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The 1988 Winter Olympics (XV Olympic Winter Games) were held in 1988 in Calgary, Canada.

The hockey tournament saw its games being played at the Olympic Saddledome. Gold medalist was the powerful Soviet National Team; silver and bronze winners were Finland and Sweden.

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Participating teams

Finland, Sweden, Canada, Switzerland, Poland, France, U.S.S.R., West Germany, Czechoslovakia, United States, Austria, Norway.

Rosters

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Austria

Thomas Cijan, Konrad Dorn, Kelvin Greenbank, Kurt Haranda, Bernard Hutz, Werner Kerth, Gert Kompajn, Rudolf König, Günter Koren, Edward Lebler, Robert Mack, Manfred Mühr, Martin Platzer, Herbert Pöck, Gerhard Puschnik, Peter Raffl, Robin Sadler, Andreas Salat, Silvester Szybisti, Hans Sulzer, Brian Stankiewicz, Michael Shea, Peter Zhenalik.

Canada

Ken Berry, Serge Boisvert, Brian Bradley, Sean Burke, Chris Felix, Marc Habscheid, Randy Gregg, Bob Joyce, Vaughn Karpan, Merlin Malinowski, Andy Moog, Jim Peplinski, Serge Roy, Wally Schreiber, Gord Sherven, Anthony Stiles, Steve Tambellini, Claude Vilgrain, Tim Watters, Ken Yaremchuk, Trent Yawney, Zarley Zalapski.

Czechoslovakia

Jaroslav Benák, Mojmir Božik, Petr Bríza, Jirí Doležal, Oto Hašcák, Dominik Hašek, Miloslav Horava, Jirí Hrdina, Jirí Lála, Igor Liba, Dušan Pašek, Radim Radevic, Petr Rosol, Vladimír Ružicka, Bedrich Šcerban, Jirí Sejba, Jaromír Šindel, Antonín Stavjana, Rudolf Suchánek, Petr Vlk, Rostislav Vlach, David Volek, Eduard Uvíra.

Finland

Timo Blomqvist, Kari Eloranta, Jyrki Lumme, Jukka Virtanen, Arto Ruotanen, Reijo Ruotanen, Reijo Ruotsalainen, Simo Saarinen, Kai Suikkanen, Raimo Helminen, Iiro Järvi, Esa Keskinen, Erkki Lehtonen, Reijo Mikkolainen, Janne Ojanen, Timo Susi, Pekka Tuomisto, Teppo Numminen, Jari Torkki, Jukka Tammi, Jarmo Myllys.

France

Peter Almasy, Paulin Bordeleau, Stéphane Botteri, Philippe Bozon, Patrick Daley, Jean-Marc Djian, Guy Dupuis, Patrick Foliot, Derek Haas, Michel Leblanc, Jean-Philippe Lemoine, Jean-Christophe Lerondeau, Stéphane Lessard, Franck Pajonkowski, André Peloffy, Denis Pérez, Christian Pouget, Pierre Pousse, Pierre Scmitt, Antoine Richer, Steven Woodburn, Christophe Ville.

Norway

Cato Andersen, Morgan Andersen, Lars Bergseng, Arne Billkvam, Tor Eikeland, Åge Ellingsen, Jarl Eriksen, Stephen Kjell Foyn, Jarle Friis, Rune Gulliksen, Geir Hoff, Roy Einar Johansen, Erik Kristiansen, Truls Kristiansen, Ørjan Løvdal, Vernon Mott, Jørgen Salsten, Petter Salsten, Kim Søgaard, Sigurd Thinn, Petter Thoresen, Marius Voigt.

Poland

Janusz Adamiec, Marek Cholewa, Jerzy Christ, Miroslaw Copija, Henryk Gruth, Leszek Jachna, Andrzej Hanisz, Andrzej Kadziolka, Franciszek Kukla, Piotr Kwasigroch, Jaroslaw Morawiecki, Ireneusz Pacula, Krzysztof Podsiadlo, Jerzy Potz, Gabriel Samolej, Krystian Sikorski, Roman Steblecki, Marek Stebnick, Jan Stopczyk, Andrzej Swiatek, Jacek Szopinski, Robert Szopinski.

Sweden

Peter Andersson, Anders Eldebrink, Lars Ivarsson, Lars Karlsson, Mats Kihlström, Tommy Samuelsson, Mikael Andersson, Bo Berglund, Jonas Bergkvist, Peter Eriksson, Michael Hjälm, Michael Johansson, Lars Molin, Lars-Gunnar Pettersson, Thomas Rundqvist, Ulf Sandström, Håkan Södergren, Jens Öhling, Thomas Eriksson, Thom Eklund, Peter Åslin, Anders Bergman, Peter Lindmark.

Switzerland

Olivier Anken, Gaëtan Boucher, Patrice Brasey, Richard Bucher, Urs Burkart, Manuele Celio, Pietro Cunti, Jörg Eberle, Felix Hollenstein, Peter Jaks, Jakob Kölliker, André Künzi, Marc Leuenberger, Fredy Lüthi, Fausto Mazzoleni, Gil Montandon, Philipp Neuenschwander, Andreas Ritsch, Bruno Rogger, Peter Schlagenhauf, Thomas Vrabec, Roman Wäger.

United States

Allen Bourbeau, Greg Brown, Clark Donatelli, Jim Johannson, Scott Fusco, Guy Gosselin, Tony Granato, Craig Janney, Peter Laviolette, Jr., Stephen Leach, Brian Leetch, Bradley MacDonald, Corey Millen, Kevin Miller, Jeff Norton, Todd Okerlund, Mike Richter, Dave Snuggerud, Kevin Stevens, Chris Terreri, Scott Young, Eric Weinrich.

U.S.S.R.

Ilya Byakin, Igor Stelnov, Vyacheslav Fetisov, Alexei Gusarov, Alexei Kasatonov, Sergei Starikov, Vyacheslav Bykov, Sergei Yashin, Valeri Kamensky, Sergei Svetlov, Aleksandr Chernykh, Andrei Khomutov, Vladimir Krutov, Igor Larionov, Andrei Lomakin, Sergei Makarov, Alexander Mogilny, Anatoly Semenov, Alexei Kozhevnikov, Igor Kravchuk, Vitali Samoilov, Sergei Mylnikov.

West Germany

Christian Brittig, Helmut de Raaf, Peter Draisaitl, Ronald Fischer, Georg Franz, Karl Friesen, Dieter Hegen, Georg Holzmann, Udo Kießling, Harold Kreis, Horst-Peter Kretschmer, Dieter Medicus, Andreas Niederberger, Peter Obresa, Joachim Reil, Roy Roedger, Peter Schiller, Josef Schlickenrieder, Manfred Schuster, Helmut Steiger, Bernd Truntschka, Gerd Truntschka, Manfred Wolf

Results

Group A

  • February 14
    • Canada 1-0 Poland
    • Sweden 13-2 France
    • Switzerland 2-1 Finland
  • February 16
    • Canada 4-2 Switzerland
    • Sweden 1-1 Poland
    • Finland 10-1 France
  • February 18
    • Finland 3-1 Canada
    • Poland 6-2 France*
    • Sweden 4-2 Switzerland
  • February 20
    • Canada 9-5 France
    • Finland 3-3 Sweden
    • Switzerland 4-1 Poland
  • February 22
    • Canada 2-2 Sweden
    • Finland 5-1 Poland
    • Switzerland 9-0 France
  • Jaroslaw Morawiecki tested positive for testosterone, therefore, Poland was stripped of its victory against France. France was recorded as having a 2-0 win; it, however, wasn't recorded in the standings.

Group B

  • February 13
    • West Germany 2-1 Czechoslovakia
    • Soviet Union 5-0 Norway
    • United States 10-6 Austria
  • February 15
    • West Germany 7-3 Norway
    • Soviet Union 8-1 Austria
    • Czechoslovakia 7-5 United States
  • February 17
    • West Germany 3-1 Austria
    • Czechoslovakia 10-1 Norway
    • Soviet Union 7-5 United States
  • February 19
    • Czechoslovakia 4-0 Austria
    • Soviet Union 6-3 West Germany
    • United States 6-3 Norway
  • February 21
    • Soviet Union 6-1 Czechoslovakia
    • Austria 4-4 Norway
    • West Germany 4-1 United States

Medal Round

  • February 24
    • Soviet Union 5-0 Canada
    • Sweden 6-2 Czechoslovakia
    • Finland 8-0 West Germany
  • February 26
    • Canada 8-1 West Germany
    • Czechoslovakia 5-2 Finland
    • Soviet Union 7-1 Sweden
  • February 27
    • Canada 6-3 Czechoslovakia
  • February 28
    • Sweden 3-2 West Germany
    • Finland 2-1 Soviet Union
  • February 23

11th place game France 8-6 Norway

9th place game Austria 3-2 Poland

  • February 25

7th place game United States 8-4 Switzerland

Top Scorers

  1. Vladimir Krutov 8 6 9 15 0
  2. Igor Larionov 8 4 9 13 4
  3. Vyacheslav Fetisov 8 4 9 13 6
  4. Corey Millen 8 6 5 11 4
  5. Dusan Pasek 8 6 5 11 8
  6. Sergei Makarov 8 3 8 11 10
  7. Erkki Lehtonen 8 4 6 10 2
  8. Anders Eldebrink 8 4 6 10 4
  9. Igor Liba 8 4 6 10 8
  10. Gerd Truntschka 8 3 7 10 10

Final Ranking

  1. Soviet Union
  2. Finland
  3. Sweden
  4. Canada
  5. West Germany
  6. Czechoslovakia
  7. United States
  8. Switzerland
  9. Austria
  10. Poland
  11. France
  12. Norway


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