Ice hockey at the 2011 Asian Winter Games

Ice hockey at the 2011 Asian Winter Games was held in Astana (males) and Almaty (females) in Kazakhstan from 28 January to 6 February.

Ice hockey
at the 2011 Asian Winter Games
VenueKazakhstan Sports Palace
Baluan Sholak Sports Palace
Dates28 January – 6 February
Competitors350 from 13 nations

For these games, the men were competing in a 14-team tournament, and the women in a 5-team tournament. Ice hockey preliminaries actually started two days before the Opening Ceremony of the Games on 30 January.

For the first time ever, there were two divisions in the male competition so as to avoid one sided games seen at the last edition of the games.[1] India and Qatar withdrew [2][3] and 12 nations competed in the Men's tournament. All games was played at the Kazakhstan Sports Palace (Arena 1 and 2) in Astana. Kyrgyzstan and Bahrain made their debuts at an international ice hockey tournament.

Schedule

Classification Round Last round
Event↓/Date →28th
Fri
29th
Sat
30th
Sun
31st
Mon
1st
Tue
2nd
Wed
3rd
Thu
4th
Fri
5th
Sat
6th
Sun
Men
Women

Medalists

Event Gold Silver Bronze
Men
 Kazakhstan
Vitaliy Yeremeyev
Roman Savchenko
Vitaliy Novopashin
Alexey Litvinenko
Maxim Semenov
Talgat Zhailauov
Yevgeniy Blokhin
Dmitriy Upper
Vitaliy Kolesnik
Ilya Solarev
Fedor Polishchuk
Dmitriy Dudarev
Maxim Belyayev
Yevgeniy Bumagin
Alexey Vassilchenko
Ivan Poloshkov
Andrey Gavrilin
Yevgeniy Fadeyev
Roman Starchenko
Maxim Khudyakov
Alexey Koledayev
Vadim Krasnoslobodtsev
Yevgeniy Rymarev
 Japan
Jun Tonosaki
Aaron Keller
Makoto Kawashima
Masato Domeki
Yosuke Kon
Masahito Suzuki
Masahito Nishiwaki
Yosuke Haga
Masafumi Ogawa
Go Tanaka
Takahito Suzuki
Takeshi Saito
Takafumi Yamashita
Shuhei Kuji
Hideyuki Osawa
Hiroki Ueno
Bin Ishioka
Takuma Kawai
Yutaka Fukufuji
Masahito Haruna
Shinya Yanadori
 South Korea
Park Sung-je
Lee Don-ku
Kim Woo-jae
Ahn Hyun-min
Kim Dong-hwan
Kim Won-jung
Cho Min-ho
Kim Yoon-hwan
Kim Ki-sung
Kim Sang-wook
Suh Sin-il
Lee Yong-jun
Kwon Tae-an
Kim Kyu-hun
Kim Geun-ho
Choi Jung-sik
Shin Sang-woo
Song Dong-hwan
Kim Hyun-soo
Park Woo-sang
Kim Hyeok
Eum Hyun-seung
Women
 Kazakhstan
Aizhan Raushanova
Galina Shu
Lyubov Ibragimova
Olga Potapova
Yelena Shtelmaister
Zarina Tukhtiyeva
Viktoriya Mussatayeva
Larissa Sviridova
Galiya Nurgaliyeva
Olga Konysheva
Olga Kryukova
Natalya Yakovchuk
Darya Obydennova
Viktoriya Sazonova
Tatyana Koroleva
Albina Suprun
Anna Kossenko
Alena Fux
Mariya Topkayeva
Alexandra Ashikhina
Natalya Trunova
Anastassiya Orlova
 Japan
Azusa Nakaoku
Shiori Koike
Yoko Kondo
Nachi Fujimoto
Kanae Aoki
Sena Suzuki
Mika Hori
Tomoe Yamane
Mai Morii
Haruna Yoneyama
Yurie Adachi
Chiho Osawa
Moeko Fujimoto
Tomo Eguchi
Saki Shimozawa
Yuka Hirano
Tomoko Sakagami
Shizuka Takahashi
Miho Shishiuchi
Ami Nakamura
Nodoka Abe
 China
Han Danni
Yu Baiwei
Kong Minghui
Lou Yue
Liu Zhixin
Zhang Mengying
Wang Nan
Zhang Ben
Huang Haijing
Jin Fengling
Sun Rui
Ma Rui
Cui Shanshan
Jiang Na
Huo Cui
Fang Xin
Tang Liang
Gao Fujin
Shi Yao
Qi Xueting
Zhang Shuang

Medal table

RankNationGoldSilverBronzeTotal
1 Kazakhstan (KAZ)2002
2 Japan (JPN)0202
3 China (CHN)0011
 South Korea (KOR)0011
Totals (4 nations)2226

Draw

The top division was consisted of five teams, North Korea withdrew and replaced by 2010 IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia winner Chinese Taipei.

Nine teams registered for the premier division.

* India and Qatar withdrew and the format changed into a round robin competition.

Final standing

Men

Rank Team Pld W OTW OTL L
 Kazakhstan44000
 Japan43001
 South Korea42002
4  China41003
5  Chinese Taipei40004
6  Kyrgyzstan66000
7  Thailand65001
8  United Arab Emirates64002
9  Mongolia63003
10  Malaysia62004
11  Athletes from Kuwait61005
12  Bahrain60006

Women

Rank Team Pld W OTW OTL L
 Kazakhstan43100
 Japan42110
 China42011
4  North Korea41003
5  South Korea40004

References

  1. "UAE warms to ice hockey". ocasia.org. 28 January 2011. Retrieved 28 January 2011.
  2. "Players ready to shell out money but govt says no". hindustantimes.com. 20 January 2011. Archived from the original on 4 February 2011. Retrieved 20 January 2011.
  3. "Arena for a medal". iihf.com. 26 January 2011. Archived from the original on 18 October 2012. Retrieved 26 January 2011.
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