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At the 1984 Winter Olympics held in Sarajevo, Yugoslavia, one ice hockey event was held: men's ice hockey. Games were held at the Olympic Hall Zetra.

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Medalists

Gold: Silver: Bronze:
 Soviet Union
Vladislav Tretyak
Zinetula Biljaletdinov
Sergei Chepelev
Nikolai Drozdetski
Viacheslav Fetisov
Aleksandr Gerasimov
Alexei Kasatonov
Andrei Komutov
Vladimir Kovin
Alexandr Kozhernikov
Vladimir Krutov
Igor Larionov
Sergei Makarov
Vladimir Myshkin
Vasili Pervukhine
Aleksandr Skvortsov
Sergei Starikov
Igor Stelnov
Viktor Tumenev
Mikhail Vasiliev
 Czechoslovakia
Milan Chalupa
Jaroslav Benak
Vladimír Caldr
Frantisek Cernik
Miloslav Horava
Jiri Hrdina
Arnold Kadlec
Jaroslav Korbela
Jiri Kralik
Vladimir Kyhos
Jiri Lala
Igor Liba
Vincent Lukac
Dusan Pasek
Pavel Richter
Vladimi Ruzicka
Jaromir Sindel
Radoslav Svoboda
Eduard Uvíra
 Sweden
Thomas Aahlen
Per-Eric Eklund
Thomas Eklund
Bo Ericsson
Lars Haakan
Peter Gradin
Mats Hessel
Peter Michael Hjälm
Göran Lindblom
Tommy Mörth
Leif Haakan Nordin
Rolf Riddervall
Jens √Ėhling
Thomas Rundqvist
Thomas Sandstroem
Karl Haakan Södergren
Mats Thelin
Arne Michael
Mats Waltin
Göte Wälitalo

Group A

Top two teams (shaded ones) advanced to the medal round.

Team Pld W L T GF GA Pts
 Soviet Union 5 5 0 0 42 5 10
 Sweden 5 3 1 1 34 15 7
 Federal Republic of Germany 5 3 1 1 27 17 7
 Poland 5 1 4 0 16 37 2
 Italy 5 1 4 0 15 31 2
 Yugoslavia 5 1 4 0 8 37 2
  • February 7
    • Sweden 11-3 Italy
    • USSR 12-1 Poland
    • West Germany 8-1 Yugoslavia
  • February 9
    • USSR 5-1 Italy
    • West Germany 8-5 Poland
    • Sweden 11-0 Yugoslavia
  • February 11
    • USSR 9-1 Yugoslavia
    • Italy 6-1 Poland
    • Sweden 1-1 West Germany
  • February 13
    • USSR 6-1 West Germany
    • Sweden 10-1 Poland
    • Yugoslavia 5-1 Italy
  • February 15
    • West Germany 9-4 Italy
    • Poland 8-1 Yugoslavia
    • USSR 10-1 Sweden

Group B

Top two teams (shaded ones) advanced to the medal round.

Team Pld W L T GF GA Pts
 Czechoslovakia 5 5 0 0 38 7 10
 Canada 5 4 1 0 24 10 8
 Finland 5 2 2 1 27 19 5
 United States of America 5 1 2 2 16 17 4
 Austria 5 1 4 0 13 37 2
 Norway 5 0 4 1 15 43 1
  • February 7
    • Canada 4-2 USA
    • Finland 4-3 Austria
    • Czechoslovakia 10-4 Norway
  • February 9
    • Canada 8-1 Austria
    • Czechoslovakia 4-1 USA
    • Finland 16-2 Norway
  • February 11
    • Czechoslovakia 13-0 Austria
    • Norway 3-3 USA
    • Canada 4-2 Finland
  • February 13
    • Canada 8-1 Norway
    • Czechoslovakia 7-2 Finland
    • USA 7-3 Austria
  • February 15
    • Czechoslovakia 4-0 Canada
    • Finland 3-3 USA
    • Austria 6-5 Norway

Medal Round

The top two teams from each group play the top two teams from the other group once. Points from previous games against their own group carry over, excluding teams who failed to make the medal round. First place team wins gold, second silver and third bronze.

Team Pld W L T GF GA Pts
 Soviet Union 3 3 0 0 16 1 6
 Czechoslovakia 3 2 1 0 6 2 4
 Sweden 3 1 2 0 3 12 2
 Canada 3 0 3 0 0 10 0
  • February 17
    • USSR 4-0 Canada
    • Czechoslovakia 2-0 Sweden
  • February 19
    • Sweden 2-0 Canada
    • USSR 2-0 Czechoslovakia
  • Carried Over Group Matches
    • USSR 10-1 Sweden
    • Czechoslovakia 4-0 Canada



5th Place Game

  • February 17
    • West Germany 7-4 Finland


7th Place Game

  • February 17
    • USA 7-4 Poland



Leading scorers

Rk Team GP G A Pts
1 Flag of Germany Erich Kuhnhackl 6 8 6 14
2 Flag of Sweden Peter Gradin 6 9 4 13
3 Flag of Soviet Union Nikolai Drozdetsky 7 10 2 12
4 Flag of Finland Raimo Summanen 6 4 7 11
4 Flag of the Czech Republic Darius Rusnak 7 4 7 11
6 Flag of Soviet Union Viacheslav Fetisov 7 3 8 11
6 Flag of Finland Petri Skriko 6 6 4 10
8 Flag of the Czech Republic Vladimir Ruzicka 7 4 6 10
8 Flag of the Czech Republic Jiri Hrdina 7 4 6 10
10 Flag of the Czech Republic Vincent Lukac 7 4 5 9

Final ranking

  1.  Soviet Union
  2.  Czechoslovakia
  3.  Sweden
  4. Flag of Canada Canada
  5.  West Germany
  6.  Finland
  7.  United States of America
  8.  Poland

References

  • Jeux Olympiques 1984
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