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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    Before having a little break, I want to publish the 1985 tournament this week. My very special thank to David Martinez, Franco & archiver for answering my questions to get game summaries in best possible quality. Great teamwork!

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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    50rd IIHF World Championship – Czechoslovakia


    17 April – 3 May 1985 in Prague


    Rosters

    Czechoslovakia (Coach: Ludek Bukac)

    1 Jiri Kralik, 30 Jaromir Sindel – 4 Miloslav Horava, 6 Frantisek Musil, 7 Eduard Uvira, 8 Arnold Kadlec, 9 Jaroslav Benak, 15 Radoslav Svoboda, 16 Antonin Stavjana – 10 Petr Rosol, 11 Igor Liba, 12 Pavel Richter, 17 Vladimir Ruzicka, 18 Darius Rusnak, 20 Jiri Lala, 21 Dusan Pasek, 23 Vladimir Kames, 24 Jiri Hrdina, 26 Oldrich Valek, 27 Michal Pivonka, 28 Jiri Sejba, 29 Vincent Lukac

    Canada (Coach: Doug Carpenter)

    1 Richard Wamsley, 31 Stephen Weeks – 2 Douglas Halward, 3 John Douglas Lidster, 4 Grant Ledyard, 5 James Macoun, 6 Stephen Konroyd, 7 Larry Murphy, 8 Scott Stevens – 9 Anthony Tanti, 10 John Anderson, 11 Donald Maloney, 12 Stanley Smyl, 16 Kevin Dineen, 18 David Taylor, 19 Stephen Yzerman, 20 Ronald Francis, 22 Richard Vaive, 26 Bernard Nicholls, 27 Kirk Muller, 28 Brian MacLellan, 66 Mario Lemieux

    Soviet Union (Coach: Viktor Tikhonov)

    1 Vladimir Myshkin, 20 Sergei Mylnikov – 2 Vyacheslav Fetisov, 5 Vasily Pervukhin, 7 Alexei Kasatonov, 8 Alexei Gusarov, 12 Sergei Starikov, 14 Zinetula Bilyaletdinov – 6 Mikhail Vasiliev, 9 Vladimir Krutov, 11 Igor Larionov, 13 Nikolai Drozdetsky, 15 Andrei Khomutov, 16 Sergei Svetlov, 18 Irek Gimaev, 19 Mikhail Varnakov, 22 Vladimir Kovin, 24 Sergei Makarov, 25 Sergei Yashin, 26 Alexandr Skvortsov, 27 Vyacheslav Bykov, 28 Viktor Tyumenev

    USA (Coach: Dave Peterson)

    1 John Vanbiesbrouck, 29 Christopher Terreri – 2 Maurice Mantha, 3 Mark Fusco, 4 James Johnson, 6 Gary Haight, 7 Gary Suter, 9 Thomas Fergus, 13 Robert Brooke, 28 Michael O’Connell – 8 Corey Millen, 10 Clark Donatelli, 11 Anthony Granato, 12 Mark Johnson, 15 Robert Miller, 16 Paul Fenton, 17 Daniel Dorion, 18 Timothy Thomas, 21 Kelly Miller, 22 Joel Otto, 23 Aaron Broten, 24 Neil Sheehy

    Finland (Coach: Alpo Suhonen)

    1 Kari Takko, 19 Jukka Tammi – 2 Jouko Narvanmaa, 3 Markus Lehto, 4 Timo Blomqvist, 5 Reijo Ruotsalainen, 6 Arto Ruotanen, 7 Kari Suoraniemi, 8 Ville Siren, 23 Juha Huikari – 13 Risto Jalo, 14 Petri Skriko, 15 Hannu Järvenpää, 17 Pekka Järvelä, 20 Christian Ruuttu, 21 Harri Tuohimaa, 22 Kari Makkonen, 24 Anssi Melametsä, 26 Mikko Mäkelä, 27 Pekka Arbelius, 28 Raimo Helminen, 29 Esa Tikkanen

    Sweden (Coach: Leif Boork)

    1 Rolf Ridderwall, 30 Peter Lindmark – 2 Anders Eldebrink, 3 Thomas Albelin, 5 Michael Thelven, 6 Mats Kihlström, 7 Bo Ericson, 9 Mats Waltin, 20 Ulf Samuelsson – 10 Kent Johansson, 11 Jens Öhling, 14 Per-Erik Eklund, 15 Peter Gradin, 16 Lars Molin, 17 Michael Hjälm, 18 Matti Pauna, 19 Lars-Gunnar Pettersson, 21 Dan Labraaten, 22 Hakan Södergren, 23 Hans Särkijärvi, 24 Kent Nilsson, 28 Tomas Sandström

    West Germany (Coach: Xaver Unsinn)

    27 Karl Friesen, 30 Helmut de Raaf – 2 Rainer Blum, 3 Andreas Niederberger, 4 Udo Kießling, 5 Manfred Schuster, 8 Peter Scharf, 21 Harold Kreis, 25 Ulrich Hiemer – 9 Ernst Höfner, 10 Franz Reindl, 11 Manfred Wolf, 13 Horst Heckelsmüller, 14 Erich Kühnhackl, 15 Marcus Kuhl, 16 Georg Franz, 19 Markus Berwanger, 22 Roy Roedger, 23 Dieter Hegen, 26 Manfred Ahne, 28 Michael Betz, 29 Axel Kammerer

    East Germany (Coach: Joachim Ziesche)

    1 René Bielke, 21 Egon Schmeißer – 2 Uwe Geisert, 3 Joachim Lempio, 4 Reinhard Fengler, 5 Dieter Frenzel, 6 Detlev Mark, 9 Thomas Graul, 13 Gerd Vogel – 7 Detlev Radant, 8 Friedhelm Bögelsack, 10 Eckard Scholz, 11 Roland Peters, 12 Frank Proske, 14 Mario Naster, 15 Rolf Nitz, 16 Harald Kuhnke, 17 Dietmar Peters, 18 Ralf Hantschke, 19 Harald Bölke, 21 Andreas Ludwig, 22 Andreas Gebauer


    Referees

    Mark Faucette (USA)
    Bruce Hood (Canada)
    Pertti Juhola (Finland)
    Yuri Karandin (Soviet Union)
    Josef Kompalla (West Germany)
    Kjell Lind (Sweden)
    Vladimir Subrt (Czechoslovakia)

    Linesmen

    Caban (Czechoslovakia)
    Fenn, von de (West Germany)
    Karlsson (Sweden)
    Kluge (East Germany)
    Kriska (Czechoslovakia)
    Lipina (Czechoslovakia)
    Prusov (Soviet Union)
    Taticek (Czechoslovakia)
    Vanhanen (Finland)


    Arenas

    Fucik Arena
    Slavia Arena

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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    PRELIMINARY ROUND (ROUND-ROBIN)

    17 April 1985

    Soviet Union – USA 11-1 (3-1, 5-0, 3-0)

    01-0 (03:07) Vyacheslav Bykov 1 (Gusarov) PP1
    01-1 (08:44) Paul Fenton 1 (Haight) PP1
    02-1 (09:19) Vyacheslav Bykov 2 (Fetisov/Vasiliev)
    03-1 (12:01) Sergei Makarov 1 (Fetisov) PP1
    04-1 (26:52) Sergei Makarov 2 (Krutov)
    05-1 (28:58) Sergei Makarov 3
    06-1 (34:57) Nikolai Drozdetsky 1 (Fetisov)
    07-1 (38:12) Andrei Khomutov 1 (Vasiliev)
    08-1 (38:50) Viktor Tyumenev 1 (Drozdetsky)
    09-1 (47:25) Mikhail Varnakov 1 (Tyumenev/Kasatonov)
    10-1 (53:57) Sergei Makarov 4 (Kasatonov) SH1
    11-1 (58:59) Vyacheslav Bykov 3 (Vasiliev)

    Penalty minutes: 19 (7x2 + 5 for Tyumenev) – 16 (8x2)
    Shots on goal: 39-27
    Referees: Subrt (TCH) – Vanhanen (FIN) & Karlsson (SWE)
    Attendance: 11,500 (Fucik)

    Sweden – West Germany 3-2 (1-1, 1-1, 1-0)

    1-0 (09:44) Lars-Gunnar Pettersson 1 (Sandström)
    1-1 (18:03) Ernst Höfner 1 (Blum/Reindl) PP1
    2-1 (39:04) Matti Pauna 1 (Waltin)
    2-2 (39:47) Harold Kreis 1 (Franz) PP1
    3-2 (46:06) Michael Hjälm 1 (Sandström/Samuelsson)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots on goal: 31-15
    Referees: Hood (CAN) – Taticek (TCH) & Lipina (TCH)
    Attendance: 9,500 (Fucik)

    Canada – East Germany 9-1 (3-0, 1-1, 5-0)

    1-0 (14:17) John Douglas Lidster 1 (Anderson)
    2-0 (14:59) Richard Vaive 1
    3-0 (18:14) John Anderson 1 (Vaive)
    4-0 (25:03) David Taylor 1
    4-1 (33:23) Harald Kuhnke 1 (Proske)
    5-1 (40:14) Mario Lemieux 1 SH1
    6-1 (45:12) John Anderson 2
    7-1 (50:31) Anthony Tanti 1 (Yzerman)
    8-1 (52:12) Ronald Francis 1 (Ledyard)
    9-1 (52:30) Richard Vaive 2 (Konroyd)

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots on goal: 25-27 (!)
    Referees: Karandin (URS) – Caban (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 1,200 (Slavia)

    Czechoslovakia – Finland 5-0 (2-0, 2-0, 1-0)

    1-0 (01:08) Petr Rosol 1
    2-0 (10:20) Vincent Lukac 1 (Uvira) PP1
    3-0 (21:32) Pavel Richter 1 PP1
    4-0 (26:38) Petr Rosol 2 PP1 (4-on-3)
    5-0 (54:25) Vladimir Ruzicka 1 (Richter/Horava)

    Penalty minutes: 20 (10x2) – 28 (14x2)
    Shots on goal: 30-22
    Referees: Faucette (USA) – Prusov (URS) & Kluge (GDR)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)


    18 April 1985

    West Germany – Canada 0-5 (0-3, 0-1, 0-1)

    0-1 (00:31) Donald Maloney 1 (Taylor)
    0-2 (02:39) Anthony Tanti 2 (Yzerman/Dineen)
    0-3 (11:18) Anthony Tanti 3 (Nicholls/Halward) 4-on-4
    0-4 (31:06) Richard Vaive 3 (Anderson)
    0-5 (52:45) Stephen Yzerman 1 (Konroyd)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 27-28
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Vanhanen (FIN) & Karlsson (SWE)
    Attendance: 10,352 (Fucik)

    Finland – Soviet Union 1-5 (0-2, 1-2, 0-1)

    0-1 (06:58) Alexei Kasatonov 1 (Bykov) PP1
    0-2 (11:27) Mikhail Varnakov 2 (Drozdetsky) PP1
    0-3 (21:56) Irek Gimaev 1 (Svetlov)
    1-3 (34:27) Esa Tikkanen 1 (Ruotsalainen) PP1
    1-4 (37:13) Sergei Makarov 5 (Fetisov) PP1
    1-5 (59:58) Vyacheslav Fetisov 1 (Kasatonov) PP2

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 17-34
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Lipina (TCH) & Kluge (GDR)
    Attendance: 11,000 (Fucik)

    Sweden – USA 3-4 (1-1, 1-2, 1-1)

    1-0 (07:20) Kent Nilsson 1 (Samuelsson)
    1-1 (12:11) Clark Donatelli 1 (R. Miller) SH1
    1-2 (25:04) Daniel Dorion 1 (Haight) PP1
    2-2 (28:31) Kent Nilsson 2 PP1
    2-3 (33:37) Mark Johnson 1
    3-3 (41:09) Lars-Gunnar Pettersson 2 (Hjälm)
    3-4 (41:43) Corey Millen 1 (Fenton/Granato)

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots on goal: 24-28
    Referees: Karandin (URS) – Taticek (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 3,500 (Slavia)

    Czechoslovakia – East Germany 6-1 (0-0, 3-0, 3-1)

    1-0 (21:05) Jaroslav Benak 1
    2-0 (23:44) Pavel Richter 2 (Ruzicka)
    3-0 (35:37) Jiri Hrdina 1 (Lala/Svoboda)
    4-0 (43:31) Oldrich Valek 1 (Kames)
    4-1 (50:31) Reinhard Fengler 1
    5-1 (50:59) Dusan Pasek 1 (Lala)
    6-1 (57:27) Vladimir Ruzicka 2 (Stavjana)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots on goal: 31-22
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – von de Fenn (FRG) & Prusov (URS)
    Attendance: 12,010 (Fucik)

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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    20 April 1985

    Sweden – Finland 0-5 (0-3, 0-0, 0-2)

    0-1 (03:45) Pekka Järvelä 1 (Arbelius)
    0-2 (04:15) Risto Jalo 1 (Melametsä)
    0-3 (08:00) Petri Skriko 1 (Ruotsalainen)
    0-4 (44:46) Markus Lehto 1 (Makkonen/Blomqvist)
    0-5 (50:33) Hannu Järvenpää 1 PP1

    Penalty minutes: 14 (7x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 26-19
    Referees: Subrt (TCH) – Prusov (URS) & Kluge (GDR)
    Attendance: 12,700 (Fucik)

    Czechoslovakia – West Germany 6-1 (2-0, 1-1, 3-0)

    1-0 (00:39) Darius Rusnak 1 (Liba)
    2-0 (17:15) Jiri Lala 1 (Sejba/Pasek)
    3-0 (29:54) Oldrich Valek 2 (Kames)
    3-1 (32:56) Ulrich Hiemer 1 (Kießling/Roedger) 4-on-4
    4-1 (44:29) Antonin Stavjana 1 (Lukac/Liba)
    5-1 (57:00) Jiri Hrdina 2 (Richter)
    6-1 (59:02) Igor Liba 1 (Lukac)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 36-22
    Referees: Hood (CAN) – Vanhanen (FIN) & Karlsson (SWE)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

    Soviet Union – East Germany 6-0 (2-0, 3-0, 1-0)

    1-0 (02:26) Mikhail Vasiliev 1 (Khomutov/Bykov)
    2-0 (07:38) Alexei Gusarov 1 (Krutov/Makarov)
    3-0 (21:42) Sergei Svetlov 1 (Yashin)
    4-0 (30:17) Nikolai Drozdetsky 2
    5-0 (32:47) Irek Gimaev 2 (Svetlov)
    6-0 (57:57) Vladimir Krutov 1 (Makarov/Larionov) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: 36-15
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Caban (TCH) & von de Fenn (FRG)
    Attendance: 3,000 (Slavia)

    Canada – USA 3-4 (2-1, 0-3, 1-0)

    1-0 (01:14) Richard Vaive 4 (Francis) PP1
    1-1 (05:31) Clark Donatelli 2 (Fergus)
    2-1 (18:32) Kirk Muller 1 (Murphy) 4-on-4
    2-2 (27:48) Anthony Granato 1 PP1
    2-3 (31:24) Clark Donatelli 3 (K. Miller)
    2-4 (38:24) Mark Johnson 2 (Mantha) PP1
    3-4 (54:04) John Anderson 3 (Vaive/Francis)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 44-13 (!)
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Taticek (TCH) & Lipina (TCH)
    Attendance: 8,274 (Fucik)


    21 April 1985

    East Germany – Sweden 0-11 (0-3, 0-3, 0-5)

    0-01 (07:30) Ulf Samuelsson 1 (Öhling)
    0-02 (09:25) Kent Nilsson 3 (Molin)
    0-03 (19:23) Bo Ericson 1 (Pettersson)
    0-04 (27:38) Thomas Albelin 1 (Eklund/Nilsson) PP1
    0-05 (35:44) Lars Molin 1 (Nilsson)
    0-06 (39:38) Kent Nilsson 4 (Molin/Sandström)
    0-07 (43:36) Kent Nilsson 5
    0-08 (45:04) Kent Johansson 1 (Labraaten)
    0-09 (51:15) Tomas Sandström 1 (Nilsson)
    0-10 (58:11) Mats Kihlström 1 (Södergren)
    0-11 (58:57) Michael Hjälm 2 (Pettersson/Pauna)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots on goal: 16-38
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – von de Fenn (FRG) & Prusov (URS)
    Attendance: 4,500 (Fucik)

    West Germany – Soviet Union 2-10 (0-7, 1-2, 1-1)

    0-01 (07:02) [de Raaf own goal] Igor Larionov 1 (Makarov) SH1
    0-02 (09:52) Alexei Kasatonov 2 4-on-4
    0-03 (11:18) Irek Gimaev 3 (Varnakov)
    0-04 (11:54) Nikolai Drozdetsky 3 (Varnakov)
    0-05 (12:30) Sergei Yashin 1 (Svetlov)
    0-06 (17:18) Viktor Tyumenev 2 (Svetlov)
    0-07 (18:19) Vladimir Krutov 2 (Makarov)
    0-08 (22:35) Mikhail Vasiliev 2 (Starikov) 4-on-4
    0-09 (32:31) Andrei Khomutov 2 (Vasiliev)
    1-09 (36:00) Franz Reindl 1 (Höfner)
    1-10 (48:32) Mikhail Vasiliev 3 (Khomutov) PP1
    2-10 (56:44) Georg Franz 1 (Reindl)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 27-30
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Caban (TCH) & Taticek (TCH)
    Attendance: 7,850 (Fucik)

    Finland – Canada 2-5 (1-1, 1-3, 0-1)

    0-1 (10:12) Larry Murphy 1 PP2
    1-1 (14:26) Raimo Helminen 1
    2-1 (22:50) Kari Suoraniemi 1 (Tikkanen)
    2-2 (30:51) Kevin Dineen 1 (Tanti)
    2-3 (35:28) Richard Vaive 5 (Francis)
    2-4 (36:20) John Douglas Lidster 2 (Nicholls)
    2-5 (41:55) David Taylor 2 (Lemieux)

    Penalty minutes: 24 (7x2 + 10 for Ruuttu) – 20 (5x2 + 10 for Anderson)
    Shots on goal: 27-29
    Referees: Faucette (USA) – Kluge (GDR) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 5,000 (Slavia)

    Czechoslovakia – USA 1-3 (0-1, 1-1, 0-1)

    0-1 (01:57) Joel Otto 1 (R. Miller)
    1-1 (32:00) Oldrich Valek 3 (Pivonka)
    1-2 (37:52) Anthony Granato 2 (K. Miller) PP1
    1-3 (57:44) Corey Millen 2

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 22 (6x2 + 10 for J. Johnson)
    Shots on goal: 39-17
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Vanhanen (FIN) & Karlsson (SWE)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    23 April 1985

    East Germany – Finland 4-4 (1-1, 1-1, 2-2)

    0-1 (09:32) Hannu Järvenpää 2 (Arbelius/Järvelä)
    1-1 (18:03) Friedhelm Bögelsack 1 (Graul)
    2-1 (20:35) Reinhard Fengler 2 (Graul)
    2-2 (34:02) Anssi Melametsä 1 (Skriko/Huikari)
    2-3 (42:40) Pekka Arbelius 1
    3-3 (53:13) Frank Proske 1 (Lempio)
    3-4 (56:09) Raimo Helminen 2 (Suoraniemi/Mäkelä)
    4-4 (56:28) Ralf Hantschke 1 (Frenzel)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: 24-21
    Referees: Karandin (URS) – Caban (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 7,212 (Fucik)

    Czechoslovakia – Canada 4-4 (2-2, 1-1, 1-1)

    0-1 (02:36) John Anderson 4 (Francis/Murphy)
    1-1 (07:43) Vladimir Ruzicka 3 (Richter) PP1
    1-2 (15:25) Douglas Halward 1 (Lemieux) PP1
    2-2 (18:32) Jiri Lala 2 (Sejba)
    2-3 (30:28) Kirk Muller 2 (Murphy/Lemieux) PP1
    3-3 (37:38) Miloslav Horava 1 (Liba)
    3-4 (40:39) Anthony Tanti 4 (Halward/Yzerman)
    4-4 (45:27) Dusan Pasek 2 (Stavjana)

    Penalty minutes: 20 (5x2 + 10 for Richter) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: 26-12
    Referees: Faucette (USA) – Prusov (URS) & von de Fenn (FRG)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

    Soviet Union – Sweden 6-2 (1-1, 2-0, 3-1)

    1-0 (00:15) Alexei Kasatonov 3 (Makarov)
    1-1 (08:16) Kent Nilsson 6 4-on-4
    2-1 (24:17) Vladimir Krutov 3 PP1
    3-1 (31:39) Sergei Makarov 6 (Krutov)
    4-1 (46:13) Nikolai Drozdetsky 4
    5-1 (49:41) Vyacheslav Fetisov 2 (Gimaev) PP1
    6-1 (52:52) Vyacheslav Fetisov 3 (Gimaev)
    6-2 (53:40) Lars-Gunnar Pettersson 3

    Penalty minutes: 21 (3x2 + 5+10 for Kasatonov) – 31 (8x2 + 5+10 for Samuelsson)
    Shots on goal: 30-20
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Vanhanen (FIN) & Kluge (FRG)
    Attendance: 10,199 (Fucik)

    West Germany – USA 3-4 (1-2, 2-1, 0-1)

    1-0 (08:05) Dieter Hegen 1 (Höfner)
    1-1 (19:03) Maurice Mantha 1 (Otto)
    1-2 (19:59) Kelly Miller 1 (Fergus)
    2-2 (21:39) Franz Reindl 2 (Scharf) 4-on-4
    2-3 (27:55) Mark Johnson 3 (Broten)
    3-3 (33:15) Dieter Hegen 2 (Hiemer) PP1 (4-on-3)
    3-4 (51:42) Kelly Miller 2 (Granato)

    Penalty minutes: 18 (9x2) – 18 (9x2)
    Shots on goal: 37-32
    Referees: Subrt (TCH) – Lipina (TCH) & Karlsson (SWE)
    Attendance: 3,500 (Slavia)


    24 April 1985

    USA – East Germany 5-5 (2-1, 2-0, 1-4)

    1-0 (09:18) Robert Miller 1 (Dorion)
    2-0 (15:16) Joel Otto 2 (Fusco/M. Johnson)
    2-1 (17:08) Harald Bölke 1
    3-1 (23:37) Paul Fenton 2 (Millen)
    4-1 (35:33) Thomas Fergus 1 (R. Miller)
    4-2 (48:21) Friedhelm Bögelsack 2 (D. Peters) PP1
    5-2 (51:49) Thomas Fergus 2 (Dorion/R. Miller)
    5-3 (52:55) Ralf Hantschke 2 (Ludwig)
    5-4 (53:38) Frank Proske 2 (Frenzel)
    5-5 (56:24) Thomas Graul 1 (Lempio) 4-on-4

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 4 (2x2)
    Shots on goal: 29-32
    Referees: Lind (SWE), 41. Subrt (TCH) – Karlsson (SWE) & Vanhanen (FIN)
    Attendance: 7,500 (Fucik)

    Finland – West Germany 3-3 (1-0, 1-2, 1-1)

    1-0 (13:31) Hannu Järvenpää 3 (Järvelä/Arbelius)
    1-1 (20:47) Georg Franz 2 (Blum)
    1-2 (30:16) Erich Kühnhackl 1 (Hegen)
    2-2 (36:56) Mikko Mäkelä 1 (Ruotanen/Helminen) PP1
    3-2 (43:32) Kari Suoraniemi 2 (Helminen)
    3-3 (48:56) Dieter Hegen 3 (Kühnhackl/Kießling)

    Penalty minutes: 4 (2x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots on goal: 30-30
    Referees: Hood (CAN) – Taticek (TCH) & Lipina (TCH)
    Attendance: 9,115 (Fucik)


    25 April 1985

    Sweden – Czechoslovakia 2-7 (0-3, 2-2, 0-2)

    0-1 (00:13) Darius Rusnak 2 (Lukac)
    0-2 (01:53) Miloslav Horava 2 (Benak/Lukac) PP1
    0-3 (09:38) Jiri Lala 3 (Stavjana)
    0-4 (27:06) Vladimir Ruzicka 4 (Richter/Hrdina) PP1
    1-4 (27:19) Per-Erik Eklund 1 (Kihlström)
    1-5 (37:37) Pavel Richter 3 (Ruzicka/Hrdina) PP1
    2-5 (39:22) Anders Eldebrink 1 (Eklund/Nilsson) PP2
    2-6 (49:20) Vincent Lukac 2 (Liba/Rusnak)
    2-7 (58:13) Vincent Lukac 3 (Benak)

    Penalty minutes: 26 (8x2 + 10 for Pettersson) – 16 (8x2)
    Shots on goal: 29-28
    Referees: Karandin (URS) – Kluge (GDR) & Vanhanen (FIN)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

    Canada – Soviet Union 1-9 (0-4, 1-1, 0-4)

    0-1 (13:56) Nikolai Drozdetsky 5 (Varnakov/Tyumenev)
    0-2 (15:53) Andrei Khomutov 3 (Bykov)
    0-3 (17:17) Vyacheslav Fetisov 4 (Drozdetsky) 4-on-4
    0-4 (18:33) Alexei Gusarov 2 (Larionov) PP1
    0-5 (24:14) Sergei Yashin 2 (Starikov)
    1-5 (36:17) David Taylor 3 4-on-4
    1-6 (40:47) Igor Larionov 2 (Fetisov)
    1-7 (42:37) Alexandr Skvortsov 1
    1-8 (52:35) Mikhail Varnakov 3 (Tyumenev)
    1-9 (58:59) Vyacheslav Bykov 4 (Starikov)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 22 (6x2 + 10 for Gimaev)
    Shots on goal: 20-32
    Referees: Faucette (USA) – Karlsson (SWE) & von de Fenn (FRG)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    26 April 1985

    West Germany – East Germany 6-0 (2-0, 2-0, 2-0)

    1-0 (05:44) Georg Franz 3 (Höfner) PP1
    2-0 (19:04) Franz Reindl 3 (Höfner) PP1
    3-0 (23:48) Manfred Wolf 1 (Kreis)
    4-0 (30:46) Axel Kammerer 1 (Hegen)
    5-0 (54:13) Horst Heckelsmüller 1 (Kühnhackl)
    6-0 (57:01) Axel Kammerer 2 (Ahne) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 10 (5x2)
    Shots on goal: 18-26 (!)
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Taticek (TCH) & Lipina (TCH)
    Attendance: 10,307 (Fucik)

    USA – Finland 3-8 (1-2, 2-3, 0-3)

    0-1 (03:20) Hannu Järvenpää 4 (Ruotsalainen) PP1
    1-1 (14:03) Corey Millen 3 (Thomas) PP1
    1-2 (15:50) Pekka Arbelius 2 (Järvelä) PP1
    2-2 (21:54) Mark Johnson 4 (Suter/Thomas) PP1
    3-2 (23:09) Daniel Dorion 2 (R. Miller)
    3-3 (26:15) Hannu Järvenpää 5 PP1
    3-4 (35:14) Harri Tuohimaa 1 (Tikkanen)
    3-5 (36:11) Pekka Arbelius 3 (Järvenpää)
    3-6 (44:47) Raimo Helminen 3 (Tuohimaa/Tikkanen)
    3-7 (54:09) Risto Jalo 2
    3-8 (57:04) Hannu Järvenpää 6 (Ruotanen) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 12 (6x2)
    Shots on goal: 32-27
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Caban (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 9,758 (Fucik)


    27 April 1985

    Soviet Union – Czechoslovakia 5-1 (0-1, 4-0, 1-0)

    0-1 (18:19) Jiri Lala 4 (Pasek)
    1-1 (22:42) Sergei Makarov 7 (Krutov/Fetisov) PP1 (4-on-3)
    2-1 (22:57) Vyacheslav Bykov 5 (Khomutov) 4-on-4
    3-1 (26:50) Vyacheslav Bykov 6
    4-1 (36:39) Sergei Makarov 8 (Larionov/Krutov)
    5-1 (43:04) Viktor Tyumenev 3 (Varnakov)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: 29-19
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Karlsson (SWE) & Vanhanen (FIN)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

    Canada – Sweden 6-3 (1-1, 3-2, 2-0)

    0-1 (06:49) Tomas Sandström 2 (Nilsson)
    1-1 (17:50) Kevin Dineen 2 (Lemieux)
    2-1 (22:08) Kevin Dineen 3 PP1
    2-2 (27:15) Hakan Södergren 1 (Penalty)
    2-3 (29:37) Per-Erik Eklund 2 (Sandström)
    3-3 (39:12) Stephen Yzerman 2 (Murphy) PP1 (4-on-3)
    4-3 (39:48) Ronald Francis 2 (Maloney/Smyl)
    5-3 (44:16) Larry Murphy 2 (Lemieux/Muller) PP1
    6-3 (45:08) Anthony Tanti 5 (Yzerman)

    Penalty minutes: 6 (3x2) – 22 (6x2 + 10 for Eldebrink)
    Shots on goal: 27-33
    Referees: Subrt (TCH) – Lipina (TCH) & Kluge (GDR)
    Attendance: 12,017 (Fucik)


    PRELIMINARY ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Soviet Union
    7
    7
    0
    0
    52:08
    14
    2.USA
    7
    4
    1
    2
    24:34
    09
    3.Canada
    7
    4
    1
    2
    33:23
    09
    4.Czechoslovakia
    7
    4
    1
    2
    31:16
    09
    5.Finland
    7
    2
    2
    3
    23:25
    06
    6.Sweden
    7
    2
    0
    5
    24:30
    04
    7.West Germany
    7
    1
    1
    5
    17:31
    03
    8.East Germany
    7
    0
    2
    5
    11:47
    02



    RELEGATION ROUND

    28 April 1985

    Finland – East Germany 6-2 (2-0, 4-2, 0-0)

    1-0 (09:45) Esa Tikkanen 2 (Helminen)
    2-0 (13:19) Esa Tikkanen 3 (Ruotanen/Helminen)
    3-0 (21:23) Petri Skriko 2 (Melametsä/Huikari)
    3-1 (27:40) Friedhelm Bögelsack 3 (D. Peters) 4-on-4
    3-2 (27:50) Dieter Frenzel 1 4-on-4
    4-2 (29:59) Anssi Melametsä 2 (Skriko/Jalo)
    5-2 (31:44) Hannu Järvenpää 7 (Arbelius/Järvelä)
    6-2 (33:23) Kari Makkonen 1 (Tuohimaa) SH1

    Penalty minutes: 16 (8x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: ?
    Referees: Hood (CAN) – Prusov (URS) & von de Fenn (FRG)
    Attendance: 9,441 (Fucik)

    Sweden – West Germany 5-2 (0-0, 3-1, 2-1)

    1-0 (20:43) Hakan Södergren 2 (Sandström/Hjälm)
    2-0 (21:10) Hakan Södergren 3 (Johansson/Waltin)
    2-1 (30:27) Roy Roedger 1 (Wolf/Niederberger)
    3-1 (33:52) Anders Eldebrink 2 (Eklund/Thelven) PP1 (4-on-3)
    4-1 (42:28) Peter Gradin 1 (Thelven)
    4-2 (49:16) Franz Reindl 4 (Franz)
    5-2 (53:17) Kent Johansson 2 (Labraaten/Södergren)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots on goal: 19-30
    Referees: Karandin (URS) – Caban (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 11,300 (Fucik)


    30 April 1985

    Sweden – East Germany 7-2 (2-0, 3-1, 2-1)

    1-0 (05:28) Peter Gradin 2 (Eklund/Waltin)
    2-0 (19:32) Jens Öhling 1 (Gradin/Eldebrink)
    3-0 (20:11) Tomas Sandström 3
    4-0 (23:28) Matti Pauna 2 (Sandström)
    5-0 (24:03) Dan Labraaten 1
    5-1 (33:21) Thomas Graul 2 (Bögelsack)
    5-2 (48:13) Reinhard Fengler 3 (Lempio)
    6-2 (51:44) Dan Labraaten 2 (Hjälm)
    7-2 (52:41) Hans Särkijärvi 1 (Kihlström)

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: 17-20
    Referees: Subrt (TCH) – Caban (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 8,791 (Fucik)

    West Germany – Finland 5-4 (2-2, 1-1, 2-1)

    1-0 (02:38) Markus Berwanger 1 (Niederberger)
    1-1 (06:46) Mikko Mäkelä 2 (Tikkanen) PP1
    2-1 (08:24) Dieter Hegen 4 (Kühnhackl/Kießling)
    2-2 (11:48) Pekka Arbelius 4 (Järvenpää)
    2-3 (22:48) Raimo Helminen 4 (Mäkelä)
    3-3 (27:04) Erich Kühnhackl 2 (Heckelsmüller/Hegen)
    4-3 (44:37) Dieter Hegen 5 (Kühnhackl)
    4-4 (46:27) Juha Huikari 1 (Helminen)
    5-4 (48:02) Erich Kühnhackl 3 (Hegen/Niederberger)

    Penalty minutes: 12 (6x2) – 8 (4x2)
    Shots on goal: ?
    Referees: Hood (CAN) – Taticek (TCH) & Lipina (TCH)
    Attendance: 9,898 (Fucik)
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    IIHF 1985 IHWC, Czechoslovakia

    2 May 1985

    East Germany – West Germany 1-4 (0-1, 1-1, 0-2)

    0-1 (16:58) Michael Betz 1 (Roedger/Kreis)
    0-2 (34:51) Ulrich Hiemer 2 (Hegen/Heckelsmüller) 4-on-4
    1-2 (36:16) Detlev Radant 1 (Proske)
    1-3 (45:00) Harold Kreis 2 (Höfner) PP1
    1-4 (48:45) Franz Reindl 5

    Penalty minutes: 10 (5x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots on goal: ?
    Referees: Hood (CAN) – Lipina (TCH) & Caban (TCH)
    Attendance: 11,300

    Finland – Sweden 6-1 (2-1, 3-0, 1-0)

    1-0 (01:03) Hannu Järvenpää 8 (Jalo)
    1-1 (08:48) Peter Gradin 3 (Öhling)
    2-1 (10:44) Pekka Arbelius 5 (Järvelä/Ruotsalainen) PP1
    3-1 (23:24) Esa Tikkanen 4 (Blomqvist)
    4-1 (26:52) Kari Suoraniemi 3 (Tikkanen)
    5-1 (37:39) Christian Ruuttu 1 (Ruotanen/Lehto)
    6-1 (55:45) Hannu Järvenpää 9 (Ruotanen)

    Penalty minutes: 18 (9x2) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots on goal: 19-29
    Referees: Karandin (URS) – Taticek (TCH) & Kriska (TCH)
    Attendance: 10,297 (Fucik)


    RELEGATION ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    5.Finland
    10
    4
    2
    4
    39:33
    10
    6.Sweden
    10
    4
    0
    6
    38:40
    08
    7.West Germany
    10
    3
    1
    6
    28:41
    07
    8.East Germany
    10
    0
    2
    8
    16:64
    02



    FINAL ROUND

    29 April 1985

    Soviet Union – Czechoslovakia 1-2 (0-2, 0-0, 1-0)

    0-1 (06:10) Vladimir Ruzicka 5 (Uvira)
    0-2 (11:27) Dusan Pasek 3 (Sejba)
    1-2 (45:33) Andrei Khomutov 4 (Makarov)

    Penalty minutes: 2 – 4 (2x2)
    Shots on goal: 22-22
    Referees: Kompalla (FRG) – Karlsson (SWE) & Vanhanen (FIN)
    Attendance: 13,908 (Fucik)

    USA – Canada 2-3 (0-1, 1-1, 1-1)

    0-1 (12:06) John Anderson 5 (Stevens)
    1-1 (28:29) Anthony Granato 3 (K. Miller/Donatelli)
    1-2 (38:44) Mario Lemieux 2 (Lidster/Tanti) 4-on-4
    1-3 (41:02) John Douglas Lidster 3 (Taylor/Lemieux)
    2-3 (54:06) Maurice Mantha 2 (J. Johnson) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 20 (10x2) – 20 (10x2)
    Shots on goal: 23-44
    Referees: Faucette (USA) – Lipina (TCH) & Taticek (TCH)
    Attendance: 13,623 (Fucik)


    1 May 1985

    USA – Czechoslovakia 2-11 (0-0, 2-4, 0-7)

    1-00 (20:48) Michael O’Connell 1 (Suter) PP1
    1-01 (25:32) Frantisek Musil 1 (Pasek)
    1-02 (26:37) Jiri Lala 5 (Rusnak)
    1-03 (26:59) Vladimir Ruzicka 6 (Stavjana)
    1-04 (32:34) Jiri Sejba 1 (Lala/Horava) PP2
    2-04 (34:38) Thomas Fergus 3 4-on-4
    2-05 (40:09) Jiri Lala 6 (Uvira)
    2-06 (40:19) Vladimir Ruzicka 7
    2-07 (43:06) Vladimir Ruzicka 8 4-on-4
    2-08 (45:13) Jiri Lala 7 (Liba)
    2-09 (45:40) Miloslav Horava 3 (Ruzicka)
    2-10 (50:56) Vladimir Kames 1 (Benak) PP1
    2-11 (57:34) Igor Liba 2 (Rusnak)

    Penalty minutes: 34 (12x2 + 10 for Donatelli) – 14 (7x2)
    Shots on goal: 24-34
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Prusov (URS) & von de Fenn (FRG)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

    Canada – Soviet Union 3-1 (2-0, 1-0, 0-1)

    1-0 (11:54) Mario Lemieux 3 (Murphy) PP1
    2-0 (16:53) Stanley Smyl 1 (Konroyd/Francis)
    3-0 (36:00) Mario Lemieux 4 (Muller)
    3-1 (47:31) Vladimir Krutov 4 (Fetisov/Kasatonov) PP1

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 6 (3x2)
    Shots on goal: 14-30
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Karlsson (SWE) & Vanhanen (FIN)
    Attendance: 13,503 (Fucik)


    3 May 1985

    Czechoslovakia – Canada 5-3 (1-0, 2-2, 2-1)

    1-0 (05:24) Jiri Sejba 2 (Lala)
    1-1 (20:45) Stephen Yzerman 3 (Dineen)
    2-1 (22:41) Jiri Sejba 3 (Lala)
    2-2 (26:34) Richard Vaive 6 (Stevens) PP1
    3-2 (33:00) Jiri Sejba 4 SH1
    4-2 (51:44) Darius Rusnak 3 (Musil) PP1
    4-3 (52:33) Scott Stevens 1
    5-3 (58:47) Jiri Lala 8 EN

    Penalty minutes: 8 (4x2) – 36 (8x2 + 10 for Tanti & Vaive)
    Shots on goal: 17-24
    Referees: Juhola (FIN) – Vanhanen (FIN) & Karlsson (SWE)
    Attendance: 14,000 (Fucik)

    Soviet Union – USA 10-3 (3-0, 4-0, 3-3)

    01-0 (02:48) Alexei Kasatonov 4 (Tyumenev)
    02-0 (07:19) Mikhail Varnakov 4 (Tyumenev/Drozdetsky)
    03-0 (17:55) Viktor Tyumenev 4 (Drozdetsky)
    04-0 (21:59) Alexandr Skvortsov 2 (Starikov)
    05-0 (24:49) Alexei Kasatonov 5 (Drozdetsky) 4-on-4
    06-0 (26:23) Vyacheslav Fetisov 5 (Larionov) PP1
    07-0 (39:10) Vyacheslav Fetisov 6 (Kasatonov) PP1
    08-0 (42:33) Sergei Svetlov 2 (Pervukhin)
    09-0 (45:06) Mikhail Varnakov 5 (Tyumenev)
    09-1 (45:19) Thomas Fergus 4 (Brooke)
    10-1 (48:36) Mikhail Varnakov 6 (Drozdetsky)
    10-2 (50:12) Gary Suter 1 (R. Miller)
    10-3 (57:23) Anthony Granato 4 (Dorion) PP2

    Penalty minutes: 34 (7x2 + 5 for Fetisov + 5+10 for Gimaev) – 33 (9x2 + 5+10 for Thomas)
    Shots on goal: 34-22
    Referees: Lind (SWE) – Lipina (TCH) & Kluge (GDR)
    Attendance: 13,500 (Fucik)


    FINAL ROUND STANDINGS

       
    GP
    W
    D
    L
    GF:GA
    P
    1.Czechoslovakia
    3
    3
    0
    0
    18:06
    6
    2.Canada
    3
    2
    0
    1
    09:08
    4
    3.Soviet Union
    3
    1
    0
    2
    12:08
    2
    4.USA
    3
    0
    0
    3
    07:24
    0



    SCORING LEADERS

       
    GP
    G
    A
    P
    01.Sergei Makarov108614
    02.Jiri Lala108513
    03.Vyacheslav Fetisov106713
    04.Nikolai Drozdetsky105712
    05.Hannu Järvenpää109211
    06.Vladimir Ruzicka108311
    07.Kent Nilsson 086511
    08.Mikhail Varnakov106410
    09.Dieter Hegen105510
     Alexei Kasatonov095510
    11.Mario Lemieux094610
     Viktor Tyumenev 104610
    13.Vyacheslav Bykov106309
    14.Pekka Arbelius105409
    15.Raimo Helminen104509
     Vladimir Krutov104509
     Esa Tikkanen104509
    18.Tomas Sandström103609
    19.Richard Vaive106208
    20.Larry Murphy *082608

    * One scoring point by Larry Murphy is missing! I only found five assists for him – not six…

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    Dear Sirs,

    I need your help in three points in relevance with this tournament:

    1. How many games played Niederberger - 9 or 10? All Czech and German sources say 10. But in game vs SWE he is last in roster with mark "N" according to game sheet. If his name was among defencers I can take it as another mistake in game sheet. But for what reason he is last in roster and with such mark?

    2. Did Kadlec play first game vs CAN? His name is in roster per the game, but all Czech and Russian sources don't consider him as game participant. I understand that Lukac had no possibility to play this game and coach have to replace him but with seven's defenceman, not with forward. And was Kadlec "dressed for game", played on ice at least a couple of seconds or even was not "dressed for game"?

    3. If we look through Czech "Hokej Rocenka 1984-85" we can say that figures of SOG in Derrick's report are not SOG but SVS.

    And in conclusion six Murphy's assists:

    1. CAN vs USA - to Muller at 18.32
    2. CAN vs TCH - to Anderson at 2.36
    3. CAN vs TCH - to Muller at 30.28
    4. CAN vs SWE - to Yzerman at 39.12
    5. CAN vs USA 2nd game - to Anderson at 12.06
    6. CAN vs URS 2nd game - to Lemieux at 11.54

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    Hi,

    Very complete information. I just wanted to point out that Pat Riggin played goal for Canada in this tournament. I believe Wamsley and Weeks were the two first goalies named and Riggin joined the team after his team was eliminated from the playoffs. This link shows he played 4 games: http://www.quanthockey.com/whc/en/te...whc-stats.html

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