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Kyrgyzstan Joins IIHF, Argentina Recognized for Ice Hockey

The IIHF welcomed two new nations into the ice hockey's international community on Saturday. Read up on the development of the sport in the central Asian republic of Kyrgyzstan and Argentina, who becomes the first recognized ice hockey nation form South America!

The old AK Bars Kazan line of Sergei Zinoviev, Alexei Morozov and Danis Zaripov shows why it has...

The old AK Bars Kazan line of Sergei Zinoviev, Alexei Morozov and Danis Zaripov shows why it has been so dominant in international competition in a 2nd round game against Denmark at the 2011 World Championships. Sergei Zinoviev scored a hat trick in the game.

Kiril Starkov undresses the Russian defense to set up a perfect assist for Nichlas Hardt. Russian...

Kiril Starkov undresses the Russian defense to set up a perfect assist for Nichlas Hardt. Russian goaltender Evgeni Nabokov injures himself on the play.

Ales Kranjc makes it 0-1 for Slovenia in their opening game against Slovakia on a great rush....

Ales Kranjc makes it 0-1 for Slovenia in their opening game against Slovakia on a great rush. Slovenia would later lose the game 3-1.

Candidate Cities for 2018 Olympics Take Campaigns to Media

The three finalists for the 2018 Winter Olympics are making their final preparations to IOC delegates leading up to July's vote in South Africa. Find out how the bids from Germany, France, and South Korea stack up against each other, and how this might affect the hockey tournament.

Poland goes perfect in IIHF Women's Debut

Four countries got their first IIHF victories in Women's Hockey this past week as the IIHF introduced a new Division 5 level. Poland, making their international debut, was more than up to the task, and look like a nation on the rise in the sport.

SC Bern takes on the IIHF

Over the past two years, former participants in the Champions Hockey League have been trying to get compensation for lost revenue from the IIHF after the cancellation of both the 2009-10 season and the current one. Now, SC Bern is taking the IIHF to court to settle the dispute, with other teams looking to follow.

Passing the Buck on Growing Women's Hockey

European federations don't want their junior aged male hockey players going to North America to play, but they want NA to take their female players. Puck Worlds tries to figure out the (il)logic for the discrepancy.

European Power Play

On the first full day of sessions at the 2010 World Hockey Summit, European federations spoke out against the practice of Canadian and American major junior players taking import players. For a further look at why this is viewed as a problem, read on.

European Hockey for Dummies

Training camps are already beginning in some European professional hockey leagues. Here's an introduction to the top leagues, and how they compare with each other.

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