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Sandviken and Trollhättan, 24-28 January (B) and 29 January-5 February (A)


 


The World Championship A was played in the Göransson Arena, Sandviken, Sweden 29 January-5 February. Sweden won the tournament and became World Champion for the first time since 2012. The Championship B was held in Trollhättan, Sweden, 24-28 January.

Arenans entré


1 SWEDEN

Andreas Bergwall, Patrik Hedberg, Per Hellmyrs, Andreas Westh, Martin Johansson, Daniel Berlin, Hans Andersson, Johan Löfstedt, Linus Pettersson, Erik Säfström, Jesper Eriksson, Daniel Mossberg, Erik Pettersson, Christoffer Edlund, Adam Gilljam, Patrik Nilsson, David Pizzoni Elfving, Daniel Andersson, Svenne Olsson (Head coach)

2 RUSSIA       

Roman Chernyk, Artyom Bondarenko, Maksim Ishkeldin, , Almaz Mirgazov, Alan Dzhusoev, Dmitri Saveljev, Sergei Shaburov, Janis Befus, Yuri Shardakov, Aleksei Shishov, Valeri Ivkin, Vasili Granovski, Denis Rysev, Pavel Bulatov, Nikita Ivanov, Aleksandr Antipov, Mihail Prokofyev, Yevgeni Ivanushkin, Sergei Mjaus (Head coach)

3 FINLAND

Teemu Määttä, Joonas Peuhkuri, Mikko Rytkönen, Markus Kumpuoja, Samuli Helavuori, Juho Liukkonen, Tuomas Liukkonen, Ville Aaltonen, Kimmo Kyllönen, Ilari Moisala, Jimi Heinonen, Rolf Larsson, Pertti Virtanen, Eetu Peuhkuri, Pekka Rintala, Mikko Lukkarila, Janne Rintala, Tuomas Määttä, Antti Parviainen (Head coach).


BEST GOAL SCORERS A-CHAMPIONSHIP

16 goals
Nikolai Rustad Jensen, Norway
15 goals
Christoffer Edlund, Sweden
14 goals
Erik Pettersson, Sweden
13 goals
Yevgeny Ivanushkin, Russia
12 goals
Mikhail Dunaev, Germany
11 goals
Daniel Andersson, Sweden
10 goals
Patrik Nilsson, Sweden
8 goals
Kevin Brown, USA and Almaz Mirgazov, Russia
7 goals
Janis Befus, Russia, Sondre Bratvold Kristoffersen, Norway and Johan Löfstedt, Sweden
6 goals
Artyom Bondarenko, Russia, Mike Carman, USA, Alexander Kuznetsov, Germany and Sergei Potkhunov, Kazakhstan


BEST GOAL SCORERS B-CHAMPIONSHIP

17 goals
Roman Murzin, Mongolia 

15 goals
Brendan Ellement, Canada and Ronnie Polgar, Hungary
14 goals
Pavel Hlavachek, Czech Republic

15 goals
Andrei Markovichenko, Ukraine

14 goals
Pavel Hlavasek, Czech Republic
12 goals
Vladislav Andrejev, Estonia
10 goals
Brett Gavriloff and Jeffrey Krul, Canada
9 goals
Maxim Eisbrunner, Mongolia, Robert Thelin, Hungary and Jiri Zhak, Czech Republic


BEST PLAYERS A-CHAMPIONSHIP

Yuri Shardakov Photo: SKA Neftyanik

Goal keeper Andreas Bergwall, Sweden

Defender David Pizzoni Elfving, Sweden

Midfielder Yuri Shardakov, Russia

Forward Christoffer Edlund, Sweden

Most Valuable Player Johan Löfstedt, Sweden