Ukraine finishes fourth
Host Korea ends tournament winless
Fukufuji, Heinrich, Mursak earn awards
Austria, Slovenia go up
Slovenes earn gold in 3-1 win against Austria
- Fasel, Wu address media With media interest in hockey rising in Korea, IIHF President René Fasel and IIHF Vice President Thomas Wu answered journalists’ questions on Saturday.
- Japan loses and trembles Hungary concludes this year’s Division I with a 5-4 shootout win against Japan. The result brings Austria back to the top division while Japan can only hope.
- Two for three In the most exciting battle for promotion to the top division in recent years, Austria, Japan and Slovenia will play it out for the right to go up.
- Japan plays for promotion For the first time since coming down to Division I in 2005 Japan will play for promotion. Korea will be relegated to Division I Group B after the 4-2 loss.
- Austria defends lead Austria remains undefeated after beating Hungary 5-4 in overtime. The Magyars meanwhile are out of the promotion race since they needed a regulation-time win.
- Slovenia ready for final day Slovenia kept it hopes for promotion alive and defeated Ukraine 5-3 before its final game against undefeated Austria on Saturday.
- Asian rivalry In the most anticipated game for this year’s World Championship Division I Group A host, Korea will face Japan in a young rivalry between these Asian nations.
- Austria avoids shocker It was a shocker of a score when Korea led 3-0 against odds-on favourite Austria after nine minutes but the “eagles” turned the score quickly and won 7-4.
- Japanese sun rising 23.04.2014 Late Yamashita goal gets second win
- Slovenia back on track 23.04.2014 Gracnar earns second shutout against Hungary
- Preparing for 2018 22.04.2014 Gangneung builds up for next Winter Olympics
- Slovenia bounces back 21.04.2014 Host Korea suffers second loss
- Ukraine gets crucial win 21.04.2014 Promoted team blanks Hungary
- Austria comes back 21.04.2014 Second win from behind for eagles
- Hungary spoils Korean party 20.04.2014 Bartalis earns hat trick in high-scoring game
- From Russia with a GWG 20.04.2014 Japan’s Akimoto scores upset against Slovenia
- Narrow goal, narrow win 20.04.2014 Ukraine surprises but Austria scores in overtime
- Ready for the next step? 20.04.2014 Playing in neighbourhood can be chance for Japan
- Rebooting the eagle 18.04.2014 Austria looks for fresh start after sour note in Sochi
- Anything for the team 16.04.2014 Veteran forwards strengthen Hungarian defence
- A hockey phenomenon 16.04.2014 Slovenia aims for promotion despite missing players
- Looking for normality 15.04.2014 United Ukrainians prepare in Far East
- The Black Army Team 04.04.2014 New Korean club surprises Asia with 17 soldiers
- Hungary’s camp roster 04.04.2014 Team travels to Asia with good memories
- Korea unveils roster 03.04.2014 Heading to Khabarovsk for camp
- Craning to trophy 02.04.2014 Kushiro team earns first Asia League title in five years
- New challenge for Korea 26.03.2014 Hosts aim for best Division I result ever in Goyang
- Tickets for Korea 28.02.2014 Sales kick off for Division I in Goyang
- Swift, Young eligible 25.01.2014 Canada-born players ready for Korea
- Big year for Kopitar and Co. 25.12.2013 Veteran coach to guide country’s Olympic debut
- Welcome to Goyang 31.10.2013 Korean venue near Seoul named for Division IA
- New star rises for Korea 31.10.2013 Radunske from Kitchener to Anyang – and further?
- Austrian air for Japanese 31.10.2013 Haga, Mitamura get pre-season experience in Europe
- Nazarov takes over 31.10.2013 New Donbass Donetsk coach to lead Ukraine
Austria v Slovenia (1-3)
Slovenia will join Austria to the 2015 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship thanks to a 3-1 win against their neighbours after Japan missed to beat Hungary.
Hungary v Japan (5-4 SO)
Hungary concludes this year's Division I with a 5-4 shootout win against Japan. The result brings Austria back to the top division while Japan can only hope for a Slovenian loss after missing the opportunity on earning promotion on its own.
Korea v Ukraine (2-8)
Ukraine defeated host Korea 8-2 for the second win at the tournament and a fourth-place finish for the promoted team.
Japan v Korea (4-2)
For the first time since coming down to Division I in 2005 Japan will play for promotion. Korea will be relegated to Division I Group B after the 4-2 loss.
Hungary v Austria (4-5 OT)
Austria remains undefeated after beating Hungary 5-4 in overtime. The Magyars meanwhile are out of the promotion race since they needed a regulation-time win.
Slovenia v Ukraine (5-3)
Slovenia kept it hopes for promotion alive and defeated Ukraine 5-3 before its final game against undefeated Austria on Saturday at the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group A. Slovenia dominated the beginning but Ukraine came back with three power-play goals.
Austria v Korea (7-4)
It was a shocker of a score when Korea led 3-0 against odds-on favourite Austria after nine minutes but the "eagles" turned the score to 5-4 before the first intermission and won 7-4 to top the tournament standings.
Ukraine v Japan (2-3)
Japan and Ukraine have surprised in this tournament but only one team could win on Wednesday and it was Japan thanks to Takuro Yamashita's late 3-2 game-winner.
Slovenia v Hungary (2-0)
Slovenia had a slow start into the tournament against Japan but earned the second win in a row, 2-0 against Hungary, at the 2014 IIHF Ice Hockey World Championship Division I Group A. 20-year-old goalkeeper Luka Gracnar, who was in the net against Korea and today against Hungary, already earned his second shutout in his second game.