Slovakia men's national ice hockey team
The Slovak national ice hockey team is the national ice hockey national team Slovakia. The IIHF World Ranking lead them to sixth place. The team is led by Among Slovak Ice Hockey Federation. In the last decade, winning three medals at the Ice Hockey World Championships, including 2002, the gold medal.
Between 1993 and 1996 the national team was supervised by Július Šupler that led to this in the top division of the World Cup. In the 1997 World Series Jozef Golonka was behind the band before Ján Šterbák took office. Between June 1999 and 2002 Ján Filc was national coach and led the team to the world title in 2002.
Following the resignation Filcs In 2002, František Hossa, the father of Marian Hossa, whose posts and culminated with the national team in 2003, the bronze medal at the Weltmeisterschaft.2006 he was replaced as Julius Šupler, the after the disappointing performance of the Slovaks in the World Ice Hockey Championships Men was released in 2008 and was replaced by Ján Filc. From March 2010 Glen Hanlon was national coach after Filc had resigned after the 2010 Winter Olympics. Since August 2011 Vůjtek is coach of the Slovak national team.
Placements at World Championships
World Cup 2002 squad
The U18 team finished the last tournament in their age class also in 7th place.
- Czechoslovak national ice hockey team