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Shirt badge/Association crest
The small coat of arms of Serbia is the badge used on the players jerseys.
Nickname(s) Бели Орлови (White Eagles)
Association Serbian Ice Hockey Association
General Manager Serbia Dragoslav Pajić
Head coach Canada Mark Pederson
Assistants Sweden Morgan Persson
Canada Ray Gallagher
Most games Boris Gabić (16)
Most points Marko Kovačević (29)
IIHF ranking 29
Highest IIHF ranking 29 (first in 2003)
Lowest IIHF ranking 32 (2009)
Team colours               
First international
Ukraine  15 - 3 Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg Yugoslavia
(March 20, 1995; Sofia, Bulgaria)
Biggest win
Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg Serbia and Montenegro 19 - 0 Luxembourg 
(April 9, 2003; Seoul, South Korea)
Biggest defeat
 Ukraine 21 - 0 Yugoslavia Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg
(December 18, 1996; Tychy, Poland)
 Norway 21 - 0 Serbia and Montenegro Flag of Serbia and Montenegro.svg
(November 12, 2004; Stavanger, Norway)
International record (W–L–T)

The Serbian national ice hockey team is the national men's ice hockey team of Serbia, and a member of the International Ice Hockey Federation. They are currently ranked 32nd in the IIHF World Rankings and competes in IIHF World Championship Division I.

2009 World Championship Div II roster [1]

  • Head coach: Canada Aleksandar Ucur
  • Assistant coaches: Sweden Morgan Persson Canada Filip Filipi
Pos. No. Player Team
GK 1 Milan Luković Serbia Novi Sad
GK 20 Fedor Aranički Serbia HK Vojvodina
D 2 Daniel Jacob Serbia HK Vojvodina
D 6 Filip Mirković Serbia HK Vojvodina
D 7 Goran Ristić Serbia Novi Sad
D 12 Ivan Tumbas Serbia HK Vojvodina
D 16 Stefan Ilić Serbia Crvena Zvezda
D 19 Marco Kovačević Serbia HK Vojvodina
D 24 Branko Mamić Serbia Novi Sad
F 3 Bojan Janković Serbia Partizan Belgrade
F 4 Bogdan Janković Serbia Partizan Belgrade
F 5 Miloš Babić Serbia HK Vojvodina
F 9 Marc Fournier Serbia HK Vojvodina
F 10 Marko Prokić Serbia Partizan Belgrade
F 11 Csaba Prokec Sweden IK Pantern
F 13 Uroš Breštović Serbia HK Vojvodina
F 14 Boris Gabrić Serbia Partizan Belgrade
F 17 Marko Sretović Serbia HK Vojvodina
F 18 Frederick Perowne Serbia HK Vojvodina
F 21 Dejan Pajić Serbia HK Vojvodina
F 22 Aleksandar Košić Serbia Crvena Zvezda
F 23 Marko Milovanić Serbia Partizan Belgrade

External links


  1. ^ "Serbia Roster". [1]. 2009-04-30. 




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