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Canada Vs. Russia All-Time Results
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June 13, 2012
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When it comes to international hockey rivalries, there is simply nothing that compares to Canada vs. Russia.

From the first meeting at the 1954 IIHF World Championship to the latest match-up, a quarter-final win for Canada at the 2012 IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship, the Canadians and Russians have given hockey fans more than their fair share of memorable moments.

And despite all the world championship and Olympic meetings, it’s the IIHF Ice Hockey U20 World Championship that has made Canada vs. Russia what it is. Since the first official World Juniors in 1977, the two countries have combined for 28 of 36 gold medals, and have finished No. 1 and No. 2 on 13 different occasions.

So who has had the upper hand when the international hockey powers have faced off?

  • NOTE: also includes games against Soviet Union (1977-91), CIS (1992) and Unified Team (1992)

  • IIHF ICE HOCKEY U20 WORLD CHAMPIONSHIP

  • Soviet Union 6, Canada 4 – – Zvolen, Czechoslovakia (round robin)
  • Soviet Union 3, Canada 2 – – Quebec City, Que. (preliminary round)
  • Soviet Union 8, Canada 5 – – Vantaa, Finland (preliminary round)
  • Soviet Union 7, Canada 3 – – Landsberg, West Germany (preliminary round)
  • Canada 7, Soviet Union 0 – – Winnipeg, Man. (round robin)
  • Soviet Union 7, Canada 3 – – Leningrad, Soviet Union (round robin)
  • Canada 3, Soviet Union 3 – – Norrkoping, Sweden (round robin)
  • Canada 5, Soviet Union 0 – – Turku, Finland (round robin)
  • Soviet Union 4, Canada 1 – – Hamilton, Ont. (round robin)
  • Canada 4, Soviet Union 2 – – Piestany, Czechoslovakia (round robin – game suspended)
  • Canada 3, Soviet Union 2 – – Moscow, Soviet Union (round robin)
  • Soviet Union 7, Canada 2 – – Anchorage, Alaska (round robin)
  • Canada 6, Soviet Union 4 – – Helsinki, Finland (round robin)
  • Canada 3, Soviet Union 2 – – Saskatoon, Sask. (round robin)
  • CIS 7, Canada 2 – – Füssen, Germany (round robin)
  • Canada 9, Russia 1 – – Gävle, Sweden (round robin)
  • Canada 3, Russia 3 – – Frydek-Mistek, Czech Republic (round robin)
  • Canada 8, Russia 5 – – Red Deer, Alta. (round robin)
  • Canada 4, Russia 3 – – Boston, Mass. (semifinal)
  • Canada 3, Russia 2 – – Geneva, Switzerland (semifinal)
  • Russia 2, Canada 1 (OT) – – Hämeenlinna, Finland (quarter-final)
  • Russia 3, Canada 2 (OT) – – Winnipeg, Man. (gold medal game)
  • Russia 3, Canada 2 – – Skelleftea, Sweden (semifinal)
  • Russia 3, Canada 1 – – Moscow, Russia (preliminary round)
  • Canada 5, Russia 2 – – Hradec Králové, Czech Republic (preliminary round)
  • Russia 5, Canada 4 – – Pardubice, Czech Republic (gold medal game)
  • Russia 3, Canada 2 – – Halifax, N.S. (gold medal game)
  • Canada 6, Russia 1 – – Grand Forks, N.D. (gold medal game)
  • Canada 5, Russia 0 – – Vancouver, B.C. (gold medal game)
  • Canada 4, Russia 2 – – Leksand, Sweden (gold medal game)
  • Canada 6, Russia 5 (SO) – – Ottawa, Ont. (semifinal)
  • Canada 6, Russia 3 – – Buffalo, N.Y. (preliminary round)
  • Russia 5, Canada 3 – – Buffalo, N.Y. (gold medal game)
  • Russia 6, Canada 5 – – Calgary, Alta. (semifinal)

  • ALL-TIME RECORD – Russia leads 16-15-2 (not including suspended 1987 game)

  • CANADA-RUSSIA SUPER SERIES

  • Canada 4, Russia 2 – – Ufa, Russia

  • Canada 3, Russia 0 – – Ufa, Russia
  • Canada 6, Russia 2 – – Omsk, Russia
  • Canada 4, Russia 2 – – Omsk, Russia
  • Canada 8, Russia 1 – – Winnipeg, Man.
  • Canada 4, Russia 1 – – Saskatoon, Sask.
  • Canada 4, Russia 4 – – Red Deer, Alta.
  • Canada 6, Russia 1 – – Vancouver, B.C.

  • ALL-TIME RECORD – Canada leads 7-0-1

  • OTHER INTERNATIONAL EVENTS

  • IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship – Russia leads 34-12-4

  • Olympic Winter Games – Russia leads 9-2-0
  • 1972 Summit Series – Canada leads 4-3-1
  • Canada Cup – Canada leads 5-3-2
  • World Cup of Hockey – Canada leads 2-0-0
  • IIHF Ice Hockey U18 World Championship – tied 5-5-0
  • summer U18 tournaments – Canada leads 10-4-0


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