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The Kazakhstan mens national junior ice hockey team represents Kazakhstan at IIHF world junior championships.
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{{ Infobox national hockey team
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| Name = Kazakhstan
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| Badge_size = 125px
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| Association = [[Kazakhstan Ice Hockey Federation]]
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| General Manager = {{flagicon|KAZ}} [[Alexander Koreshkov (ice hockey)|Alexander Koreshkov]]
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| Coach = {{flagicon|KAZ}} [[Sergei Starygin]]
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| Asst Coach =
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| Captain = [[Yuri Sergiyenko]]
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| Most games = [[Sergi Alexandrov]] (23)
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| Top scorer =
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| Most points = [[Roman Fadin]] (30)
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| Home Stadium =
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| IIHF code = KAZ
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| Team_Colors = {{Color box|#0066CC}} {{Color box|#FFFFFF}} {{color box|#FFCB05}}
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| Jerseys = [[File:IIHF-Uniform-KAZ.png|115px]]
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| First game = <small>{{ihj|KAZ}} 4–0 {{ihj-rt|BLR|1991}} <br> ([[Riga]], Latvia; 10 November 1992)</small>
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| Largest win = <small>{{ihj|KAZ}} 18–0 {{ihj-rt|FR Yugoslavia}} <br> ([[Tallinn]], Estonia; 2 January 1995)</small>
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| Largest loss = <small>{{ihj|CAN}} 15–0 {{ihj-rt|KAZ}} <br> ([[Ottawa]], Canada; 28 December 2008)</small>
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| World champ2 name = [[IIHF World U20 Championship]]
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| World champ2 apps = 20
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| World champ2 first = [[1993 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|1993]]
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| World champ2 best = 6th ([[1999 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|1999]])
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| Record = 58–52–8
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The '''Kazakh men's national under 20 ice hockey team''' is the national under-20 [[ice hockey]] team in [[Kazakhstan]]. The team represents Kazakhstan at the [[International Ice Hockey Federation]]'s [[IIHF World U20 Championship|World Junior Hockey Championship Division I]]. They have played in the championship level 6 times (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008 and 2009)
Kazakhstan was promoted out of Pool B into Pool A for 1998. In Helsinki, Finland, the Kazakhs defeated Slovakia 5-2 to earn a spot in the quarter-finals. However, a devastating 14-1 loss to eventual gold-medalists Finland sent Kazakhstan to the placement games, where they defeated Canada 6-3 to finish 7th. It still stands as Kazakhstan's biggest win at the U20 level.
 
   
 
Kazakhstan was promoted out of Pool B into Pool A for 1998. In [[Helsinki]], Finland, the Kazakhs defeated [[Slovakia men's national junior ice hockey team|Slovakia]] 5–2 to earn a spot in the quarter-finals. However, a devastating 14–1 loss to eventual gold-medalists [[Finland men's national junior ice hockey team|Finland]] sent Kazakhstan to the placement games, where they defeated [[Canada men's national junior ice hockey team|Canada]] 6–3 to finish 7th. It still stands as Kazakhstan's biggest win at the U20 level.
Nikolai Antropov became the first-ever Kazakh player drafted into the National Hockey League when selected the first-round by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1998. Antropov would captain the Kazakhstan team at the 1999 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Winnipeg, Manitoba. Kazakhstan tied Belarus 2-2 and defeated Switzerland 3-0 to finish third place in Group B and went on to play Canada in the quarter-finals. Canada won 12-2. Nikolai Zarzhitskiy scored both Kazakhstan goals and got player-of-the-game award. Kazakhstan finished 8th and avoided relegation.
 
   
 
[[Nikolai Antropov]] became the 7th Kazakh player drafted into the [[National Hockey League]] when selected in the first round by the [[Toronto Maple Leafs]] in 1998. Antropov would captain the Kazakhstan team at the [[1999 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships]] in [[Winnipeg]], Canada. Kazakhstan tied [[Belarus men's national junior ice hockey team|Belarus]] 2–2 and defeated [[Switzerland men's national junior ice hockey team|Switzerland]] 3–0 to finish third place in Group B and went on to play Canada in the quarter-finals. Canada won 12–2. Nikolai Zarzhitskiy scored both Kazakhstan goals and got player-of-the-game award. Kazakhstan finished 8th and avoided relegation.
Kazakhstan was without Nikolai Antropov when he decided to stay with the Maple Leafs for the 1999-00 NHL season. Kazakhstan was demolished 14-1 by Russia on December 25, 1999. Kazakhstan's only win was a 5-2 win over Ukraine to qualify for the quarter-finals. Kazakhstan lost to the Czech-Republic 6-3.
 
   
 
Kazakhstan was without Antropov when he decided to stay with the Maple Leafs for the [[1999–2000 NHL season]]. Kazakhstan was demolished 14–1 by [[Russia men's national junior ice hockey team|Russia]] on 25 December 1999. Kazakhstan's only win was a 5–2 win over [[Ukraine men's national junior ice hockey team|Ukraine]] to qualify for the quarter-finals. Kazakhstan lost to the [[Czech Republic men's national junior ice hockey team|Czech Republic]] 6–3.
Kazakhstan's four-year stay at the World Junior Hockey Championships ended in 2001 when the Kazakhs went win-less and lost their fight to avoid relegation to Belarus.
 
   
 
Kazakhstan's four-year stay at the World Junior Hockey Championships ended in 2001 when the Kazakhs went winless and lost their fight to avoid relegation to Belarus.
Kazakhstan spent six years in Division I and nearly came close to being promoted back to the top level. In 2007, Kazakhstan was finally promoted by edging Norway 3-2 in an IIHF U20 Division I tournament in Torre Pellice, Italy.
 
   
 
Kazakhstan spent six years in Division I and nearly came close to being promoted back to the top level. In 2007, Kazakhstan was finally promoted by edging [[Norway men's national junior ice hockey team|Norway]] 3–2 in an IIHF U20 Division I tournament in [[Torre Pellice]], Italy.
Kazakhstan played in the 2008 World Junior Hockey Championships in Liberic, Czech-Republic. The Kazakhs wore only their white nike swift jerseys during the tournament because blue jerseys were not available. Kazakhstan was up 2-0 against Russia, but lost 5-4. Kazakhstan went on to defeat Switzerland 3-1 and defeated Denmark 6-3 to finished 8th.
 
   
 
Kazakhstan played in the 2008 World Junior Hockey Championships in [[Liberec]], Czech Republic. The Kazakhs wore only their white nike swift jerseys during the tournament because blue jerseys were not available. Kazakhstan was up 2–0 against Russia, but lost 5–4. They also lost to the [[United States men's national junior ice hockey team|United States]] by a score of 4–2. Kazakhstan went on to defeat Switzerland 3–1 and defeated [[Denmark men's national junior ice hockey team|Denmark]] 6–3 to finish 8th.
Yakov Vorobyov became only the third Kazakh player to play in the Canadian Hockey League. Vorobyov played for the Ottawa 67's, but was released shortly after. Vadim Sozinov played for the Ottawa 67's in 2000-01 and Konstantin Pushkarov played for the Calgary Hitmen in 2004-05.
 
   
 
[[Yakov Vorobyov]] became only the third Kazakh player to play in the [[Canadian Hockey League]]. Vorobyov played for the [[Ottawa 67's]], but was released shortly after. [[Vadim Sozinov]] played for the Ottawa 67's in 2000–01 and [[Konstantin Pushkaryov]] played for the [[Calgary Hitmen]] in 2004–05.
Kazakhstan boosted plenty of returning players from 2008 upon coming to Ottawa, Ontario to compete in the 2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Kazakhstan scored only 4 goals during the entire tournament and was relegated back to Division I after a 7-1 loss to Latvia.
 
   
 
Kazakhstan boosted plenty of returning players from 2008 upon coming to [[Ottawa]], Canada, to compete in the [[2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships]]. Kazakhstan scored only 4 goals during the entire tournament and was relegated back to Division I after a 7–1 loss to [[Latvia men's national junior ice hockey team|Latvia]].
Oleg Bolyakin will remain as head coach for Kazakhstan as the Kazakhs will play in the 2010 World Junior Championships, Division 1 held in Gdansk, Poland from December 14–20, 2009. Kazakhstan will compete against Belarus, Italy, Norway, Croatia, and Poland.
 
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[[Oleg Bolyakin]] will remain as head coach for Kazakhstan as the Kazakhs will play in the [[2010 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2010 World Junior Championships, Division 1]], held in [[Gdańsk]], Poland, from 14–20 December 2009. Kazakhstan will compete against Belarus, [[Italy men's national junior ice hockey team|Italy]], Norway, [[Croatia men's national junior ice hockey team|Croatia]] and [[Poland men's national junior ice hockey team|Poland]].
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==Results==
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*[[1993 IIHF World U20 Championship|1993]]. Finish: 2nd in Pool C qualification group 2 (not ranked)
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*[[1994 IIHF World U20 Championship|1994]]. Finish: 3rd in Pool C qualification (25th overall)
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*[[1995 IIHF World U20 Championship|1995]]. Finish: 1st in Pool C2 (25th overall)
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*[[1996 IIHF World U20 Championship|1996]]. Finish: 1st in Pool C (19th overall)
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*[[1997 IIHF World U20 Championship|1997]]. Finish: 1st in Pool B (11th overall)
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*[[1998 IIHF World U20 Championship|1998]]. Finish: 7th
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*[[1999 IIHF World U20 Championship|1999]]. Finish: 6th
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*[[2000 IIHF World U20 Championship|2000]]. Finish: 8th
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*[[2001 IIHF World U20 Championship|2001]]. Finish: 10th
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*[[2002 IIHF World U20 Championship|2002]]. Finish: 5th in Division I (15th overall)
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*[[2003 IIHF World U20 Championship|2003]]. Finish: 3rd in Division I Group A (15th overall)
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*[[2004 IIHF World U20 Championship|2004]]. Finish: 5th in Division I Group A (19th overall)
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*[[2005 IIHF World U20 Championship|2005]]. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group A (13th overall)
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*[[2006 IIHF World U20 Championship|2006]]. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (13th overall)
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*[[2007 IIHF World U20 Championship|2007]]. Finish: 1st in Division I Group B (11th overall)
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*[[2008 IIHF World U20 Championship|2008]]. Finish: 8th
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*[[2009 IIHF World U20 Championship|2009]]. Finish: 10th
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*[[2010 IIHF World U20 Championship|2010]]. Finish: 4th in Division I Group B (17th overall)
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*[[2011 IIHF World U20 Championship|2011]]. Finish: 4th in Division I Group B (18th overall)
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*[[2012 IIHF World U20 Championship|2012]]. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (18th overall)
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*[[2013 IIHF World U20 Championship|2013]]. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (18th overall)
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*[[2014 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2014]]. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (18th overall)
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*[[2015 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2015]]. Finish: 1st in Division I Group B (17th overall)
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*[[2016 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships|2016]]. Finish: 3rd in Division I Group A (13th overall)
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Revision as of 23:30, 30 January 2016

Kazakhstan
Association Kazakhstan Ice Hockey Federation
GM Flag of Kazakhstan Alexander Koreshkov
Head coach Flag of Kazakhstan Sergei Starygin
Captain Yuri Sergiyenko
Most games Sergi Alexandrov (23)
Most points Roman Fadin (30)
IIHF code KAZ
Team colours               
115px
First international
Flag of Kazakhstan.png Kazakhstan 4–0 Belarus [[Image:{{{flag alias-1991}}}|22x20px|border |link=Belarus]]
(Riga, Latvia; 10 November 1992)
Biggest win
Flag of Kazakhstan.png Kazakhstan 18–0 Yugoslavia Flag of FR Yugoslavia.png
(Tallinn, Estonia; 2 January 1995)
Biggest defeat
Flag of Canada.png Canada 15–0 Kazakhstan Flag of Kazakhstan.png
(Ottawa, Canada; 28 December 2008)
International record (W-L-T)
58–52–8

The Kazakh men's national under 20 ice hockey team is the national under-20 ice hockey team in Kazakhstan. The team represents Kazakhstan at the International Ice Hockey Federation's World Junior Hockey Championship Division I. They have played in the championship level 6 times (1998, 1999, 2000, 2001, 2008 and 2009)

Kazakhstan was promoted out of Pool B into Pool A for 1998. In Helsinki, Finland, the Kazakhs defeated Slovakia 5–2 to earn a spot in the quarter-finals. However, a devastating 14–1 loss to eventual gold-medalists Finland sent Kazakhstan to the placement games, where they defeated Canada 6–3 to finish 7th. It still stands as Kazakhstan's biggest win at the U20 level.

Nikolai Antropov became the 7th Kazakh player drafted into the National Hockey League when selected in the first round by the Toronto Maple Leafs in 1998. Antropov would captain the Kazakhstan team at the 1999 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships in Winnipeg, Canada. Kazakhstan tied Belarus 2–2 and defeated Switzerland 3–0 to finish third place in Group B and went on to play Canada in the quarter-finals. Canada won 12–2. Nikolai Zarzhitskiy scored both Kazakhstan goals and got player-of-the-game award. Kazakhstan finished 8th and avoided relegation.

Kazakhstan was without Antropov when he decided to stay with the Maple Leafs for the 1999–2000 NHL season. Kazakhstan was demolished 14–1 by Russia on 25 December 1999. Kazakhstan's only win was a 5–2 win over Ukraine to qualify for the quarter-finals. Kazakhstan lost to the Czech Republic 6–3.

Kazakhstan's four-year stay at the World Junior Hockey Championships ended in 2001 when the Kazakhs went winless and lost their fight to avoid relegation to Belarus.

Kazakhstan spent six years in Division I and nearly came close to being promoted back to the top level. In 2007, Kazakhstan was finally promoted by edging Norway 3–2 in an IIHF U20 Division I tournament in Torre Pellice, Italy.

Kazakhstan played in the 2008 World Junior Hockey Championships in Liberec, Czech Republic. The Kazakhs wore only their white nike swift jerseys during the tournament because blue jerseys were not available. Kazakhstan was up 2–0 against Russia, but lost 5–4. They also lost to the United States by a score of 4–2. Kazakhstan went on to defeat Switzerland 3–1 and defeated Denmark 6–3 to finish 8th.

Yakov Vorobyov became only the third Kazakh player to play in the Canadian Hockey League. Vorobyov played for the Ottawa 67's, but was released shortly after. Vadim Sozinov played for the Ottawa 67's in 2000–01 and Konstantin Pushkaryov played for the Calgary Hitmen in 2004–05.

Kazakhstan boosted plenty of returning players from 2008 upon coming to Ottawa, Canada, to compete in the 2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships. Kazakhstan scored only 4 goals during the entire tournament and was relegated back to Division I after a 7–1 loss to Latvia.

Oleg Bolyakin will remain as head coach for Kazakhstan as the Kazakhs will play in the 2010 World Junior Championships, Division 1, held in Gdańsk, Poland, from 14–20 December 2009. Kazakhstan will compete against Belarus, Italy, Norway, Croatia and Poland.

Results

  • 1993. Finish: 2nd in Pool C qualification group 2 (not ranked)
  • 1994. Finish: 3rd in Pool C qualification (25th overall)
  • 1995. Finish: 1st in Pool C2 (25th overall)
  • 1996. Finish: 1st in Pool C (19th overall)
  • 1997. Finish: 1st in Pool B (11th overall)
  • 1998. Finish: 7th
  • 1999. Finish: 6th
  • 2000. Finish: 8th
  • 2001. Finish: 10th
  • 2002. Finish: 5th in Division I (15th overall)
  • 2003. Finish: 3rd in Division I Group A (15th overall)
  • 2004. Finish: 5th in Division I Group A (19th overall)

  • 2005. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group A (13th overall)
  • 2006. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (13th overall)
  • 2007. Finish: 1st in Division I Group B (11th overall)
  • 2008. Finish: 8th
  • 2009. Finish: 10th
  • 2010. Finish: 4th in Division I Group B (17th overall)
  • 2011. Finish: 4th in Division I Group B (18th overall)
  • 2012. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (18th overall)
  • 2013. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (18th overall)
  • 2014. Finish: 2nd in Division I Group B (18th overall)
  • 2015. Finish: 1st in Division I Group B (17th overall)
  • 2016. Finish: 3rd in Division I Group A (13th overall)

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