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The 2009 IIHF World Ranking is the 2009 version of the annual IIHF World Ranking.

Men's

Men's 2009 World Ranking
Country Points
before
2009
Points
from
2009
Total Change
+/-
1  Russia (WC) 2000 1200 3200 +1
2  Canada 2000 1160 3160 −1
3  Sweden (OC) 1975 1120 3095
4  Finland 1990 1060 3050
5  United States of America 1815 1100 2915 +1
6  Czech Republic 1875 1040 2915 –1
7  Switzerland 1765 960 2725
8  Belarus 1660 1000 2660 +1
9  Slovakia 1680 940 2635 –1
10  Latvia 1590 1020 2610 +1
11  Norway 1625 920 2545 +1
12  Germany 1620 840 2460 −2
13  Denmark 1565 880 2445
14  France 1440 900 2325 +4
15  Italy 1510 780 2290 −1
16  Austria 1425 860 2285
17  Slovenia 1430 760 2190 −2
18  Kazakhstan 1365 800 2165 +1
19  Ukraine 1395 740 2135 −2
20  Hungary 1310 820 2130
21  Japan 1245 720 1965 +1
22  Poland 1260 680 1940 −1
23  Lithuania 1150 660 1810
24  Netherlands 1115 640 1755
25  United Kingdom 995 700 1695 +4
26  Croatia 1055 620 1675
27  Estonia 1115 520 1635 −2
28  Romania 1025 580 1605 −1
29  China 950 460 1410 −1
30  South Korea 835 560 1395 +1
31  Australia 785 600 1385 +2
32  Serbia 825 540 1365 −2
33  Belgium 755 500 1255 +1
34  Spain 685 480 1165 +2
35  Bulgaria 740 420 1160 −3
36  Israel 690 380 1070 −1
37  Iceland 590 440 1030 +1
38  Mexico 625 400 1025 −1
39  New Zealand 530 320 850
40  South Africa 450 340 790 +2
41  Turkey 450 300 750
42  Ireland 480 240 720 −2
43  North Korea 345 360 705 +1
44  Luxembourg 420 280 700 −1
45  Mongolia 295 220 515
46  Greece 180 260 440
47  Bosnia and Herzegovina 150 150
48  Armenia 70 70

Women's

To be added.

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