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The World Hockey Championships, held in Oslo, Hamar and Lillehammer, Norway May 1-16, 1999. Top two teams (*) in each pool after preliminary round-robin advance to the qualifying round. Third place teams play in a consolation round. Top two teams from each pool of the qualifying round advance to the semifinals. The semifinals and finals are best-of-two series with a 10-minute overtime if necessary. If teams are still tied, a shootout decides the winner.

Final Round Robin Standings

POOL AW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Canada3-0-06126
*Slovakia2-1-04179
Norway1-2-02914
Italy0-3-00817
POOL BW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Sweden3-0-06145
*Switzerland2-1-04129
Latvia1-2-021414
France0-3-00618
POOL CW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Czech Republic3-0-06235
*United States2-1-04157
Austria1-2-02614
Japan0-3-00523
POOL DW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Finland2-0-15105
*Russia1-0-2496
Belarus1-1-1367
Ukraine0-3-00213

Qualifying Round

POOL EW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Finland3-0-06136
*Canada2-1-04147
United States1-2-0278
Switzerland0-3-00316
POOL FW-L-TPtsGFGA
*Czech Republic2-1-04118
*Sweden2-1-0464
Russia1-1-1397
Slovakia0-2-11512

Semifinals (best of two)

Finland 3Sweden 1
Sweden 2Finland 1†
Canada 2Czech Republic 1
Czech Republic 4*Canada 3
†Finland advances with a goal in OT.
*Czech Republic wins shootout, 4-3.

Bronze Medal Game

Sweden 3Canada 2

Championship (best of two)

Czech Republic 3Finland 1
Finland 4Czech Republic 1*
*Czech Republic wins championship with goal in OT.

Scoring Leaders

 GmGAPtsPM
Saku Koivu, Finland10412164
Teemu Selanne, Finland1138112
Markus Naslund, Sweden10641016
Zigmund Palffy, Slovakia655106
Jan Hlavac, Czech Republic1255104
Martin Rucinsky, Czech Republic12461016
Alexei Yashin, Russia68196
Daniel Alfredsson, Sweden104598
Viktor Ujcik, Czech Republic1262812
Jere Karalahti, Finland125382
Cory Stillman, Canada1044814
David Vyborny, Czech Republic124486
Radek Dvorak, Czech Republic124486
Ted Donato, USA62686
Pavel Kubina, Czech Republic1226812

Goaltending Leaders

(At least 180 minutes)GmMinSv%GAA
Parris Duffus, USA5258.9391.63
Andrei Mezin, Belarus6360.9311.67
Tommy Salo, Sweden8423.9211.84
Ari Sulander, Finland9464.9221.94
Ron Tugnutt, Canada7328.9152.01
Milan Hnilicka, Czech Republic9429.9112.24
Egor Podomatski, Russia6323.9062.41
Roman Cechmanek, Czech Rep.4197.9002.44
Rick Tabaracci, Canada4219.8913.01
Arturs Irbe, Latvia4238.8613.03

World All-Star Team

(Selected by media)

First team: G— Tommy Salo, Sweden; D— Pavel Kubina, Czech Republic; Jere Karalahti, Finland; F— Martin Rucinsky, Czech Republic; Saku Koivu, Finland; Teemu Selanne, Finland.


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