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Armenia
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Association Ice Hockey Federation of Armenia
Head coach Doug Decesare
Assistants Karo Blikian
Aram Abrahamian
Aram Vartanian
Captain Raffi Kajberouni
Most games Artak Martirosyan (12)
Most points Gevork Kandakharyan (14)
IIHF ranking 48
Highest IIHF ranking 45 (2004)
Lowest IIHF ranking 48 (first in 2008)
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First international
 Ireland 15 - 1 Armenia 
(Reykjavík, Iceland; March 17, 2004)
Biggest win
 Armenia 6 - 0 Ireland 
(Reykjavík, Iceland; April 27, 2006)
Biggest defeat
 Mexico 48 - 0 Armenia 
(Mexico City, Mexico; March 11, 2005)[1]
International record (W–L–T)
2-12-0

The Armenian national ice hockey team is the national men's ice hockey team of Armenia. They are currently ranked last (48th) in the world due to a disastrous performance at the 2005 World Division III Championships which included a 48-0 loss to Mexico. The team has also failed to play a single game in the two previous world championships, which meant an automatic ranking of dead last in both tournaments. After finishing last in the 2004 and 2005 Division III tournaments, they won their first two games ever in 2006 defeating Ireland and Luxembourg. They are controlled by the Ice Hockey Federation of Armenia.

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Top players

3 - Apelian, Garbis

9 - Arabyan, Steve

22 - Arabyan, Arsen

9 - Avetissian, Jack

13 - Balian, Mike

12 - Boyamyan, Albert

3 - Boyamyan, Hakop

18 - Bubushyan, Armen (Assistant Captain)

2 - Defterderian, Aram

23 - Defterderian, Smbat

4 - Demirchyan, Gokor

23 - Elmazian, Joe

69- Gustafsson, Christopher (A.K.A. "Gustaficles")

10 - Galstyan, Martin

14 - Kandaharian, Greg

21 - Khatchatryan, Levon (R.I.P)

2 - Kazanchyan, Johno (Captain)

25 - Kazaryan, Lavik

10 - Ketchedjian, Arthur

15 - Keshishyan, Eddie

7 - Keshishyan, Harout

22 - Mazmanyan, Sako

5 - Sirmabekyan, Koko

14 - Tagvoryan, David

25 - Kasumyan, Artin

24 - Zamkochyan, Peter (Assistant Captain)

World Championships record

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