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Ice Hockey in England

Ice Hockey in England is governed by English Ice Hockey Association. England is not a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. England Men’s national team made their International debut in 1909. The national team last participated in an international game in 1994. The Women made their debut in 1987 and played there last game in 2002. Both teams are now inactive. This page shows the history of the Men’s and Women’s national teams.

Men’s National Team

Not a IIHF Member
Played from 1909-1993
Homepage English Ice Hockey Association
Nickname The Three Lions
All Time Stats:
England Men Official Results
England Men Unofficial Results
Other Notes:
First Official Game Played January 23rd,1909, 3-0 win over Switzerland
First Unofficial Game Played February 12th, 1910 loss to  Oxford Canadians
Longest Official Winning Streak (6) Jan 16th-Jan 22nd, 1914
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak (2) Jan 1st, 2014-Jan 9th, 1921

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak (8) Jan 23rd, 1909-Jan 11th, 1910
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak (3) Jan 29th-31st 1935

Longest Official Losing Streak (7) Feb 10th, 1950-Feb 4th, 1955
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak (14) Nov 28th, 1932-Feb 12th, 1934
Biggest Official Win 16-0 over Belgium – January 16th,1914
Biggest Unofficial Win 4-1 over Saint Moritz (SUI) Jan 9th, 1921

Biggest Official Loss 14-0 to Canada January 25th,1952
Biggest Unofficial Loss 14-2 to Hammarby IF Mar14, 1946

GK David Graham – Nottingham Panthers (GBR)
GK Jeff Smith – Cardiff Devils (GBR)
DEF Andrew Allan – Peterborough Pirates (GBR)
DEF Ian Cooper – Durham Wasps (GBR)
DEF Stephen Cooper – Durham Wasps (GBR)
DEF Mike O’Connor – Durham Wasps (GBR)
DEF Robert Wilkinison – Durham Wasps (GBR)
FW Jamie Crapper – Bracknell Bees (GBR)
FW Paul Davison – Cleveland Bombers (GBR)
FW John Iredale – Whitley Warriors (GBR)
FW Anthony Johnson – Humberside Seahawks (GBR)
FW Stephen Johnson – Humberside Seahawks (GBR)
FW Stuart Parker – Peterborough Pirates (GBR)
FW Simon Perkins – Nottingham Panthers (GBR)
FW Nigel Rhodes – Milton Keynes Kings (GBR)
FW Damian Smith – Durham Wasps (GBR)
FW Gary Stefan – Slough Jets (GBR)
HC Peter Johnson
(1991 Squad)

Women’s National Team

Not a IIHF Member
Played from 1987-2002
Homepage English Ice Hockey Association
Nickname The Three Lions
All Time Stats:
England Women Official Results
England Women Unofficial Results
Other Notes:

First Official Game Played December 18th,1987, 5-1 loss to Denmark
First Unofficial Game Played December 20th, 1987 13-0 loss to Guelpg Gryphons (CAN)
Longest Official Winning Streak (2) May 16th, 1992-Jan 30th, 1993
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak (1) Dec 23rd, 1987

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak (3) Dec 28th, 1991-Jan 30th, 1993
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak (1) Dec 23rd, 1987

Longest Official Losing Streak (1) May 18th, 2002
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak (4) Aug 24th-29th, 2015
Biggest Official Win 7-0 over Scotland January 30th,1993
Biggest Unofficial Win 6-5 over Lokomotiv Beroun (CZE) Dec 23rd, 1987

Biggest Official Loss 5-1 to Denmark December 18th,1987
Biggest Unofficial Loss 13-0 to Guelpg Gryphons (CAN) Dec 20th, 1987

GK Rhian Hayes – England (ENG)
GK Sasha Martin – England (ENG)
DEF Nicole Brock – England (ENG)
DEF Grace Drake – England (ENG)
DEF Lucy Johnson – England (ENG
DEF Chrissey Newman – England (ENG)
DEF Jacqui Memmolt – England (ENG)
DEF Nicki Pattinson – England (ENG)
DEF Sue Williams – England (ENG)
FW Sam Bidmead – England (ENG)
FW Natalie Bullen – England (ENG)
FW Josie Griffiths – England (ENG)
FW Kirsty Krater – England (ENG)
FW Gemma Nichole – England (ENG)
FW Claire Pannell – England (ENG)
FW Kelly Simpson – England (ENG)
FW Alice Stanley – England (ENG)
FW Laura Stark – England (ENG)
FW Emma Slott – England (ENG)
FW Alex Spooner – England (ENG)
FW Stephane Turner – England (ENG)
FW Stacy Wood – England (ENG)
FW Vicki Wood – England
(2002 Squad)