UAE and Greece qualified to play on the Division III Championships from this tournament.
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Jack Campbell back stopped the US U-20 team to a bronze medal in this year’s tournament held in Buffalo, NY. And he did so in style. The stars and stripes motif on his legs pads blocker and glove was tastefully done. The pads give off a very patriotic feel while not being over the top or gaudy in any way. Too bad he was the only player to show up in the semi-final 4-1 loss to Canada. Add this honor to your best goaltender of the tournament award Mr. Campbell, you are now forever enshrined in The Sweet Pads Hall of Fame.
The 2010 IIHF Div. IIA Championships took place in from April 11 to April 17 in Mexico City, Mexico. Spain won the group with a perfect 5-0-0 record and will play in Div. IA next year. Here is the list of teams and what they wore.
The 2010 IIHF Division IIIA Championships took place in Luxembourg on April 14-17. Ireland was a perfect 3-0 and will move up to play in division II next year. Here are a look at what the teams wore.
Look out for Sweater Looks from Divisions II and I next week as we gear up for the 2010 World Championships in Germany.
The IIHF Challenge Cup of Asia took place from March 29 until April 4 in Taipei City, Taipei. 9 teams from Asia and the Middle East comprised the field with the home team Taipei taking home the title. Below are pictures of the sweaters worn by each team in the tournament. Check out the IIHF site for more game info and pictures.
Stay tuned for more 2010 Sweater Looks.
Well, hello. I am working on many things right now, but I have noticed the IIHF is doing a great job covering the many different levels of the World Championships from III to I. Look out in the coming weeks for a breakdown of each tournament.
I have slacked off a bit here over the summer. It is amazing how much real life can put a damper on things. I will spend a lot of time looking at the new sweaters that will be coming out for the upcoming Olympics. I will also be updating the page from the World Championships last year, so make sure to check those out. Look out for He Wore THAT Number!?!? Part III to tied you all over until the season begins. As well as other uniform oddities and stories that I find on this interweb.