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2000-01 World Hockey Championships All-Star Team

The World Hockey Championships, held in Hanover, Cologne, and Nuremberg, Germany from April 28-May 13, 2001. Top three teams (*) in each group after preliminary round-robin advance to the second round. Fourth-place teams play in a consolation round. Top four teams from each group of the second round advance to the quarterfinals.

Final Round Robin Standings

GROUP A W-L-T Pts GF GA
*Czech Republic 2-0-1 5 10 4
*Germany 1-1-1 3 5 5
*Switzerland 1-2-0 2 7 8
Belarus 1-2-0 2 5 10
GROUP B W-L-T Pts GF GA
*Finland 3-0-0 6 18 3
*Slovakia 2-1-0 4 15 9
*Austria 1-2-0 2 4 12
Japan 0-3-0 0 6 19
GROUP C W-L-T Pts GF GA
*Sweden 2-0-1 5 12 4
*United States 1-1-1 3 8 7
*Ukraine 1-2-0 2 7 13
Latvia 1-2-0 2 6 9
GROUP D W-L-T Pts GF GA
*Canada 3-0-0 6 13 2
*Russia 2-1-0 4 12 5
*Italy 0-2-1 1 5 14
Norway 0-2-1 1 4 13

Second Round

GROUP E W-L-T Pts GF GA
*Czech Republic 4-0-1 9 24 8
*Canada 3-1-1 7 19 11
*Russia 3-2-0 6 16 11
*Germany 1-2-2 4 10 12
Switzerland 1-4-0 2 13 15
Italy 1-4-0 2 5 30
GROUP F W-L-T Pts GF GA
*Finland 4-1-0 8 23 12
*Sweden 3-1-1 7 25 8
*United States 3-1-1 7 15 10
*Slovakia 2-3-0 4 12 12
Ukraine 1-4-0 2 7 21
Austria 1-4-0 2 4 23

Quarterfinals

Czech Republic 2 Slovakia 0
Finland 4 Germany 1
United States 4 OT Canada 3
Sweden 4 OT Russia 3

Semifinals

Czech Republic 3 OT* Sweden 2
Finland 3 United States 1
* After a scoreless overtime, Czech Republic won the penalty shootout.
Bronze Medal: Sweden 3 United States 2
Gold Medal: Czech Rep. 3 OT Finland 2

Scoring Leaders

  Gm G A Pts PM
Juha Ylonen, Finland 9 5 9 14 2
Petteri Nummelin, Finland 9 1 12 13 0
Robert Reichel, Czech Republic 9 5 7 12 4
Sami Kapanen, Finland 8 7 4 11 8
Sami Salo, Finland 9 3 6 9 6
P.J. Axelsson, Sweden 9 3 6 9 12

Goaltending Leaders

(At least 200 minutes) Gm Min Sv% GAA
Milan Hnilicka, Czech Rep. 9 541 .952 1.44
Maxim Sokolov, Russia 7 322 .928 1.68
Pasi Nurminen, Finland 7 411 .938 1.75
Tommy Salo, Sweden 8 494 .920 1.94
Pavol Rybar, Slovakia 4 239 .911 2.01

World All-Star Team

(Selected by media)

First team: G—Milan Hnilicka, Czech Republic; D—Petteri Nummelin, Finland; Kim Johnsson, Sweden; F—Martin Rucinsky, Czech Republic; Robert Reichel, Czech Republic; Sami Kapanen, Finland.

 

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