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The Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament (also known as the U-18 Junior World Cup and formerly known as the Pacific Cup and the Nations Cup) is an annual event held each August for national under-18 ice hockey teams from around the world. Unlike its primary counterpart, the IIHF World U18 Championships, the U-18 Junior World Cup is not an official International Ice Hockey Federation tournament. Its namesake, Ivan Hlinka, was one of the first superstars in Czechoslovak hockey - both domestically and internationally.

Having been hosted in Slovakia since 1997, the U-18 Junior World Cup took on the name Ivan Hlinka Memorial Tournament after Hlinka's death in 2004.

Results

Year Gold Silver Bronze Venue
1991 Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Sapporo/Yokohama Flag of Japan
1992 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Japan Japan Tokyo Flag of Japan
1993 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of the United States United States Flag of Canada Canada Yokohama Flag of Japan
1994 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Flag of Russia Russia Mexico City Flag of Mexico
1995 Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Yokohama Flag of Japan
1996 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Flag of Finland Finland Nelson/Castlegar, British Columbia Flag of Canada
1997 Flag of Canada Canada] Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Slovakia Slovakia Jihlava/Žďár nad Sázavou/Znojmo Flag of the Czech Republic
1998 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Slovakia Slovakia Bratislava Flag of Slovakia
1999 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Havlíčkův Brod/Třebíč/Znojmo Flag of the Czech Republic
2000 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Kežmarok Flag of Slovakia
2001 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Russia Russia Kolín/Mladá Boleslav/Nymburk Flag of the Czech Republic
2002 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Russia Russia Břeclav Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2003 Flag of the United States United States Flag of Russia Russia Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Břeclav Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2004 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Sweden Sweden Břeclav/Hodonín Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2005 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the Czech Republic Czech Republic Flag of Finland Finland Břeclav Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2006 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of the United States United States Flag of Russia Russia Břeclav Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2007 Flag of Sweden Sweden Flag of Finland Finland Flag of Russia Russia Hodonín Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2008 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden Hodonín Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia
2009 Flag of Canada Canada Flag of Russia Russia Flag of Sweden Sweden Břeclav/Hodonín Flag of the Czech Republic / Piešťany Flag of Slovakia

Medal leaders

Country Gold Silver Bronze Medals
 Canada 14 2 1 17
Flag of Russia Russia / Flag of Soviet Union Soviet Union 3 4 5 12
 United States of America 1 6 2 9
 Sweden 1 0 3 4
 Czech Republic 0 6 3 9
 Finland 0 1 2 3
 Slovakia 0 0 2 2
 Japan 0 0 1 1

External links

  • History from Hockey Canada
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