The trouble is, that I have collected info about these tournaments since 1996, so I've had to make some thinking about that, what info comes into the presentations and what comes not. With MVP, I am that ambitious, that I'd like to add all to my presentations, but so far not enough info of the MVPs.
With the all stars, since the alls stars really started in the IIHF tournaments in the 1950's (and as far as I know, officially in the 1960's), I think it's not fair to start only from there.
With the little points, there had to be some thinking too about that, what comes in, what comes not.
With Bill Warwick, based on my info, he was the best Canadian in this decade. Based on the same info, Putskhov was the essential man on the Sovjet success. Yes, Bobrov was great. But the main reason for my judgement was, that in the 1950's Sovjet Union was only the second best nation internationally.
Yes, Vasiljev was. But then; his team was the best one, so Marjamäki had to do more to get into the level he did.
The Shuvalov thing, that was just that little point, you were hoping for!
OK, here is some feed-back. I guess, I have to say, that these are only my judgements, not meant to be any God's word in any way.
Still, thank you very much for your feedback. The English version of the other half will be coming soon, so there will be something about the best line (at least I think so!).
The English version of the other half will be coming soon, so there will be something about the best line (at least I think so!).
All the best
It is a good thing, I guess, however I think that pretty much everybody who has even a decent knowledge about european hockey will already know all about lines and d-men pairings like these:
Valeri Kharlamov - Vladimir Petrov - Boris Mikhailov
Bohuslav Stastny - Jiri Novak - Vladimir Martinec
Valeri Vasiljev - Vladimir Lutshenko
Frantisek Pospisil - Oldrich Machac
in my opinion instead of telling too much about them one should concentrate telling more about lines and d-men pairings like these:
Jiri Tozicka - Josef Malecek - Karel Hromadka
Stanislav Konopacek - Vladimir Zabrodsky - Vaclav Rosinak
Vsevolod Bobrov - Jevgeni Babitsh - Viktor Shuvalov
Venjamin Aleksandrov - Aleksander Almetov - Konstantin Loktev
Anatoli Firsov - Viktor Polupanov/Aleksander Maltsev - Vladimir Vikulov
Eduard Ivanov - Aleksander Ragulin
Or maybe one should tell more about not so well known finnish lines and d-men pairings like these:
Juhani Tamminen - Veli-Pekka Ketola - Esa Peltonen
Juha Rantasila - Heikki Riihiranta
Ilpo Koskela - Seppo Lindstrom
But this is only my opinion, others may find all of those rather boring subjects. However the sad fact is that there really is not too much information available in the internet involving european hockey players in the pre 40´s or even from the pre 60´s. Other than stats and rosters. That is also why I find your website rather interesting but too limited. I also know from my own experiences that it could be really hard to find any information concerning really old time players and tournaments. And I am not talking about lines or stuff like that but overall information concerning someones whole career. If you could include atleast some of that information in your website then it would make it a lot more interesting. Then it would contain something that one could not find anywhere else. It would be like a databank about old players and tournaments. I haven´t yet seen a website like that. And I am still looking.
Germany: European championship time: most of them. Not complete WC and Olympic: 1954, 1965 and 1969. Pre-championship rosters: 1962 and 1963.
Switzerland: European championship time: no full or partial rosters between 1910-29, except for 1926. WC and Olympic times: not complete rosters: 1949, 1955, 1963,1965,1966,1967 and 1969. Not confirmed roster: 1954.
Austria: European championship time: no full or partial rosters between 1912-29, except for 1927. WC and Olympic times: not complete rosters: 1949, 1952, 1959, 1963, 1967, 1968. Not confirmed rosters: 1938, 1957, 1965,1966.
All right, this is the situation of the medal-winning teams at the moment. Of the rest I have partial rosters here and there, sometimes even full rosters! I hope to have enlightened you my current situation somehow!
I'm realy interesting in history of Ice Hockey. Can You please give me
any information about who was autors of goals in these matches on Olympic
games in 1924 in Chamonix? Canada-Czechoslovakia 30:0
Canada-Great Britain 19:2
I'll very thankful if you help me in my research. Every different information is very cost for me.
All right, here are some game sums. But they tend to vary according to sources. One way to find out more is to join the international hockey gang. There are some people, for example Franco and Svetovy Pohar, who really know a lot about the goalscores of the tournaments.
Those, who are interested in the goalscores of my website: I have added some new info on goalscoring of Germany/West-Germany from 1927 til 1969! And some goalscoring of the other teams of the 1934 Milan, Italy tournament!
I hope, you will enjoy about it and any new info on goalscoring of that time is welcome!