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Ice Hockey in North Korea

Ice Hockey in North Korea is governed by the Ice Hockey Association of the DPR Korea. North Korea has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1963. North Korea Men’s national team made their International debut in 1974, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 1999 & 1988. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member:
August 8th, 1963

History:
North Korea Men Official Results

North Korea Men Unofficial Results

North Korea Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:

First Official Game Played
March 8th,1974, 11-2 loss to Italy
First Unofficial Game Played
January 31, 1981, 15-1 loss to Torpedo Togliatti (URS)
Longest Official Winning Streak
(7) Apr 3rd, 2015-Apr 9th, 2016
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(8) Mar 9th, 2016-Mar 6th, 2019

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(7) Apr 3rd, 2015-Apr 9th, 2016
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(8) Mar 9th, 2016-Mar 6th, 2019
Longest Official Losing Streak
(9) Mar 19th, 1983-Mar 18th, 1985
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(10) Feb 7th,1989-Jan 21st, 1992

Biggest Official Win
22-1 over Georgia April 6th, 2014
Biggest Unofficial Win
16-1 over PIHL International (OTH) Mar 8th, 2018

Biggest Official Loss
24-1 to France March 15th, 1983
Biggest Unofficial Loss
19-0 to Torpedo Togliatti (URS) December 5th, 1984

Medals:
Asia Winter Game/ Asian Cup:

Silver: 1993
Bronze: 1992

ROSTER
GK #1 Su Kwang Jo – Taesongsan (PRK)
GK #20 II Pak  – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)

DEF #11 Hyok Chol An – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF #14 Rak Song Jong – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)

DEF #3 Hyok Chung Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF #7 Yong Won Om – Kimchaek – (PRK)
DEF #10 Song Kwang Ri – Susan (PRK)
DEF #4 Song Kwang Ryu – Pyongchol (PRK)
DEF #13 Ryong Song Son – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)

FW #18 Rim Chun Hong – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW #21 Hyok In Kang – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)
FW #15 Gum Man Kang – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)
FW #22 Ju Hyok Kim – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)
FW #17 II Kyong Kim – Joche (PRK)

FW #16 Chol Kuk Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW #23 Ho Kwang Kim – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)
FW #2 Gwang Kum Pak – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW #19 Myong Chol Ri – Susan (PRK)
FW #12 Gwang Se Ri – Taesongsan (PRK)

FW #24 Hyok Jin Won – Pyongyang Choldo (PRK)
HC Song Chung Song
Updated (04/21/19)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member:
August 8th, 1963

History:
North Korea Women Official Results

North Korea Women Unofficial Results

North Korea Women Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
March19th,1999,  4-3 loss to Kazakhstan
First Unofficial Game
Played April 11th, 2010, 6-3 win over China ll
Longest Official Winning Streak
(5) Mar 25th-31st, 2012
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(2) Apr 11th-14th, 2010

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(5) Mar 25th-31st, 2012
Longest Unofficial Unbeaten Streak
(2) Apr 11th-14th, 2010

Longest Official Losing Streak
(11) Apr 7th, 2014-Apr 3rd, 2016
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(None)

Biggest Official Win
11-1 over Croatia March 28th, 2012
Biggest Unofficial Win
6-3 over China II April 11th, 2010

Biggest Official Loss
9-0 to Slovakia April 9th, 2015
Biggest Unofficial Loss
(None)

Medals:
Challenge Cup of Asia:

Bronze: 2010
Silver: 2014

ROSTER
GK #25 Pom Ri – Sajabong (PRK)
GK #20 Sim Jong So – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF #17 Hui Jong Choe – Kimchaek (PRK)

DEF #23 Sim lI Ham – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF #24 Gum Chung Hwang  – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF #16 Sim Chung Hwang – Kanggye (PRK)

DEF #15 Mi Ryon Kim – Kanggye (PRK)
DEF #2 Song Hye Rim – Taesongsan (PRK)

DEF #12 Jong Su Ryu – Kimchaek (PRK)
FW #21 Gyong Sol Hwang – Jangjasan (PRK)
FW #5 Hyang Jang – Susan (PRK)
FW #7 Hyon Su Jong – Taesongsan (PRK)

FW #11 Mi Hyang Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW #22 Rim Kyong Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)

FW #4 Hyang Un Kim – Kanggye (PRK)
FW #18 Jong Un KIm – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW Yong So Pak – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW #14 Hui Song Ryo – Taesongsan (PRK)

FW #10 Mi Sol Ryu – Susan (PRK)
HC Ho Chol Pak
Updated (04/01/19)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member:
August 8th, 1963

History:
North Korea U20 Official Results

North Korea U20 Unofficial Results

North Korea U20 Scoring Leaders
Other Facts:
First Official Game Played
March 18th,1988 – 5-3 loss to Denmark
First Unofficial Game Played
October 19th, 1986, 18-1 loss to Motor Barnaul (URS)
Longest Official Winning Streak
(7) 1990-1991
Longest Unofficial Winning Streak
(0)

Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(7) 1990-1991
Longest Official Unbeaten Streak
(0)

Longest Official Losing Streak
(9) 1991-1992
Longest Unofficial Losing Streak
(1) Oct 19th, 1986

Biggest Official Win
20-0 over Greece December 31st,1990
Biggest Unofficial Win
None

Biggest Official Loss
16-1 to Ukraine December 30th,1992
Biggest Unofficial Loss
18-1 to Motor Barnaul (URS) October 19th, 1986

ROSTER
GK Il Pak – Pyongchol (PRK)
GK Chol Kuk Pak – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF Hyok Chol Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF Min Kwang Kim – Susan (PRK)
DEF Jin Myong Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)
DEF Hyok Nam Kim – Pyongchol (PRK)
DEF Hyok Chung Ri – Pyongchol (PRK)
DEF Wang Ri – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW Hyok Chol An – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW Rim Chun Hong – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW Hyok In Kang – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Man Gum Kang – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Ju Hyok Kim – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Chol Kuk Kim – Taesongsan (PRK)
FW Il Nam Kim – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Bom Chol Paek – Susan (PRK)
FW Jin Chol Ri – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Hyok Un Ri – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Hyon Kang Sok – Pyongchol (PRK)
FW Hyok Jin Won – Pyongchol (PRK)
HC Chol Ki Hong
(2011 Sqaud)