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Ice Hockey in East Germany

Ice Hockey in East Germany was governed by the Deutscher Eislauf-Verband Der DDR. East Germany ice hockey team created in 1951 and was a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation 1954-1990.   The only time they competed in the Olympics was in Grenoble in 1968. The national team refused to participate in any future Olympic hockey tournaments. The team ceased playing in 1990, just before the German reunification.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member From 1954-1990
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Played From 1951-1990
Games Played 655
Wins 313 Losses 287 Ties 55
Longest Winning Streak (23) Nov 20th, 1976-Mar 23rd, 1977
Longest Unbeaten Streak (23) Nov 20th, 1976-Mar 23rd, 1977
Longest Losing Streak (21) Jan 28th, 1951-Dec 25th, 1952
Home Games 214 Away Games 441
Goals For 2763 Goals Against 2893
Most Games Dietmar Peters (323) Most Points Rainer Patschinski (189)
First Game Played January 28th, 1951 – 8-3 loss to Poland
Biggest Win 20-0 over France March 12th, 1980
Biggest Loss 27-3 to Czechoslovakia April 25th, 1951
European Championships:
Bronze: 1966
East Germany vs Others
Games Played 106
Wins 24 Losses 70 Ties 12
Home Games 51 Away Games 55
Goals For 335 Goals Against 554
Click here for East Germany Men All Time Results

ROSTER
GK Rene Bielke – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
GK Tomas Bresagk – SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)
DEF Thorsten Deutscher – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
DEF Olaf Engelmann – SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)
DEF Tom Gobel – PEV Weisswasser (DDR)
DEF Torsten Kienass – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
DEF Joachim Lempio – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
DEF Frank Liebert – SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)

DEF Dirk Perschau – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
DEF Gerd Vogel – SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Henry Domke – PEV Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Andreas Gebauer – PEV Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Thomas Graul – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)

FW Hubert Hahn – SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Jorg Handrick-  SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Ralf Hantschke –  SG Dynamo Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Harald Kuhnke – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
FW Andreas Ludwig – PEV Weisswasser (DDR)
FW Mario Naster – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
FW Frank Proske – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
FW Detlef Radnet – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
FW Jan Schertz – SC Dynamo Berlin (DDR)
HC Hartmut Nickel

(1990 World Championship Squad)