 1955 Krefeld, Dortmund, and Köln silver; 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) bronze
Jozef Záhorský TCH ICH 1952 0–1–0 1952 Oslo (Olympics) silver
Boris Zaytsev URS ICH 1964 2–0–0 1963 Stockholm gold; 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold
Oleg Zaytsev URS ICH 1964—1968 4–0–0 1964 Innsbruck (Olympics) gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold
Bertz Zetterberg SWE ICH 1956 0–1–0 1956 Cortina d’Ampezzo (Olympics) silver
Aleksey Zhamnov RUS
EUN
ICH 1992—2002 1–0–0 1991 Turku, Helsinki and Tampere gold
Viktor Zhluktov URS ICH 1976—1980 5–0–2 1976 Katowice bronze; 1977 Wien bronze; 1978 Praha gold; 1979 Moskva gold; 1981 Göteborg and Stockholm gold; 1982 Helsinki and Tampere gold; 1983 Düsseldorf, Dortmund, and München gold
Joachim Ziesche GDR ICH 1968 0–0–1 1966 Ljubljana bronze
Yevgeny Zimin URS ICH 1968—1972 3–0–0 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold; 1971 Bern and Genève gold
Viktor Zinger URS ICH 1968 5–0–0 1965 Tampere gold; 1966 Ljubljana gold; 1967 Wien gold; 1968 Grenoble (Olympics) gold; 1969 Stockholm gold