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Ice Hockey in Luxembourg

Ice Hockey in Luxembourg is governed by the FLHG Federation Luxembourgeoise . Luxembourg has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1912. Luxembourg Men’s national team made their International debut in 1992, while the Junior teams made their debuts in 2001. The Junior team as been inactive since 2003. This page shows the history of the Men’s and Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member March 23rd, 1912
Nickname:The Red Lions
History:
Luxembourg Men Official Results

Luxembourg Men Unofficial Results

Luxembourg Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
March 21st,1992, 23-0 loss to South Africa
First Unofficial Game Played
February 10th, 2005, 6-6 tie with Dauphins Epinal (FRA)

Longest Official Winning Streak
(8) Apr 3rd, 2016-Apr 16th, 2017
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(1) Mar 15th, 2015

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(8) Apr 3rd, 2016-Apr 16th, 2017
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(1) Mar 15th, 2015

Longest Official Losing Streak
(6) Mar 25th, 2002-Apr 5th, 2003
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(2) Feb 11th-27th, 2005

Biggest Official Win
38-3 over Armenia March 10th, 2005
Biggest Unofficial Win
5-4 over Les Glaxaians de Amneville (FRA) Mar 15th, 2014

Biggest Official Loss
 31-0 to Spain March 25th,1992
Biggest Unofficial Loss
13-2 to HTC Troisdorf (GER) Feb 27th, 2005

ROSTER
GK #20 Philippe Lepage – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
GK #25 Gilles Mangen – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #18 Philippe Bechtold – Akademischer EC Zürich (SUI)

DEF #17 Cedric Farinon – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
DEF #23 Sebastian Grein – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #3 Kevin Gronlund – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #4 Raoul Kramer – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #13 Kai Linster – IHC Beaufort (LUX)

DEF #14 Ronny Scheier – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #12 Francios Schons – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #8 Pat Skinner – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
DEF #24 Xavir Thill – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW #7 Mikael Aijala – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)

FW #21 Thierry Beran – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
FW #26 Oliver Biver – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)

FW #29 Colm Cannon – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
FW #22 Michael Cannon – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
FW #27 Maxime Cid – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)

FW #16 Marcus Eriksson – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
FW #2 Tony Jakubse – Tornado Luxembourg (LUX)
FW #6 Bob Linster – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW #15 Miroslav Mosr – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW #5 Claude Mossong – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW #19 Nicolas Mossong – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW 10 Benny Welter – IHC Beaufort (LUX)

HC Petr Fical
Updated (04/02/18)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member March 23rd, 1912
Nickname: Junior Red Lions
History:
Luxembourg U20 Official Results

Luxembourg U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
April 26th, 2001, 6-2 loss to Iceland
Longest Official Winning Streak
(1) Apr 27th, 2001

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(1) Apr 27th, 2001

Longest Official Losing Streak
(4) Jan 21st – 25th, 2003

Biggest Official Win
10-0 over Ireland April 27th, 2001

Biggest Official Loss
17-0 to South Korea January 21st, 2003

ROSTER
GK Philippe Lepage – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
GK Michel Welter – Tuusulan Kiekko (FIN)
DEF Yves Dostert – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
DEF Liam McEvoy – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
DEF Serge Milano – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
DEF Kevin Schimberg – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
DEF Francios Schons – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
FW Alain Breuskn – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW Steve Charpantier – Rapids Remich (LUX)
FW Gerome Mart – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
FW Jerry Matuszewski – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW David Mossong – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW Georges Scheier – Torando Luxembourg (LUX)
FW Denis Schmit – IHC Beaufort (LUX)
FW Frank Schram – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
FW Eric Wambach – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
FW David Zinelli – Hiversport Huskies (LUX)
HC Robert Beran
(2003 Squad)

Homepage:
FLHG Federation Luxembourgeoise

Multimedia:
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