Ice Hockey in Estonia

Ice Hockey in Estonia is governed by Estonia Ice Hockey Association. Estonia has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1992. Estonia Men’s national team made their International debut in 1937, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 2005 & 1992. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member:
May 6th, 1992

History:
Estonia Men Official Results

Estonia Men Unofficial Results

Estonia Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played

February 20th,1937, 2-1 loss to Finland
First Unofficial Game Played
March 2nd, 1962, 6-3 win over Latvia SSR

Longest Official Winning Streak
(9) Apr 8th, 2009-Apr 16th, 2010
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(3) Mar 10th-11th, 1962

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(9) Apr 8th, 2009-Apr 16th, 2010
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(4) Mar 6th-11th, 1962

Longest Official Losing Streak
(9) Nov 8th, 2012-Apr 5th, 2014
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(10) Aug 28th, 2004-Feb 6th, 2005

Biggest Official Win
27-1 over South Africa March 16th, 2016
Biggest Unofficial Win
31-1 over Armenian SSR March 11th, 1962

Biggest Official Loss
16-0 to Slovenia April 21st, 2001
Biggest Unofficial Loss 

13-0 to Latvia B November 12th, 2017

ROSTER
GK #1 Henrik-Villem Koitmaa – Sharks Mechelen (BEL)
GK #30 Jõgi Christopher-Kullervo – TuTo (FIN)
DEF #4 Artjom Anufriev – JYP Jyväskylä (FIN)
DEF #51 Ivan Kruglikov – HC Temirtau (KAZ)
DEF #28 Lauri Lahesalu – Estonia (EST)
DEF #7 Saveli Novikov – HC Viking (EST)
DEF #27 Denis Saskin – Jokipojat (FIN)
DEF #5 Eduard Slessarevski – Jokerit  Helsinki (FIN)
DEF #21 Jaanus Sorokin – Tartu Välk 494 (EST)
DEF #25 Filipp Svarõgin – Kalev Viking (EST)
DEF #2 Ilja Urušev – HC Viking (EST)
FW #21 Artemi Aleksandrov – Jokerit  Helsinki (FIN)
FW #18 Marcus Appelberg – Huddinge IK (SWE)
FW #15 Robert Arrak –  EC Salzburg II (AUT)
FW #19 Riho Emrich – Estonia (EST)
FW #27 Semjon Fabian Jacob Hast – Tønsberg Vikings (NOR)
FW #6 Kristofer Jogi – KJT Haukat (FIN)
FW #9 Rasmus Klik – Turku TuTo (FIN)
FW #16 Andre Linde – Järvenpää Haukat (FIN)
FW #72 Siim Liivik – Klagenfurter AC (AUT)
FW #17 Arantez Morten Jürgens – Mikkeli Jukurit (FIN)
FW  #22 Andrei Markov – Estonia (EST)

FW #24 Aleksandr Petrov – ValpEagle (ITA)
FW #13 Nikita Puzakov – TuTo (FIN)
FW #8 Robert Rooba – JYP Jyväskylä (FIN)
FW #3 Christopher Usov – Comet Halden (NOR)
FW #23 Mark Viitanen – Turku TuTo (FIN)
FW #20 Mihkel Vorang – Tartu Välk 494 (EST)

HC Märt Eerme
Updated (11/01/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member:
May 6th, 1992

History:
Estonia Women Official Results

Estonia Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Game Played
 November 25th, 2005, 8-2 win over Iceland

Longest Official Winning Streak
(3) Apr 1st, 2007-Mar 24th, 2008

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(3) Apr 1st, 2007-Mar 24th, 2008

Longest Official Losing Streak
(4) Mar 17th, 2006-Mar 26th-2007

Biggest Official Win
14-1 over Turkey March 27th, 2007

Biggest Official Loss 15-0 to Latvia March 18th, 2006

ROSTER
GK Monika Janis – DL Queens (EST)
GK Helena Uibo – DL Queens (EST)
DEF Carmen Kauks – DL Queens (EST)
DEF Christin Korpatshjova – DL Queens (EST)
DEF Meelika Limberg – DL Queens (EST)
DEF Janely Pokk – Viru Spuntik Kohtla Jarve (EST)
DEF Magrit Rand – DL Queens (EST)
DEF Rina Ristimets – Jaalinuun (EST)
DEF Evelyn Roosileht – DL Queens (EST)
DEF Janne Toomel – DL Queens (EST)
FW  Maria Disko – Viru Spuntik Kohtla Jarve (EST)
FW Kairiin Joemets – DL Queens (EST)
FW Diana Kaareste – DL Queens (EST)
FW Merle Kale – Jaalinuun (EST)
FW Reine Kotkas – DL Queens (EST)
FW Kirke Kulla – DL Queens (EST)
FW Kadri Reitalu – DL Queens (EST)
FW Maren Maria Sepper – DL Queens (EST)
FW Katrin Talvak – DL Queens (EST)
FW Svetlana Tsupsman – Viru Spuntik Kohtla Jarve (EST)
HC Veiko Suvaoja
(2008 Squad)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member:
May 6th, 1992

History:
Estonia U20 Official Results

Estonia U20 Unofficial Results

Estonia U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played 

November 10th,1992, 4-3 loss to Slovenia
First Unofficial Game Played 

Mar 3rd, 1982, 10-4 loss to Moscow (URS)
Longest Official Winning Streak
(9) Dec 11th, 2011 – Jan 18th, 2013
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(2) Dec 5th, 2015 – Dec 7th, 2017

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(9) ) Dec 11th, 2011 – Jan 18th, 2013
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(2) Dec 5th, 2015 – Dec 7th, 2017

Longest Official Losing Streak
(11) Dec 14th, 2008 – Dec 13th, 2010
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(3) Dec 11th, 2010 – Dec 3rd, 2015

Biggest Official Win
34-2 over Greece November 15th,1992
Biggest Unofficial Win
12-0 over Uzbek SSR March 11th, 1982

Biggest Official Loss
22-2 to Slovenia December 15th, 2008
Biggest Unofficial Loss 

11-1 to Sweden U17) December 14th, 1995

ROSTER
GK #1 Christopher- Kullervo Jogi – KJT Haukat Järvepää (FIN)
GK #30 Oliver Soovik – Halmstad HF (SWE)

DEF #23 Artjom Aanfriev – KJT Haukat Järvenpää (FIN)
DEF #21 Tommy Jansson – Huddinge IK (SWE)
DEF #2 Hendrik-Paul Laosma – Lennoxville Bishop´s College (CAN)
DEF #3 Anton Murashko – Pallada StP (RUS)
DEF #7 Saveli Novikov – Kalev Viking (EST)
DEF #25 Denis Shashkin – MAC Budapest U20 (HUN)

DEF #5 Eduard Slessarevski – KJT Haukat Järvenpää (FIN)
FW #19 Artemi Aleksandrov – Rögle (SWE)
FW #17 Morten Arantez Jürgens – Mikkeli Jukurit (FIN)
FW #15 Robert Arrak – Vaasa Sport (FIN)
FW #27 Fabian Hast – Halmstad HF (SWE)

FW #6 Kristofer Jogi – Turku TuTo (FIN)
FW #9 Rasmus Kiik – Turku TuTo (FIN)

FW #28 Kristjan Kombe – Hämeenlinna HPK (FIN)
FW #10 Dmitri Kuznetsov – Tartu Välk 494 (EST)
FW #16 Andre Linde – KJT Haukat Järvepää (FIN)

FW #24 Kirill Lodeikin – Helsinki IFK (FIN)
FW #20 Jegor Nevzorov – Narva PSK (EST)

FW #13 Nikita Puzakov – Narva PSK (EST)
FW #14 Emil Svartbro – Djurgårdens IF (SWE)
HC Spiros Anastasiadis
Updated (01/08/19)

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