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Lithuania
Association Lithuanian Ice Hockey Federation
GM Eglė Zemlickienė
Head coach Bernd Haake
Assistants Mauras Baltrukonis
Linas Paražinskas
Captain Ramune Maleckienė
IIHF code LTU
IIHF ranking 40 Steady (24 April 2020)[1]
First international
Lithuania Flag of Lithuania.png 4–1 Flag of Hong Kong.png Hong Kong
(Sofia, Bulgaria; 4 December 2019)
Biggest win
Lithuania Flag of Lithuania.png 4–1 Flag of Hong Kong.png Hong Kong
(Sofia, Bulgaria; 4 December 2019)
Biggest defeat
Lithuania Flag of Lithuania.png 2–4 Flag of Romania.svg Romania
(Sofia, Bulgaria; 8 December 2019)
South Africa Flag of South Africa.gif 4–2 Flag of Lithuania.png Lithuania
(Sofia, Bulgaria; 10 December 2019)
International record (W-L-T)

The Lithuania women's national ice hockey team is the women's national ice hockey team in Lithuania. As of April 2020, they are ranked 40th in the IIHF world rankings. The team is a new addition to Division III, joining for the 2020 Women's World Championship tournament. On December 4, 2019, they won their first game against Hong Kong, China, by a score of 4-2. They subsequently defeated Belgium by a score of 4-3.[2] In their final game of the tournament, they lost to South Africa 4-2.[3]

Forward Klara Miuller is the team's scoring leader, with 9 goals and one assist in the opening tournament.[4] Ramune Maleckiené is the team captain. Bernd Haake, from Germany, is the team's head coach. He is well known in Lituania for his contribution to the development of the sport in the country. [5][6]

Lithuania has been chosen to host the 2021 Women's World Championship, Division III.[7][8]

World Championships record

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