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Pan American Ice Hockey Tournament
2017 Pan American Ice Hockey Tournament
Sport Ice hockey
Founded [[2014]]
No. of teams 9 – Men's
5 – Women's
Most recent champion(s) Flag of Mexico Mexico (1st title) – Men's
Flag of Mexico Mexico (3rd title) – Women's
Most championship(s) Flag of Colombia Colombia (2 titles) – Men's
Flag of Mexico Mexico (3 titles) – Women's

The Pan American Ice Hockey Tournament (Spanish: Torneo Panamericano de Hockey sobre Hielo) was a series of the international ice hockey tournament in the continents of North and South America. The full members of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) are Canada, Mexico and the United States, which participate in the IIHF World Championship. The associate members are Argentina and Brazil, which participate in the IIHF Inline Hockey World Championship. Jamaica is also an IIHF member, but it have not been quoted as potential participants. Several countries have not registered any ice hockey activities are Chile, Ecuador and Venezuela, have only played inline hockey.

The first edition took place in Mexico City from 2 to 9 March 2014.[1] The Canada Selects won the men's tournament after defeating Mexico in the final and Colombia finished in third place. Canada "A" squad (the Sudbury Lady Wolves) won the women's tournament, with Mexico finishing second and Canada "B" squad made up of players from several teams in Ontario finishing third.

The second edition also took place in Mexico City from 3 to 7 June 2015, with Brazil, Colombia, two Argentine teams and two Mexican teams on the men's tournament and Argentina, Colombia, two Mexican teams and a team featuring Brazilian and Mexican players on the women's tournament. This time, Canada not invited. Chile, Ecuador, Morocco, the United States and Venezuela were said to be invited, but it didn't attend to call.[2]

The third edition took place in Mexico City from 6 to 12 June 2016. Colombia won the men's tournament after defeating Mexico. Mexico finishing second for the third time in three tournaments. Mexico "A" won the women's tournament after defeating Argentina.

The fourth edition took place in Mexico City from 5 to 11 June 2017, with two Argentine teams, two Brazilian teams, two Colombian teams, two Mexican teams and for the first time, featuring Chile on the men's tournament. On the women's tournament, with Argentina, Colombia, two Mexican teams and for the first time, a new women's team featuring Brazil.[3]

ResultsEdit

Men'sEdit

Year Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze Host city Host country
2014 Flag of Canada Canada Selects (1) Flag of Mexico Mexico (1) Flag of Colombia Colombia (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico
2015 Flag of Colombia Colombia (1) Flag of Mexico Mexico (2) Flag of Brazil Brazil (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico
2016 Flag of Colombia Colombia (2) Flag of Mexico Mexico "A" (3) Flag of Mexico Mexico "B" (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico
2017 Flag of Mexico Mexico "A" (1) Flag of Colombia Colombia (1) Flag of Argentina Argentina "A" (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico

Women'sEdit

Year Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze Host city Host country
2014 Flag of Canada Canada "A" (1) Flag of Mexico Mexico (1) Flag of Canada Canada "B" (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico
2015 Flag of Mexico Mexico (1) Flag of Colombia Colombia (1) Flag of Mexico.gif Mexico U18 (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico
2016 Flag of Mexico Mexico "A" (2) Flag of Argentina Argentina (1) Flag of Mexico Mexico "B" (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico
2017 Flag of Mexico Mexico "A" (3) Flag of Colombia Colombia (2) Flag of Argentina Argentina (1) Mexico City Flag of Mexico Mexico

Medal tableEdit

Men'sEdit

Rank Country Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze Total
1 Flag of Colombia Colombia 2 1 1 4
2 Flag of Mexico Mexico 1 3 1 5
3 Flag of Canada Canada 1 0 0 1
4 Flag of Argentina Argentina 0 0 1 1
Flag of Brazil Brazil 0 0 1 1
Total 4 4 4 12

Women'sEdit

Rank Country Gold medal icon Gold Silver medal icon Silver Bronze medal icon Bronze Total
1 Flag of Mexico Mexico 3 1 2 6
2 Flag of Canada Canada 1 0 1 2
3 Flag of Colombia Colombia 0 2 0 2
4 Flag of Argentina Argentina 0 1 1 2
Total 4 4 4 12

ReferencesEdit

  1. IIHF Makes Pan-American Ice Hockey Games An Official Event. The Hockey House. Retrieved on 2013-12-14.
  2. Ellis, Steven (24 May 2015). Pan-American Ice Hockey Teams Announced, Canada Not Involved. The Hockey House. Retrieved on 2015-06-10.
  3. Pan American Ice Hockey Tournament at National Teams of Ice Hockey Template:Webarchive
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