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The '''2011 IIHF World Women's Under-18 Championship''' will be held in [[Sweden]] at sites to be announced.
 
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| country = Sweden
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| dates = January 1 - 8
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The '''2011 IIHF World Women's Under-18 Championship''' will be held in in Stockholm, [[Sweden]] and games will be played from January 1 to 9, 2011. The arenas hosting the games include Husby Ishall and Stora Mossens. Canada is the defending champion in the tournament.
 
==Group A==
 
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*[[Japan]]
 
*[[Japan]]
 
*[[Czech Republic]]
 
*[[Czech Republic]]
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==News and notes==
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On Thursday, December 30, the Canadian team will face a team of Swedish bantam boys at the Husby Ishall Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. <ref > http://www.hockeycanada.ca/index.php/ci_id/155300/la_id/1.htm </ref>
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==Standings==
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===Group A===
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| '''Team''' || '''Wins'''|| '''Losses'''|| '''Ties'''
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| {{CAN}} || || ||
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|}
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===Group B===
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| '''Team''' || '''Wins'''|| '''Losses'''|| '''Ties'''
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==Schedule==
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| '''Date''' || '''Teams'''|| '''Group'''|| '''Score'''
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| Jan. 1 || Switzerland vs. Canada || A ||
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| Jan. 1 || Czech vs. USA || B ||
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| Jan. 1 || Finland vs. Germany || A ||
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| Jan. 1 || Japan vs. Sweden || B ||
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| Jan. 2 || Switzerland vs. Germany || A ||
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| Jan. 2 || USA vs. Japan ||B ||
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| Jan. 2 || Canada vs. Finland || A ||
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| Jan. 2 || Czech vs. Sweden || B ||
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| Jan. 4 || Finland vs. Sweden || A ||
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| Jan. 4 || Japan vs. Czech || B ||
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| Jan. 4 || Germany vs. Canada || A ||
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| Jan. 4 || Sweden vs. USA || B ||
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| Jan. 5 || Relegation || N/A ||
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| Jan. 5 || Quarter final || N/A ||
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| Jan. 5 || Quarter final || N/A ||
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| Jan. 7 || Fifth place || N/A ||
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| Jan. 7 || Semifinal || N/A ||
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| Jan. 7 || Relegation || N/A ||
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| Jan. 7 || Semifinal || N/A ||
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| Jan. 8 || Relegation || N/A ||
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| Jan. 8 ||Bronze Medal || N/A ||
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| Jan. 8 || Gold Medal || N/A ||
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==References==
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{{reflist}}
 
[[Category:2011 in hockey]]
 
[[Category:2011 in hockey]]
 
[[Category:Women's U18 World Ice Hockey Championships]]
 
[[Category:Women's U18 World Ice Hockey Championships]]

Revision as of 21:07, 30 December 2010

2011 IIHF World Women's U18 Championship
Tournament details
Host nation Flag of Sweden Sweden
Dates January 1 - 8
Teams 8
Venue(s) (in 1 host city)

The 2011 IIHF World Women's Under-18 Championship will be held in in Stockholm, Sweden and games will be played from January 1 to 9, 2011. The arenas hosting the games include Husby Ishall and Stora Mossens. Canada is the defending champion in the tournament.

Group A


Group B

News and notes

On Thursday, December 30, the Canadian team will face a team of Swedish bantam boys at the Husby Ishall Arena in Stockholm, Sweden. [1]

Standings

Group A

Team Wins Losses Ties
Flag of Canada Canada
Flag of Germany Germany
Flag of Finland Finland
Flag of Switzerland Switzerland

Group B

Team Wins Losses Ties
Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic
Flag of Japan Japan
Flag of Russia Russia
Flag of Sweden Sweden
Flag of the United States United States

Schedule

Date Teams Group Score
Jan. 1 Switzerland vs. Canada A
Jan. 1 Czech vs. USA B
Jan. 1 Finland vs. Germany A
Jan. 1 Japan vs. Sweden B
Jan. 2 Switzerland vs. Germany A
Jan. 2 USA vs. Japan B
Jan. 2 Canada vs. Finland A
Jan. 2 Czech vs. Sweden B
Jan. 4 Finland vs. Sweden A
Jan. 4 Japan vs. Czech B
Jan. 4 Germany vs. Canada A
Jan. 4 Sweden vs. USA B
Jan. 5 Relegation N/A
Jan. 5 Quarter final N/A
Jan. 5 Quarter final N/A
Jan. 7 Fifth place N/A
Jan. 7 Semifinal N/A
Jan. 7 Relegation N/A
Jan. 7 Semifinal N/A
Jan. 8 Relegation N/A
Jan. 8 Bronze Medal N/A
Jan. 8 Gold Medal N/A

References

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