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1935 World Ice Hockey Championships
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Tournament details
Host nation  Switzerland
Dates 19–27 January
Teams 15
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)
Champions  Canada (8 titles)
Tournament statistics
Games played 50
Goals scored 254  (5.08 per game)

Photo from a match

The 1935 Men's Ice Hockey World Championships were held between January 19 and January 27, 1935 in Davos, Switzerland with 15 countries taking part, a record. The 15 teams first played in four preliminary round groups (three groups of four and a group with three teams). Unlike the previous year, Canada participated in the preliminary round. The first two teams in each group advanced to the second round while the remaining seven teams played in a consolation round to determine positions 9 through 15. In the second round there were two groups of four teams. The first two teams in each group then advanced to a final round with the remaining teams played for positions 5 though 8.

Canada won its eighth world championship title while the host, Switzerland, won its second European championship.

World Ice Hockey Championship (in Davos, Switzerland)[]

First Round[]

Group A[]

Games January 19 to January 21
Hungary 6 - 0 Netherlands
Switzerland 6 - 1 Sweden
Sweden 6 - 0 Netherlands
Switzerland 1 - 1 Hungary
Sweden 3 - 0 Hungary
Switzerland 4 - 0 Netherlands

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Switzerland 3 2 1 0 11: 2 + 9 5:1
2  Sweden 3 2 0 1 10: 6 + 4 4:2
3  Hungary 3 1 1 1 7: 4 + 3 3:3
4  Netherlands 3 0 0 3 0:16 -16 0:6

Group B[]

Games January 19 to January 21
France 3 - 2 Poland
Italy 2 - 0 Germany
France 1 - 1 Italy
Poland 3 - 1 Germany
Italy 1 - 1 Poland
France 2 - 1 Germany

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  France 3 2 1 0 6:4 +2 5:1
2  Italy 3 1 2 0 4:2 +2 4:2
3  Poland 3 1 1 1 6:5 +1 3:3
4  Germany 3 0 0 3 2:7 -5 0:6

Group C[]

Games January 19 to January 21
Romania 2 - 1 Belgium
Czechoslovakia 2 - 1 Austria
Austria 6 - 1 Belgium
Czechoslovakia 4 - 2 Romania
Austria 2 - 1 Romania
Czechoslovakia 22 - 0 Belgium

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Czechoslovakia 3 3 0 0 28: 3 +25 6:0
2  Austria 3 2 0 1 9: 4 + 5 4:2
3  Romania 3 1 0 2 5: 7 - 2 2:4
4  Belgium 3 0 0 3 2:30 -28 0:6

Group D[]

Games January 19 to January 21
Canada 4 - 2 Great Britain
Canada 14 - 0 Latvia
Great Britain 5 - 1 Latvia

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Canada 2 2 0 0 18: 2 +16 4:0
2  Great Britain 2 1 0 1 7: 5 + 2 2:2
3  Latvia 2 0 0 2 1:19 -18 0:4

Second Round[]

Group A[]

Games January 22 to January 24

Czechoslovakia 5 - 1 a.p. Italy
Canada 5 - 2 Sweden
Czechoslovakia 2 - 1 a.p. Sweden
Canada 9 - 0 Italy
Sweden 1 - 1 Italy
Canada 2 - 1 Czechoslovakia

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Canada 3 3 0 0 16: 3 +13 6:0
2  Czechoslovakia 3 2 0 1 8: 4 + 4 4:2
3  Sweden 3 0 1 2 4: 8 - 4 1:5
4  Italy 3 0 1 2 2:15 -13 1:5

Group B[]

Games January 22 to January 24
Great Britain 1 - 0 France
Switzerland 1 - 1 a.p. Austria
Great Britain 4 - 1 Austria
Switzerland 5 - 1 France
Austria 4 - 1 France
Switzerland 1 - 0 Great Britain

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Switzerland 3 2 1 0 7: 2 +5 5:1
2  Great Britain 3 2 0 1 5: 2 +3 4:2
3  Austria 3 1 1 1 6: 6 0 3:3
4  France 3 0 0 3 2:10 -8 0:6

Consolation Round for 9th-15th Place[]

Group A[]

Games January 23 to January 25

Poland 12 - 2 Belgium
Hungary 6 - 1 Belgium
Poland 1 - 1 Hungary

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Poland 2 1 1 0 13: 3 +10 3:1
2  Hungary 2 1 1 0 7: 2 + 5 3:1
3  Belgium 2 0 0 2 3:18 -15 0:4

Group B[]

Games January 23 to January 25

Germany 5 - 0 Netherlands
Romania 3 - 2 Latvia
Romania 6 - 0 Netherlands
Germany 3 - 1 Latvia
Latvia 7 - 0 Netherlands
Germany 3 - 0 Romania
Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Germany 3 3 0 0 11: 1 +10 6:0
2  Romania 3 2 0 1 9: 5 + 4 4:2
3  Latvia 3 1 0 2 10: 6 + 4 2:4
4  Netherlands 3 0 0 3 0:18 -18 0:6

Ninth place Game January 27
Germany 5 - 1 Poland

5th to 8th Places[]

Matches of classification January 26
Sweden 2 - 1 France
Austria 2 - 1 Italy

Fifth place Game January 27
Sweden 3 - 1 Austria

Final Round – 1st to 4th Places[]

Games January 26 to January 27
Switzerland 1 - 0 Great Britain
Canada 2 - 1 Czechoslovakia
Canada 6 - 0 Great Britain
Switzerland 4 - 0 Czechoslovakia
Great Britain 2 - 1 a.p. Czechoslovakia
Canada 4 - 2 Switzerland

Standings

Pos. Team G.P Wins Ties Losses Goals Goal Diff. Pts.
1  Canada 3 3 0 0 12: 3 +9 6:0
2  Switzerland 3 2 0 1 7: 4 +3 4:2
3  Great Britain 3 1 0 2 2: 8 -6 2:4
4  Czechoslovakia 3 0 0 3 2: 8 -6 0:6

Final Rankings – World Championship[]

RF Team
1  Canada
2  Switzerland
3  Great Britain
4  Czechoslovakia
5  Sweden
6  Austria
7  France
7  Italy
9  Germany
10  Poland
11  Romania
12  Hungary
13  Latvia
14  Belgium
15  Netherlands

Final Rankings – European Championship[]

RF Team
1  Switzerland
2  Great Britain
3  Czechoslovakia
4  Sweden
5  Austria
6  France
6  Italy
8  Germany
9  Poland
10  Romania
11  Hungary
12  Latvia
13  Belgium
14  Netherlands

Team rosters[]

Place Team Player
1  Canada Goaltender: Art Rice-Jones. Defensemen: Cameron Shewan, Joe Rivers, Roy Hinkel. Forwards : Archie Creighton, Albert Lemay, Anthony Lemay, Victor Lindqvist, Norman Rivers, Norm Yellowlees. Coach: Scotty Oliver.
2  Switzerland Goaltenders: Albert Kunzler, Arnold Hirtz. Skaters: Christian Badrutt, Pic Cattini, Hans Cattini, Albert Geromini, Otto Heller, Ernst Hug, Herbert Kessler, Charly Kessler, Paul Muller, Thomas Pleisch, Oscar Schmidt, Bibi Torriani. Coach: Charles Fasel.
3  Great Britain Goaltender: Scotty Milne. Skaters: Gordon Dailley, Gerry Davey, Carl Erhardt, Pete Halford, Ted Jackson, Gordon Johnson, Ernie Leacock, Ernie Ramus, Pete Stevenson, Bob Wyman. Coach: Bunny Ahearne.
4  Czechoslovakia Goaltenders: Jan Peka, Josef Bohac. Skaters: Lolek Cetkovsky, Jaroslav Cisar, Karel Hromadka, Drahos Jirotka, Zdenek Jirotka, Jan Kosek, Olda Kucera, Josef Malecek, Jan Michalek, Frantisek Pergl, Jaroslav Pusbauer, Jiri Tozicka.
5  Sweden Goaltenders: Vilhelm Larsson-Lagheim, Bengt Liedstrand. Skaters: Borje Abelsted, Olle Andersson, Sven Bergqvist, Lennart Hellman, Gustaf Johansson, Torsten Johncke, Yngve Liljeberg, Evert Low, Bertil Lundell, Sigfrid Öberg.
6  Austria Goaltenders: Karl Oerdoegh, Hermann Weiss. Skaters: Fritz Demmer, Sepp Göbl, Karl Kirchberger, Oskar Nowak, Hans Schneider, Franz Schüßler, Emil Seidler, Willibald Stanek, Hans Tatzer, Rudolf Vojta, Hans Trauttenberg. Coach: Hans Weinberger.
7  Italy Goaltenders: Augusto Gerosa, Enrico Calcaterra. Skaters: Gianmario Baroni, Franco Carlassare, Tino de Mazzeri, Ignazio Dionisi, Mario Maiocchi, Camillo Mussi, Franco Rossi, Gianni Scotti, Decio Trovati, Luigi Venosta, Mario Zucchini.
8  France Goaltenders: Jacques Morisson, Michel Paccard. Skaters: Philippe Boyard, Marcel Claret, Michel Delesalle, Jean-Pierre Hagnauer, Albert Hassler, Jacques Lacarriere, Pierre Lorin, Léonhard Quaglia, Pierre Savoye, Guy Volpert.
9  Germany Goaltenders: Wilhelm Egginger, Walter Leinweber. Skaters: Gustav Jaenecke, Karl Kögel, Werner Korff, Alois Kuhn, Hans Lang, Horst Orbanowski, Erich Romer, Philipp Schenk, Herbert Schibukat, Martin Schröttle, Georg Strobl.
10  Poland Goaltenders: Jozef Stogowski, Henryk Przezdziecki. Skaters: Franciczek Glowacki, Adam Kowalski, Wladyslaw Lemiszko, Witalis Ludwiczak, Czeslaw Marchewczyk, Kazimierz Sokolowski, Roman Stupnicki, Andrzej Wolkowski, Edward Zielinski. Coach: Tadeusz Sachs.
11  Romania Goaltenders: Emil Maesciuc, Mircea Ratiu, Arthur Vogel. Skaters: Paul Anastasiu, Alexandru Botez, Dan Bratianu, Gheorghe Buia, Constantin Cantacuzino, Edi Dietrich, Robert Panenka, Bob Petrovici, Nicu Polizu, Iuliu Rabinovici, Wilhelm Suck, Constantin Tico, Lajos Vakar.
12  Hungary Goaltenders: Istvan Hircsak, Gyorgy Kramer-Katay. Skaters: Miklos Barcza, Istvan Bethlen, Laszlo Blazejovsky, Matyas Farkas, Andras Gergely, Laszlo Gergely, Bela Haray, Zoltan Jeney, Sandor Miklos, Ferenc Szamosi. Coach: Géza Lator.
13  Latvia Goaltenders: Herberts Kuskis, Roberts Lapainis. Skaters: Aleksejs Auzins, Roberts Blukis, Andrejs Jessens, Arvids Jurgens, Edgars Klavs, Karlis Paegle, Arvids Petersons, Adolfs Petrovskis, Leonids Vedejs.
14  Belgium Goaltender: Georges Brohee. Skaters: Jean Barbanson, Jean De Beukelaer, Emile Duvivier, Francois Franck, Willy Kreitz, Philippe Lippens, Marco Peltzer, Georges Pootmans, Carlos Van den Driessche, Pierre Van Reysschoot.
15  Netherlands Goaltenders: Jan Gerritsen, Hans Van der Flier, Sjoerd Van Marle. Skaters: Felix de Jong, Lou de Kadt, Huib du Pon, Hans Gerritsen, Dick Koeleman, Hans Maas, Zeger Reyers, Chris Van der Mandele, Bob Van der Stok, Frits Van der Vlugt.

Team Photos[]

References[]

  • Complete results
  • Duplacey, James (1998). Total Hockey: The official encyclopedia of the National Hockey League. Total Sports, 498–528. ISBN 0-8362-7114-9. 
  • Podnieks, Andrew (2010). IIHF Media Guide & Record Book 2011. Moydart Press, 126–7. 


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