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The 1941 International Week of Winter Sports (German: Internationale Wintersportwoche) was held from February 19-23, 1941 in Garmisch-Patenkirchen, Germany. The hockey tournament was won by Germany, who defeated Sweden in the final.

The competition served as an unofficial European Championship.

TournamentEdit

First roundEdit

Group AEdit

HUN GER SVK W T L Goals Pts
1. Flag of Hungary with arms (state).svg Hungary *** 0:0 6:0 1 1 0 6:0 3
2. Flag of Germany 1933.svg Germany 0:0 *** 3:2 1 1 0 3:2 3
3. Flag of First Slovak Republic Slovak Republic 0:6 2:3 *** 0 0 2 2:9 0

Group BEdit

SUI YUG NED W T L Goals Pts
1. Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland *** 13:0 19:0 2 0 0 32:0 4
2. Flag of Yugoslavia.svg Yugoslavia 0:13 *** 4:2 1 0 1 4:15 2
3. Flag of the Netherlands.svg Netherlands 0:19 2:4 *** 0 0 2 2:23 0

Group CEdit

SWE ROM ITA W T L Goals Pts
1. Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden *** 6:0 10:3 2 0 0 16:3 4
2. Flag of Romania.svg Romania 0:6 *** 5:2 1 0 1 5:8 2
3. Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg Italy 3:10 2:5 *** 0 0 2 5:15 0

Final roundEdit

Semifinals
  • Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden - Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland 2:0 (1:0, 1:0, 0:0)
  • Flag of Germany 1933.svg Germany - Flag of Hungary with arms (state).svg Hungary 3:1 (1:0, 2:1, 0:0)
3rd place
  • Flag of Switzerland.svg Switzerland - Flag of Hungary with arms (state).svg Hungary 4:2 (2:0, 1:1, 1:1)
Final
  • Flag of Germany 1933.svg Germany - Flag of Sweden.svg Sweden 2:1 (1:0, 1:1, 0:0)

Team rostersEdit

Place Team Player
1 Flag of Germany 1933.svg.png Germany Goaltender: Josef Wurm. Skaters: Fritz Demmer, Walter Feistritzer, Gustav Jaenecke, Ludwig Kuhn, Oskar Nowak, Herbert Schibukat, Walter Schmiedinger, Rudolf Tobien, Karl Wild.
2 Flag of Sweden.svg.png Sweden Goaltender: Kurre Svanberg. Skaters: Ake Andersson, Stig-Emanuel Andersson, Sven Bergqvist, Masen Jansson, Ragge Johansson, Bertil Lundell, Holger Nurmela.
3 Flag of Switzerland.svg.png Switzerland Goaltender: Hugo Muller. Skaters: Christian Badrutt, Pic Cattini, Hans Cattini, Franz Geromini, Charly Kessler, Heini Lohrer, Ruedi Beat, Bibi Torriani, Hans Trauffer.
4 Flag of Hungary with arms (state).svg.png Hungary Goaltender: Istvan Hircsak. Skaters: Laszlo Biro, Bela Gosztonyi, Bela Haray, Frigyes Helmeczi, Bela Palfalvy, Ferenc Szamosi.
5 Flag of Romania.svg.png Romania Goaltender: Dorin Dron. Skaters: Paul Anastasiu, Alexandru Botez, Dede Cosman, Hans Dlugos, Mihai Flamaropol, Eduard Pana, Robert Sadowski, Radu Tanase, Alexandru Teodorescu, Stefan Tomovici.
6 Flag of Yugoslavia.svg.png Yugoslavia Goaltender: Ivan Rihar. Skaters: Mirko Erzen, Joze Gogala, Oto Gregoric, Karel Pavletic, Tone Pogacnik, Ludovik Zitnik.
7 Flag of First Slovak Republic Slovak Republic Goaltender: Petrovich. Skaters: Stefan Demko, Karel Šmída, Jan Olejnik, Frantisek Javůrek, Reimann, Anton Luther, Trnovski, Martin Štolc, Rudolph Tomášek (?).
8 Flag of Italy (1861-1946).svg.png Italy Goaltender: Augusto Gerosa. Skaters: Egidio Bruciamonti, Tino de Mazzeri, Ignazio Dionisi, Aldo Federici, Dino Innocenti, Franco Rossi, Decio Trovati.
9 Flag of the Netherlands.svg.png Netherlands Goaltender: Joost Van Os. Skaters: Martin Lammerts, Frans Vaal. Others unknown.

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