1933 World Ice Hockey Championships


1933 World Ice Hockey Championships

The 1933 Men's Ice Hockey World Championships were held between February 18 and February 26, 1933 in Prague, Czechoslovakia.

Games

First round February 18 to February 20

*Group AAustria 3 - 0 Italy
Czechoslovakia 8 - 0 Romania
Italy 2 - 0 Romania
Czechoslovakia 2 - 1 Austria
Austria 7 - 1 Romania
Czechoslovakia 3 - 1 Italy

Final Standings – Group A

Second round February 21 to February 23

*Group DAustria 1 - 0 "a.p." Hungary
Canada 5 - 0 Germany
Germany 4 - 0 Hungary
Canada 4 - 0 Austria
Canada 3 - 1 Hungary
Austria 2 - 0 Germany

Final Standings – Group D

*Group EUnited States 7 - 0 Switzerland
Czechoslovakia 1 - 0 Poland
United States 4 - 0 Poland
Czechoslovakia 1 - 0 Switzerland
Switzerland 3 - 1 Poland
United States 6 - 0 Czechoslovakia

Final Standings – Group E

Matches of classification February 24
Romania 3 - 2 Belgium
Latvia 2 - 0 Italy

Fifth place Game February 24
Germany 1 - 1 Switzerland

Seventh place Game February 24
Hungary 1 - 1 Poland

Ninth place Game February 24
Romania 1 - 0 Latvia

Semi-Finals February 25
United States 4 - 0 Austria
Canada 4 - 0 Czechoslovakia

Third place Game February 26
Czechoslovakia 2 - 0 Austria

Final February 26
United States 2 - 1 "a.p." Canada

Source

information based upon German version at http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eishockey-Weltmeisterschaft_1933


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