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    IIHF IHWC 1989 - Stockholm/Södertälje, Sweden

    53rd IIHF World Championship - Stockholm/Södertälje 1989

    Now for the first time on the internet: detailed stats from the IHWC 1989. I have been digging deep in the newspaper archives to retrieve this.

    What makes this, the 53rd, World Championship special is that it really marked an end of an era. It marked the end of the Red Army regime that had ruled CCCP hockey for decades. With Gorbachev's Glasnost, things started to change dramatically in the year that led up to the World Championships of 1989. The new openess in the freedom of speech, led Igor Larionov and Slava Fetisov to criticize coach Tikhonov and his way of controlling the players. Makarov and Krutov also showed their unspoken support. Only Kasatonov remained loyal to his coah. That was the reason why the friendship between him and the rest of the Green Unit came to an end -- what in turn, explains the break-up of the unit at the 1989 World Championship.
    The assault on Tikhonov was led by Igor Larionov: "In 1988, Larionov wrote an open letter to a popular Russian magazine criticising the situation of being caged and drilled for Soviet hockey praise nearly eleven months a year. He wrote about injections given to other players and the climate of fear and isolation.
    Fetisov followed his friend in an interview about the whole situation. That was the dark side of the glory. In 1989 Fetisov was released from the Red Army team and the Soviet squad. Now all the players stood up and showed their strength as a team. The experienced players, led by the KLM-Line went to a television show and gave Tikhonov an ultimatum. “If Fetisov isn’t allowed to play at the 1989 World Championship we won’t either.” Fetisov was reinstalled, even voted again as team captain. The Soviets won all their games and Fetisov was voted as the tournament’s top defenseman." (source: www.russianrocket.de).

    The ultimate goal of the rebels from the Green unit was to be released from the Red Army and be able to pursue their childhood dreams of crossing the Atlantic to play in the NHL. The NHL had already followed the Soviet players for year; Viktor Khatulev were drafted as early as 1975, and by the mid-80s virtually all important Soviet players were drafted. But noone were allowed to leave. That things had changed during the revolt of 1988-89 became obvious shortly after the World Championships of 1989. On 25 May, Tass, the Soviet news agency announced that Fetisov, Makarov and Larionov had been released from the Soviet army and were free to sign contracts with any hockey team in the world. On 1 July, the Calgary Flames signed a contract with Sergei Makarov, while New Jersey signed Fetisov and Starikov. Shortly, Vancouver Canucks followed suit by signing Larionov. Krutov would soon follow Larionov to the Canadian west coast. And this at a time when the Berlin Wall had not even come down yet. In the next years, virtually all the Soviet players (and the Czechslovakian players) of the 1989 team would leave for the west. In the most dramatic way, international hockey had changed for good.


    .Rosters

    CANADA GK: Grant Fuhr (Edmonton Oilers), Sean Burke (New Jersey Devils), Peter Sidorkiewicz (Winnipeg Jets); Dave Ellett (Winnipeg Jets), Ken Daneyko (New Jersey Devils), James Patrick (NY Rangers), Brent Ashton (Winnipeg Jets), Randy Carlyle (Winnipeg Jets), Kirk Muller (New Jersey Devils), Dale Hawerchuk (Winnipeg Jets), Kevin Dineen (Hartford Whalers), John McLean (New Jersey Devils), Pat Verbeek (New Jersey Devils), Gerard Gallant (Detroit Red Wings), Glen Andersson (Edmonton Oilers), Steve Yzerman (Detroit Red Wings), Andrew McBain (Winnipeg Jets[/b], Mark Messier (Edmonton Oilers ), Brian Bellows (Minnesota North Stars), Dave Babych (Hartford Whalers), Scott Stevens ( Washington Capitals), Ray Ferraro (Hartford Whalers), Mario Marois (Winnipeg Jets). Coach: Dave King.

    Czechoslovakia Dominik Hasek (HC Pardubice), Jaromir Sindel (Sparta Prague); Leo Gudas (Sparta Prague), Frantisek Kucera (Dukla Jihlava), Drahomir Kadlec (Kladno), Jiri Latal (Dukla Trencin), Bedrich Scerban (Dukla Jihlava), Frantisek Prochazka (Litvinov), Otakar Janecky (HC Pardubice), Jiri Kucera (Plzen Skoda), Jiri Dolezal (Sparta Prague), Antonin Stavjana (Gottwaldov TJ), [b]Vladimir Ruzicka/b] (Dukla Trencin), Jergus Baca (HC Kosice), Robert Kron (Dukla Trencin), Zdeno Ciger (Dukla Trencin), Oldrich Valek (Dukla Jihlava). Jiri Sejba (HC Pardubice), Tomas Jelinek (Sparta Prague), Otto Hascak (Dukla Trencin), Rotislav Vlach (Gottwaldov TJ), Vladimi Svitek (HC Kosice). Head coach: Pavel Wohl

    Finland Jukka Tammi (Ilves). Sakari Lindfors ( HIFK); Timo Blomqvist ( MODO, Swe), Pertti Lehtonen (HIFK), Jarmo Kuusisto (Lukko), Simo Saarinen (HIFK), Juokko Navanmaa (TPS), Kari Eloranta ( Lugano, SUI), Timo Susi (Tappara), Esa Tikkanen (Edmonton Oilers), Kari Jalonen (TPS), Pauli Jarvinen (Tappara), Hannu Jarvenpaa (Moncton Hawks, AHL), Jari Kurri ( Edmonton Oilers ), Jukka Vilander (TPS), Ari Vuori (TPS), Hannu Virta (TPS), Reijo Mikkolainen (Tappara), Esa Keskinen (Lukko), Reijo Ruotsalainen (SC Bern SUI), Iiro Jarvi (Quebec Nordiques), Jukka Seppo (HIFK). Head Coach: [b]Pentti Matikainen.

    Poland GK. Andrzej Hanisz, Gabriel Samolej, Dariusz Wieczorek; Andrej Kadziolka, Jan Stopczyk, Henryk Gruth, Robert Szopinski, Krzysztof Bujar, Miroslaw Copija, Piotr Zdunek, Janusz Adamiec, Marian Drasyk, Jacek Szopinski, Roman Steblecki, Ludwik Czapka, Jerzy Christ, Zbigniew Bryjak, Piotr Kwasigroch, Marek Teodorczak, Marek Stebnicki, Januz Syposz, Krzysztof Podiadlo, Jerzy Potz. Coach: Leszek Lejczyk

    Soviet Union: GK Sergei Mylnikov (Traktor Chelyabinsk), Arturs Irbe (Dynamo Riga), Vladimir Myshkin (Dynamo Moscow); Viacheslav Fetisov (CSKA), Sviatoslav Khalizov (SKA Leningrad), Alexei Gusarov (CSKA), Ilya Byakin (Sverdlovsk Automobilist), Alexei Kasatonov (CSKA), Yuri Khnylev (Krylja Sovetov), Vladimir Krutov (CSKA), Alexander Mogilny (CSKA), Igor Larionov (CSKA), Sergei Nemchinov (Krylja Sovetov), Valeri Kamensky (CSKA), Valery Shiryaev (Sokol Kiev), Andrei Khomutov (CSKA), Dmitri Kvartalnov (Khimik Voskresensk), Alexander Chernykh (Khimik Voskresensk), Sergei Makarov (CSKA), Sergei Yashin (Dynamo Moscow), Vyacheslav Bykov (CSKA), Sergei Fedorov (CSKA). Head Coach: Viktor Tikhonov

    Sweden: GK: Peter Lindmark (Malmö IF, SWE-1), Rolf Ridderwall (Djurgården); Anders Eldebrink (Södertälje), Tommy Albelin (Quebec Nordiques), Fredrik Olausson (Winnipeg Jets), Mats Kihlström (Södertälje). Tommy Samuelsson (Färjestad), Thomas Rundqvist (Färjestad), (Djurgården), Jens Ohling (Djurgården), Johan Strömwall (Luleå), Peter Eriksson (HV71), Jonas Bergkvist (Leksand), Peter Andersson (Färjestad), Bo Berglund (AIK), Börje Salming (Toronto Maple Leafs), Håkan Södergren (Djurgården), Anders Carlsson (New Jersey Devils), Thomas Steen (Winnipeg Jets), Thomas Eriksson (Djurgården), Tomas Sandström (NY Rangers), Ulf Dahlen (NY Rangers). Head coach: Tommy Sandlin

    USA: GK: John Vanbiesbrouck (NY Rangers), Robb Stauber (New-Haven Nighthawks, AHL); John Daskalakis (Jokerit, FIN); Brian Leetch (NY Rangers ), Greg Brown (Boston College, NCAA), Jeff Norton (NY Islanders), Tom Kurvers (New Jersey Devils), Phil Housley (Buffalo Sabres), Jack O'Callahan (New Jersey Devils), Tom O'Regan (Landshut GER-1), Ed Olczyk (Toronto Maple Leafs), Randy Wood (NY Islanders), Tom Fitzgerald (NY Islanders), Paul Fenton (Los Angeles Kings), Pat Lafontaine (NY Islanders), Kelly Miller (Washington Capitals), Brian Mullen (Winnipeg Jets), Scott Young (New-Haven Nighthawks, AHL), Tom Chorske (U. of Minnesota, NCAA ), Dave Snuggerud (Buffalo Sabres), Doug Brown (New Jersey Devils), Dave Christian (Washington Capitals), Corey Millen (Ambri-Piotta, SUI ) (disqualified, see USA's game vs Canada). Head coach: Tim Taylor

    West Germany: GK: Karl Friesen, Josef Schlickenrieder, Mathias Hoppe; Andreas Pokorny, Harold Kreis, Udo Kiessling, Bernd Wagner, Ron Fischer, Harald Birk, Peter Obresa, Markus Berwanger, Georg Holzmann, Gerd Truntchka, Michael Schmidt, Andreas Niederberger, Peter Draisaitl, Alex Kammerer, Roy Roedger, Dieter Hegen, Helmu Steiger, Ulf Hiemer, Manfred Ahne, Georg Franz. coaches: Xavier Unsinn, Erich Kuhnhackl
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    Round Robin

    15 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia - West Germany 3-3 (0-1, 1-2, 2-0)
    Globen, Att: n/a. Ref: Willig Vogtil, SUI
    0-1 (11:58) Dieter Hegen 1 (Truntschka)
    1-1 (32:48) Vladimir Rucizka 1 (Bedrich, Stavjana) PP1
    1-2 (36:35) Axel Kammerer (Berwanger)
    1-3 (37:33) Gerhard Truntschka 1
    2-3 (43:33) Jergus Baca 1 (Ruzicka) 6-on-5
    3-3 (51:20) Scerban Bedrich 1 (Svitek, Ciger) PP1
    CSSR 3x2, W.GER 3x2 + 1x5, SOG 33:21 (7:6, 16:10, 10:5)

    The tournament opened with a big surprise. Germany played a very disciplined game. The Czechs only got to their first scoring chance at 14:30 when Hascak hit the post. As the game went on the Czechs became ever more dominant but still not enough to clinch a victory.

    Soviet Union - USA 4-2 (2-2, 0-0, 2-0)
    Globen, Att: 9,938. Ref: Kjell Lindh, SWE
    1-0 (02:19) Sergei Fedorov 1 (Mogilny, S. Yashin)
    1-1 (08:58) Thomas O'Regan (Curvers) PP1
    2-1 (10:29) Sergei Fedorov 2
    2-2 (13:46) Thomas Chorske (Millen)
    3-2 (45:53) Sergei Makarov 1
    4-2 (58:14) Dmitri Kvartalnov 1 (Fedorov)
    USSR 4x2 + 1x5, USA 7x2, SOG 30:28 (10:9, 5:12, 15:7)

    Future star, Sergei Fedorov opened the tournament with 2 goals and one assist, while Slava Fetisov, who led the revolt against Tikhonov was almost anynomous, The revolt had forced Tikhonov to split the green unit so that Kasatonov (who remained faithful to Tikhonov) was paired with Konstantinov on the 2nd line. USA played a surprisingly strong game led by their top line - Olczyk, Lafontain and Mullen

    Canada - Finland 6-4 (2-1, 1-1, 3-2)
    Scaniarinken, Södertälje, Att: 6,219. Ref: Jiri Lipa, CSSR
    0-1 (05:03) Jukka Vilander 1 (Jalonen) PP1
    1-1 (16:37) David Ellett 1 (Ferraro)
    2-1 (17:36) Brent Ashton 1 (Ferraro)
    2-2 (31:44) Kari Jalonen 1 (Routsalainen, Järvenpää)
    3-2 (38:51) John McLean 1 (Ferraro)
    3-3 (42:16) Reijo Mikkolainen 1 (Susi, Blomqvist)
    4-3 (47:36) Brian Bellows 1 (Verbeek)
    5-3 (49:04) David Ellett 2 (Ferraro)
    5-4 (51:45) Jukka Vilander 2 (Jalonen, Virta)
    6-4 (54:41) Dave Hawerchuk 1 (Ashton, Dineen).
    CAN 6x2, FIn 5x2, SOG 41:31 (18:11, 9:11, 14:9)

    Nice opener in Södertälje: high speed, excellent passing game, and lots of heart from both teams. Ray Ferraro (Hartford Whalers) added 4 assists in this game

    Sweden - Poland 5-1 (1-0, 2-1, 2-0)
    Globen, Att: 13,850 (F), Ref: Nikolai Morozov, USSR
    1-0 (17:33) Tomas Sandström 1 (A. Carlsson)
    1-1 (26:48) Marion Drasyk 1
    2-1 (36:55) Thomas Steen 1 (K. Nilsson, Albeln)
    3-1 (39:35) Tomas Sandström 2 (A. Carlsson)
    4-1 (40:47) Fredrik Olausson 1 (Steen, K. Nilsson)
    5-1 (47:23) Ulf Dahlen 1 (Sandström)
    SWE 5x2, POL 4x2, SOG 36:22 (12:4, 11:12, 13:6)

    Sweden played nervously in the first half of the game, but after Steen's game winning goal Poland was no longer able to withstand the pressure from Sweden's star packed lines. No less than 7 Swedes played in the NHL. The biggest names were:
    • Börje Salming, who has played for Toronto Maple Leafs since 1973/84.
    • Tomas Sandström, NY Rangers, 88 points (32+56) in 79 games in 1988/89 season, and
    • Thomas Steen, Winnipeg Jets, 88 points (27+61) in 80 games in 1988/89 season
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    16 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia - Finland 3-1 (1-0, 1-1, 1-0)
    Scaniarinken, Södertälje, Att: 5,668. Ref: Bob Morley, CAN
    1-0 (10:14) Bedrich Scerban 2 (Svitek)
    1-1 (30:41) Jukka Seppo (Ruotsalainen, Mikkolainen)
    2-1 (38:50) Robert Kron 1 (Janecky)
    3-1 (57:41) Vladimir Svitek 1 (Ruzicka, Ciger)
    CZE 3x2, FIN 4x2, SOG 34:10 (9:2, 13:5, 12:3).

    Unlike the game vs Canada, Finland's offensive didn't work against Czechoslovakia. Especially their passing game failed. The Czechoslovakian dominated all three periods, and only Jukka Tammi, the goaltender, saved Finland from a major defeat

    Canada - Poland 11-0 (2-0, 7-0, 2-0)
    Globen, Att: 6,432. Ref: Bob Hearn.
    1-0 (8:09) Brian Bellows 2 (McLean)
    2-0 (12:03) Kevin Dineen 1 (Bellows)
    3-0 (20:38) Brian Bellows 3 (Marios)
    4-0 (21:16) Andrew McBain 1 (Hawerchuk, McLean)
    5-0 (22.21) Kirk Muller 1 (Marios, Bellows)
    6-0 (29:37) Dale Hawerchuk 2 (Carlyle)
    7-0 (30:23) Andrew McBain 2 (McLean)
    8-0 (32:59) Andrew McBain 3 (McLan, Hawerchuk)
    9-0 (37:05) Brent Ashton 1 (Stevens)
    10-0 (47:15) Andrew McBain 4 (Marios, Ellett)
    11-0 (49:59) Dale Hawerchuk 3 (McBain, McLean)
    Canada 5x2, Poland 3x2, SOG 60:24 (15:7, 31:11, 14:6.

    The all-NHL Canadian team, packed with more or less wellknown stars didn't leave Poland a chance in this game. Poland's energy slipped in the 2nd period after Canada scored three goals with 2 minutes. Andrew McBain, who had his best season for Winnipeg Jets in 1988/89 (37+40=77 points in 80 games) scored 4 goals. Shortly before the game it was announced that Mark Messier would join Canada's roster

    Soviet Union - West Germany 5-1 (1-0, 2-0, 2-1)
    Scaniarinken, Södertälje, Att: 3,565. Ref: Seppo Makelä
    1-0 (12:07) Sergey Makarov 2 (Fetisov) SH1
    2-0 (27:34) Valeri Shiryaiev 1 (Mogilny, Fedorov)
    3-0 (39:25) Slava Fetisov 1 (Kvartalnov)
    3-1 (46:41) Ulrich Hiemer 1 (Kreis)
    4-1 (51:54) Vyacheslav Bykov 1 (Fetisov)
    5-1 (54:54) Valery Kamensky 1 (Shiryaiev) PP1
    USSR 5x2 + 1x5 (Larionov) + 1x10 (Krutov), GER 5x2. SOG 40:18 (8:6, 17:3, 15:9)

    The first period was pretty even, and not least messy due to a string of penalties to both teams. Midway in the period, Makarov scored a shorthanded goal to give the Soviets the lead. In the 2nd period, the red machine increased the tempo considerably, but goaltender Jose Schlieckenrieder saved Germany from getting further behind than 0:3.

    Sweden - USA 4-2 (0-1, 0-0, 4-1)
    Globen, Att: 13,850 (F), Ref: Gerhard Vogt, GER
    0-1 (11:42) Phil Housley 1 (Miller)
    1-1 (41:26) Anders Carlsson 1 (Dahlen)
    1-2 (50:03) Kelly Miller 1 (O'Regan)
    2-2 (54:56) Tomas Sandström 3 (Eldebrink, K. Nilsson)
    3-2 (57:45) Bo Berglund 1 (Steen)
    4-2 (58:04) Kent Nilsson 1 (Eldebrink)
    SWE 5x2, USA 8x2, SOG 42:39 (17:16, 10:14, 15:9).

    USA had the world champions of '87 on their knees but a dramatic finish led by the Swedish NHL proffs rescued Tre Kronor. Sweden played a messy game. The Americans showed great skating skills in this game

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    18 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia - Poland 15-0 (4-0, 8-0, 3-0)
    Globe, Att: 3,219. Ref: Kjell Lindh, SWE
    1-0 (07:05) Antonin Stavjana 1 (Ruzicka) PP1
    2-0 (08:54) Robert Kron 2 (Janecky)
    3-0 (12:23) Vladimir Svitek 2 (Ruzicka, Scerban) PP1
    4-0 (14:31) Jiri Dolezal 1 (Stavjana)
    5-0 (22:00) Oldrich Valek 1 (J. Kucera)
    6-0 (30:41) Oldrich Valek 2 (Vlach)
    7-0 (31.28) Frantisek Prochazka 1 (Dolezal)
    8-0 (32.04) Vladimir Ruzicka 2
    9-0 (34:49) Oldrich Valek 3 (Gudas)
    10-0 (38:00) Otakar Janecky 1 (Kron)
    11-0 (38:26) Oldrich Valek 4 (J. Kucera)
    12-0 (39:17) Jiri Kucera 1 (Scerban)
    13-0 (40:29) Vladimir Ruzicka 3 (Svitek)
    14-0 (46:37) Bedrich Scerban 3 (Valek)
    15-0 (54.16) Otto Hascak 1 (Gudas) PP1
    CZE 3x2, POL 5x2, SOG 54:19 (8:7, 32:6, 12:6)

    The Czechoslovakians showed no mercy against their Communist comrades to the North. Oldrich Valek scored 4 goals during the second period where Poland was outshot by no less than 32:6. The Valek, J. Kucera - Vlach line was clearly the Czechoslovakians best in this game -- a game that once again proved that only 7 national teams were fairly competitive at this level. This would change in the next years to come

    Canada - USA 8-0 *) (2-2, 3-0, 3-0)
    Globen, Att: 12,800. Ref: Willi Vögtlin, SUI
    1-0 (03:34) Steve Yzerman 1 (Gallant)
    1-1 (10:18) Corey Millen (Kurvrea, Housley)
    1-2 (11:10) Brian Mullen (Lafontaine, Olczyk)
    2-2 (12:58) Kirk Muller 2 (Dineen)
    3-2 (20.38) Brian Bellows 4 (Muller)
    4-2 (21:07) John McLean 2 (Carlyle, Hawerchuk)
    5-2 (28:22) James Patrick 1 (Dineen)
    6-2 (xx.xx) Steve Yzerman 2
    7-2 (55:26) Brian Bellows 5 (Carlyle)
    8-2 (57:39) Steve Yzerman 3
    CAN 3x2, USA 1x2, SOG 48:40 (22:11, 13:16, 11:13)

    *) Another offensive display by the Canadian stars. A younger Steve Yzerman notched a hattrick in this game. USA's defensive was virtually absent at times, but also Canada's displayed weaknesses in their own end, in particular in the 1st period.
    After the game, a positive drugs test was made on USA's Corey Millen and this led the IIHF to change the result to 8:0


    Soviet Union - Finland 4-1 (1-1, 0-0, 3-0)
    Scaniarinken, Södertälje, Att: 4,950. Ref: Vogt, GER
    1-0 (09:50) Vyacheslav Bykov 2 (Kamensky, Shiryaev)
    1-1 (18:46) Esa Tikkanen 1 (Keskinen, Eloranta)
    2-1 (40:47) Vyacheslav Bykov 3 (Khomutov)
    3-1 (50:16) Vladimir Konstantinov 1 (Fedorov) PP1
    4-1 (58:39) Vladimir Konstantinov 2 (Krutov, Makarov)
    USSR 2x2, FIN 2x2, SOG 50:17 (15:7, 14:4, 21:6)

    Excellent game. Finland gave everything they got, but in the end it was too tough for the three Finnish lines to match the red machines' four engines. This game proved that Soviets no longer relied on one Super line. Finland was badly outshot 50:17

    Sweden - West Germany 3-3 (1-1, 2-0, 0-2)
    Globen, Att: 13,850. Ref: Bob Morley, CAN
    1-0 (14:05) Kent Nilsson 2 PP1
    1-1 (18:01) Georg Franz 1 PP1
    2-1 (30:59) Johan Strömwall 1 (P. Eriksson)
    3-1 (32:37) Bo Berglund 2 (K. Nilsson)
    3-2 (45:26) Georg Holzmann 1 (Kreis)
    3-3 (59:23) Uli Hiemer 2 (Hegen)
    SWE 7x2, GER 7x2, SOG 36:31 (10:12, 13:6, 13:13)

    Another upset by West Germany, but the Germans deserved it even if they tied the game only 37 seconds before the buzzer. After Holzman's goal five minutes into the 3rd period, the Germans had plenty of opportunities to get the equalizer. In the end, they did just that
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    19 April 1989

    Soviet Union - Poland 12-1 (5-0, 5-1, 2-0)
    Globen, Att: 5,917. Ref: Jiri Lipa, CZE
    1-0 (00:30) Vladimir Krutov 1 (Makarov)
    2-0 (08:08) Sergei Fedorov 3
    3-0 (10:28) Igor Larionov 1 (Shyriaev, Makarov)
    4-0 (17:07) Alexei Kasatonov 1 (Bykov)
    5-0 (18:11) Yuri Khmylev 1
    6-0 (22:29) Alexei Gusarov 1 (S. Yashin)
    7-0 (23:22) Sergei Fedorov 4
    8-0 (24:17) Dmitri Kvartalnov 2 (Khmylev)
    9-0 (25:59) Vyacheslav Bykov 4 (Khomutov)
    10-0 (36:27) Valeri Kamensky 2 (Bykov)
    10-1 (18:37) Roman Steblecki 1
    11-1 (50:08) Sergei Nemchinov 1
    12-1 (57:29) Vladimir Krutov 2 (Makarov)
    RUS 3x2, POL 5x2, SOG 35:18 (15:7, 11:9, 9:2)

    The red machine cruised to an easy 12:1 victory. Comparing the SOG stats with the Soviet's previous games, it becomes apparent that they took it easy in this game. the KLM line only produced 1/4 of the 12 goals, and Fetisov didn't even make a point. The times were a'changing.

    Canada - West Germany 8-2 (2-1, 3-1, 3-0)
    Globen, Att: 10,813. Ref: Nikolai Morozov, USSR
    0-1 (08:32) Ron Fischer 1 (Kreit) SH1
    1.1 (18:23) David Ellett 3 (McBain, Ferraro)
    2-1 (19:11) Kirk Muller 3 (Dineen)
    3-1 (21:32) Randy Carlyle 1 (Muller)
    3-2 (24:36) Gerd Truntschka 2 (Hegen, Niederberg) PP1
    4-2 (32:08) Ray Ferraro 1 (Verbeek)
    5-2 (32:37) Gerard Gallant 1 (Yzerman)
    6-2 (48:56) Brent Ashton 2
    7-2 (54:33) Kirk Muller 4 (Dineen, Bellows)
    8-2 (57:13) Brian Bellows 6 (Yzerman)
    CAN 7x2, GER 3x2, SOG 40:21 (16:6, 13:10: 10:5)

    Canada continueed to impress. Led by the trio Dineen - Muller - Bellows, Canada reached its average of 8 goals per game, more than enough to ensure maximum points after four rounds.

    Czechoslovakia - USA 5-4 (2-0, 1-1, 2-3)
    Scaniarinken, Att: 5,053. Ref: Seppo Mäkelä
    1-0 (15:20) Otto Hascak 1 (Ciger)
    2-0 (16:11) Vladimir Ruzicka 4 (Svitek)
    3-0 (24:31) Vladimir Svitek 3 (Baca)
    3-1 (29:37) Brian Leetch 1 (Mullen)
    3-2 (40:14) David Snuggerud 1 (Young)
    4-2 (53:02) Vladimir Ruzicka 5 (Svitek)
    4-3 (55:04) Corey Millen 1 (Kurvers, Housley) PP1
    5-3 (56:28) Otakar Janecky 2 (Gudas)
    5-4 (57:29) Paul Fenton 1 (Housley)
    CZE 10x2, USA 7x2, SOG 24:40 (4:11, 11:9, 9:20)

    USA outshot the Czechoslovakians 11:4 in the 1st period but they could not pass the young Dominator. Within a span of 10 minutes, Czechoslovakia took a 3:0 lead, but this game once again proved that USA never give up. Housley even blew a mega opportunity to tie the game.

    Sweden - Finland 6-3 (2-0, 3-0, 1-3)
    Globem Att: 13,850 (F), Ref. Rob Hearne, USA
    1-0 (03:27) Anders Eldebrink 1 (K. Nilsson) PP1
    2-0 (17:14) Ulf Dahlen 1 (Sandström)
    3-0 (20:31) Börje Salming 1
    4-0 (24:19) Kent Nilsson 3 (Eldebrink, Steen) PP1
    5-0 (34:07) Anders Eldebrink 2 (K. Nilsson, Bergqvist)
    5-1 (42:15) Jukka Vilander 3
    6-1 (43:17) Jonas Bergvist 1 (Södergren)
    6-2 (52:45) Kari Jalonen 2 (Vilander) 4-on-4
    6-3 (56:20) Kari Jalonen 3 (Virta)
    SWE 8x2, FIn 7x2, SOG 31:29 (8:10, 12:6, 11:13)

    Sweden's best game so far, by far. Tre Kronor was led by the duo Eldebrink/Kent Nilsson, supported by excellent Pekka Lindmark and Börje Salming in their own end. With four straight defeats, Finland will play in the relegation group
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    21 April 1989

    Finland - Poland 7-2 (2-1, 2-1, 3-0)
    Globen, Att: 5,312. Ref: Nikolai Morozov, USSR
    1-0 (15:51) Pauli Järvinen 1 (Lehtonen)
    2-0 (17:00) Hannu Virta 1 (Jalonen)
    2-1 (19:35) Jan Stopczyk 1 (Adamiec)
    2-2 (27:46) Jerzy Christ 1 (Szopinski) PP1
    3-2 (29:54) Jukka Seppo 2 (Vilander)
    4-2 (37:18) Jari Kurri 1 (Keskinen)
    5-2 (52:53) Jannu Jävenpää 1 (Keskinen)
    6-2 (53:08) Esa Tikkanen 2 (Kurri)
    7-2 (58:03) Kari Eloranta 1 (Keskinen)
    FIN 1x2, POL 1x2, SOG 26:17 (10:6, 8:7, 8:4).

    Finally a victory for Lejonen, and an expected one. Finland was led by the star trio: Keskinen, Kurri and Tikkanen. Defenceman Sami Saarinen was badly injured and left the tournament

    USA - West Germany 7-4 (0-0, 4-3, 3-1)
    Scaniarinken, Södertälje. Att: 4,760. Ref: Jiri Lipa, CZE
    1-0 (20:50) Pat Lafontaine 1 (Young)
    2-0 (23:41) Brian Mullen 1 (Lafontaine)
    3-0 (24:36) David Snuggerud 2
    3-1 (26:48) Markus Berwanger 1
    3-2 (31:33) Georg Holzmann 1 (Fischer)
    4-2 (53:36) Brian Leetch 2 (Fenton, Brown)
    4-3 (39:35) Udo Kiessling 1 (Steiger, Truntschka)
    5-3 (51:09) David Christian 1(Olczyk, Leetch) PP1
    6-3 (52:27) Pat Lafontaine 2 PP1
    6-4 (54:46) Dieter Hegen 2
    7-4 (59:21) Thomas O'Regan 2 (Fenton, Housley)
    USA 9x2, GER 7x2, SOG 41:41 (13:13, 13:14, 15:14).

    Soviet Union - Czechoslovakia 4-2 (1-1, 1-0, 2-1)
    Globen, Att: 13,388. Ref: Rob Hearn, USA
    1-0 (05:58) Slava Fetisov 2 (Shiryaev) PP1
    1-1 (07:41) Otakar Janecky 3 (Sejba) SH1
    2-1 (38:01) Vyacheslav Bykov 5 (Khomutov)
    3-1 (45:40) Andrei Khomutov 1 (Kamensky)
    3-2 (46:56) Frantisek Prochazka 2 (Hascak)
    4-2 (53:47) Valeri Kamenski 3
    USSR 5x2, CZE 7x2, SOG 28:20 (3:10, 11:3, 14:7)

    The red machine relied on its second engine in this game: Khomutov - Bykov - Kamenski. The Czechoslovakians played well but they had great difficulties in solving Mylnikov who played an excellent game. As did Hasek for the Czechs.

    Sweden - Canada 6-5 (2-3, 2-1, 2-1)
    Globen. Att: 13,850 (F). Willi Vögtlin, SUI
    0-1 (02:18) Steve Yzerman 4 (Gallant)
    0-2 (02:59) Andrew McBain 5 (Dineen, Ferraro)
    1-2 (05:10) Anders Eldebrink 3 (Albelin, K. Nilsson)
    2-2 (10:02) Thomas Eriksson 1 (K. Nilsson) 4-on-4
    2-3 (18:46) Brian Bellows 7 (Muller) SH1
    2-4 (20:26) Kirk Muller 5 (Hawerchuk, McLean)
    3-4 (30:01) Jonas Bergqvist 2 (Rundqvist)
    4-4 (38:04) Jonas Bergqvist 3 (Rundqvist, Salming)
    4-5 (48:42) Glen Anderson 1 (Patrick, Messier)
    5-5 (52:24) Peter Andersson 1
    6-5 (55:55) Johan Strömwall 2 (A. Carlsson)
    SWE 7x2, CAN 10x2, SOG 36:30 (13:11, 20:9, 3:10)

    A game for the history books. Widely claimed to be one of the best games in the history of the IIHF world championships. Comparable to the super finals of Canada Cup '87 - and even with the same result: 6-5

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    22 April 1989

    Sweden - Czechoslovakia 3-3 (0-0, 0-0, 3-3)
    Globen, Att: 13,850 (F), Ref: Bob Morley.
    0-1 (40:40) Zdeno Ciger 1 (Ruzicka)
    0-2 (41:30) Otakar Janecky 4
    1-2 (44:36) Håkan Södergren 1 (Öhling)
    2-2 (55:49) Fredrik Olausson 2 (K. Nilsson)
    3-2 (56:47) Tomas Sandström 4 (Eriksson)
    3-3 (58:56) Vladimir Ruzicka 6 (Dolezal)
    SWE 4x2, CZE 6x2, SOG 34:27 (10:7, 13:12, 11:8)

    Both teams had already clinched a spot in the final round. So not surprisingly the game lacked electricity. The Swedes were probably also tired after the great game vs Canada.

    Soviet Union - Canada 4-3 (2-1, 1-1, 1-1)
    Globen, Att: 13,850 (F), Ref: Seppo Mäkelä, FIN
    1-0 (01:05) Andrei Khomutov 2 (Bykov, Kamenski)
    1-1 (07:49) Andrew McBain 6 (Patrick, Dineen)
    2-1 (16:14) Vladimir Krutov 3 (Bykov)
    2-2 (35:24) John McLean 3 (Hawerchuk, Marois)
    3-2 (38:39) Sergei Makarov 3 (Fetisov)
    4-2 (42:30) Valeri Kamenski 4 (Khomutov) PP1
    4-3 (49:23) Glenn Anderson 2 (McLean)
    USSR 9x2, CAN 9x2, SOG 26:33 (13:10, 9:9, 4:14)

    Same picture here. The game left the impression that neither team went full throttle. Sean Burke minded the Canadian net.

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    23 april 1989

    Poland - West Germany 5-2 (2-3, 3-0, 0-0)
    Globen. Att: 4,532. Ref: Kjell Lindh, SWE
    1-0 (06:10) Marek Stebnicki 1 (Kadziolka) PP1
    1-1 (10:11) Gerd Truntschka 3 (Hegen)
    1-2 (15:41) Harald Birk 1 (Wagner)
    2-2 (16:57) Krzysztof Bujar 1 (Adamiec)
    2-3 (17:34) Harald Birk 2 (Schmidt)
    3-3 (27:32) Roman Steblecki 2 (Podsialdo) PP1
    4-3 (29:31) Krzysztof Bujar 2 (stebnicki)
    5-3 (38:25) Andrzej Kadziolka 1 (Christ, Podsialdo)
    POL 7x2, GER 8x2, SOG 28:36 (12:14, 12:10, 4:12)

    Another surprise. Poland entered with this game with 0 points and a goal score of 4:50. West Germany had earned surprising ties vs. Czechoslovakia and Sweden. But Poland saved what they had for this game, and the German underestimated them. A mistake that could prove costly. At this point, the relegation group was wide open


    USA - Finland 3-3 (3-0, 0-1, 0-2)
    Globen, Att: 13,850 (F), Ref: Bob Morley, CAN
    1-0 (02:44) Jeff Norton 1 (Fenton)
    2-0 (11:55) Douglas Brown 1 (Greg Brown)
    3-0 (15:22) Thomas Kurvers 1 (Lafontaine)
    3-1 (26:13) Jukka Vilander 4 (Keskinen) SH1
    3-2 (51:20) Esa Keskinen 1 (Vilander, Kuusisto)
    3-3 (56:16) Timo Susi 1 (Seppo, Järvi)
    USA 5x2, FIN 6x2, SOG 34:47 (14:11, 14:10, 10:22)

    USA deserved the victory. Not only did they hit the post three times, but they also had a goal (to 4:1) annulled. Wrong decision by the ref. Lejonen had a strong finish, but it still didn't click for the Kurri-Tikkanen duo. Kurri had a number of fine opportunities, while Tikkanen was mostly angry. He visited the sin-bin three times

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    24-25 April 1989

    24 April 1989

    Canada - Czechoslovakia 4-2 (1-0, 1-1, 2-1)
    Globen. At: 13,142 REf: Kjell Lindh, SWE
    1-0 (17:21) Dave Ellett 4 (Hawerchuk)
    1-1 (35:36) Jiri Kucera 2 (Valek, Vlach)
    2-1 (38:47) David Babych 1 (Anderson, Messier)
    3-1 (48:59) Dale Hawerchuk 4 (Yzerman)
    3-2 (49:32) Jiri Dolezal 2 (Kron)
    4-2 (50:08) Gerard Gallant 2 (Bellows)
    CAN 7x2, CZE 8x2, SOG 31:19 (11:7, 9:8, 11:4)

    Another sleepwalker game. The games between to 4 meant nothing since they would start from scratch in the final round. Canada played disciplined with a strong defence, and looked more convincing than Czechoslovakia before the final round

    Sweden - Soviet Union 2-3 (0-0, 2-2, 0-1)
    Globen. Att: 13,850 (F). Ref: Rob Hearn, USA
    0-1 (27:30) Andrei Khomutov 3 (Konstintinov, Bykov)
    1-1 (32:20) Fredrik Olausson 3 (Samuelsson) PP1
    1.2 (36:49) Sergei Makarov 4 (Gusarov)
    2-2 (39:50) Anders Eldebrink 4 PP1.
    2-3 (47:04) Valeri Shiryaev 1 (Mogilny) 4-on-4
    SWE 6x2, USSR 6x2, SOG 17:26 (4:8, 5:7, 8:11)

    Another good game by Tre Kronor, but once again the red machines' four equally good lines proved too much. Soviet Union entered the final round as the favourite.

    25 April 1989

    USA - Poland 6-1 (1-1, 1-0, 4-0)
    Globen. Att: 4,228. Ref: Vogt, W. GER
    0-1 (10:23) Robert Szopinski 1 (Kadzioka) PP1
    1-1 (11:22) Pat Lafontaine 3 (Mullen)
    2-1 (36:08) David Snuggerud 3 (O'Callahan)
    3-1 (40:40) Ed Olczyk 1 (Curvers)
    4-1 (49:02) Tom Curvers 1 (Wood)
    5-1 (55:55) Thomas Chorske 2 (Christian, Snuggerud)
    6-1 (56:22) Dave Christian 2 (Miller)
    USA 6x2, POL 5x2, SOG 35:39 (11:15, 14:12, 10:12)

    The game was more even than the score shows. Look at the SOG stats. But Poland could not solve the American defence. USA's goaltender John Vanbiesbrouck was injured and substituted by Robert Stauber in the 2nd period. Christan, Olczyk and Snuggerud were USA's best players, and goaltender Hanisz proved to be Poland's biggest asset

    Finland - West Germany 3-1 (2-1, 1-0, 0-0)
    Globen, Att: 10,212. Ref: Nikolai Morozov.
    1-0 (00:44) Jari Kurri 2 (Tikkanen, Virta)
    1-1 (06:03) Manfred Ahne 1 (Kammerer)
    2-1 (10:32) Juoka Narvanmaa 1 (Eloranta, Vuori)
    3-1 (39:47) Esa Tikkanen 3 (Kurri, Ruotsalainen)
    FIN 4x2, GER 3x2, SOG 26:33 (9:9, 11:12, 6:12)

    The Tikkanen - Kurri duo came up big when it was needed. Before the start of the relegation round, this victory gave Finland a 3 points lead against West Germany and Poland


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    FINAL ROUND

    27 April 1989

    Soviet Union - Czech Republic 1-0 (0-0, 0-0, 1-0)
    Globen, Att: 13,128. Ref: Rob Hearn.
    1-0 (53:36) Vyacheslav Bykov 6 (Khomutov, Kamensky)
    USSR 4x2, CZE 5x2, SOG 28:19 (7:5, 10:5, 9:9)

    Defensive games can be exciting, but this one was utterly boring. Impossible to see that medals were at stake. In the end, the Soivets wanted it more, but they were lightyears from what they were capable of doing at the time

    Sweden - Canada 3-5 (1-2, 2-2, 0-1)
    Globen, Att: 13,850 (F), Ref: Seppo Mäkela
    0-1 (09:16) Mark Messier 1 (Hawerchuk)
    1-1 (09:41) Bo Berglund 3 (Kent Nilsson)
    1-2 (10:53) Scott Stevens 1 (Muller)
    2-2 (26:22) Anders Eldebrink 5 (Sandström)
    2-3 (36:44) Kevin Dineen 2 (Ashton)
    3-3 (37:43) Bo Berglund 4 (Samuelsson)
    3-4 (39:07) Kevin Dineen 3
    3-5 (54:43) James Patrick 2 (Bellows)
    SWE 2x2. CAN 3x2, SOG 32:37 (10:14, 12:11, 10:12)

    Team Canada worked tremendously hard to revenge the loss to Tre Kronor in round robin. They skillfully took advantage of any mistakes in the Swedish defense, especially when the defense pair Eldebrink - Eriksson were on ice.

    29 April 1989


    Sweden - Czechoslovakia 1-2 (0-2, 0-0, 1-0)
    Globen, 13,856 (F), Ref: Vögtlin
    0-1 (13:37) Tomas Jelinik 1 (Hascak)
    0-2 (14:00) Vladimir Svitek 4 (Ruzicka, Ciger)
    1-2 (48:53) Thomas Rundqvist 1 (Bergqvist)
    SWE 1x2, CZE 4x2, SOG 26:24 (6:6, 11:9, 9:9)

    Two deadly defensive mistakes within one minute were enough to bury the host team. Sweden's offensive weren't creative enough, even when they played 6-on-4 in the last minutes of the game

    Soviet Union - Canada 5-3 (3-1, 1-2, 1-0)
    Globen, Att: 13,643. Ref: Rob Hearn, USA
    1-0 (07:13) Igor Larionov 2 (Byakin)
    2-0 (11:26) Vladimir Krutov 4 (Kvartalnov)
    2-1 (16:38) Mark Messier 2 (Hawerchuk)
    3-1 (18:15) Igor Larionov 3 (Fetisov)
    3-2 (21:52) Brian Bellows 8 (Yzerman)
    4-2 (23:32) Sergei Nemchinov 2 (Kvartalnov)
    4-3 (27:35) Kirk Muller 6 (Ellett, Ashton)
    5-4 (59:24) Sergei Fedorov 5 EN
    USSR 2x2, CAN 2x2, SOG 22:22 (11:5, 11:10, 7:7) 29:22

    The Red Machine wins the World Championship again. The team's greater depth with four equally good lines seemed to make all the difference. The 'Green line' showed up in this game producing three goals, but the game also showcased some of the future stars. Sergei Fedorov sealed the gold with an empty nette 36 seconds before the end. Since mutual games counted in the final round, Sweden could no longer reach the medals. The siver-bronze game would be between Canada and Czechoslovakia.

    1 May 1989

    Sweden - Soviet Union 1-5 (0-2, 1-1, 0-2)
    Globen. Att: 13,492. Ref: Seppo Mäkelä.
    0-1 (10:08) Sergei Fedorov 6 (Byakin)
    0-2 (15:22) Dmitri Kvartalnov 3 (Khmylev)
    0-3 (24:55) Alexei Kasatonov 2 (Khmylev) PP1
    1-3 (33:05) Anders Carlsson 2 (Olausson, Nilsson)
    1-4 (40:45) Sergei Makarov 5 (Krutov, Chernykh)
    1-5 (51:10) Alexei Gusarov 2 (Khomutov, Bykov)
    SWE 5x2, USSR 3x2, SOG 23:29 (11:12, 5:10, 7:7)

    SWE: Lindmark; Eldbrink, Albelin, K. Nilson - Steen - Berglund; Salming, T. Andersson, Sandström - A. Carlsson - Dahlén; Olausson, Samuelsson, Bergqvist - Rundqvist - Södergren, Kihlström, T. Eriksson, Öhling - Strömwall - P. Eriksson.
    USSR: Mylnikov; Fetisov, Shiryaev, Krutov - Larionov - Makarov; Kasatonov, Konstantinov, Khomutov - Bykov - Kamensky; Khalizov, Gusarov; Fedorov - S. Yashin - Mogilny; Nemchinov, Kvartalnov - Chernykh


    The red machine finished the 1989 IHWC in style largely reducing Tre Kronor to statists. At this point, the team was nearly complete. That would change within weeks and months. Sweden required one of the most meaningless time-outs in the history of international hockey: with 3 seconds remaining and behind 1:5!

    Canada - Czechoslovakia 4-3 (2-0, 2-3, 0-0)
    Globen, Att: 13,127. Ref: Kjell Lindh, SWE
    1-0 (13:23) Dave Babych 2 (Gallant, Yzerman) PP1
    2-0 (16:37) Mark Messier 3 (Yzerman)
    3-1 (23:53) Zdeno Ciger 2 (Ruzicka, Stavjana) PP1
    3-1 (24:42) Steve Yzerman 5 (Carlyle)
    3-2 (25:31) Jiri Dolezal 3 (Jelinek)
    3-3 (34:40) Vladimir Ruzicka 7 (Svitek, Ciger) PP1
    4-3 (37:22) Scott Stevens 2 (Messier, Anderson) PP1
    CAN 7x2, CZE 5x2, SOG 28:26 (12:9, 9:11, 7:6)

    CAN: Fuhr; Marios, Ellet, Muller - Hawerchuk - McLean; Babych, Carlyle, Bellows - Messier - Yzerman; Patrick, Dneyko, McBain - Ferraro - Dineen; Stevens, Gallant - Anderson - Ashton.
    CZE: Hasek, Scerban, Stavkana, Svitek - Ruzicka - Ciger; F. Kucera, Baca, Janecky - Kron - Sejba; Kadlec, Gudas, Valek - J. Kucera - Vlach; Prochazka, Hascak - Dolezal


    With one goal and two assists, Steve Yzerman was the big hero in this game that would decide the silver medals. Vladimir Ruzicka nearly tied the game in the last seconds, but Grant Fuhr made a great save.

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    RELEGATION GROUP

    26 April 1989

    Finland - West Germany 3-0 (2-0, 1-0, 0-0)
    Globen. Att: 4,832. Ref: Jiri, Lipa, POL.
    1-0 (03:25) Hannu Virta 2 (Tikkanen)
    2-0 (09:58) Jari Kurri 3 (Ruotsalainen, Jalonen)
    3-0 (30:30) Reijo Ruotsalainen 1 (Tikkanen, Keskinen) PP1
    FIN 8x2, WGER 6x2, SOG 25:28 /8:10, 11:10, 6:8)

    'At least today my players showed great spirit", Finland's head coach Xavier Unsinn sighed. Finland was led by Kurri-Tikkanen, Ruotsalainen tallied a goal and an assist and goaltender Tammi posted a shutout

    USA - Poland 11-2 (4-1, 5-0, 2-1)
    Globem Att: 4,457. Ref: Vögtlin, SUI
    1-0 (01:19) Brian Mullen 3 (Laftontaine)
    2-0 (10:53) David Snuggerud 4 (Chorske, Young)
    2-1 (12:18) Piotr Kwasigroch 1 (Bujar)
    3-1 (14:28) Brian Leetch 3 (Housley) PP1
    4-1 (16:29) Paul Fenton 2 (D. Brown) SH1
    5-1 (26:06) David Snuggerud 5 (Leetch)
    6-1 (27:39) Ed Olczyk 2 SH1
    7-1 (28:37) Phil Housley 2 (Fitzgerald) SH1
    8-1 (36:29) Randy Wood 1 (Young)
    9-1 (39:35) Ed Olczyk 3 (Young)
    9-2 (51:55) Ludwik Czapaka 1 (Podsialdo)
    10-2 (54:16) Dave Christian 3 (Olczyk)
    11-2 58:44) Thomas Kurvers 2 (O'Callahan)
    USA 5x2, POL 5x2, SOG 51:27 (16:10, 28:9, 9:8).

    Once again, believing that this game was out of reach, Poland saved energy before the all important game vs West Germany. But they needed to tighten up their defence. Allowing three short-handed goals on five opportunities is simply too bad at this level

    28 April 1989

    Finland - Poland 4-0 (1-0, 3-0, 0-0)
    Globen, Att: 6,984, Ref: Bob Morley, CAN
    1-0 (15:23) Hannu Järvenpaa 2 (Lehtonen)
    2-0 (24:18) Kari Jalonen 4 (Virta, Tikkanen)
    3-0 (26:19) Hannu Virta 3 (Kurri, Jalonen)
    4-0 (29:54) Jari Kurri 4 (Jalonen, Järvi)
    No penalties; SOG: 51:18 (23:8, 16:6, 12:6)

    Poland was able to withstand the Finnish pressure for one period. Poland's goaltender Hanisz was great, only allowing one goal on 23 shots. When Finland pulled to 4:0 after 10 minutes into the 2nd, Poland started to look forward to the game vs West Germany. The fact that the game had no penalties is quite telling.

    USA - West Germany 4-3 (2-2, 1-0, 1-1)
    Globen, 5,627. Ref: Kjell Lindh, SWE
    1-0 (04:49) Dave Christian 4 (Housley) PP1
    2-0 (08:31) Pat Lafontaine 4 (Miller, Mullen) PP1
    2-1 (10:27) Andreas Niederberger 1 (Truntschka, Steiger) PP1
    2-2 (11:50) Axel Kammerer 2 (Kreis)
    3-2 (26:37) Phil Housley 3 (Christian, Olzcyk)
    3-3 (49:53) Udo Kiessling 2 PP2
    4-3 (59:49) Pat Lafontaine 5 (Young, Mullen)
    USA 5x2, GER 5x2, SOG 36:36 (14:12, 13:12, 9:12)

    A very open and entertaining game, at least for the hockey fans in Globen. USA started optimistically with two power play goals within ten minutes, then USA's keeper Robert Stauber made two mistakes that allowed Germany to tie the game. In the third period, USA's defenceman Thomas Curvers made the third big American mistake that evening by putting the puck into his own goal! Lafontaine scored the game winning goal with only 10 seconds remaining.

    30 April 1989

    Finland - USA 6-2 (0-2, 3-0, 3-0)
    Globen, Att: 12,846. Ref: Jari Lipa, CZE
    0-1 (10:40) Ed Olczyk 4 (Housley, Christian)
    0-2 (11:43) Brian Leetch 4 (Young)
    1-2 (26:05) Esa Tikkanen 4 (Kurri, Jalonen)
    2-2 (26:48) Jukka Vilander 5 (Keskinen, Kuusisto)
    3.2 (37:41) Jukka Vilander 6 (Eloranta, Keskinen)
    4-2 (45:24) Reijo Ruotsalainen 2 (Jalonen) PP1
    5-2 (54:31) Jari Kurri 5 (Jalonen, Virta) PP1 (4-on-3)
    6-2 (56:39) Kari Jalonen 5 SH1
    FIN 8x2, USA 8x2, SOG 28:42 (10:21, 11:10, 7:11)

    USA dominated the first period, but then Finland turned the game around, and as usual with Jalonen (1 goal, 3 assists), Kurri and Tikkanen in the leading roles. Finland may have been destined for the medal round if Kurri-Tikkanen had participated from the start of the tournament

    West Germany - Poland 2-0 (0-0, 1-0, 1-0)
    Globen, Att: 9,214. Ref: Nikolai Morozov, USSR
    1-0 (20:59) Ron Fischer 2 (Holzmann)
    2-0 (43:54) Greg Franz 2 (Hiemer)
    GER 5x2, POL 4x2, SOG 31:26 (15:11, 7:9, 9:8)

    In the end, Poland didn't had what it took to repeat its victory over West Germany in round robin. Poland was relegated to the B Group

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    18.04.1989: Canada - USA 8-0 *) (2-2, 3-0, 3-0)
    Globen, Att: 12,800. Ref: Willi Vögtlin, SUI
    1-0 (03:34) Steve Yzerman 1 (Gallant)
    1-1 (10:18) Corey Millen (Kurvrea, Housley)
    1-2 (11:10) Brian Mullen (Lafontaine, Olczyk)
    2-2 (12:58) Kirk Muller 2 (Dineen)
    3-2 (20.38) Brian Bellows 4 (Muller)
    4-2 (21:07) John McLean 2 (Carlyle, Hawerchuk)
    5-2 (28:22) James Patrick 1 (Dineen)
    6-2 (xx:xx) Steve Yzerman 2
    7-2 (55:26) Brian Bellows 5 (Carlyle)
    8-2 (57:39) Steve Yzerman 3
    CAN 3x2, USA 1x2, SOG 48:40 (22:11, 13:16, 11:13)

    *) Another offensive display by the Canadian stars. A younger Steve Yzerman notched a hattrick in this game. USA's defensive was virtually absent at times, but also Canada's displayed weaknesses in their own end, in particular in the 1st period.
    After the game, a positive drugs test was made on USA's Corey Millen and this led the IIHF to change the result to 8:0



    Hi,

    I'm looking for the missing information about the second goal from Steve Yzerman. Who could be so kind and help me?


    Many thanks

    Derrick

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    Yzerman's goal was scored at 50:16.

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    IIHF IHWC 1989, Sweden

    Before having a little break in September, I want to complete this 1989 tournament. Karsten did his work very well, but he only used newspapers – no official game reports. My additional information are written in red colour. Many thanks to David Martinez for his help!

    Rosters

    Soviet Union (Coach: Viktor Tikhonov)

    1 Sergei Mylnikov, 20 Artūrs Irbe, 30 Vladimir Myshkin - 2 Vyacheslav Fetisov, 3 Sviatoslav Khalizov, 5 Alexei Gusarov, 6 Ilya Byakin, 7 Alexei Kasatonov, 14 Valeri Shiryaev, 22 Vladimir Konstantinov – 8 Yuri Khmylev, 9 Vladimir Krutov, 10 Alexandr Mogilny, 11 Igor Larionov, 12 Sergei Nemchinov, 13 Valeri Kamensky, 15 Andrei Khomutov, 18 Dmitri Kvartalnov, 21 Alexandr Chernykh, 24 Sergei Makarov, 25 Sergei Yashin, 27 Vyacheslav Bykov, 29 Sergei Fedorov

    Canada (Coach: David Dave King)

    1 Sean Burke, 31 Peter Sidorkiewicz, 33 Grant Fuhr – 2 David Ellett, 3 Kenneth Daneyko, 5 James Patrick, 8 Randolph Carlyle, 24 David Babych, 26 Scott Stevens, 44 Mario Marois – 7 Brent Ashton, 9 Kirk Muller, 10 Dale Hawerchuk, 11 Kevin Dineen, 15 John MacLean, 16 Patrick Verbeek, 17 Gerard Gallant, 18 Glenn Anderson, 19 Stephen Yzerman, 20 Andrew McBain, 22 Mark Messier, 23 Brian Bellows, 27 Raymond Ferraro

    Czechoslovakia (Coach: Pavel Wohl)

    1 Petr Briza, 2 Dominik Hasek, 29 Jaromir Sindel – 3 Leo Gudas, 4 Frantisek Kucera, 5 Drahomir Kadlec, 6 Jiri Latal, 7 Bedrich Scerban, 9 Frantisek Prochazka, 16 Antonin Stavjana, 18 Jergus Baca – 12 Otakar Janecky, 14 Jiri Kucera, 15 Jiri Dolezal, 17 Vladimir Ruzicka, 19 Robert Kron, 20 Zdeno Ciger, 21 Oldrich Valek, 22 Jiri Sejba, 24 Tomas Jelinek, 26 Oto Hascak, 27 Rostislav Vlach, 28 Vladimir Svitek

    Sweden (Coach: Tommy Sandlin)

    1 Peter Lindmark, 30 Peter Aslin, 35 Rolf Ridderwall – 2 Anders Eldebrink, 3 Thomas Albelin, 4 Fredrik Olausson, 5 Mats Kihlström, 7 Tommy Samuelsson, 19 Peter Andersson, 21 Anders Börje Salming, 27 Thomas Eriksson – 9 Thomas Rundqvist, 10 Kent Nilsson, 11 Jens Öhling, 12 Johan Strömwall, 14 Peter Eriksson, 18 Jonas Bergqvist, 20 Bo Berglund, 22 Hakan Södergren, 24 Anders Carlsson, 25 Thomas Steen, 28 Tomas Sandström, 29 Ulf Dahlén

    Finland (Coach: Pentti Matikainen)

    1 Markus Ketterer, 19 Sakari Lindfors, 30 Jukka Tammi – 3 Timo Blomqvist, 4 Pertti Lehtonen, 5 Jarmo Kuusisto, 7 Simo Saarinen, 8 Jouko Narvanmaa, 9 Kari Eloranta, 23 Hannu Virta, 29 Reijo Ruotsalainen – 10 Timo Susi, 11 Esa Tikkanen, 12 Kari Jalonen, 14 Pauli Järvinen, 15 Hannu Järvenpää, 17 Jari Kurri, 20 Jukka Vilander, 22 Ari Vuori, 24 Reijo Mikkolainen, 26 Esa Keskinen, 31 Iiro Järvi, 33 Jukka Seppo

    USA (Coach: Tim Taylor)

    1 Cleon Daskalakis, 29 Robert Stauber, 34 John Vanbiesbrouck – 2 Brian Leetch, 3 Gregory Brown, 4 Jeffrey Norton, 5 Thomas Kurvers, 6 Phillip Housley, 7 John O’Callahan, 20 Scott Young – 8 Thomas O’Regan, 9 Edward Olczyk, 10 Corey Millen, 11 Randolph Wood, 12 Thomas Fitzgerald, 14 Paul Fenton, 16 Patrick LaFontaine, 17 Kelly Miller, 19 Brian Mullen, 21 Thomas Chorske, 22 David Snuggerud, 24 Douglas Brown, 27 David Christian

    West Germany (Coach: Xaver Unsinn)

    1 Matthias Hoppe, 27 Karl Friesen, 30 Josef Schlickenrieder – 2 Andreas Pokorny, 3 Harold Kreis, 4 Udo Kießling, 5 Bernd Wagner, 7 Ronald Fischer, 18 Michael Schmidt, 19 Andreas Niederberger, 25 Ulrich Hiemer – 8 Harald Birk, 9 Peter Obresa, 11 Markus Berwanger, 16 Georg Holzmann, 17 Gerhard Truntschka, 20 Peter Draisaitl, 21 Axel Kammerer, 22 Roy Roedger, 23 Dieter Hegen, 24 Helmut Steiger, 26 Manfred Ahne, 28 Georg Franz

    Poland (Coach: Leszek Lejczyk)

    1 Dariusz Wieczorek, 25 Gabriel Samolej, 30 Andrzej Hanisz – 2 Andrzej Kadziolka, 6 Henryk Gruth, 7 Robert Szopinski, 20 Zbigniew Bryjak, 22 Marek Teodorczak, 26 Janusz Syposz, 36 Jerzy Potz – 4 Jan Stopczyk, 8 Krzysztof Bujar, 12 Miroslaw Copija, 13 Piotr Zdunek, 14 Janusz Adamiec, 15 Marian Drasyk, 16 Jacek Szopinski, 17 Roman Steblecki, 18 Ludwik Czapka, 19 Jerzy Christ, 21 Piotr Kwasigroch, 24 Marek Stebnicki, 29 Krzysztof Podsiadlo


    Referees

    Robert Rob Hearn (USA)
    Kjell Lind (Sweden)
    Jiri Lipa (Czechoslovakia)
    Seppo Mäkelä (Finland)
    Robert Bob Morley (Canada)
    Nikolai Morozov (Soviet Union)
    Willi Vögtlin (Switzerland)
    Heribert Vogt (West Germany)

    Linesmen

    Anders Ekhagen (Sweden)
    Johan Enestedt (Sweden)
    Mikhail Galinovsky (Soviet Union)
    Julian Gorski (Poland)
    Arto Järvelä (Finland)
    Bernhard Kunz (Switzerland)
    Christer Lärking (Sweden)
    Sven-Olof Lundström (Sweden)
    Richard Schütz (West Germany)
    Jan Taticek (Czechoslovakia)


    Arenas

    Globen (Stockholm)
    Scaniarinken (Södertälje)
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    IIHF IHWC 1989, Sweden

    PRELIMINARY ROUND (ROUND-ROBIN)

    15 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia – West Germany 3-3 (0-1, 1-2, 2-0)

    0-1 (11:58) Dieter Hegen 1 (Truntschka)
    1-1 (32:48) Vladimir Ruzicka 1 (Stavjana/Scerban) PP1 (4-on-3)
    1-2 (36:35) Axel Kammerer 1 (Berwanger)
    1-3 (37:33) Gerhard Truntschka 1
    2-3 (43:22) Jergus Baca 1 (Ruzicka) 6-on-5
    3-3 (51:20) Bedrich Scerban 1 (Svitek/Ciger) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 11 (3x2 + 5 for Holzmann)
    Shots: 51-32 (16-15, 18-12, 17-5)
    Shots on goal: 31-20 (9-7, 12-8, 10-5)
    Referees: Vögtlin (SUI) – Lärking (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 8,948 (Stockholm)

    Soviet Union – USA 4-2 (2-2, 0-0, 2-0)

    1-0 (02:19) Sergei Fedorov 1 (Mogilny/Yashin)
    1-1 (08:58) Thomas O'Regan 1 (Kurvers) PP1
    2-1 (10:29) Sergei Fedorov 2
    2-2 (13:45) Thomas Chorske 1 (Millen)
    3-2 (48:09) Sergei Makarov 1
    4-2 (58:14) Dmitri Kvartalnov 1 (Fedorov)

    Penalty minutes: 15 (5x2 + 5 for Fetisov) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 46-42 (15-11, 13-19, 18-12)
    Shots on goal: 30-32 (11-10, 7-14, 12-8)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Lundström (SWE) & Gorski (POL)
    Attendance: 9,398 (Stockholm)

    Canada – Finland 6-4 (2-1, 1-1, 3-2)

    0-1 (05:03) Jukka Vilander 1 (Jalonen) PP1
    1-1 (16:37) David Ellett 1 (Bellows/Ferraro)
    2-1 (17:36) Brent Ashton 1 (Ferraro)
    2-2 (31:44) Kari Jalonen 1 (Routsalainen/Järvenpää) PP1
    3-2 (38:51) John MacLean 1 (Ferraro) PP1
    3-3 (42:16) Reijo Mikkolainen 1 (Susi/Blomqvist)
    4-3 (47:36) Brian Bellows 1 (Verbeek) 4-on-4
    5-3 (50:51) David Ellett 2 (Ferraro)
    5-4 (51:45) Jukka Vilander 2 (Jalonen/Virta)
    6-4 (54:41) Dale Hawerchuk 1 (Ashton/Dineen) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots: 52-43 (22-16, 14-13, 16-14)
    Shots on goal: 40-24 (17-10, 8-4, 15-10)
    Referees: Lipa (TCH) – Taticek (TCH) & Ekhagen (SWE)
    Attendance: 6,219 (Södertälje)

    Sweden – Poland 5-1 (1-0, 2-1, 2-0)

    1-0 (17:33) Tomas Sandström 1 (Carlsson) PP1
    1-1 (26:48) Marian Drasyk 1
    2-1 (36:55) Thomas Steen 1 (Nilsson/Albeln)
    3-1 (39:35) Tomas Sandström 2 (Carlsson)
    4-1 (40:17) Fredrik Olausson 1 (Steen/Nilsson)
    5-1 (47:23) Ulf Dahlén 1 (Sandström) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 55-31 (21-8, 18-13, 16-10)
    Shots on goal: 39-23 (14-7, 12-10, 13-6)
    Referees: Morozov (URS) – Järvelä (FIN) & Schütz (FRG)
    Attendance: 13,100 (Stockholm)


    16 April 1989

    Finland – Czechoslovakia 1-3 (0-1, 1-1, 0-1)

    0-1 (10:14) Bedrich Scerban 2 (Svitek) PP1
    1-1 (30:41) Jukka Seppo 1 (Mikkolainen/Ruotsalainen)
    1-2 (38:50) Robert Kron 1 (Janecky)
    1-3 (57:54) Vladimir Svitek 1 (Ruzicka/Ciger)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 25-58 (8-17, 10-19, 7-22)
    Shots on goal: 11-34 (2-9, 6-13, 3-12)
    Referees: Morley (CAN) – Gorski (POL) & Lundström (SWE)
    Attendance: 5,668 (Södertälje)

    USA – Sweden 2-4 (1-0, 0-0, 1-4)

    1-0 (11:42) Phillip Housley 1 (Miller)
    1-1 (41:26) Anders Carlsson 1 (Dahlén)
    2-1 (50:03) Kelly Miller 1 (O'Regan)
    2-2 (54:56) Tomas Sandström 3 (Eldebrink/Nilsson) PP1 (4-on-3)
    2-3 (57:45) Bo Berglund 1 (Steen)
    2-4 (58:04) Kent Nilsson 1 (Eldebrink)

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots: 48-57 (21-20, 15-17, 12-20)
    Shots on goal: 36-36 (16-13, 11-9, 9-14)
    Referees: Vogt (FRG) – Kunz (SUI) & Galinovsky (URS)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)

    Canada – Poland 11-0 (2-0, 7-0, 2-0)

    01-0 (08:09) Brian Bellows 2 (MacLean)
    02-0 (12:03) Kevin Dineen 1 (Bellows)
    03-0 (20:38) Brian Bellows 3 (Marois)
    04-0 (21:16) Andrew McBain 1 (Hawerchuk/MacLean)
    05-0 (22:21) Kirk Muller 1 (Marois/Bellows) SH1
    06-0 (29:37) Dale Hawerchuk 2 (Carlyle)
    07-0 (30:23) Andrew McBain 2 (MacLean)
    08-0 (32:59) Andrew McBain 3 (MacLean/Hawerchuk)
    09-0 (37:05) Brent Ashton 2 (Stevens) PP1
    10-0 (47:15) Andrew McBain 4 (Marois/Ellett) PP1
    11-0 (49:59) Dale Hawerchuk 3 (McBain/MacLean)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 69-31 (23-5, 32-13, 14-13)
    Shots on goal: 58-20 (14-4, 30-9, 14-7)
    Referees: Hearn (USA) – Järvelä (FIN) & Lärking (SWE)
    Attendance: 6,432 (Stockholm)

    West Germany – Soviet Union 1-5 (0-1, 0-2, 1-2)

    0-1 (12:07) Sergei Makarov 2 (Fetisov) SH1
    0-2 (27:34) Valeri Shiryaev 1 (Mogilny/Fedorov)
    0-3 (39:25) Vyacheslav Fetisov 1 (Kvartalnov)
    1-3 (46:41) Ulrich Hiemer 1 (Kreis) PP1
    1-4 (51:54) Vyacheslav Bykov 1 (Fetisov) SH1
    1-5 (54:32) Valeri Kamensky 1 (Shiryaev) PP1

    (51:29) Niederberger misses penalty (saved by Mylnikov).

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 25 (5x2 + 5 for Larionov + 10 for Krutov)
    Shots: 28-60 (9-14, 5-27, 14-19)
    Shots on goal: 18-40 (6-8, 3-17, 9-15)
    Referees: Mäkelä (FIN) – Ekhagen (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 3,565 (Södertälje)
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    IIHF IHWC 1989, Sweden

    18 April 1989

    Canada – USA 8-2 (2-2, 3-0, 3-0)*

    1-0 (03:34) Stephen Yzerman 1 (Gallant)
    1-1 (10:18) Corey Millen [1] (Kurvers/Housley) PP1
    1-2 (11:10) Brian Mullen [1] (LaFontaine/Olczyk)
    2-2 (12:58) Kirk Muller 2 (Dineen)
    3-2 (20:38) Brian Bellows 4 (Muller)
    4-2 (21:07) John MacLean 2 (Carlyle/Hawerchuk)
    5-2 (28:22) James Patrick 1 (Dineen)
    6-2 (50:16) Stephen Yzerman 2
    7-2 (55:26) Brian Bellows 5 (Carlyle)
    8-2 (57:30) Stephen Yzerman 3

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 2
    Shots: 69-55 (32-13, 22-21, 15-21)
    Shots on goal: 45-36 (22-9, 12-13, 11-14)
    Referees: Vögtlin (SUI) – Ekhagen (SWE) & Lundström (SWE)
    Attendance: 12,800 (Stockholm)

    *Corey Millen (USA) failed the doping test. The result was annulled and scored 8-0.

    Czechoslovakia – Poland 15-0 (4-0, 8-0, 3-0)

    01-0 (07:05) Antonin Stavjana 1 (Ruzicka) PP1
    02-0 (08:54) Robert Kron 2 (Janecky)
    03-0 (12:23) Vladimir Svitek 2 (Ruzicka/Scerban) PP1
    04-0 (14:31) Jiri Dolezal 1 (Stavjana)
    05-0 (22:00) Oldrich Valek 1 (J. Kucera)
    06-0 (30:41) Oldrich Valek 2 (Vlach/F. Kucera)
    07-0 (31:29) Frantisek Prochazka 1 (Dolezal) SH1
    08-0 (32:04) Vladimir Ruzicka 2 SH1
    09-0 (34:49) Oldrich Valek 3 (Gudas)
    10-0 (38:00) Otakar Janecky 1 (Kron)
    11-0 (38:26) Oldrich Valek 4 (J. Kucera)
    12-0 (39:17) Jiri Kucera 1 (Scerban/Vlach)
    13-0 (40:29) Vladimir Ruzicka 3 (Svitek)
    14-0 (46:37) Bedrich Scerban 3 (Valek) PP1
    15-0 (54:16) Oto Hascak 1 (Gudas) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 72-29 (22-9, 33-10, 17-10)
    Shots on goal: 53-19 (17-7, 25-6, 11-6)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Lärking (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 3,219 (Stockholm)

    Soviet Union – Finland 4-1 (1-1, 0-0, 3-0)

    1-0 (09:50) Vyacheslav Bykov 2 (Kamensky/Shiryaev)
    1-1 (18:46) Esa Tikkanen 1 (Keskinen/Eloranta) PP1
    2-1 (40:47) Vyacheslav Bykov 3 (Khomutov)
    3-1 (50:16) Vladimir Konstantinov 1 (Fedorov) PP1
    4-1 (58:39) Vladimir Konstantinov 2 (Krutov)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 74-31 (22-14, 25-8, 27-9)
    Shots on goal: 45-17 (14-7, 13-4, 18-6)
    Referees: Vogt (FRG) – Kunz (SUI) & Schütz (FRG)
    Attendance: 4,950 (Södertälje)

    Sweden – West Germany 3-3 (1-1, 2-0, 0-2)

    1-0 (14:05) Kent Nilsson 2 PP1
    1-1 (18:01) Georg Franz 1 PP1
    2-1 (30:59) Johan Strömwall 1 (P. Eriksson)
    3-1 (32:27) Bo Berglund 2 (Nilsson)
    3-2 (45:26) Georg Holzmann 1 (Kreis) PP1
    3-3 (59:23) Ulrich Hiemer 2 (Hegen)

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 48-54 (17-17, 15-16, 16-21)
    Shots on goal: 36-31 (11-12, 12-6, 13-13)
    Referees: Morley (CAN) – Taticek (TCH) & Galinovsky (URS)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)


    19 April 1989

    Soviet Union – Poland 12-1 (5-0, 5-1, 2-0)

    01-0 (00:30) Vladimir Krutov 1 (Makarov)
    02-0 (08:08) Sergei Fedorov 3
    03-0 (10:23) Igor Larionov 1 (Shiryaev/Makarov)
    04-0 (17:07) Alexei Kasatonov 1 (Bykov)
    05-0 (19:11) Yuri Khmylev 1
    06-0 (22:49) Alexei Gusarov 1 (Yashin)
    07-0 (23:22) Sergei Fedorov 4
    08-0 (24:17) Dmitri Kvartalnov 2 (Khmylev)
    09-0 (25:59) Vyacheslav Bykov 4 (Khomutov)
    10-0 (26:27) Valeri Kamensky 2 (Bykov)
    10-1 (38:37) Roman Steblecki 1
    11-1 (50:08) Sergei Nemchinov 1 SH1
    12-1 (57:39) Vladimir Krutov 2 (Makarov)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 58-28 (26-9, 19-15, 13-4)
    Shots on goal: 33-18 (13-7, 11-9, 9-2)
    Referees: Lipa (TCH) – Lärking (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 5,917 (Stockholm)

    West Germany – Canada 2-8 (1-2, 1-3, 0-3)

    1-0 (08:32) Ronald Fischer 1 (Kreis) SH1
    1-1 (18:23) David Ellett 3 (McBain/Ferraro)
    1-2 (19:11) Kirk Muller 3 (Dineen)
    1-3 (21:32) Randolph Carlyle 1 (Muller)
    2-3 (24:36) Gerhard Truntschka 2 (Hegen/Niederberger) PP1
    2-4 (32:06) Raymond Ferraro 1 (Verbeek)
    2-5 (32:37) Gerard Gallant 1 (Yzerman)
    2-6 (48:56) Brent Ashton 3
    2-7 (54:33) Kirk Muller 4 (Dineen/Bellows)
    2-8 (57:13) Brian Bellows 6 (Yzerman) SH1

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 32-56 (9-22, 13-19, 10-15)
    Shots on goal: 22-40 (6-16, 11-14, 5-10)
    Referees: Morozov (URS) – Ekhagen (SWE) & Lundström (SWE)
    Attendance: 10,832 (Stockholm)

    USA – Czechoslovakia 4-5 (0-2, 1-1, 3-2)*

    0-1 (15:10) Oto Hascak 2 (Ciger)
    0-2 (16:11) Vladimir Ruzicka 4 (Svitek)
    0-3 (24:31) Vladimir Svitek 3 (Baca)
    1-3 (29:37) Brian Leetch [1] (Miller/Mullen) PP1
    2-3 (40:15) David Snuggerud [1] (Young)
    2-4 (53:01) Vladimir Ruzicka 5 (Svitek) SH1
    3-4 (55:30) Corey Millen [2] (Kurvers/Housley) PP1
    3-5 (56:28) Otakar Janecky 2 (Gudas)
    4-5 (57:29) Paul Fenton [1] (Housley)

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 20 (10x2)
    Shots: 53-43 (19-14, 11-19, 23-10)
    Shots on goal: 39-23 (12-4, 9-10, 18-9)
    Referees: Mäkelä (FIN) – Gorski (POL) & Järvelä (FIN)
    Attendance: 5,053 (Södertälje)

    *Corey Millen (USA) failed the doping test. The result was annulled and scored 0-5.

    Finland – Sweden 3-6 (0-2, 0-3, 3-1)

    0-1 (03:27) Anders Eldebrink 1 (Nilsson) PP1
    0-2 (17:14) Ulf Dahlén 2 (Sandström)
    0-3 (20:31) Anders Börje Salming 1
    0-4 (24:19) Kent Nilsson 3 (Eldebrink/Steen) PP1
    0-5 (34:07) Anders Eldebrink 2 (Bergqvist/Nilsson)
    1-5 (42:15) Jukka Vilander 3
    1-6 (43:17) Jonas Bergqvist 1 (Södergren)
    2-6 (52:45) Kari Jalonen 2 (Vilander) 4-on-4
    3-6 (56:20) Kari Jalonen 3 (Vilander/Virta) PP2

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 16 (8x2)
    Shots: 42-47 (14-13, 12-17, 16-17)
    Shots on goal: 29-32 (10-9, 6-12, 13-11)
    Referees: Hearn (USA) – Schütz (FRG) & Kunz (SUI)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)
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    IIHF IHWC 1989, Sweden

    21 April 1989

    Poland – Finland 2-7 (1-2, 1-2, 0-3)

    0-1 (15:51) Pauli Järvinen 1 (Lehtonen)
    0-2 (17:00) Hannu Virta 1 (Jalonen)
    1-2 (19:35) Jan Stopczyk 1 (Adamiec)
    2-2 (27:46) Jerzy Christ 1 (R. Szopinski) PP1
    2-3 (29:54) Jukka Seppo 2 (Vilander)
    2-4 (37:27) Jari Kurri 1 (Keskinen)
    2-5 (52:53) Hannu Järvenpää 1 (Keskinen)
    2-6 (53:08) Esa Tikkanen 2 (Kurri)
    2-7 (58:03) Kari Eloranta 1 (Keskinen)

    Penalty minutes: 2 – 2
    Shots: 42-46 (14-18, 19-13, 9-15)
    Shots on goal: 19-33 (7-12, 8-10, 4-11)
    Referees: Morozov (URS) – Schütz (FRG) & Lundström (SWE)
    Attendance: 5,312 (Stockholm)

    Soviet Union – Czechoslovakia 4-2 (1-1, 1-0, 2-1)

    1-0 (05:58) Vyacheslav Fetisov 2 (Shiryaev) PP1
    1-1 (07:41) Otakar Janecky 3 (Sejba) SH1
    2-1 (38:03) Vyacheslav Bykov 5 (Khomutov)
    3-1 (45:40) Andrei Khomutov 1 (Kamensky)
    3-2 (46:56) Frantisek Prochazka 2 (Hascak)
    4-2 (53:57) Valeri Kamensky 3

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 45-31 (9-16, 19-6, 17-9)
    Shots on goal: 26-20 (4-10, 9-3, 13-7)
    Referees: Hearn (USA) – Enestedt (SWE) & Lärking (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,388 (Stockholm)

    West Germany – USA 4-7 (0-0, 3-4, 1-3)

    0-1 (20:50) Patrick LaFontaine 1 (Young)
    0-2 (23:42) Brian Mullen 1 (LaFontaine)
    0-3 (24:36) [Niederberger own goal] David Snuggerud 1
    1-3 (26:48) Markus Berwanger 1
    2-3 (31:33) Georg Franz 2 (Fischer/Holzmann)
    2-4 (33:36) Brian Leetch 1 (Fenton/D. Brown) SH1
    3-4 (39:25) Udo Kießling 1 (Steiger/Truntschka) PP1 (4-on-3)
    3-5 (51:09) David Christian 1 (Olczyk/Leetch) PP1
    3-6 (52:27) Patrick LaFontaine 2 PP1
    4-6 (54:58) Dieter Hegen 2
    4-7 (59:21) Thomas O'Regan 2 (Fenton/Housley)

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots: 67-59 (20-18, 23-18, 24-23)
    Shots on goal: 43-39 (14-13, 16-12, 13-14)
    Referees: Lipa (TCH) – Taticek (TCH) & Gorski (POL)
    Attendance: 4,760 (Södertälje)

    Sweden – Canada 6-5 (2-3, 2-1, 2-1)

    0-1 (02:18) Stephen Yzerman 4 (Gallant)
    0-2 (02:59) Andrew McBain 5 (Dineen)
    1-2 (05:10) Anders Eldebrink 3 (Albelin/Nilsson) PP1
    2-2 (10:02) Thomas Eriksson 1 (Nilsson) 4-on-4
    2-3 (16:46) Brian Bellows 7 (Muller) SH1
    2-4 (20:26) Kirk Muller 5 (Hawerchuk/MacLean)
    3-4 (30:01) Jonas Bergqvist 2 (Rundqvist)
    4-4 (38:04) Jonas Bergqvist 3 (Rundqvist/Salming)
    4-5 (48:42) Glenn Anderson 1 (Patrick/Messier) PP1
    5-5 (52:24) Thomas Steen 2 (Andersson)
    6-5 (55:55) Johan Strömwall 2 (Carlsson)

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 20 (10x2)
    Shots: 54-46 (16-13, 26-16, 12-17)
    Shots on goal: 35-29 (13-11, 19-9, 3-9)
    Referees: Vögtlin (SUI) – Kunz (SUI) & Järvelä (FIN)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)


    22 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia – Sweden 3-3 (0-0, 0-0, 3-3)

    1-0 (40:40) Zdeno Ciger 1 (Ruzicka)
    2-0 (41:30) Otakar Janecky 4
    2-1 (44:36) Hakan Södergren 1 (Öhling)
    2-2 (55:49) Fredrik Olausson 2 (Nilsson/Steen) PP1
    2-3 (56:47) Tomas Sandström 4 (T. Eriksson/Dahlén)
    3-3 (58:56) Vladimir Ruzicka 6 (Dolezal)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 39-50 (10-14, 16-19, 13-17)
    Shots on goal: 26-31 (8-7, 12-13, 6-11)
    Referees: Morley (CAN) – Kunz (SUI) & Järvelä (FIN)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)

    Canada – Soviet Union 3-4 (1-2, 1-1, 1-1)

    0-1 (01:05) Andrei Khomutov 2 (Bykov/Kamensky)
    1-1 (07:49) Andrew McBain 6 (Patrick/Dineen)
    1-2 (16:14) Vladimir Krutov 3 (Bykov)
    2-2 (35:24) John MacLean 3 (Hawerchuk/Marois) PP1
    2-3 (36:39) Sergei Makarov 3 (Fetisov)
    2-4 (42:28) Valeri Kamensky 4 (Khomutov) PP1
    3-4 (49:23) Glenn Anderson 2 (Yzerman)

    Penalty minutes: 18 (9x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots: 40-42 (13-16, 6-13, 21-13)
    Shots on goal: 29-33 (9-13, 6-12, 14-8)
    Referees: Mäkelä (FIN) – Ekhagen (SWE) & Lundström (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)


    23 April 1989

    USA – Finland 3-3 (3-0, 0-1, 0-2)

    1-0 (02:44) Jeffrey Norton 1 (Fenton)
    2-0 (11:55) Douglas Brown 1 (G. Brown)
    3-0 (15:22) Thomas Kurvers 1 (LaFontaine)
    3-1 (26:13) Jukka Vilander 4 (Keskinen) SH1
    3-2 (51:20) Esa Keskinen 1 (Vilander/Kuusisto)
    3-3 (56:16) Timo Susi 1 (Seppo/Järvi)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots: 53-71 (19-19, 18-21, 16-31)
    Shots on goal: 45-45 (17-10, 14-13, 14-22)
    Referees: Morley (CAN) – Lärking (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)

    Poland – West Germany 5-3 (2-3, 3-0, 0-0)

    1-0 (06:10) Marek Stebnicki 1 (Kadziolka) PP1
    1-1 (10:11) Gerhard Truntschka 3 (Hegen)
    1-2 (15:41) Harald Birk 1 (Wagner) PP1
    2-2 (16:57) Krzysztof Bujar 1 (Adamiec)
    2-3 (17:34) Harald Birk 2 (Schmidt)
    3-3 (27:32) Roman Steblecki 2 (Podsiadlo) PP1
    4-3 (29:31) Krzysztof Bujar 2 (Stebnicki)
    5-3 (38:25) Andrzej Kadziolka 1 (Christ/Podsiadlo)

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 16 (8x2)
    Shots: 45-68 (18-21, 14-17, 13-30)
    Shots on goal: 27-36 (12-14, 11-10, 4-12)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Galinovsky (SWE) & Taticek (TCH)
    Attendance: 4,532 (Stockholm)
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    24 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia – Canada 2-4 (0-1, 1-1, 1-2)

    0-1 (17:21) David Ellett 4 (Hawerchuk) PP1
    1-1 (35:36) Jiri Kucera 2 (Valek/Vlach)
    1-2 (38:47) David Babych 1 (Anderson/Messier) 4-on-4
    1-3 (46:59) Dale Hawerchuk 4 (Yzerman) PP1
    2-3 (49:32) Jiri Dolezal 2 (Kron) PP1
    2-4 (50:08) Gerard Gallant 2 (Bellows)

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots: 34-43 (12-16, 12-15, 10-12)
    Shots on goal: 21-30 (8-11, 8-9, 5-10)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Lundström (SWE) & Ekhagen (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,142 (Stockholm)

    Sweden – Soviet Union 2-3 (0-0, 2-2, 0-1)

    0-1 (27:30) Andrei Khomutov 3 (Konstantinov/Bykov)
    1-1 (32:40) Fredrik Olausson 3 (Samuelsson) PP1
    1-2 (36:49) Sergei Makarov 4 (Gusarov)
    2-2 (39:50) Anders Eldebrink 4 PP1
    2-3 (47:04) Valeri Shiryaev 2 (Mogilny) 4-on-4

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots: 23-43 (5-13, 9-16, 9-14)
    Shots on goal: 14-30 (4-8, 5-10, 5-12)
    Referees: Hearn (USA) – Taticek (TCH) & Kunz (SUI)
    Attendance: 13,850 (Stockholm)


    25 April 1989

    Poland – USA 1-6 (1-1, 0-1, 0-4)

    1-0 (10:23) Robert Szopinski 1 (Kadziolka/Stebnicki) PP1
    1-1 (11:22) Patrick LaFontaine 3 (Mullen/Young)
    1-2 (36:08) David Snuggerud 2 (O'Callahan)
    1-3 (40:50) Edward Olczyk 1 (Kurvers) PP1
    1-4 (49:02) Thomas Chorske 2 (Wood)
    1-5 (55:53) Kelly Miller 2 (Christian/Snuggerud)
    1-6 (56:22) David Christian 2 (Miller)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots: 53-59 (18-14, 20-26, 15-19)
    Shots on goal: 40-33 (15-10, 14-13, 11-10)
    Referees: Vogt (FRG) – Järvelä (FIN) & Schütz (FRG)
    Attendance: 4,228 (Stockholm)

    Finland – West Germany 3-1 (2-1, 1-0, 0-0)

    1-0 (00:44) Jari Kurri 2 (Tikkanen/Virta)
    1-1 (06:03) Manfred Ahne 1 (Kammerer)
    2-1 (10:32) Jouko Narvanmaa 1 (Eloranta/Vuori)
    3-1 (39:47) Esa Tikkanen 3 (Kurri/Ruotsalainen) PP1 (4-on-3)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots: 49-49 (16-11, 16-17, 17-21)
    Shots on goal: 37-31 (10-9, 14-12, 13-10)
    Referees: Morozov (URS) – Galinovsky (URS) & Gorski (POL)
    Attendance: 10,212 (Stockholm)


    PRELIMINARY ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Soviet Union
    7
    7
    0
    0
    36:12
    14
    2.Sweden
    7
    4
    2
    1
    29:20
    10
    3.Canada
    7
    5
    0
    2
    45:18
    10
    4.Czechoslovakia
    7
    3
    2
    2
    33:15
    08
    5.Finland
    7
    2
    1
    4
    22:25
    05
    6.USA
    7
    2
    1
    4
    20:29
    05
    7.Poland
    7
    1
    0
    6
    10:59
    02
    8.West Germany
    7
    0
    2
    5
    17:34
    02



    RELEGATION ROUND

    26 April 1989

    Finland – West Germany 3-0 (2-0, 1-0, 0-0)

    1-0 (03:25) Hannu Virta 2 (Tikkanen)
    2-0 (09:58) Jari Kurri 3 (Ruotsalainen/Jalonen)
    3-0 (30:30) Reijo Ruotsalainen 1 (Tikkanen/Keskinen) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots: 39-49 (9-18, 16-15, 14-16)
    Shots on goal: 25-28 (8-10, 11-10, 6-8)
    Referees: Lipa (TCH) – Galinovsky (URS) & Taticek (TCH)
    Attendance: 4,832 (Stockholm)

    USA – Poland 11-2 (4-1, 5-0, 2-1)

    01-0 (01:19) Brian Mullen 2 (LaFontaine)
    02-0 (10:53) David Snuggerud 3 (Chorske/Young)
    02-1 (12:18) Piotr Kwasigroch 1 (Bujar)
    03-1 (14:28) Brian Leetch 2 (Housley) PP1
    04-1 (16:29) Paul Fenton 1 (D. Brown) SH1
    05-1 (26:06) David Snuggerud 4 (Leetch)
    06-1 (27:39) Edward Olczyk 2 SH1
    07-1 (28:37) Phillip Housley 2 (Fitzgerald) SH1
    08-1 (30:43) Randolph Wood 1 (Young/Leetch)
    09-1 (39:35) Edward Olczyk 3 (Young/Miller)
    09-2 (41:55) Ludwik Czapka 1 (Podsiadlo)
    10-2 (54:16) David Christian 3 (Olczyk/Leetch) PP1
    11-2 (58:44) Thomas Kurvers 2 (O'Callahan/Fitzgerald)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 74-40 (21-15, 34-11, 19-14)
    Shots on goal: 51-27 (16-10, 26-9, 9-8)
    Referees: Vögtlin (SUI) – Ekhagen (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 4,467 (Stockholm)


    28 April 1989

    USA – West Germany 4-3 (2-2, 1-0, 1-1)

    1-0 (04:49) David Christian 4 (Housley) PP1
    2-0 (08:31) Patrick LaFontaine 4 (Miller/Mullen) PP1
    2-1 (10:27) Andreas Niederberger 1 (Truntschka/Steiger) PP1
    2-2 (11:50) Axel Kammerer 2 (Kreis)
    3-2 (26:37) Phillip Housley 3 (Christian/Olczyk)
    3-3 (49:53) [Kurvers own goal] Udo Kießling 2 PP2
    4-3 (59:49) Patrick LaFontaine 5 (Young/Mullen)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 55-59 (19-22, 22-19, 14-18)
    Shots on goal: 36-36 (14-12, 13-12, 9-12)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Taticek (TCH) & Galinovsky (URS)
    Attendance: 5,527 (Stockholm)

    Finland – Poland 4-0 (1-0, 3-0, 0-0)

    1-0 (15:23) Hannu Järvenpää 2 (Lehtonen)
    2-0 (24:16) Kari Jalonen 4 (Virta/Tikkanen)
    3-0 (26:19) Hannu Virta 3 (Kurri/Jalonen)
    4-0 (29:54) Jari Kurri 4 (Jalonen/Järvi)

    Penalty minutes: 0 – 0 (!!)
    Shots: 70-29 (29-13, 23-8, 18-8)
    Shots on goal: 51-18 (23-6, 16-6, 12-6)
    Referees: Morley (CAN) – Lundström (SWE) & Ekhagen (SWE)
    Attendance: 6,984 (Stockholm)
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    30 April 1989

    West Germany – Poland 2-0 (0-0, 1-0, 1-0)

    1-0 (20:59) Ronald Fischer 2 (Holzmann)
    2-0 (43:54) Georg Franz 3 (Hiemer) SH1

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 61-48 (26-14, 19-21, 16-13)
    Shots on goal: 31-26 (15-11, 7-9, 9-6)
    Referees: Morozov (URS) – Lundström (SWE) & Ekhagen (SWE)
    Attendance: 9,214 (Stockholm)

    Finland – USA 6-2 (0-2, 3-0, 3-0)

    0-1 (10:40) Edward Olczyk 4 (Housley/Christian)
    0-2 (11:43) Brian Leetch 3 (Young)
    1-2 (26:05) Esa Tikkanen 4 (Kurri/Jalonen)
    2-2 (26:48) Jukka Vilander 5 (Keskinen/Kuusisto)
    3-2 (37:41) Jukka Vilander 6 (Eloranta/Keskinen)
    4-2 (45:24) Reijo Ruotsalainen 2 (Jalonen) PP1
    5-2 (54:13) Jari Kurri 5 (Jalonen/Virta) PP1 (4-on-3)
    6-2 (56:39) Kari Jalonen 5 SH1

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 16 (8x2)
    Shots: 45-63 (21-27, 16-17, 8-19)
    Shots on goal: 28-42 (10-21, 11-10, 7-11)
    Referees: Lipa (TCH) – Gorski (POL) & Schütz (FRG)
    Attendance: 12,846 (Stockholm)


    RELEGATION ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    5.Finland
    10
    5
    1
    4
    35:27
    11
    6.USA
    10
    4
    1
    5
    37:40
    09
    7.West Germany
    10
    1
    2
    7
    22:41
    04
    8.Poland
    10
    1
    0
    9
    12:76
    02



    FINAL ROUND

    27 April 1989

    Czechoslovakia – Soviet Union 0-1 (0-0, 0-0, 0-1)

    0-1 (53:36) Vyacheslav Bykov 6 (Khomutov/Kamensky)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 33-50 (11-18, 9-16, 13-16)
    Shots on goal: 19-26 (5-7, 5-10, 9-9)
    Referees: Hearn (USA) – Lärking (SWE) & Enestedt (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,128 (Stockholm)


    Canada – Sweden 5-3 (2-1, 2-2, 1-0)

    1-0 (09:16) Mark Messier 1 (Hawerchuk)
    1-1 (09:41) Bo Berglund 3 (Nilsson)
    2-1 (10:53) Scott Stevens 1 (Muller)
    2-2 (26:22) Anders Eldebrink 5 (Sandström)
    3-2 (36:44) Kevin Dineen 2 (Ashton)
    3-3 (37:43) Bo Berglund 4 (Samuelsson)
    4-3 (39:07) Kevin Dineen 3
    5-3 (54:43) James Patrick 2 (Bellows)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots: 51-46 (19-13, 18-19, 14-14)
    Shots on goal: 37-32 (14-10, 11-12, 12-10)
    Referees: Mäkelä (FIN) – Järvelä (FIN) & Kunz (SUI)
    Attendance: 13,852 (Stockholm)


    29 April 1989

    Sweden – Czechoslovakia 1-2 (0-2, 0-0, 1-0)

    0-1 (13:37) Tomas Jelinek 1 (Hascak)
    0-2 (14:00) Vladimir Svitek 4 (Ruzicka/Ciger)
    1-2 (48:53) Thomas Rundqvist 1 (Bergqvist)

    Penalty minutes: 2 – 8 (4x2)
    Shots: 52-38 (14-8, 22-15, 16-15)
    Shots on goal: 26-24 (6-6, 11-9, 9-9)
    Referees: Vögtlin (SUI) – Galinovsky (URS) & Kunz (SUI)
    Attendance: 13,856 (Stockholm)

    Soviet Union – Canada 5-3 (3-1, 1-2, 1-0)

    1-0 (07:13) Igor Larionov 2 (Byakin)
    2-0 (11:26) Vladimir Krutov 4 (Kvartalnov)
    2-1 (16:38) Mark Messier 2 (Hawerchuk)
    3-1 (18:15) Igor Larionov 3 (Fetisov) PP1
    3-2 (21:52) Brian Bellows 8 (Yzerman) PP1
    4-2 (23:32) Sergei Nemchinov 2 (Kvartalnov)
    4-3 (37:35) Kirk Muller 6 (Ellett/Ashton)
    5-3 (59:24) Sergei Fedorov 5 EN

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots: 53-51 (22-15, 19-22, 12-14)
    Shots on goal: 29-22 (11-5, 11-10, 7-7)
    Referees: Hearn (USA) – Lundström (SWE) & Ekhagen (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,627 (Stockholm)


    1 May 1989

    Canada – Czechoslovakia 4-3 (2-0, 2-3, 0-0)

    1-0 (13:25) David Babych 2 (Gallant/Yzerman) PP1
    2-0 (16:37) Mark Messier 3 (Yzerman)
    2-1 (23:52) Zdeno Ciger 2 (Ruzicka/Stavjana) PP1
    3-1 (24:24) Stephen Yzerman 5 (Carlyle)
    3-2 (25:31) Jiri Dolezal 3 (Jelinek)
    3-3 (34:40) Vladimir Ruzicka 7 (Svitek/Ciger) PP1
    4-3 (37:22) Scott Stevens 2 (Messier/Anderson) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 44-43 (15-14, 13-19, 16-10)
    Shots on goal: 28-26 (12-9, 9-11, 7-6)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Enestedt (SWE) & Lärking (SWE)
    Attendance: 13,127 (Stockholm)

    Soviet Union – Sweden 5-1 (2-0, 1-1, 2-0)

    1-0 (10:08) Sergei Fedorov 6 (Byakin)
    2-0 (15:22) Dmitri Kvartalnov 3 (Khmylev)
    3-0 (24:55) Alexei Kasatonov 2 (Khmylev) PP1
    3-1 (33:05) Anders Carlsson 2 (Olausson/Nilsson)
    4-1 (40:45) Sergei Makarov 5 (Krutov/Chernykh)
    5-1 (51:10) Alexei Gusarov 2 (Khomutov/Bykov)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots: 49-38 (21-17, 17-9, 11-12)
    Shots on goal: 29-22 (12-11, 10-5, 7-6)
    Referees: Mäkelä (FIN) – Taticek (TCH) & Järvelä (FIN)
    Attendance: 13,492 (Stockholm)


    FINAL ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Soviet Union
    3
    3
    0
    0
    11:04
    6
    2.Canada
    3
    2
    0
    1
    12:11
    4
    3.Czechoslovakia
    3
    1
    0
    2
    15:16
    2
    4.Sweden
    3
    0
    0
    3
    05:12
    0



    SCORING LEADERS

       
    GP
    G
    A
    P
    01.Brian Bellows10080614
    02.Vladimir Ruzicka10070714
    03.Kari Jalonen10050914
    04.Kent Nilsson10031114
    05.Vyacheslav Bykov10060612
    06.Stephen Yzerman08050712
    07.Dale Hawerchuk10040812
    08.Kirk Muller09060410
     Jukka Vilander10060410
    10.Vladimir Svitek10040610
    11.Kevin Dineen10030710
    12.Sergei Fedorov10060309
    13.Jari Kurri07050409
    14.Andrei Khomutov10030609
     John MacLean10030609
    16.Esa Keskinen10010809
    17.Andrew McBain10060208
    18.Anders Eldebrink09050308
     Patrick LaFontaine10050308
     Sergei Makarov10050308
    21.Valeri Kamensky10040408
     Esa Tikkanen08040408
    23.Hannu Virta10030508
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    This is great information. I recently purchased a vintage Finland jersey which I believe is from this time period. Would anyone happen to have a photo of a Finland player from this tournament to confirm the style they wore in 1989.

    I'd also like to confirm who the team captain for Finland was.

    Thanks in advance for any help.

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    The team captain for Finland was Timo Blomqvist.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Derrick View Post
    The team captain for Finland was Timo Blomqvist.
    Interesting. I was expecting to hear Jari Kurri, the 87 Canada Cup captain. Any idea of what number Blomqvist wore for FInland? I assume the #3 he wore in the 1987 Canada Cup. Numerical rosters can be a quite a challenge from the pre-internet days.

    I'd also still love a confirmation on the Finnish jersey style worn in the 1988 World Championships if anyone has a photo or video link, as they wore a different style at the 1988 Olympics in Calgary than my jersey is.

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Vrhw6EQkuGM

    The one I have is what they wore in the 1991 Canada Cup in August, which was apparently different than the one worn at the previous 1991 World Championships and likely eliminates mine from the earlier 1989 Worlds.

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    IIHF iHWC 1989 - Stockholm/Södertälje, Sweden

    Timo Blomqvist wore #3! Please have a look at posting #15 here, there are listed all numbers for the different players.

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