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Ice Hockey in Israel

Ice Hockey in Israel is governed by the Israel Ice Hockey Federation. Israel has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1991.  Israel Men’s national team made their International debut in 1992, Israel best achievement was promotion to the IIHF World Championship Division I in 2005. The Junior team made their debut in 1996. This page shows the history of the Men’s & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member May 1st, 1991
Homepage Ice Hockey Federation of Israel
Facebook Israel Ice Hockey Federation
All Time Results:
Israel Men Official Results
Israel Men Unofficial Results

Israel Scoring Leaders
First Official Game Played
 March 22nd,1992, 23-4 loss to Spain
First Unofficial Game Played August 23rd, 2005, 6-0 loos to Spartak Moscow (RUS)
Longest Official Winning Streak (4) Apr 21st-25th, 2013
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak (1) Jul 5th, 2017

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak (11) Apr 11th, 1999-Mar 29th, 2001
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak (1) Jul 5th, 2017

Longest Official Losing Streak (10) Apr 7th, 2009-Apr 16th, 2010
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak (7) Aug 26th, 2005-Sept 12th, 2015
Biggest Official Win 26-2 over Greece April 15th, 2011
Biggest Unofficial Win 16-6 over Maccabiah Germany July 5th, 2017

Biggest Official Loss 32-0 to Latvia March 15th,1993
Biggest Unofficial Loss 16-2 to Maccabih Canada July 12th, 2017

ROSTER
GK #1 Nir Tichon – Rishon Devils (ISR)
GK #25 Maxim Gokhberg – Bat Yam Icebergs (ISR)
DEF #12 Tomer Aharonovich – Philadelphia Revolution (USA)

DEF #3 Ori Kafri – Kfar Saba Horses (ISR)
DEF #5 Denis Kozev – Maalot (ISR)
DEF#10 Michael Kozevnikov – HC Bat Yam (ISR)

DEF #11 Shai Maaravi – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
DEF #19 Yuval Rosenthal – Bradford Bulls (CAN)

DEF #18 Daniel Spivak – Rochester Americans (USA)
DEF #2 Egor Valeev – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
FW #7 Roy Aharonovich – Rice Memorial HS (USA)
FW #15 Joshua Greenberg – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
FW #6 Elie Klein – Rishon Devils (ISR)

FW #4 Evegeni Kozhevnikov –  HC Bat Yam (ISR)
FW #9 Daiel Mazour – Maalot (ISR)
FW #24 Aviv Milner – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
FW #8 Mark Revniaga – New York Apple Core (USA)
FW #14 Maor Sherf – Rishon Devils (ISR)

FW #17 Ilya Spektor – Kfar Saba Horses (ISR)
FW #16 Shalev Itay Tov Ben – Maalot (ISR)

FW #13 Artem Verny – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
HC Semion Yacubovitch
Updated (04/13/18)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member May 1st, 1991
Homepage Ice Hockey Federation of Israel
Facebook Israel Ice Hockey Federation
All Time Stats:
Israel U20 Official Results
Israel U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Notes:
First Official Game Played December 30th, 1996, 12-3 loss to Estonia
Longest Official Winning Streak (7) 2017-2018
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak (7) 2017-2018
Longest Official Losing Streak (7) 2005-2016
Biggest Official Win 17-0 over South Africa January 19th, 2016
Biggest Official Loss 12-3 to Estonia December 30th,1996

ROSTER
GK #40 Artem Loginov – Rishon Devils (ISR)
GK #1 Yehonatan Reisinger – HC Bat Yam (ISR)

GK#20 Raz Werner – Lower Austria Stars St. Polten (AUT)
DEF #11 Tomer Aharonovich – Rishon Devils (ISR)
DEF #23 Dan Hoffman – Ak Bars Kazan (RUS)
DEF #4 Denis Kozev – Haifa Hawks (ISR)
DEF #7 Shahar LAvon – Kfar Saba (ISR)
DEF #9 Itay Mostovoy – Haifa Hawks (ISR)
DEF #3 Danil Nykhaychuk – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
DEF #25 Daniel Tselimetskiy – Jerusalem (ISR)
DEF #2 Egor Valeev – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
DEF #6 Danil Zilber – Rishon Devils (ISR)

FW #22 Marom Avraham – Maalot (ISR)
FW #16 Maxim Bachinsk – MAC Metulla (ISR)
FW #15 Boris Dvorkin – HC Bat Yam (ISR)

FW #5 Guy Ein Dor – Kfar Saba (ISR)
FW #24 Yuval Halpert – Nes-Ziona (ISR)
FW #17 Tom Ignatovich – Wenatchee Wild (USA)
FW #21 Arael Kapulkin – CIH Rockland Academy (CAN)
FW #14 Daniel Levin – Kfar Saba (ISR)
FW #13 Daniel Lonkry – Kfar Saba (ISR)
FW #18 Daniel Marziko – Rishon Devils (ISR)

FW #10 Daniel Merkulov – Rishon Devils (ISR)
FW #33 Binyamin Pilatowsky – Jerusalem (ISR)
FW #8 Mark Revniaga – Maalot (ISR)
FW #19 Or Rom – HC Bat Yam (ISR)
FW #12 Gal Tamir – HC Metulla (ISR)

HC Derek Eisler
Updated (01/09/18)