Sweden
Nickname(s) Småkronorna (The Small Crowns)
Association Swedish Ice Hockey Association
Top scorer William Nylander (16)
IIHF code SWE
Team colours          
International record (W-L-T)
Medal record
World U18 Championships
Gold 2019 Sweden
Silver 1999 Germany
Silver 2010 Belarus
Silver 2011 Germany
Silver 2012 Czech Republic
Silver 2016 USA
Bronze 2000 Switzerland
Bronze 2005 Czech Republic
Bronze 2007 Finland
Bronze 2018 Russia
Hlinka Gretzky Cup
Gold 2007
Silver 2011
Silver 2015
Silver 2018
Bronze 2004
Bronze 2008
Bronze 2009
Bronze 2010
Bronze 2012
Bronze 2017
Bronze 2019
World U-17 Hockey Challenge
Gold 2013 Canada
Gold 2016 Canada
Silver 1988 Canada
Silver 1997 Canada
Bronze 2010 Canada
Bronze 2014 Canada
Bronze 2015 Canada
Bronze 2018 Canada
IIHF European Junior Championships
Gold 1972 Sweden
Gold 1974 Switzerland
Gold 1977 West Germany
Gold 1982 Sweden
Gold 1985 France
Gold 1987 Finland
Gold 1990 Sweden
Gold 1993 Poland
Gold 1994 Finland
Gold 1998 Sweden
Silver 1969 West Germany
Silver 1971 Czechoslovakia
Silver 1973 Soviet Union
Silver 1976 Czechoslovakia
Silver 1986 Finland
Silver 1992 Norway
Bronze 1967 Soviet union
Bronze 1968 Finland
Bronze 1970 Switzerland
Bronze 1970 France
Bronze 1978 Finland
Bronze 1980 Czechoslovakia
Bronze 1981 Soviet Union
Bronze 1984 West Germany
Bronze 1995 Germany
Bronze 1996 Russia

The Sweden men's national under-18 ice hockey team or Småkronorna (Small Crowns in Swedish) is the men's national under-18 ice hockey team of Sweden. The team is controlled by the Swedish Ice Hockey Association, a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. The team represents Sweden at the IIHF World U18 Championships and the Hlinka Gretzky Cup. Sweden won its first gold medal in 2019.

International competitions[edit | edit source]

IIHF European U18/U19 Championships[edit | edit source]

  • 1967 (unofficial): Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1968: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1969: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1970: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1971: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1972: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1973: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1974: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1975: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1976: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1977: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1978: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1979: 4th place
  • 1980: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1981: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1982: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place

  • 1983: 4th place
  • 1984: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1985: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1986: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1987: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1988: 4th place
  • 1989: 4th place
  • 1990: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1991: 4th place
  • 1992: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1993: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1994: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place
  • 1995: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1996: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 1997: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 1998: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place

IIHF World U18 Championships[edit | edit source]

  • 1999: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 2000: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 2001: 7th place
  • 2002: 9th place
  • 2003: 5th place
  • 2004: 5th place
  • 2005: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 2006: 6th place
  • 2007: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 2008: 4th place

  • 2009: 5th place
  • 2010: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 2011: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 2012: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 2013: 5th place
  • 2014: 4th place
  • 2015: 8th place
  • 2016: Silver medal icon.svg 2nd place
  • 2017: 4th place
  • 2018: Bronze medal icon.svg 3rd place
  • 2019: Gold medal icon.svg 1st place

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