HISTORY World Championships (Pool A)

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1. WCh 1920 (Belgium, Antwerpen)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Sweden, 5. Switzerland, 6. France, 7. Belgium

2. WCh 1924 (France, Chamonix)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. G. Britain, 4. Sweden, 5. - 6. Czechoslovakia and France, 7. - 8. Switzerland and Belgium

3. WCh 1928 (Switzerland, St.Moritz)

1.Canada, 2. Sweden, 3. Switzerland, 4. G. Britain, 5. - 7. Czechoslovakia, France and Austria, 8. - 10. Belgium, Poland and Germany, 11. Hungary

4. WCh 1930 (France/Germany, Chamonix/Berlin):

1. Canada, 2. Germany, 3. Switzerland, 4. Austria, 5. Poland, 6. - 9. Czechoslovakia, Hungary, Japan a France, 10. - 12. G. Britain, Italy and Belgium

5. WCh 1931 (Poland, Krynica)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Austria, 4. Poland, 5. Czechoslovakia, 6. Sweden, 7 .Hungary, 8. G. Britain, 9. France, 10. Romania

6. WCh 1932 (USA, Lake Placid)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Germany, 4. Poland

7. WCh 1933 (Czechoslovakia, Prague)

1. USA, 2. Canada, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Austria, 5. Germany a Switzerland, 7. - 8. Poland, Hungary, 9. Romania, 10. Latvia, 11. Italy, 12. Belgium

8. WCh 1934 (Italy, Milano)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Germany, 4. Switzerland, 5. Czechoslovakia, 6. Hungary,7. Austria, 8. G. Britain, 9. Italy, 10. Romania, 11. France, 12. Belgium

9. WCh 1935 (Switzerland, Davos)

1. Canada, 2. Switzerland, 3. G. Britain, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. Sweden, 6. Austria, 7. France, 8. Italy, 9. Germany,
10. Poland, 11. - 12. Hungary and Romania, 13.- 14. Belgium and Latvia, 15. Netherland

10. WCh 1936 (Germany, Garmisch-Partenkirchen)

1. G. Britain, 2. Canada, 3. USA, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5.- 6. Germany and Sweden, 7 - 8. Austria and Hungary, 9. - 12. France, Italy, Poland and Japan,
13. - 14. Switzerland and Latvia, 15. Belgium

11. WCh 1937 (G. Britain, London)

1. Canada, 2. G. Britain, 3. Switzerland, 4. Germany, 5. Hungary, 6. Czechoslovakia, 7. France, 8. Poland, 9. Norway, 10. - 11. Romania and Sweden

12. WCh 1938 (Czechoslovakia, Prague)

1. Canada, 2. G. Britain, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Germany, 5. Sweden, 6. Switzerland, 7. - 9. USA, Hungary and Poland, 10. - 14. Austria, Latvia, Lithuania, Romania and Norway

13. WCh 1939 (Switzerland, Basel/Zurich)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Switzerland, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. Germany, 6 Poland, 7.Hungary, 8. G. Britain, 9. Italy, 1O. Latvia, 11. - 12. Belgium and Netherland,
13. - 14. Finland and Yugoslavia

14. WCh 1947 (Czechoslovakia, Prague)

1. Czechoslovakia, 2. Sweden, 3. Austria, 4. Switzerland, 5. USA, 6. Poland, 7. Romania, 8. Belgium

15. WCh 1948 (Switzerland, St. Moritz)

1. Canada, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Switzerland, 4. USA, 5. Sweden, 6. G. Britain, 7. Poland, 8. Austria, 9. Italy

16. WCh 1949 (Sweden, Stockholm)

1. Czechoslovakia, 2. Canada, 3. USA, 4. Sweden, 5. Switzerland, 6. Austria, 7. Finland, 8. Norway, 9. Belgium, 10. Denmark

17. WCh 1950 (G. Britain, London)

1.Canada, 2. USA, 3. Switzerland, 4. G. Britain, 5. Sweden, 6. Norway, 7. Belgium, 8. Holansko, 9. France

Team of Czechoslovakia was before championship handcuffed by the state security police and taken to jail

18. WCh 1951 (France, Paris)

1. Canada, 2. Sweden, 3. Switzerland, 4. Norway, 5. G. Britain, 6. USA, 7. Finland, 8. Italy, 9. France, 10. Netherland, 11. Austria, 12. Belgium, 13. Yugoslavia

19. WCh 1952 (Norway, Oslo)

1. Canada, 2. USA, 3. Sweden, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. Switzerland, 6. Poland, 7. Finland, 8. West Germany, 9. Norway

20. WCh 1953 (Switzerland, Zurich/Basel)

1. Sweden, 2. West Germany, 3. Switzerland, 4. Czechoslovakia (Team resigned for national grief), 5. Italy, 6. G. Britain, 7. Switzerland B (not qualified), 8. Austria,
9. Netherland, 10. France

21. WCh 1954 (Sweden, Stockholm)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Canada, 3. Sweden, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. West Germany, 6. Finland, 7. Switzerland, 8. Norway

Best Players: Lockhard (Canada), Björn (Sweden), Bobrov (Soviet Union)

22. WCh 1955 (West Germany, Krefeld/Düsseldorf/Dortmunt/Köln)

1. Canada, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. USA, 5. Sweden, 6.West Germany, 7. Poland, 8. Switzerland, 9. Finland, 10. Italy, 11. Austria, 12. Netherland,
13. Yugoslavia, 14. Belgium

Best Players: Riagazio (USA), Gut (Czechoslovakia), Bill Warwick (Canada)

23. WCh 1956 (Italy, Cortina dAmpezzo)

1. Soviet Union, 2. USA, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. Czechoslovakia, 6. West Germany, 7. Italy, 8. Poland, 9. Switzerland, 10. Austria

Best Players: Ikola (USA), Sologubov (Soviet Union), McKenzie (Canada)

24. WCh 1957 (Soviet Union, Moscow)

1. Sweden, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Finland, 5. German DR, 6. Poland, 7. Austria, 8. Japan

Best Players: Straka (Czechoslovakia), Sologubov (Soviet Union), Tumba Johansson (Sweden)

25. WCh 1958 (Norway, Oslo)

1. Canada, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Sweden, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. USA, 6.Finland, 7. Norway, 8. Poland

Best Players: Nadrchal (Czechoslovakia), Tregubov (Soviet Union), Burus (Canada)

26. WCh 1959 (Czechoslovakia, Bratislava/Ostrava/Brno/Kladno/Kolín/Prague)

1. Canada, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. USA, 5. Sweden, 6. Finland, 7. West Germany, 8. Norway, 9. German DR, 10. Italy, 11. Poland, 12. Switzerland

Best Players: Puchkov (Soviet Union), Lamirande, Cleary (all Canada)
Spectators: 440 000

27. WCh 1960 (USA, Squaw Valley)

1. USA, 2. Canada, 3. Soviet Union, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. Sweden, 6. West Germany, 7. Finland, 8. Japan, 9. Australia

Best Players: McCartan (USA), Sologubov (Soviet Union), Nilsson (Sweden)

28. WCh 1961 (Switzerland, Genéve/Lausanne)

1. Canada, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Soviet Union, 4. Sweden, 5. German DR, 6. USA, 7. Finland, 8. West Germany

All Stars: Martin - H. Smith, Sly - Legace (all Canada), B. Majorov (Soviet Union), M. Vlach (Czechoslovakia)
Best Players: Martin (Canada), Tregubov (Soviet Union), Vl. Bubník (Czechoslovakia)

29. WCh 1962 (USA, Colorado Springs/Denver)

1. Sweden, 2. Canada, 3. USA, 4. Finland, 5. Norway, 6. West Germany, 7 Switzerland, 8. G. Britain, 9. - 10. Norway

All Stars: Haggroth (Sweden) - H. Smith, Douglas (Canada) - Nillsson, Sterner (Sweden), McLeod (Canada)
Best Players: Höggroth (USA), Mayasich (USA), Tumba Johansson (Sweden)

30. WCh 1963 (Sweden, Stockholm)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Canada, 5. Finland, 6. German DR, 7. West Germany, 8. USA

All Stars: Svensson (Sweden) - H. Smith (Canada), Ragulin (Soviet Union) - Tambellini (Canada), Mild (Sweden), M. Vlach (Czechoslovakia)
Best Players: Martin (Canada), Stoltz (Sweden), M. Vlach (Czechoslovakia)

31. WCh 1964 (Austria, Innsbruck)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Canada, 5. USA, 6. Finland, 7 West Germany, 8. Switzerland, 9. Poland, 10. Norway, 11. Japan, 12. Romania,
13. Austria, 14. Yugoslavia, 15. Italy, 16. Hungary

All Stars: Martin - Seiling (all Canada), Ragulin - Jakusev (all Soviet Union), Černý (Czechoslovakia), Bourbounnais (Canada)
Best Players: Martin (Canada), Tikal (Czechoslovakia), Ivanov (Soviet Union)

32. WCh 1965 (Finland, Tampere/Pori)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Sweden ,4. Canada, 5. German DR, 6. USA, 7. Finland, 8. Norway, 9. Switzerland, 10. West Germany

All Stars: Dzurilla (Czechoslovakia) - Ragulin (Soviet Union), Tikal (Czechoslovakia) - Almetov (Soviet Union), Jiřík (Czechoslovakia), Loktev (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Dzurila, Tikal (all Czechoslovakia), Starshinov (Soviet Union)

33. WCh 1966 (Yugoslavia, Ljublana)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. German DR, 6. USA, 7 Finland, 8. Poland

All Stars: Martin - Begg (all Canada), Ragulin (Soviet Union) - Huck (Canada), Alexandrov, Loktev (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Martin (Canada), Ragulin, Loktev (all Soviet Union)

34. WCh 1967 (Austria, Wien)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Canada, 4. Czechoslovakia, 5. USA, 6. Finland, 7. German DR, 8. West Germany

All Stars: Wetzel (USA) - Brewer (Canada), Ragulin (Soviet Union) - Almetov, Alexandrov, Firsov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Wetzel (USA), V. Davydov, Firsov (all Soviet Union)

35. WCh 1968 (France, Grenoble)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. Finland, 6. USA, 7. West Germany, 8. German DR

All Stars: Broderick (Canada) Svedberg (Sweden), Suchý (Czechoslovakia) - Huck (Canada), Ševčík (Czechoslovakia), Firsov (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Broderick (Canada), Horešovský (Czechoslovakia), Firsov (Soviet Union)

36. WCh 1969 (Sweden, Stockholm)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Canada, 5. Finland, 6. USA

All Stars: Dzurilla (Czechoslovakia) Svedberg (Sweden), Suchý - Nedomanský (all Czechoslovakia), Sterner (Sweden), Firsov (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Holmqvist (Sweden), Suchý (Czechoslovakia), Steruer (Sweden)

37. WCh 1970 (Sweden, Stockholm):

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Finland, 5. German DR, 6. Poland

All Stars: Holmqvist - Svedberg (all Sweden), Suchý - Nedomanský (all Czechoslovakia), Malcev, Firsov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Ylönen (Finland), Svedberg (Sweden), Maltsev (Soviet Union)
Spectators: 154 488

38. WCh 1971 (Switzerland, Bern/Genéve)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Sweden, 4. Finland, 5. West Germany, 6. USA

All Stars: Holeček - Suchý (all Czechoslovakia), Koskela (Finland) - Malcev, Firsov, Vikulov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Holeček, Suchý (all Czechoslovakia), Firsov (Soviet Union)
Spectators: 190 251

39. WCh 1972 (Czechoslovakia, Prague)

1. Czechoslovakia, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Sweden, 4. Finland, 5. West Germany, 6. Switzerland

All Stars: Holeček - Machač, Pospíšil (all Czechoslovakia) - Maltsv, Vikulov, Charlamov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Valtonen (Finland), Pospíšil (Czechoslovakia) and Koskela (Finland), Maltsev (Soviet Union)
Spectators: : 269 538

40. WCh 1973 (Soviet Union, Moscow)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Finland, 5. Poland, 6. West Germany

All Stars: Holeček (Czechoslovakia) - B. Salming (Sweden), Gusev - Michaylov, Petrov, Charlamov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Holeček (Czechoslovakia), Vasilyev, Michaylov (all Soviet Union)
Spectators: 295 000

41. WCh 1974 (Finland, Helsinki)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Sweden, 4. Finland, 5. Poland, 6. German DR

All Stars: Larsson - Sjöberg (Sweden), Vasilyev (Soviet Union) - Martinec, Nedomanský (all Czechoslovakia), Yakushev (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Tretyak (Soviet Union), Sjöberg (Sweden), Nedomanský (Czechoslovakia)
Spectators: 192 856

42. WCh 1975 (West Germany, München/Düsseldorf)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Sweden, 4. Finland, 5. Poland, 6. USA

All Stars: Tretyak - Vasilyev (all Soviet Union), Marjamäki (Finland) - Petrov, Yakushev (all Soviet Union), Martinec (Czechoslovakia)
Best Players: Holeček (Czechoslovakia), Marjamäki (Finland), Jakushev (Soviet Union)

43.WCh 1976 (Poland, Katowice)

1. Czechoslovakia, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Sweden, 4. USA, 5. Finland, 6. West Germany, 7. Poland, 8. German DR

All Stars: Holeček (Czechoslovakia) - Waltin (Sweden), Pospíšil - Martinec, Nový (Czechoslovakia), Charlamov (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Holeček, Pospíšil, Martinec (all Czechoslovakia)

44. WCh 1977 (Austria, Wien)

1. Czechoslovakia, 2. Sweden, 3. Soviet Union, 4. Canada, 5. Finland, 6. USA, 7. West Germany, 8. Romania

All Stars: Högosta (Sweden) - Pospíšil (Czechoslovakia), Vasilyev - Petrov, Balderis (all Soviet Union), Martinec (Czechoslovakia)
Best Players: Högosta (Sweden), Vasilyev, Balderis (all Soviet Union)

45. WCh 1978 (Czechoslovakia, Prague)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. West Germany, 6. USA, 7. Finland, 8. German DR

All Stars: Holeček - Bubla (all Czechoslovakia), Fetisov - Malcev, Kapustin (all Soviet Union), Hlinka (Czechoslovakia)
Best Players: Holeček (Czechoslovakia), Fetisov (Soviet Union), Dionne (Canada)
Spectators: 248 920 in 40 games, average: 6 223

46. WCh 1979 (Soviet Union, Moscow)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Sweden, 4. Canada, 5. Finland, 6. West Germany, 7. USA, 8. Poland

All Stars: Tretyak (Soviet Union) - Bubla (Czechoslovakia), Vasilyev - Michaylov, Petrov, Charlamov (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Tretyak, Vasilyev, Michaylov (all Soviet Union)
Spectators: 354 500 in 32 games, average: 11 078

47. WCh 1981 (Sweden, Stockholm/Göteborg)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Canada, 5. USA, 6. Finland, 7. West Germany, 8. Netherland

All Stars: Lindmark (Sweden) - Vasilyev (Soviet Union), Robinson (Canada) - Makarov, Malcev, Kapustin (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Lindmark (Sweden), Robinson (Canada), Maltsev (Soviet Union)
Spectators: 221 515 in 32 games, average: 6 922

48. WCh 1982 (Finland, Tampere/Helsinki)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. Finland, 6. West Germany, 7. Italy, 8. USA

All Stars: Králík (Czechoslovakia) - Fetisov, Kasatonov - Makarov (all Soviet Union), Gretzky, Barber (all Canada)
Best Players: Králík (Czechoslovakia), Fetisov, Salimov (all Soviet Union)

49. WCh 1983 (West Germany, Düsseldorf/Dortmund/München)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Czechoslovakia, 3. Canada, 4. Sweden, 5. West Germany, 6. German DR, 7.Finland, 8. Italy

All Stars: Treyak - Fetisov, Kasatonov - Makarov, Larionov, Krutov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Tretyak, Kasatonov (Soviet Union), Lála (Czechoslovakia)

50. WCh 1985 (Czechoslovakia, Prague)

1. Czechoslovakia, 2. Canada, 3. Soviet Union, 4. USA, 5. Finland, 6. Sweden, 7. West Germany, 8. German DR

All Stars: Králík (Czechoslovakia) - Fetisov, Kasatonov (all Soviet Union) - Makarov (Soviet Union), Růžička (Czechoslovakia), Krutov (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Králík (Czechoslovakia), Fetisov, Makarov (all Soviet Union)
Spectators: 411 659 in 40 games, average: 10 291

51. WCh 1986 (Soviet Union, Moscow)

1.Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Canada, 4. Finland, 5. Czechoslovakia, 6. USA, 7. West Germany, 8. Poland

All Stars: Lindmark (Sweden) - Fetisov, Kasatonov - Makarov, Larionov, Krutov (all Soviet Union)
Best Players: Lindmark (Sweden), Fetisov, Krutov (all Soviet Union)
Spectators: 362 710 in 40 games, average: 9 067

52. WCh 1987 (Austria, Wien)

1. Sweden, 2. Soviet Union, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Canada, 5. Finland, 6. West Germany, 7. USA, 8. Switzerland

All Stars: Hašek (Czechoslovakia) - Fetisov (Soviet Union), Kiessling (West Germany) - Makarov (Soviet Union), G. Truntschka (West Germany), Krutov (Soviet Union)
Best Players: Hašek (Czechoslovakia), Hartsburgh (Canada), Krutov (Soviet Union)
Spectators: 216 125 in 40 games, average: 5 403

53. WCh 1989 (Sweden, Stockholm)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Canada, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Sweden, 5. Finland, 6. USA, 7 West Germany, 8. Poland

All Stars: Hašek (Czechoslovakia) - Fetisov (Soviet Union), Eldebrink (Sweden) - Makarov, Bykov (all Soviet Union), Yzerman (Canada)
Best Players: Hašek (Czechoslovakia), Fetisov (Soviet Union), Bellows (Canada)
Spectators: 388 190 in 40 games, average: 9 704

54. WCh 1990 (Switzerland, Bern/Fribourg)

1. Soviet Union, 2. Sweden, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Canada, 5. USA, 6. Finland, 7. West Germany, 8. Norway

All Stars: Hašek (Czechoslovakia) - Tatarinov, Fetisov, Chomutov (all Soviet Union), Reichel (Czechoslovakia), Yzerman (Canada)
Best Players: Irbe, Tatarinov (all Soviet Union), Yzerman (Canada)
Spectators: 236 150 in 40 games, average: 5 903

55. WCh 1991 (Finland, Turku/Tampere/Helsinki)

1. Sweden, 2. Canada, 3. Russia, 4. USA, 5. Finland, 6. Czechoslovakia, 7. Switzerland, 8. West Germany

Best Players: Ketterer (Finland), Macoun (Canada), Kamensky (Soviet Union)
All Stars: Burke (Canada) - Fetisov, Kasatonov (all Soviet Union) - Kurri (Finland), Rundqvist (Sweden), Kamensky (Soviet Union)
Spectators: 310 627 in 40 games, average: 7 765

56. WCh 1992 (Czechoslovakia, Prague/Bratislava)

1. Sweden, 2. Finland, 3. Czechoslovakia, 4. Switzerland, 5.- 8.Canada, Russia, USA, West Germany, 9.- 10. Norway and Italy, 11. France, 12. Poland

All Stars: Ketterer - Jutila (all Finland), Musil (Czechoslovakia) - Varvio (Finland), Hrbek (Czechoslovakia), Sundin (Sweden)
Best Players: Söderström (Sweden), Švehla (Czechoslovakia), Sundin (Sweden)
Spectators: 246 173 in 39 games, average: 6 312

57. WCh 1993 (West Germany, Dortmund/München)

1. Russia, 2. Sweden, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Canada, 5. Germany, 6. USA, 7 Finland, 8. Italy, 9. Austria, 10. France, 11. Norway, 12. Switzerland

All Stars: Bříza (Czechoslovakia) - Manson (Canada), Byakin (Russia) - Renberg (Sweden), E. Lindros (Canada), Dahlén (Sweden)
Best Players: Bříza (Czech Republic), Yushkyevich (Russia), Lindros (Canada)
Spectators: 226 379
Spectators: 224 892 in 41 games, average: 5 485

58. WCh 1994 (Italy, Canazei/Bolzano/Milano)

1. Canada, 2. Finland, 3. Sweden, 4.USA, 5. Russia, 6. Italy, 7. Czech Republic, 8. Austria, 9. West Germany, 10. France, 11. Norway, 12. G. Britian

All Stars: Ranford (Canada) - Jutila (Finland), Svensson (Sweden) - Kurri, Koivu (all Finland), Kariya (Canada)
Best Players: Ranford (Canada), Svensson (Sweden), Kariya (Canada)
Spectators: 94 610

59. WCh 1995 (Sweden, Stockholm/Gavle)

1. Finland, 2. Sweden, 3. Canada, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Russia, 6. USA, 7. Italy, 8. France, 9. Norway, 10. Germany, 11. Austria, 12. Switzerland

All Stars: Turek (Czech Republic) - Jutila (Finland), Sjödin (Sweden) Lehtinen, Koivu, Peltonen
Best Players: Myllys (Finland), Olsson (Sweden), Koivu (Finland)
Spectators: 325 571 in 40 games, average: 8 139

60. WCh 1996 (Austria, Wien)

1. Czech Republic, 2. Canada, 3. USA, 4. Russia, 5. Finland, 6. Sweden, 7. Italy, 8. Germany, 9. Norway, 10. Slovakia, 11. France, 12. Austria

All Stars: Turek - M.Sýkora (Czech Republic), Zhitnik (Russia) - Vejvoda, Reichel (all Czech Republic), Kariya (Canada)
Best Players: Turek (Czech Republic), Zhitnik (Russia), Kariya (Canada)
Spectators: 186 830

61. WCh 1997 (Finland, Helsinki/Tampere)

1. Canada, 2. Sweden, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Russia, 5. Finland, 6. USA, 7. Latvia, 8. Italy, 9. Slovakia, 10. France, 11. Germany, 12. Norway

All Stars: Salo (Sweden) - Blake (Canada), Numinen (Finland) - Vůjtek (Czech Republic), Nylander (Sweden), M. Procházka (Czech Republic)
Best Players: Salo (Sweden), Blake (Canada), Nylander (Sweden)
Spectators: 526 172 in 52 games, average: 10 119

62. WCh 1998 (Switzerland, Zurich/Basel)

1. Sweden, 2. Finland, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Switzerland, 5. Russia, 6. Canada, 7. Slovakia, 8. Belarus, 9. Latvia, 10. Italy, 11. Germany, 12. USA,
13. - 16. France, Japan, Kazakstan, Austria

All Stars: Salo (Sweden) - Karalahti (Finland), F. Kučera (Czech Republic) - Forsberg, Sundin (Sweden), Peltonen (Finland)
Best Players: Sulander (Finland), F. Kučera (Czech Republic), Forsberg (Sweden)
Spectators: 231 748 in 49 games, average: 5 903

63. WCh 1999 (Norway, Oslo, Hamar, Lillehammer)

1. Czech Republic, 2. Finland, 3. Sweden, 4. Canada, 5. Russia, USA, Slovakia, Switzerland, 9. Belarus, 10. Austria, 11. Latvia, 12. Norway, 13. Italy, Ukraine, France, Japan

All Stars: Salo (Sweden) - Karalahti (Finland), Kubina (Czech Republic) - Selänne (Finland), Koivu (Finland), Rucinský (Czech Republic)
Best Players:Salo (Sweden) - F. Kučera (Czech Republic) - Koivu (Finland)
Spectators: 180 394

64. WCh 2000 (Russia, St. Peterburg)

1. Czech Republic, 2. Slovakia, 3. Finland, 4. Canada, 5. USA, 6. Switzerland, 7. Sweden, 8. Latvia, 9. Belarus, 10. Norway, 11. Russia, 12. Italy,
13. Austria, 14. Ukraine, 15. France, 16. Japan

All Stars: Čechmánek (Czech Republic) - Nummelin (Finland), Sýkora (Czech Republic) - Šatan (Slovakia), Dopita (Czech Republic), Vlasák (Czech Republic)
Best Players: Čechmánek (Czech Republic) - Nummelin (Finland) - Šatan (Slovakia)
Spectators: 318 449 in 56 games, average: 5 686

65. WCh 2001 (Germany, Hannover, Köln, Nürnberg)

1. Czech Republic, 2. Finland, 3, Sweden, 4. USA, 5. Canada, 6. Russia, 7. Slovakia, 8. Germany, 9. Switzerland, 10. Ukraine, 11. Austria, 12. Italy,
13. Latvia, 14. Belarus, 15. Norway, 16. Japan

All Stars: Milan Hnilička (Czech Republic) - Petteri Nummelin (Finland), Kim Johnsson (Sweden) - Sami Kapanen (Finland), Robert Reichel, Martin Ručinský (Czech Republic)
Best Players: Hnilička (Czech Republic) - Johnsson (Sweden) - Kapanen (Finland)
>Most Valuable Player: David Moravec (Czech Republic)
Spectators: 407 542 in 56 games, average: 7 277

66. WCh 2002 (Sweden, Göteborg, Karstad a Jönköping)

1. Slovakia, 2. Russia, 3. Sweden, 4. Finland, 5. Czech Republic, 6. Canada, 7. USA, 8. Germany, 9. Ukraine, 10. Switzerland, 11. Latvia, 12. Austria,
13. Slovenia, 14. Poland, 15. Italy, 16. Japan

All Stars: Maxim Sokolov (Russia) - Richard Lintner (Slovakia), Thomas Rhodin (Sweden) - Miroslav Šatan (Slovakia), Niklas Hagman (Finland), Peter Bondra (Slovakia)
Best Players: M. Sokolov (Russia) - D. Tjarnqvist (Sweden) - N. Hagman (Finland)
Most Valuable Player: Miroslav Šatan (Slovakia)
Spectators: 305 541 in 56 games, average: 5 456

67. WCh 2003 (Finland, Helsinki, Tampere, Turku)

1. Canada, 2. Sweden, 3. Slovakia, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Finland, 6. Germany, 7. Russia, 8. Switzerland, 9. Latvia, 10. Austria, 11. Denmark, 12. Ukraine,
13. USA, 14. Belarus, 15. Slovenia, 16. Japan

All Stars: Sean Burke (Canada) - Ľubomír Višňovský (Slovakia), Jay Bouwmeester (Canada) - Mats Sundin (Sweden), Peter Forsberg (Sweden), Dany Heatley (Canada)
Best Players: Sean Burke (Canada) - Jay Bouwmeester (Canada) - Mats Sundin (Sweden)
Most Valuable Player: Mats Sundin (Sweden)
Spectators: 449 193 in 56 games, average: 8 021

68. WCh 2004 (Czech Republic, Prague, Ostrava)

1. Canada, 2. Sweden, 3. USA, 4. Slovakia, 5. Czech Republic, 6. Finland, 7. Latvia, 8. Switzerland, 9. Germany, 10. Russia, 11. Austria, 12. Denmark,
13. Kazakhstan, 14. Ukraine, 15. Japan, 16. France

All Stars: Henrik Lundqvist (Sweden) - Zdeno Chára (Slovakia), Dick Tärnström (Sweden) - Dany Heatley (Canada), Ville Peltonen (Finland), Jaromír Jágr (Czech Republic)
Best Players: Ty Conklin (USA) - Dick Tärnström (Sweden) - Dany Heatley (Canada)
Most Valuable Player: Dany Heatley (Canada)
Spectators: 552 097 in 56 games, average: 9 859

69. Wch 2005 (Austria, Wien, Innsbruck)

1. Czech Republic, 2. Canada, 3. Russia, 4. Sweden, 5. Slovakia, 6. USA, 7. Finland, 8. Switzerland, 9. Latvia, 10. Belarus, 11. Ukraine, 12. Kazakhstan,
13. Slovenia, 14. Denmark, 15. Germany, 16. Austria

All Stars: Tomáš Vokoun (Czech Republic) - Niklas Kronwall (Sweden), Marek Židlický (Czech Republic) - Jaromír Jágr (Czech Republic), Joe Thornton, Rick Nash (Canada)
Best Players: Tomáš Vokoun (Czech Republic) - Wade Redden (Canada) - Ilya Kovalyov (Russia)
Most Valuable Player: Joe Thornton (Canada)
Spectators: 323 974 in 56 games, average: 5 786

70. Wch 2006 (Latvia, Riga)

1. Sweden, 2. Czech Republic, 3. Finland, 4. Canada, 5. Russia, 6. Belarus, 7. USA, 8. Slovakia, 9. Switzerland, 10. Latvia, 11. Norway, 12. Ukraine,
13. Denmark, 14. Italy, 15. Kazakhstan, 16. Slovenia

All Stars: Andrey Mezin (BLR) - Petteri Nummelin (Finland), Niklas Kronwall (Sweden) - Sidney Crosby (Canada), David Výborný (Czech Republic), Alexander Ovechkin (Russia)
Best Players: Johan Holmqvist (Sweden) - Niklas Kronwall (Sweden) - Sidney Crosby (Canada)
Most Valuable Player: Niklas Kronwall (Sweden)
7Spectators: 324 794 in 56 games, average: 5 799

71. Wch 2007 (Russia, Moscow )

1. Canada, 2. Finland, 3. Russia, 4. Sweden, 5. USA, 6. Slovakia, 7. Czech Republic, 8. Switzerland, 9. Germany, 10. Denmark, 11. Belarus, 12. Italy,
13. Latvia, 14. Norway, 15. Austria, 16. Ukraine

All Stars: Kari Lehtonen (Finland) - Petteri Nummelin (Finland), Andrey Markov (Russia) - Alexey Morozov (Russia), Yevgeny Malkin (Russia), Rick Nash (Canada)
Best Players: Kari Lehtonen (Finland) - Andrej Markov (Russia) - Alexej Morozov (Russia)
Most Valuable Player: Rick Nash (Canada)
Spectators: 330 708 in 56 games, average: 5 905

72. Wch 2008 (Canada, Halifax, Quebec City)

1. Russia, 2. Canada, 3. Finland, 4. Sweden, 5. Czech Republic, 6. USA, 7. Switzerland, 8. Norway, 9. Belarus, 10. Germany, 11. Latvia, 12. Denmark,
13. Slovakia, 14. France, 15. Slovenia, 16. Italy

All Stars: Yevgeny Nabokov (Russia) - Mike Green (Canada), Tomáš Kaberle (Czech Republic) - Rick Nash (Canada), Dany Heatley, Alexandr Ovechkin (Russia)
Best Players: Yevgeny Nabokov (Russia) - Brent Burns (Canada) - Dany Heatley (Canada)
Most Valuable Player: Dany Heatley (Canada)
Spectators: 477 040 in 56 games, average: 8 834

73. WCh 2009 (Switzerland, Bern, Zurich-Kloten)

1. Russia, 2. Canada, 3. Sweden, 4. USA, 5. Finland, 6. Czech Republic, 7. Latvia, 8. Belarus, 9. Switzerland, 10. Slovakia, 11. Norway, 12. France,
13. Denmark, 14. Austria, 15. Germany, 16. Hungary

All Stars: Andrey Mezin (BLR) - Shea Weber (Canada), Kenny Jonsson (Sweden) - Ilja Kovalchuk (Russia), Marty St. Louis (Canada), Steve Stamkos (Canada)
Best Players: Andrey Mezin (BLR) - Shea Weber (Canada) - Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia)
Most Valuable Player: Ilya Kovalchuk (Russia)
Spectators: 379 044 in 56 games, average: 6 768

74. WCh 2010 (Germany, Köln, Mannheim)

1. Czech Republic, 2. Russia, 3. Sweden, 4. Germany, 5. Switzerland, 6. Finland, 7. Canada, 8. Denmark, 9. Norway, 10. Belarus, 11. Latvia, 12. Slovakia,
13. USA, 14. France, 15. Italy, 16. Kazakstan

All Stars: Dennis Endras (GER) - Petteri Nummelin (Finland), Christian Ehrhoff (GER) - Pavel Datsyuk, Yevgeny Malkin (Russia), Magnus Pääjärvi Svensson (Sweden)
Best Players: Dennis Endras (GER) - Petteri Nummelin (Finland) - Pavel Datsyuk (Russia)
Most Valuable Player: Dennis Endras (GER)
Spectators: 548 768 in 56 games, average: 9 799

75. Wch 2011 (Slovakia, Bratislava, Košice)

1. Finland, 2. Sweden, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Russia, 5. Canada, 6. Norway, 7. Germany, 8. USA, 9. Switzerland, 10. Slovakia, 11. Denmark, 12. France,
13. Latvia, 14. Belarus, 15. Austria, 16. Slovenia

All Stars: Viktor Fasth (SWE) - David Petrasek (SWE), Marek Židlický (CZE) - Patrik Berglund (SWE), Jarkko Immonen (FIN), Jaromír Jágr (CZE)
Best Players: Viktor Fasth (Sweden) - Alex Pietrangelo (Canada) - Jaromír Jágr (Czech Republic)
Most Valuable Player: Viktor Fasth (SWE)
Spectators: 406 804 in 56 games, average: 7 264

76. WCh 2012 (Sweden, Stockholm, Finland, Heslinki)

1. Russia, 2. Slovakia, 3. Czech Republic, 4. Finland, 5. Canada, 6. Sweden, 7. USA, 8. Norway, 9. France, 10. Latvia, 11. Switzerland, 12. Germany,
13. Denmark, 14. Belarus, 15. Italy, 16. Kazakhstan

All Stars: Ján Laco (Slovakia) - Zdeno Chára (Slovakia) – Ilya Nikulin (Russia) - Yevgeny Malkin (Russia), Patrick Thoresen (NOR), Henrik Zetterberg (Sweden)
Best Players: Ján Laco - Zdeno Chára (Slovakia) - Yevgeny Malkin (Russia)
Most Valuable Player: Yevgeny Malkin (RUS)
Spectators: 451 054 in 64 games, average: 7 048

77. WCh 2013 (Sweden, Stockholm, Finland, Heslinki)

1. Sweden, 2. Switzerland, 3. USA, 4. Finland, 5. Canada, 6. Russia, 7. Czech Republic, 8. Slovakia, 9. Germany, 10. Norway, 11. Latvia, 12. Denmark,
13. France, 14. Belarus, 15. Austria, 16. Slovenia

All Stars: Jonas Enroth (Sweden) - Roman Josi, Julien Vauclair (Switzerland) - Petri Kontiola (Finland), Paul Stastny (USA), Henrik Sedin (Sweden).
Best Players: Jonas Enroth (Sweden) - Roman Josi (Switzerland) - Petri Kontiola (Finland)
Most Valuable Player: Roman Josi (Switzerland).
Spectators: 427 818 in 64 games, average: 6 685

78. WCh 2014 (Belarus, Minsk)

1. Russia, 2. Finland, 3. Sweden, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Canada, 6. USA, 7. Belarus, 8. France, 9. Slovakia, 10. Switzerland, 11. Latvia, 12. Norway,
13. Denmark, 14. Germany, 15. Italy, 16. Kazakhstan

All Stars: Pekka Rinne (FIN)- Seth Jones (USA), Anton Belov (RUS) - Sergey Plotnikov (RUS), Viktor Tichonov (RUS), Antoine Roussel (FRA).
Best Players: Sergey Bobrovsky (RUS) - Seth Jones (USA) - Viktor Tichonov (RUS)
Most Valuable Player: Pekka Rinne (FIN)
Spectators: 640 044 in 64 games, average: 10,001

79. WCh 2015 (Czech Republic, Prague, Ostrava)

1. Canada, 2. Russia, 3. USA, 4. Czech Republic, 5. Sweden, 6. Finland, 7. Belarus, 8. Switzerland, 9. Slovakia, 10. Germany, 11. Norway, 12. France,
13. Latvia, 14. Denmark, 15. Austria, 16. Slovenia

All Stars: Connor Hellebuyck (USA) - Brent Burns (Canada), Oliver Ekman-Larsson (Sweden) - Jaromir Jágr (Czech Republic), Jason Spezza (Canada), Taylor Hall (Canada)
Best Players: Pekka Rinne, Finland - Brent Burns, Canada - Jason Spezza, Canada
Most Valuable Player: Jaromir Jagr, Czech Republic
Spectators: 741 690 in 64 game, average: 11 589

80. WCh 2016 (Russia, Moscow, St. Petersburg)

1. Canada, 2. Finland, 3. Russia, 4. USA, 5. Czech Republic, 6. Sweden, 7. Germany, 8. Denmark, 9. Slovakia, 10. Norway, 11. Switzerland, 12. Belarus,
13. Latvia, 14. France, 15. Hungary, 16. Kazakhstan

All Stars: Mikko Koskinen (FIN) - Nikita Zaitsev (RUS), Michael Matheson (CAN) - Patrik Laine, Mikael Granlund (FIN), Vadim Shipachyov (RUS)
Best Players: Mikko Koskinen (FIN) - Michael Matheson (CAN) - Patrik Laine (FIN)
Most Valuable Player: Patrik Laine (FIN)
Spectators: 417 414 in 64 game, average: 6 522

81. WCh 2017 (Germany, Cologne & France, Paris)

82. WCh 2018 (Denmark, Herning, Copenhagen)

83. WCh 2019 (Slovakia, Bratislava, Košice)