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Ice Hockey in Austria

Ice Hockey in Austria is governed by the Osterreichischischer Eishockeyverband. Austria has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1912.  Austria Men’s national team made their International debut in 1912, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 2001 & 1979. Austria has not won a medal in a major tournament since 1947. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member March 18th, 1912
Homepage Osterreichischischer Eishockeyverband
Facebook OEHV Osterreichischischer Eishockeyverband
Nickname The Eagles
Games Played 1012
Wins 403 Losses 528 Ties 81
Longest Winning Streak (10) Apr 13th, 2008-Feb 5th, 2009
Longest Unbeaten Streak (13) Feb 12th-Nov 14th, 2010
Longest Losing Streak (11) Apr 27th-Nov 7th, 2019

Home Games 282 Away Games 730
Goals For 3195 Goals Against 3661
Most Games Gerhard Unterluggauer (239) Most Points Rudi König (183)
First Game Played February 4th,1912 – 5-0 loss to Bohemia
Biggest Win 30-0 over Belgium March 12th,1963
Biggest Loss 23-0 to Canada January 27th,1956
World Championships:
Bronze: 1931, 1947
European Championships:
Gold: 1927
Silver: 1925, 1932
Bronze: 1926, 1929
Austria vs Others
Games Played 32
Wins 10 Losses 18 Ties 4
Home Games 7 Away Games 25
Goals For 89 Goals Against 112
Click here for Austria Men All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #30 David Kickert – EHC Liwest Linz (AUT)
GK #31 David Madlener – KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
GK #33 Floran Vorauer – KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
DEF #71 Eric Kirchschlager – Graz 99ers (AUT)
DEF #4 Gerd Kragl – EHC Liwest Linz (AUT)
DEF #77 Philipp Lindner – Graz 99ers (AUT)
DEF #14 Patrick Peter – EV Vienna Capitals (AUT)
DEF #22 Stefan Ulmer – EHC Biel (SUI)
DEF #42 Layne Viveiros – EC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
DEF #32 Bernd Wolf – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
DEF #55 Raphel Wolf – EHC Liwest Linz (AUT)
FW #10 Floran Baltram – EC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
FW #20 Nico Brunner – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
FW #6 Stefan Gaffal – EHC Liwest Linz (AUT)
FW #17 Manuel Ganahl – KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
FW #21 Lukas Haudum – KAC Klagenfurt (AUT)
FW #37 Stefan Haussle – Dornbirner EC (AUT)
FW #96 Mario Huber – EC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
FW #13 Patrick Obrist – Kloten Flyers (SUI)
FW #79 Emilo Romig – Dornbirner EC (AUT)
FW #3 Peter Schneider – EHC Biel (SUI)
FW #61 Patric Spannring – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
FW #86 Martin Ulmer – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
FW #9 Ali Wukovits – EV Vienna Capitals (AUT)

HC Roger Bader
Updated (10/22/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member March 18th, 1912
Homepage Osterreichischischer Eishockeyverband
Facebook OEHV Osterreichischischer Eishockeyverband
Nickname The Lady Eagles
Games Played 238
Wins 108 Losses 127 Ties 3
Longest Winning Streak (8) Mar 19th – Dec 29th, 2004
Longest Unbeaten Streak (8) Mar 19th – Dec 29th. 2004
Longest Losing Streak (14) Aug 8th, 2016 – Feb 12th, 2017
Home Games 89 Away Games 149
Goals For 737 Goals Against 759
Most Games Esther Kantor (181) Most Points Denise Altmann (273)
First Game Played March 31st, 2001 – 4-1 loss to Hungary
Biggest Win 14-0 over Romania March 19th, 2004
Biggest Loss 10-2 to Switzerland December 18th, 2009
Austria vs Others
Games Played 9
Wins 2 Losses 6 Ties 1
Home Games 6 Away Games 3
Goals For 17 Goals Against 53
Click here for Austria Women All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #20 Jessica Ekrt – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
GK #25 Selma Luggin – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
GK #1 Nina Prunster – Colby College (USA)
DEF #12 Annika Fazokas – St. Cloud State University (USA)
DEF #13 Tamara Grascher – ZSC Lions (SUI)
DEF #6 Karolina Hengelmuller – Okanagan Hockey Academy (AUT)

DEF #2 Katharina Heuberger – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
DEF #5 Alina Hinum – EHC LIWEST Black Wings Linz (AUT)
DEF #4 Antonia Matzka – Holy Cross College (USA)
DEF #3 Emma Mortel – Akademie Steiermark (AUT)
DEF #17 Charlotte Wittich – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
FW #18 Carlotta Clodi – TPS Turku (FIN)
FW #21 Lena Daubock – Völkermarkter STV (AUT)

FW #9 Anna Hanser – HV 71 (SWE)
FW #22 Zoe Von Horn Killisch – Plymouth State University (USA)
FW #19 Laura Luftenegger – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
FW #15 Julia Mazurek – DEC Salzburg Eagles (AUT)
FW #10 Anna Meixner – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
FW #7 Theresa Schafzahl – University of Vermont (USA)
FW #24 Anja Trummer – EHC LIWEST Black Wings Linz (AUT)
FW #16 Moniker Vlcek – EHV Sabers Vienna (AUT)
FW #8 Sophia Volgger – DEC Salzburg Eagles (AUT)

HC Risto Kurkinen
Updated (12/14/19)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member March 18th, 1912
Homepage Osterreichischer Eishockeyverband
Facebook OEHV Osterreichischer Eishockeyverband
Games Played 345
Wins 144 Losses 181 Ties 20
Longest Winning Streak (9) 2002
Longest Unbeaten Streak (9) 2002
Longest Losing Streak (10) 2010
Home Games 70 Away Games 275
Goals For 1143 Goals Against 1400
Most Games Dieter Klatt (28) Most Points Oliver Setzinger (29)
First Game Played March 5th,1979 3-1 loss to France
Biggest Win 19-3 over Hungary March 7th,1980
Biggest Loss 19-1 to Soviet Union December 27th,1980
Austria vs Others
Games Played 16
Wins 9 Losses 7 Ties 0
Home Games 2 Away Games 14
Goals For 65 Goals Against 49
Click here for  Austria U20 All Time Results

ROSTER
GK#20  Luka Egger – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
GK #25 Alexander Schmidt – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
DEF #15 Luis Lindner – Boston Junior Bruins (USA)
DEF #17 David Maier – Peterborough Petes (CAN)
DEF #7 Thimo Nickl – Drummondville Voltigeurs (CAN)
DEF #16 Timo Pallierer – EV Vienna Capitals (AUT)

DEF #8 Julian Payr – HC Ambri-Piotta (SUI)

DEF #5 Jacob Pefeffer – Örebro HK (SWE)
DEF #4 Martin Urbanek – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
DEF #23 Jakob Wetzelsberger – HC TWK Innsbruck (AUT)
FW #10 Patrick Antal – EV Vienna Capitals (AUT)
FW #24 Benjamin Baumgartner -HC Davos U20 (SUI)

FW #18 Tim Harnisch – EC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
FW #12 Paul Huber – EC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
FW #14 Benjamin Lanzinger – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)
FW #19 Senna Peeters – Halifax Mooseheads (CAN)
FW #22 Valentin Ploner – Klangenfurt AC II (AUT)
FW #11 Maximilian Rebernig – EC Red Bull Salzburg (AUT)
FW #21 Paul Schmid – Skien IHK U21  (NOR)
FW #9 Lucas Thaler – Mora IK U20 (SWE)
FW #13 Leon Wallner – Södertälje SK U20 (SWE)
FW #6 Benedikt Wohlfahrt – EC Panaceo VSV (AUT)

HC Marco Pewal
Updated (12/06/19)