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Ice Hockey in Latvia

Ice Hockey in Latvia is governed by the Latvian Ice Hockey Federation. Latvia has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1992. Latvia Men’s national team made their International debut in 1932, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 1992 & 1962. Both Men and Junior teams took part in Winter Spartakiad Games . This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member May 6th, 1992
History:
Latvia Men Official Results

Latvia Men Unofficial Results

Latvia Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played 

February 27th, 1932, 3-0 win over Lithuania
First Unofficial Game Played 
January 15th, 1935, 2-1 win over Vfb Konigberg (GER)
Longest Official Winning Streak
(9) Nov 15th, 1992-Mar 15th, 1993
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(3) Feb 25th-28th, 1986

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(16) Nov 15th, 1992-Sept 1st, 1993
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(6) Feb 22nd, 1982-Feb 21st, 1986

Longest Official Losing Streak
(11) Feb 16th-May 1st, 2018
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
Apr 15th, 1990-Nov 5th, 1994

Biggest Official Win
32-o over Israel March 15th, 1993
Longest Unofficial Win
35-0 over Armenian SSR March 10th, 1962

Biggest Official Loss
14-0 to Canada January 20th, 1935
Biggest Unofficial Loss
11-1to Kazakh SSR March 10th, 1978

ROSTER
GK Kristers Gudļevskis – Dynamo Riga (LAT)
GK Kristaps Nazarovs – HK Liepāja (LAT)
DEF Uvis Balinskis – Dynamo Riga (LAT)
DEF Arvils Bergmanis – HK Rīga (LAT)
DEF Ričards Birziņš – HK Kurbads (LAT)
DEF Kristers Freibergs – HK Liepāja (LAT)

DEF Ralfs Freibergs – Berani Zlin (CZE)
DEF Artūrs Kulda – Latvia (LAT)
DEF Hugo Jansons – Dynamo Riga (LAT)
DEF Roberts Mamčics – Dynamo Riga (LAT)
DEF Artūrs Salija – Kuņluņ Red Star (CHN)
DEF Sandis Smons – HC Sierre (SUI)
FW Toms Andersons – SCL Tigers (SUI)
FW Rihards Bukarts – Dusseldorf EG (GER)
FW Roberts Bukarts – HC Vitkovice (CZE)
FW Kaspars Daugaviņš – Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
FW Kirils Galoha – Olimp Riga (LAT)
FW Miks Indrašis – Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
FW Nikolajs Jeļisejevs – Olimp Riga (LAT)
FW Mārtiņš Karsums – Dynamo Moscow (RUS)
FW Raimons Mikus Vītoliņš – HS Riga (LAT)
FW Romāns Nekļudovs – HK “Liepāja (LAT)
FW Frenks Razgals – Dynamo Riga (LAT)
FW Rihards Melnalksnis – SCL Lengenthal (SUI)
FW Deivids Sarkanis – Dynamo Riga (LAT)
FW Deniss Smirnovs – Genève-Servette HC (SUI)
FW Bruno Zabis – HK Liepāja (LAT)
FW Sandis Zolmanis – HK Kurbads (LAT)

HC Bob Hartley
Updated (11/02/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member May 6th, 1992
History:
Latvia Women Official Results

Latvia Women Unofficial Results

Latvia Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
November 1st,1992,  3-0 loss to Ukraine

First Unofficial Game Played
September 27th 1997, 3-1 loss to EV Bolzano Eagles (ITA)

Longest Official Winning Streak
(9) Sept 4th, 2008-Apr 9th, 2011
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(4) Sept 27th, 1997-Feb 16th, 2018

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(9) Sept 4th, 2008-Apr 9th, 2011
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(4) Sept 27th, 1997-Feb 16th, 2018

Longest Official Losing Streak
(11) Mar 28th, 2012-Apr 13th, 2013
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(1) Feb 11th, 2019

Biggest Official Win
39-0 over Bulgaria September 5th, 2008
Biggest Unofficial Win 

7-2 over Hungary U19 February 16th, 2018
Biggest Official Loss
17-0 to Finland March 24th,1995
Biggest Unofficial Loss 

3-1 to EV Bolzano Eagles (ITA) November 1st,1992

ROSTER
GK #1 Kristiana Apsite – Laima Riga (LAT)
GK #20 Evija Tētiņa – Laima Riga (LAT)

DEF #13 Aija Apsite – Laima Riga (LAT)
DEF #7 Anna Kublina – SHK Pārdaugava Lauvas (LAT)
DEF #8 Sarma Ozmena – Minnesota Blue Js (USA)
DEF #12 Eliza Plata – SHK Pārdaugava Lauvas (LAT)
DEF #15 Kate Sabine Rubīna – LNL Riga (LAT
DEF #17 Beate Zagare – Laima Riga (LAT)
FW #11 Ilona Abola – Laima Riga (LAT)
FW #6 Karīna Aņisimova – Odense IK (DEN)
FW #9 Zane Kronberga – Laima Riga (LAT)

FW #18 Ivita Krumina – Laima Riga (LAT)
FW #2 Baiba Krume – Laima Riga (LAT)
FW #19 Katrina Anna Lagzdiņa – Lethbridge Jr. Eagles (CAN)

FW #3 Julija Mihejenko – SHK Pārdaugava Lauvas (LAT)
FW #21 Līga Miljone – University of Maine (LAT)
FW #22 Ieva Pētersone – SHK Pārdaugava Lauvas (LAT)
FW #16 Karīna Šilajāne – Laima Riga (LAT)
FW #24 Māra Trēziņa – SHK Pārdaugava Lauvas (LAT)
FW #14 Kitija Voitkevica – Laima Riga (LAT)

HC Miks Golubovičs
Updated (04/05/19)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member May 6th, 1992
History:
Latvia U20 Official Results

Latvia U20 Unofficial Results

Latvia U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
November 11th, 1992, 12-3 win over Estonia

First Unofficial Game Played
March 4th, 1982, 5-4 loss to Gorky (URS)

Longest Official Winning Streak
(11) Dec 20th, 2014-Dec 19th, 2015
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(3) Aug 29th-Dec18th, 2012

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(11) Dec 20th, 2014-Dec 19th, 2015

Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(3) Aug 29th-Dec18th, 2012

Longest Official Losing Streak
(11) Dec 22nd, 2016-Nov 11th, 2017
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(6) Mar 11th, 1982-Nov 11th, 2012

Biggest Official Win
47-1 over Greece November 10th,1992
Biggest Unofficial Win 

14-1 over Uzebek SSR Mar 8th, 1982
Biggest Official Loss
16-0 to Canada December 26th, 2009
Biggest Unofficial Loss
11-4 to Belorussian SSR March 6th, 1982

ROSTER
GK Bruno Brūveris – HK Rīga (LAT)
GK Jānis Voris – Springfield Jr. Blues (USA)
DEF Gustavs Bergs – HK Rīga (LAT)

DEF Artūrs Brikmanis – HK Rīga (LAT)
DEF Ernests Ošenieks – HK Rīga (LAT)
DEF Patriks Ozols – HK Lido (LAT)
DEF Kārlis Reinis Štolcs – Venta 2002 (LAT)
DEF Rūdolfs Spilva – HS Mārupe (LAT)
DEF Miks Tumānovs – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Raivis Kristians Ansons – HS Riga (LAT)
FW Deniss Fjodorovs – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Ričards Fomins – HK Liepāja (LAT)
FW Viktors Jašunovs – AIK Stockholm U20 (SWE)
FW Ralfs Jevdokimovs – HS Rīga
FW Daņila Larionovs – Boston Jr.Rangers USA)
FW Gustavs Millers – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Rūdolfs Polcs – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Roberts Priževoits – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Kristaps Roķis – HK Rīga
FW Kristaps Skrastins – HS Rīga (LAT)
FW Jānis Švanenbergs – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Antons Trastašenkovs – HK Rīga (LAT)
FW Patriks Zabusovs – HK Rīga (LAT)

HC Kārlis Zirnis
Updated (05/24/19)

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