Ice Hockey Mongolia

Ice Hockey in Mongolia

Ice hockey in Mongolia is governed by the Mongolian Ice Hockey Federation. Mongolia has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1999. Mongolia Men’s national team made their International debut in 1999 at the Asian Winter Games. This page shows the history of the Men’s national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member May 13th, 1999
Homepage N/A
Facebook Mongolian Ice Hockey Federation
All Time Stats:
Mongolia Men Official Results
Mongolia Scoring Leaders

Other Notes:
First Official Game Played January 30th, 1999, 14-1 loss to South Korea
Longest Official Winning Streak (3) Mar 17th-21st, 2017

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak (3) Mar 17th-21st, 2017
Longest Official Losing Streak (18) Feb 2nd 2003-Mar 15th, 2009
Biggest Official Win 21-1 over Bahrain February 1st, 2011
Biggest Official Loss 40-0 to Kazakhstan February 2nd, 1999
Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia:
Gold:
2018
Silver:
2017

Bronze: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016

ROSTER
GK #1 Munkhbold Bayarsaikhan – Mongolia (MGL)
GK #2 Baatarkhuu Bazarvaani – Mongolia (MGL)
DEF #16 Batbaysgalan Bataar – Mongolia (MGL)

DEF #10 Bolbayar Bayajikh – Mongolia (MGL)
DEF #12 Enkhsukh Erdenetogtokh – Mongolia (MGL)
DEF #21 Tamir Ganbold – Mongolia (MGL)
DEF #4 Batgerel Zorigt – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #24 Tserenbaljir Baatarkhuu – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #8 Erdenesukh Bold – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #11 Batbilguun Chuluunbat – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #15 Mungunkhuyag Davaadorj – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #5 Munkhzaya Enkhtur – Mongolia (MGL)

FW #38 Chuluunzorig Erdenebileg – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #22 Enkhamgalan Erdenejav – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #17 Altangerel Ichinnorov – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #6 Gerelt Ider – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #14 Bayarsaikhan Jargalsikhan – Mongolia (MGL)

FW #18 Mishigsuren Namjil – Mongolia (MGL)
FW #19 Batzaya Purevdorj – Mongolia (MGL

FW #9 Shinebayar Tsogtoo – Mongolia (MGL
HC Arslan Mergen
Updated (03/30/18)