Switzerland Ice Hockey

Ice Hockey in Switzerland

Ice hockey in Switzerland is governed by the Swiss Ice Hockey Federation. Switzerland has been a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation since 1908 and was a founding member of the IIHF. Switzerland Men’s national team their International debut in 1909, while the Women and Junior teams made their debuts 1987 & 1977. This page shows the history of the Men’s, Women & Junior national teams.


Men’s National Team

IIHF Member November 23rd, 1908
Homepage Swiss Ice Hockey
Facebook Swiss Ice Hockey
Nickname Eisgenossen
Games Played 1401
Wins 610 Losses 678 Ties 113
Longest Winning Streak (12) Apr 19th-May 18th, 2013
Longest Unbeaten Streak (12) Apr 11th, 1996-Feb 6th, 1997
Longest Losing Streak (20) Jan 25th, 1909-Feb 23rd, 1913
Home Games 506 Away Games 895
Goals For 4587 Goals Against 5002
Most Games Mathias Seger (305) Most Points Jorg Eberle (142)
First Game Played January 23rd,1909 – 3-0 loss to England
Biggest Win 23-0 over Yugoslavia February 4th, 1939
Biggest Loss 33-0 to Canada January 30th, 1924
World Championships:
Silver:
 1935, 2013, 2018

Bronze: 1928, 1930, 1937, 1939, 1948, 1950, 1951, 1953
Olympics Games:
Bronze:
 1928, 1948

European Championships:
Bronze:
 1922, 1924, 1925, 1932

Switzerland vs Others
Games Played 81
Wins 18 Losses 57 Ties 6
Home Games 58 Away Games 23
Goals For 220 Goals Against 411
Click here for Switzerland Men All Time Results

ROSTER
GK Reto Berra – HC Fribourg-Gottéron (SUI)
GK Leonardo Genoni – SC Bern (SUI)
DEF Andres Ambühl – HC Davos (SUI)
DEF Chris Baltisberger – ZSC Lions (SUI)
DEF Andrea Glauser – SCL Tigers (SUI)
DEF Fabian Heldner – HC Davos (SUI)
DEF Roger Karrer – ZSC Lions (SUI)

DEF Samuel Kreis – EHC Biel-Bienne (SUI)
DEF Christian Marti – ZSC Lions (SUI)
DEF Claude-Curdin Paschoud – HC Davos (SUI)
FW Andres Ambühl – HC Davos (SUI)
FW Chris Baltisberger – ZSC Lions (SUI)
FW Christoph Bertschy – Lausanne HC (SUI)
FW Damien Brunner – EHC Biel- Bienne (SUI)

FW Gregory Hofmann – HC Lugano (SUI)
FW Denis Hollenstein – ZSC Lions (SUI)

FW Lino Martschini  – EV Zug (SUI)
FW Simon Moser – SC Bern (SUI)
FW Noah Rod – Genève-Servette HC
FW Thomas Rüfenacht 0 SC Bern (SUI)

FW Reto Schäppi – ZSC Lions (SUI)
FW Tristan Scherwey – SC Bern (SUI)
FW Reto Suri – EV Zug (SUI)
FW  Joël Vermin – HC Lausanne (SUI)

HC Patrick Fischer
Updated (12/06/18)

Women’s National Team

IIHF Member November 23rd, 1908
Homepage Swiss Ice Hockey
Facebook Swiss Ice Hockey
Nickname Eisgenossen
Games Played 472
Wins 243 Losses 201 Ties 28
Longest Winning Streak (10) Apr 6th-Nov 10th, 2017
Longest Unbeaten Streak (11) Mar 24th,1995-Mar 23rd, 1996
Longest Losing Streak (6) Mar 30th-Apr 8th, 2013
Home Games 134 Away Games 338
Goals For 1461  Goals Against 1445
Most Games Nicole Bullo (229) Most Points Lara Stadler (123)
First Game Played April 21st,1987 – 10-0 loss to Canada
Biggest Win 21-2 over France December 29th, 1989
Biggest Loss 17-0 to United States April 20th, 1992
World Championships:
Bronze:
 2012

Olympics Games:
Bronze:
2014
Women Nations Cup:
Bronze: 2017

European Championships:
Bronze:
 1995

Switzerland vs Others
Games Played 47
Wins 15 Losses 29 Ties 3
Home Games 19 Away Games 27
Goals For 130 Goals Against 236
Click here for Switzerland Women All Time Results

ROSTER
GK Janine Alder – St. Cloud State University (USA)
GK Vanessa Bolling – EHC Chur (SUI)
DEF Livia Altmann – Colgate University  (USA)
DEF Lara Christen – SC Langenthal  (SUI)
DEF Sarah Forster – Brynas IF (SWE)
DEF Janine Hauser – GCK Lions (SUI)
DEF Lisa Ruedi – GCK Lions (SUI)
DEF Shannon Sigrist – SC Weinfelden Ladies (SUI)
DEF Nicole Vallario – HC Ladies Lugano (SUI)
DEF Stefanie Wetli – EHC Winterthur (SUI)
FW Chelsea Bram – SC Reinach (SUI)
FW Rahel Enzler – SC Reinach (SUI)
FW Alina Muller – Northeastern University (USA)
FW Kaleigh Quennec – University of Montreal (USA)
FW Evelina Rasell – SC Reinach (SUI)
FW Dominique Ruegg – ZSC Lions (SUI)
FW Noemi Ryhner – SC Reinach (SUI)
FW Ophelie Ryser – HC Ladies Lugano (SUI)
FW Jessica Schlegel – GCK Lions (SUI)
FW Phobe Stanz – HC Ladies Lugano (SUI)
FW Lara Stalder – Linköping HC (SWE)
FW Isabel Waidacher – Djurgårdens IF (SWE)
FW Sabrina Zollinger – HV 71 (SWE)

HC Daniela Diaz
Updated (12/06/18)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member November 23rd, 1908
Homepage Swiss Ice Hockey
Facebook Swiss Ice Hockey
Games Played 596
Wins 265 Losses 290 Ties 41
Longest Winning Streak (9) 1985
Longest Unbeaten Streak (11) 1992-1993
Longest Losing Streak (8) 2007-2008
Home Games 101 Away Games 495
Goals For 2034 Goals Against 2219
Most Games Bjorn Christen (26) Most Points Peter Jaks (27)
First Game Played December 22nd,1977 – 18-1 loss to Soviet Union
Biggest Win 20-7 over Austria March 24th, 1985
Biggest Loss 19-1 to Finland December 27th, 1979
World Junior Championships:
Bronze:
 1998

Switzerland vs Others
Games Played 33
Wins 14 Losses 19 Ties 0
Home Games 0 Away Games 33
Goals For 106 Goals Against 108
Click here for  Switzerland U20 All Time Results

ROSTER
GK #30 Jan Luca Hollenstein – EV Zug (SUI)
GK #29 Akira Schmid –  Omaha Lancers (USA)
GK #1 Gianluca Zaetta – EV Zug (SUI)
DEF #26 David Aebischer – Gatineau Olympiques (CAN)

DEF #19 Davyd Barandun – HC Davos (SUI)
DEF #21 Tim Berni – GCK Lions (SUI)
DEF #7 Gianluca Burgar – GCK Lions (SUI)
DEF #24 Tobias Geisser – Hershey Bears (USA)
DEF #16 Nico Gross – Oshawa Generals (CAN)
DEF #4 Simon Le Coultre – Moncton Wildcats  (CAN)
DEF #8 Janis Moser – EHC Biel-Bienne (SUI)

FW #10 Yannick Brüschweile – GCK Lions (SUI)
FW #22 Nando Eggenberger – Oshawa Generals (CAN)
FW #12 Jeremi Gerber – SC Bern (SUI)
FW #23 Philipp Kurashev – Québec Remparts (CAN)
FW #6 Marco Lehmann – Kloten Flyers (SUI)

FW #11 Sven Leuenberger – EV Zug (SUI)
FW #9 Nicolas Muller – Modo Hockey (SWE)
FW #18 Valentin Nussbaumer – Shawinigan Cataractes (CAN)
FW #14 Sandro Schmid – Malmö Redhawks (SWE)

FW #13 Justin Sigrist – GCK Lions (SUI)
FW #20 Robin Tanner – EHC Biel-Bienne (SUI
FW #15 Matthew Verboon – Salmon Arm Silverbacks (CAN)
FW #17 Luca Wyss – SC Langenthal (SUI)

HC Christian Wohlwend
Updated (12/24/18)