Norway Ice Hockey

Ice Hockey in Norway

Ice Hockey in Norway is governed by Norges Ishockeyforbund. Norway has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1935. Norway Men’s national team made their International debut in 1937, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts in 1988 & 1977. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member January 20th, 1935
Homepage Norges Ishockeyforbund
Facebook Norges Ishockeyforbund
Nickname The Polar Bears
Games Played 1234
Wins 408 Losses 733 Ties 103
Longest Winning Streak (14) Mar 5th, 1973 – Nov 22, 1973

Longest Unbeaten Streak (14) Mar 5th, 1973 – Nov 22, 1973
Longest Losing Streak (14) Mar 16, 1951 – Mar 1st, 1953
Home Games 380 Away Games 854
Goals For 3730 Goals Against 4942
Most Games Jonas Holos (294) Most Points Patrick Thoresen (200)
First Game Played January 1st,1934 – 11-1 loss to Canada
Biggest Win 25-1 over China April 22nd, 2005
Biggest Loss 20-1 to Finland March 12th,1947
Norway vs Others
Games Played
86
Wins
19 Losses 58 Ties 7
Home Games
33 Away Games 53
Goals For
215 Goals Against 424
Click here for Norway Men All Time Results

ROSTER
GK Lars Haugen – EAC Klangenfurt (AUT)
GK Henrik Holm – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)
GK Jens Kristian Lillegrend – Sparta Sarpsborg (NOR)
DEF Alexander Bonsaksen – KooKoo (FIN)
DEF Christian Bull – Storhamar Hockey (NOR)
DEF Adrian Saxrud Danielsen – Lillehammer IK (NOR)
DEF Stefan Espeland – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)
DEF Jonas Holøs – HC Fribourg-Gottéron (SUI)
DEF Johannes Johannesen – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)
DEF Erlend Lesund – Mora IK (SWE)
DEF Mattias Nørstebø – Frolunda Indians (SWE)
DEF Villiam Strøm – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)
FW Kristian Forsberg – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)
FW Michael Haga – Mora IK (SWE)
FW Jørgen Karterud – Karlskrona HK (SWE)
FW Tommy Kristiansen – Sparta Sarpsborg (NOR)

FW Tobias Lindström – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)
FW Mats Rosseli Olsen – Frolunda Indians (SWE)
FW Thomas Olsen – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)
FW Thomas Valkvæ Olsen – Leksand IF (SWE)
FW Alexander Reichenberg – Lillehammer IK (NOR)
FW Niklas Roest – Sparta Sarpsborg (NOR)
FW Martin Rønnild – Storhamar Hockey (NOR)
FW Martin Røymark – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)

FW Andreas Stene – Vålerenga Ishockey (NOR)
FW Patrick Thoresen – Storhamar Hockey (NOR)
FW Steffen Thoresen – Storhamar Hockey (NOR)

HC Petter Thoresen
Updated (12/11/18)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member January 20th, 1935
Homepage Norges Ishockeyforbund
Facebook Norges Ishockeyforbund
Nickname The Polar Bears
Games Played 270
Wins 120 Losses 138 Ties 12
Longest Winning Streak (7) Mar 17th, 2005-Jan 1st, 2007
Longest Unbeaten Streak (9) Mar 17th, 2005-Jan 20th, 2007
Longest Losing Streak (7) Apr 3rd 1997-Jan 18th, 1998
Home Games 27 Away Games 243
Goals For 743 Goals Against 881
Most Games Bialk Line Oien (93) Most Points Bialk Line Oien (121)
First Game Played December 27th,1988 – 2-0 loss to Denmark
Biggest Win 14-0 over Netherlands April 6th,1989
Biggest Loss 17-0 to United States March 21st,1990
European Championships:
Bronze:
 1993

Norway vs Others
Games Played 14
Wins 6 Losses 8 Ties 0
Home Games 2 Away Games 12
Goals For 36 Goals Against 58
Click here for Norway Women All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #20 Linnea Olsson Holterud – Hammarby IF (SWE)
GK #1 Ena Nystrøm – Ontario Hockey Academy (CAN)
DEF #3 Linn Aakre – Vålerenga Oslo (NOR)
DEF #23 Emma Bergesen Aarthun – Ontario Hockey Academy (CAN)
DEF #19 Thea Reiermark Jørgensen – Linköping HC (SWE)
DEF #4 Maren Pommeresche Knudsen – Stavanger IK (NOR)

DEF 12 Ingrid Morset – Linköping HC (SWE)
DEF #5 Kamilla Skogvold Olsen – Narvik (NOR)
DEF #2 Lene Tendenes – Linköping HC (SWE)
FW #11 Line Bialik – AIK Stockholm (SWE)

FW #10 Ingrid Holstad Berge – Ontario Hockey Academy (CAN)
FW 22 Andrea Schjelderup Dalen – Djurgården IF (SWE)
FW #18 Josefine Biseth Engmann – Lillehammer IK (NOR)
FW #9 Sofie Fjellvang – Hasle/Løren IL (NOR)
FW #14 Andrine Furulund – Brynäs (SWE)
FW #21 Madelén Haug Hansen – Linkoping HC (SWE)
FW #15 Emilie Kruse Johansen- Linköping HC (SWE)
FW #17Stine Myreng Kjellesvik – Stavanger IK (NOR)

FW #7 Karoline Pedersen – Djurgården IF (SWE)
FW #6 Une Bjelland Strandborg – Ontario Hockey Academy (CAN)

HC Thomas Pettersen
Updated (12/05/18)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member January 20th, 1935
Homepage Norges Ishockeyforbund
Facebook Norges Ishockeyforbund
Games Played 366
Wins 150 Losses 195 Ties 21
Longest Winning Streak (7) 1991-1992
Longest Unbeaten Streak (10) 1981-1982
Longest Losing Streak (10) 2005-2006
Home Games 53 Away Games 313
Goals For 1255 Goals Against 1442
Most Games Trond Magnussen & 4 Others (21) Most Points Trond Magnussen (43)
First Game Played November 15th,1977 – 7-3 loss to Sweden
Biggest Win 18-2 over Croatia December 15th, 2009
Biggest Loss 19-1 to United States January 1st,1991
Norway vs Others
Games Played 31
Wins 11 Losses 20 Ties 0
Home Games 2 Away Games 29
Goals For 101 Goals Against 134
Click here for Norway U20 All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #1 Jørgen Hanneborg – Lillehammer IK (NOR)
GK #20 Jonas Wikstøl – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)
DEF #2 Petter Birkheim Andersen – Manglerud Star (NOR)

DEF #4 Håkon Engh – Storhamar Dragons (NOR)
DEF #7 Lars Erik Francke-Enersen – Valerenga Ishockey (NOR)
DEF #9 Emil Lilleberg – Sparta Sarpsborg (NOR)
DEF #6 Jonas Meisingset – Sparta Sarpsborg (NOR)

DEF #17 Kristoffer Thomassen – Frisk Asker Ishockey (NOR)
DEF #5 Sondre Bolling Vaaler – Leksand IF (SWE)
FW #19 Simen Andrè Edvardsen – Storhamar Dragons (NOR)
FW #12 Joachim Hermansen – Manglerud Star (NOR)
FW #15 Markus Hermanstad – AIK Stockhom (NOR)

FW #14 Sander Hurrod – Frisk Asker Ishockey (NOR)
FW #3 Filip Lalande – Valerenga Ishockey (NOR)
FW #24 Kristian Røykås Marthinsen – Saskatoon Blades (CAN)
FW #8 Robin Mathisen – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)

FW #18 Thomas Berg Paulsen  – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)
FW #21 Mathias Emilio Pettersen – Denver University (USA)
FW  #23 Lars Christian Rødne – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)

FW #10 Samuel Solem – Brynäs Jrs. (SWE)
FW #22 Sander Thoresen – Sparta Sarpsborg (NOR)
FW #11 Markus Vikingstad – Stavanger Oilers (NOR)

HC Anders Gjose 
Updated 12/07/18)