1989 WJHC logo pennant.jpg

The 1989 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships (1989 WJHC) was the 13th edition of the World Junior Ice Hockey Championships and was held in Anchorage, Alaska, United States. The Soviet Union won the gold medal, its eighth, and ultimately final, championship. Sweden won silver, and Czechoslovakia the bronze.

Final standings[edit | edit source]

The 1989 tournament was a round-robin format, with the top three teams winning gold, silver and bronze medals respectively.

Rank Team GP W L T GF GA PTS
Gold medal icon.svg Flag of the Soviet Union.png Soviet Union 7 6 1 0 51 14 12
Silver medal icon.svg Flag of Sweden.png Sweden 7 6 1 0 39 14 12
Bronze medal icon.svg Flag of Czechoslovakia.png Czechoslovakia 7 4 2 1 36 19 9
4 Flag of Canada Canada 7 4 2 1 31 23 9
5 Flag of the United States.png United States of America 7 3 3 1 41 25 7
6 Flag of Finland.png Finland 7 2 4 1 29 37 5
7 Flag of Norway.png Norway 7 1 6 0 14 56 2
8 Flag of Germany.png Federal Republic of Germany 7 0 7 0 13 66 0

West Germany was relegated to Pool B for 1990.

Results[edit | edit source]

December 26, 1988
Flag of Canada Canada 7 – 1 Flag of Norway Norway Fire Lake
December 26, 1988
Flag of Sweden Sweden 5 – 3 Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Anchorage
December 26, 1988
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 15 – 0 Flag of West Germany West Germany Anchorage
December 26, 1988
Flag of Finland Finland 5 – 5 Flag of the United States United States Anchorage
December 27, 1988
Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 7 – 1 Flag of Norway Norway Anchorage
December 27, 1988
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 4 – 2 Flag of the United States United States Anchorage
December 28, 1988
Flag of Canada Canada 7 – 4 Flag of West Germany West Germany Anchorage
December 28, 1988
Flag of Sweden Sweden 6 – 2 Flag of Finland Finland Anchorage
December 29, 1988
Flag of Canada Canada 5 – 1 Flag of the United States United States Anchorage
December 29, 1988
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 3 – 2 Flag of Sweden Sweden Anchorage
December 29, 1988
Flag of Finland Finland 9 – 3 Flag of Norway Norway Fire, Lake
December 29, 1988
Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 11 – 1 Flag of West Germany West Germany Fire Lake
December 30, 1988
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 10 – 0 Flag of Norway Norway Anchorage
December 30, 1988
Flag of the United States United States 5 – 1 Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Anchorage
December 31, 1988
Flag of Sweden Sweden 5 – 4 Flag of Canada Canada Anchorage
December 31, 1988
Flag of Finland Finland 5 – 3 Flag of West Germany West Germany Anchorage
January 1, 1989
Flag of Canada Canada 2 – 2 Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia Anchorage
January 1, 1989
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 9 – 3 Flag of Finland Finland Fire Lake
January 1, 1989
Flag of Sweden Sweden 9 – 1 Flag of Norway Norway Fire Lake
January 1, 1989
Flag of the United States United States 15 – 3 Flag of West Germany West Germany Anchorage
January 2, 1989
Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 5 – 3 Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union Anchorage
January 2, 1989
Flag of the United States United States 12 – 4 Flag of Norway Norway Anchorage
January 3, 1989
Flag of Canada Canada 4 – 3 Flag of Finland Finland Anchorage
January 3, 1989
Flag of Sweden Sweden 9 – 0 Flag of West Germany West Germany
January 4, 1989
Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 7 – 2 Flag of Canada Canada Anchorage
January 4, 1989
Flag of Norway Norway 4 – 2 Flag of West Germany West Germany Fire Lake
January 4, 1989
Flag of Czechoslovakia Czechoslovakia 7 – 2 Flag of Finland Finland Fire Lake
January 4, 1989
Flag of Sweden Sweden 3 – 1 Flag of the United States United States Anchorage


Leading scorers[edit | edit source]

  GP G A Pts PIM
Flag of the United States Jeremy Roenick 8 8 16
Flag of the United States Mike Modano 6 9 15
Flag of Soviet Union Pavel Bure 8 6 14
Flag of Soviet Union Alexander Mogilny 7 5 12
Flag of Czechoslovakia Josef Beránek 5 7 12

Tournament all-stars[edit | edit source]

References[edit | edit source]


Preceded by
1988 World Juniors
World Junior Ice Hockey Championships

See also: 1989 World Championships
Succeeded by
1990 World Juniors


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