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Croatia
Shirt badge/Association crest
The Coat of arms of Croatia is the badge used on the players jerseys.
Association Croatian Ice Hockey Federation
Head coach Slovenia Pavle Kavčič
Assistants Croatia Bruno Bregant
Captain Kresimir Švigir
Most games Veljko Žibret (60)
Most points Mato Mlađenović (48)
IIHF ranking 27
Highest IIHF ranking 26 (first in 2008)
Lowest IIHF ranking 31 (first in 2003)
Croatia national ice hockey team Home & Away Jerseys.png
First international
 Slovakia 6 - 1 Croatia 
(Bratislava, Slovakia; February 9, 1941)[1]
Biggest win
 Croatia 34 - 1 Turkey 
(Zagreb, Croatia; November 20, 1993)
Biggest defeat
 Slovenia 15 - 1 Croatia 
(Zagreb, Croatia; November 7, 1992)
 Slovenia 15 - 1 Croatia 
(Ljubljana, Slovenia; April 15, 2001)
International record (W–L–T)
40-98-8
The Croatian under-20 team, who won the 2009 World Junior Ice Hockey Championships - Division II Group B

The Croatian men's national ice hockey team represents Croatia in IIHF ice hockey competitions. It is organized by the Croatian Ice Hockey Federation. As of 2008 the team is ranked 26th in the world by the IIHF. At the 2010 Men's World Ice Hockey Championships Croatia will compete in Division I.

World Championship 2009 Roster

Goaltenders
# Player Date of Birth Club
1 Nenad Škrapec September 10, 1982 Croatia KHL Zagreb
30 Vanja Belić June 28, 1983 Croatia KHL Zagreb
Defensemen
# Player Date of Birth Club
4 Miroslav Brumerčik September 10, 1976 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
6 Marko Tadić March 3, 1986 Croatia KHL Mladost
10 Igor Jačmenjak August 31, 1979 Croatia KHL Mladost
12 Saša Belić February 7, 1981 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
16 Luka Novosel May 18, 1983 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
24 Nikša Trstenjak November 12, 1990 Croatia KHL Mladost
25 Tomislav Šulevski December 25, 1986 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
26 Mario Sertić February 11, 1988 Croatia KHL Zagreb
Forwards
# Player Date of Birth Club
3 Dominik Kanaet May 6, 1991 Slovakia MHC Martin
8 Petar Trstenjak June 6, 1992 Slovakia HC Slovan Bratislava
11 Viliam Chovanec April 4, 1973 Slovakia HK Sabinov
14 Mato Mlađenović January 8, 1978 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
15 Mario Novak May 8, 1983 Croatia KHL Mladost
17 Borna Rendulić March 25, 1992 Finland Ässät
18 Janko Kučera June 13, 1987 Croatia KHL Mladost
20 Veljko Žibret June 3, 1978 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
22 Tomislav Grozaj August 7, 1985 Croatia KHL Mladost
23 Damir Jakovac October 9, 1981 Croatia KHL Mladost
27 Krešimir Švigir December 20, 1979 Croatia KHL Medveščak Zagreb
28 Matija Kopajtić June 26, 1981 Croatia KHL Zagreb
  • Head Coach: Slovenia Pavle Kavčič
  • Assistant Coach: Croatia Bruno Bregant
  • Team Leader: Croatia Dragutin Ljubić
  • Equipment Manager: Croatia Damir Skec
  • Physiotherapist: Croatia Dražen Miočević
  • Team Doctor: Croatia Vedran Pažur[2]

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