2008 IIHF Men's InLine Hockey World Championship

Infobox International Inline Hockey Competition
tourney_name =
year = 2008
other_titles =


size = 150px
caption = Official logo
country = Slovakia
dates =
num_teams = 16
venues = 1
cities = 1
winners = Sweden
count = 4
games = 46
goals = 530
attendance = 28445
scoring_leader = flagicon|USA Pat Lee (18 points)
mvp = flagicon|SWE Dick Axelsson
updated =

The 2008 IIHF Men's InLine Hockey World Championship is the 12th such event hosted by the International Ice Hockey Federation. It took place between June 21 and June 29, 2008. The 2008 Championship marked the return of Canada to the international stage.

Tournament Format

The preliminary round will be played in 4 groups (A-D) with 4 teams each. The groups A and B form the Top Division, the groups C and D form Division I. The two last-placed teams of the groups A and B and the two first-placed teams of the groups C and D play for 4th place in group A and B to participate in the Top Division playoffs. The losers of those games play as first placed teams in group C and D to participate in the Division I playoffs. Playoffs starting with the quarterfinals and placement games will be played both in the Top Division and in Division I.

Relegation format: The best seven teams of the Top Division and the winner of Division I will be qualified for the 2009 Men's World Inline Hockey Championships Top Division. The last-placed team of the Top Division (loser of the 7th-place game) will be relegated to the 2009 Men's World Inline Hockey Championships Division I.

The ranking of the groups is based according to the result of the last World Championship performance of the respective countries in the IIHF InLine Hockey Program and the qualification rounds.

All games in the preliminary round and in the playoffs will be played with 5-minute sudden-death overtime and a penalty shootout in case of a tie. The final games will be played with a 12- minute sudden-death overtime, followed by a penalty shootout competition in case of a tie.

Teams will be awarded points on the following system:
* Win after regular time = 3 points
* Win after overtime or shootout = 2 points
* Loss after overtime or shootout = 1 point
* Loss after regular time = 0 points

Participating teams

"Groups are based on the results of the previous World Championships and Qualifying Series"

Top Division

;Group A
*iih|SLO
*iih|SWE
*iih|SVK
*iih|AUT;Group B
*iih|USA
*iih|CZE
*iih|FIN
*iih|GER

Division I

;Group C
*iih|BRA
*iih|GBR
*iih|AUS
*iih|BUL;Group D
*iih|CAN
*iih|JPN
*iih|HUN
*iih|NZL

Top Division

Preliminary Round

Group A

Final standings

The final standings of the tournament according to IIHF:"Group winner advances to qualification round"

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date = June 22, 2008
time = 15:00
team1 = iih-rt|AUS
score = 7 - 11
periods = (1-4, 1-2, 3-1, 2-4)
team2 = iih|GBR
goals1 = Daniel Pederson (1) 3:33 (ES)
Lee McLauchlan (1) 23:55 (PP)
Jordan Gavin (1) 27:22 (PP)
Jordan Gavin (2) 30:57 (ES)
Jordan Gavin (3) 33:20 (ES)
Daniel Pederson (2) 36:20 (ES)
Olivier Rozdarz (1) 43:00 (ES)

goals2 = Joe Wightman (1) 4:00 (ES)
William Mark Thomas (1) 6:03 (PP)
Alex Pearman (1) 9:24 (ES)
John Dolan (1) 11:42 (ES)
Alex Pearman (2) 12:07 (ES)
Alex Pearman (3) 19:55 (ES)
William Mark Thomas (2) 29:42 (PP)
John Dolan (2) 37:56 (PP)(GWG)
William Mark Thomas (3) 38:42 (ES)
Simon Hehir (1) 41:13 (PP)
Mark Hallam (1) 41:52 (PP)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 115
referee = Jukka Virta flagicon|Finland
referee2 = Lindqvist flagicon|Sweden
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135C02_74_1_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 22, 2008
time = 19:00
team1 = iih-rt|BUL
score = 2 - 13
periods = (0-2, 1-2, 0-5, 1-4)
team2 = iih|BRA
goals1 = Plamen Veselinov (1) 12:29 (ES)
Anguel Alexandrov (1) 38:52 (PP)

goals2 = Bruno Gomes (1) 1:23 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (2) 4:37 (PP)
Leandro Silva (1) 12:49 (ES)
Pedro Raposo (1) 14:50 (PP)
Lucas Ota (1) 25:45 (PP)
Pedro Raposo (2) 27:09 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (3) 29:57 (PP)
Leandro Silva (2) 30:47 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (4) 33:47 (SH)
Bruno Gomes (5) 37:05 (ES)
Luis Custodio (1) 40:25 (ES)
Caua Guzman (1) 43:05 (ES)
Thiago Souza (1) 47:41 (ES)

stadium =Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 99
referee = Kendall Waiting flagicon|CAN
referee2 = Norbert Druga flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135C04_74_4_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 23, 2008
time = 15:00
team1 =iih-rt|AUS
score = 10 - 3
periods = (2-1, 3-0, 2-1, 3-1)
team2 = iih|BUL
goals1 = Olivier Rozdarz (2) 9:09 (ES)
Lee McLauchlan (2) 11:51 (PP)
Sean Jones (1) 14:23 (ES)
Lee McLauchlan (3) 18:06 (ES)(GWG)
Antony Collins (1) 20:08 (ES)
Olivier Rozdarz (3) 26:43 (SH)
Peter Matus (1) 27:50 (SH)
Olivier Rozdarz (4) 36:18 (ES)
Olivier Rozdarz (5) 39:55 (ES)
Sean Jones (2) 44:00 (PP)

goals2 = Plamen Veselinov (2) 8:34 (PP)
Simeon Radkov (1) 28:16 (ES)
Anguel Alexandrov (2) 40:27 (ES)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 75
referee = Terry Farrar flagicon|USA
referee2 = Crt Kralj flagicon|SLO
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135C06_74_1_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 23, 2008
time = 19:00
team1 = iih-rt|BRA
score = 6 - 11
periods = (0-3, 2-4, 3-4, 1-0)
team2 = iih|GBR
goals1 = Luiz Almedia (1) 13:37 (PP)
Pedro Raposo (3) 23:33 (PP)
Pedro Raposo (4) 26:30 (PP)
Rogerio Polido (1) 27:25 (ES)
Lucas Ota (2) 32:41 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (6) 41:43 (PP)

goals2 = Alex Pearman (4) 4:34 (ES)
John Dolan (3) 7:39 (PP)
John Dolan (4) 10:35 (ES)
William Mark Thomas (4) 14:11 (PP)
John Dolan (5) 16:38 (ES)
John Dolan (6) 17:01 (ES)
Simon Hehir (2) 21:47 (PP)
John Dolan (7) 24:51 (ES)
John Dolan (8) 28:28 (ES)
Simon Hehir (3) 31:42 (PP)
Christopher Colegate (1) 33:29 (PP)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 45
referee = Sjoqvist flagicon|Sweden
referee2 = Maik Ansorg flagicon|Germany
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135C08_74_1_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 24, 2008
time = 15:00
team1 = iih-rt|GBR
score = 8 - 1
periods = (1-0, 1-0, 4-0, 2-1)
team2 = iih|BUL
goals1 = Mark Hallam (2) 8:28 (PP)
Joe Wightman (2) 19:47 (ES)
Remi Moses (1) 26:34 (PP)
Karl Niamatali (1) 27:31 (ES)
Remi Moses (2) 28:22 (ES)
Scott Glover (1) 29:11 (ES)
Karl Niamatali (2) 40:20 (PP)
Joe Wightman (3) 45:59 (PP)

goals2 = Stanislav Muhachov (1) 47:44 (ES)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 86
referee = Ulrich Erd flagicon|AUT
referee2 = Juraj Jankovic flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135C10_74_3_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 24, 2008
time = 19:00
team1 = iih-rt|BRA
score = 8 - 3
periods =
team2 = iih|AUS
goals1 = Bruno Gomes (7) 00:40 (ES)
Lucas Ota (3) 4:11 (ES)
Rogerio Polido (2) 25:27 (ES)
Henrique Degani (1) 27:59 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (8) 28:37 (ES)
Henrique Degani (2) 30:19 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (9) 31:25 (ES)
Bruno Gomes (10) 42:37 (ES)

goals2 = Antony Deboos (1) 26:42 (ES)
Peter Matus (2) 34:12 (SH)
Peter Matus (3) 40:37 (ES)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 113
referee = Miklos Haszonits flagicon|HUN
referee2 = Daniel Christie flagicon|NZL
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135C12_74_2_0.pdf

Group D

"Group winner advances to qualification round"

Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 22, 2008
time = 13:00
team1 = iih-rt|HUN
score = 5 - 6 (OT)
periods = (1-2, 2-1, 0-1, 2-1, 0-1)
team2 = iih|JPN
goals1 = Csaba Deak (1) 8:25 (ES)
Marton Vas (1) 13:34 (SH)
Marton Vas (2) 20:58 (ES)
Marton Vas (3) 40:03 (ES)
Marton Vas (4) 46:01 (PP)

goals2 = Taku Kanatani (1) 7:30 (ES)
Aguri Suzuki (1) 10:29 (ES)
Aguri Suzuki (2) 20:24 (ES)
Taku Kanatani (2) 35:35 (ES)
Yoshinori Ishioka (1) 47:57 (ES)
Yutaka Ono (1) 49:34 (ES)(GWG)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 189
referee = Crt Kralj flagicon|Slovenia
referee2 = Daniel Christie flagicon|New Zealand
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135D01_74_1_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 22, 2008
time = 17:00
team1 = iih-rt|CAN
score = 13 - 2
periods = (7-0, 2-0, 0-1, 4-1)
team2 = iih|NZL
goals1 = David Hammond (1) 3:24 (ES)
Johnathon Clewlow (1) 4:11(ES)
Adam Ross (1) 6:43 (ES)(GWG)
Cory Conacher (1) 7:09 (ES)
Cory Conacher (2) 11:20 (ES)
Adam Ross (2) 11:36 (ES)
Johnathon Clewlow (2) 11:58(ES)
Johnathon Spady (1) 20:11(ES)
David Hammond (2) 23:01 (ES)
Johnathon Spady (2) 42:27(ES)
Kye Benjaminsen (1) 44:19(ES)
Johnathon Spady (3) 45:06(ES)
Derek Eison (1) 47:57(ES)

goals2 = Craig Lawson (1) 31:47 (ES)
Samuel Kay (1) 43:19 (ES)

stadium =Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 134
referee = Terry Farrar flagicon|USA
referee2 = Juraj Jankovic flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135D03_74_2_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 23, 2008
time = 14:00
team1 =iih-rt|HUN
score = 0 - 14
periods =(0-4, 0-4, 0-4, 0-2)
goals1 =
goals2 = Adam Ross (3) 5:54 (ES)(GWG)
Mitchell Vevang (1) 7:27 (ES)
Gregory Smith (1) 9:57 (ES)
Kye Benjaminsen (2) 11:25(ES)
Adam Ross (4) 13:12 (PP)
David Hammond (3) 15:42 (ES)
David Hammond (4) 18:54 (PP)
Kirk French (1) 22:51 (ES)
Cory Conacher (3) 29:14 (ES)
Gregory Smith (2) 30:56 (ES)
Jeremy McKibbon (1) 33:59 (ES)
David Hammond (5) 33:59 (ES)
Adam Ross (5) 38:00 (ES)
Mitchell Vevang (2) 38:13 (ES)

team2 = iih|CAN
stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 157
referee = Jukka Virta flagicon|FIN
referee2 = Lubos Jakubec flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135D05_74_3_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 23, 2008
time = 17:00
team1 = iih-rt|NZL
score = 5 -7
periods = (1-1, 0-1, 3-2, 1-3)
team2 = iih|JPN
goals1 = Matthew Harper (1) 8:21 (ES)
Ryan Ruddle (1) 27:43 (PP)
Craig Lawson (2) 30:49 (ES)
James Trevena-Brown (1) 31:31 (ES)
James Trevena-Brown (2) 43:39 (ES)

goals2 = Yutaka Ono (2) 1:47 (ES)
Osamu Ishibashi (1) 19:01 (ES)
Daisuke Ohto (1) 30:11 (PP)
Daisuke Ohto (2) 35:32 (ES)
Osamu Ishibashi (2) 36:11 (ES)
Daisuke Ohto (3) 41:10 (PP)(GWG)
Shuhei Tadamura (1) 47:57 (ENG)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 180
referee = Miklos Haszonits flagicon|HUN
referee2 = Norbert Druga flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135D07_74_1_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 24, 2008
time = 13:00
team1 = iih-rt|JPN
score = 1 - 12
periods = (0-3, 1-2, 0-3, 0-4)
team2 = iih|CAN
goals1 = Taku Kanatani (3) 16:24 (ES)

goals2 = Gregory Smith (3) 6:24 (ES)
Cory Conacher (4) 8:11 (ES)
Cory Conacher (5) 10:44 (ES)
Johnathon Clewlow (3) 17:21(ES)
David Hammond (6) 20:41 (ES)
Paul Patterson (1) 26:45 (ES)
Gregory Smith (4) 29:03 (PP)
David Filewich (1) 35:25 (ES)
Kirk French (2) 38:18 (ES)
Adam Ross (6) 41:51 (ES)
Cory Conacher (6) 44:54 (PP)
Johnathon Clewlow (4) 46:39 (ES)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 272
referee = Brad Sotak flagicon|USA
referee2 = Jeffrey Scott flagicon|AUS
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135D09_74_2_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 24, 2008
time = 17:00
team1 = iih-rt|NZL
score = 4 - 11
periods = (1-1, 2-3, 0-3, 1-4)
team2 = iih|HUN
goals1 = Matthew Harper (2) 4:36 (PP)
Craig Lawson (2) 30:49 (ES)
Ryan Ruddle (3) 14:38 (ES)
James Trevena-Brown (3) 47:43 (ES)

goals2 = Viktor Tokaji (1) 11:30 (PP)
Szilard Sandor (1) 18:26 (ES)
Marton Vas (5) 23:22 (ES)
Gergely Borbas (1) 23:43 (ES)
David Szappanos (1) 24:53 (ES)
Zoltan Revak (1) 26:50 (ES)
Csaba Deak (2) 28:34 (PP)
Arnold Feil (1) 36:47 (ES)
Szilard Sandor (2) 38:11 (PS)
Attila Hoffmann (1) 41:01 (PP)
Zoltan Revak (2) 42:58 (ES)

stadium = Bratislava, Slovakia
attendance = 128
referee = Maik Ansorg flagicon|GER
referee2 = Radim Prchal flagicon|CZE
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135D11_74_3_0.pdf

Playoff Round

Draw

8TeamBracket-IIHF World Championship
RD1-seed1=C3
RD1-team1= iih|AUS
RD1-score1= 5
RD1-seed2=D2
RD1-team2= iih|JPN
RD1-score2= 4

RD1-seed3=D4
RD1-team3= iih|NZL
RD1-score3= 0
RD1-seed4=QRL1
RD1-team4= iih|GBR
RD1-score4= 7

RD1-seed5=C2
RD1-team5= iih|BRA
RD1-score5= 5
RD1-seed6=D3
RD1-team6= iih|HUN
RD1-score6= 3

RD1-seed7=C4
RD1-team7= iih|BUL
RD1-score7= 1
RD1-seed8=QRL2
RD1-team8= iih|CAN
RD1-score8= 9

RD2-seed1=QF1
RD2-team1= iih|AUS
RD2-score1= 0
RD2-seed2=QF2
RD2-team2= iih|CAN
RD2-score2= 8

RD2-seed3=QF3
RD2-team3= iih|BRA
RD2-score3= 3
RD2-seed4=QF4
RD2-team4= iih|GBR
RD2-score4= 4

RD3-seed1=SF1
RD3-team1= iih|AUS
RD3-score1= 3
RD3-seed2=SF2
RD3-team2= iih|BRA
RD3-score2= 4

RD4-seed1=SF2
RD4-team1= iih|CAN
RD4-score1= 7
RD4-seed2=SF1
RD4-team2= iih|GBR
RD4-score2= 4

Quarter-finals

Hockeybox2
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date = June 26, 2008
time = 13:00
team1 = iih-rt|JPN
score = 4 - 5
periods = (0-1, 0-2, 3-1, 1-1)
team2 = iih|AUS
goals1 = Yuji Kuchiba (1) 25:55 (PP)
Shohei Asanuma (1) 34:09 (ES)
Daisuke Ohto (4) 35:02 (ES)
Yuji Kuchiba (2) 41:59 (PP)

goals2 = Lee McLauchlan (4) 11:39 (PP)
Sean Jones (3) 15:05 (PP)
Jordan Gavin (4) 23:03 (ES)
Jordan Gavin (5) 27:14 (PP)
Olivier Rozdarz (6) 44:33 (PP)(GWG)

stadium =
attendance = 120
referee = Jukka Virta flagicon|Finland
referee2 = Daniel Christie flagicon|NZL
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135613_74_3_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 26, 2008
time = 15:00
team1 = iih-rt|BRA
score = 5 - 3
periods = (1-0, 1-2, 2-1, 1-0)
team2 = iih|HUN
goals1 = Pedro Raposo (5) 1:42 (PP)
Diego Araujo (1) 21:50 (PP)
Jose Guilardi (1) 32:11 (PP)
Henrique Degani (3) 33:49 (ES)(GWG)
Luiz Almedia (2) 40:43 (ES)

goals2 = Marton Bontovics (1) 17:08 (PP)
Gergely Borbas (2) 23:25 (ES)
David Szappanos (2) 34:01 (ES)

stadium =
attendance = 200
referee = Kendall Waiting flagicon|CAN
referee2 = Crt Kralj flagicon|SLO
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135614_74_3_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 26, 2008
time = 17:00
team1 = iih-rt|CAN
score = 9 - 1
periods = (2-1, 3-0, 1-0, 3-0)
team2 = iih|BUL
goals1 = Johnathon Clewlow (5) 00:16 (ES)
Johnathon Spady (4)(GWG) 08:39 (ES)
Kye Benjaminsen (3) 13:22 (ES)
Jeremy McKibbon (2) 16:11 (ES)
Cory Conacher (7) 20:17 (PP)
Gregory Smith (5) 27:45 (PP)
Kirk French (3) 41:14 (ES)
Paul Patterson (2) 41:46 (ES)
Gregory Smith (6) 42:38 (ES)

goals2 = Anguel Atanasov (1) 08:15 (ES)

stadium =
attendance = 199
referee = Lubas Jakubec flagicon|SVK
referee2 = Juraj Jankovic flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135615_74_1_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 26, 2008
time = 19:00
team1 = iih-rt|GBR
score = 7 - 0
periods = (1-0, 1-0, 2-0, 3-0)
team2 = iih|NZL
goals1 = Alex Pearman (5) 05:53 (ES)
John Dolan (9) 13:14 (ES)
Christopher Colegate (2) 25:52 (ES)
Joe Wightman (4) 31:01 (ES)
Mark Corfield (1) 31:01 (ES)
John Dolan (10) 43:10 (ES)
John Dolan (11) 43:43 (ES)

goals2 =
stadium =
attendance = 100
referee = Ulrich Erd flagicon|AUT
referee2 = Brad Sotak flagicon|USA
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135616_74_3_0.pdf

Semi-finals

Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 27, 2008
time = 19:00
team1 = iih-rt|AUS
score = 0 - 8
periods = (0-3, 0-1, 0-4, 0-0)
team2 = iih|CAN
goals1 =
goals2 = David Hammond (7) 02:11 (PP)
Cory Conacher (8) 03:38 (ES)
Kye Benjaminsen (4) 11:59 (ES)
Jeremy McKibbon (3) 18:14 (ES)
Jeremy McKibbon (4) 25:48 (ES)
David Hammond (8) 26:44 (ES)
Cory Conacher (9) 29:18 (ES)
Adam Ross (7) 32:56 (ES)

stadium =
attendance = 79
referee = Terry Farrar flagicon|USA
referee2 = Crt Kralj flagicon|SLO
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135220_74_4_0.pdf
Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 27, 2008
time = 17:00
team1 = iih-rt|BRA
score = 3 - 4
periods = (2-0, 0-1, 0-1, 1-2)
team2 = iih|GBR
goals1 = Lucas Ota (4) 05:31 (ES)
Pedro Raposo (6) 07:59 (PP)
Diego Araujo (1) 38:18 (ES)

goals2 = Joe Wightman (5) 13:16 (ES)
Andrew Sillitoe (1) 28:58 (ES)
John Dolan (11) 37:41 (ES)
Simon Hehir (4) 42:06 (ES)(GWG)

stadium =
attendance = 66
referee = Norbert Druga flagicon|SVK
referee2 = Jukka Virta flagicon|FIN
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135219_74_4_0.pdf

5th Place Game

Hockeybox2
bg = #eeeeee
date = June 27, 2008
time = v
team1 = iih-rt|HUN
score = 7 - 6
periods = (3-2, 2-1, 2-2, 0-1)
team2 = iih|NZL
goals1 = Szilard Sandor (3) 05:16 (ES)
Csaba Deak (3) 07:18 (ES)
Gergely Borbas (3) 08:30 (ES)
Marton Bontovics (2) 20:24 (PP)
Zoltan Revak (3) 22:13 (PP)
Tamas Dobos (1) 27:59 (ES)
Szilard Sandor (4) 33:27 (PP)(GWG)

goals2 = Ryan Ruddle (3) 00:52 (ES)
James ODonnel (1) 08:02 (ES)
James Trevena-Brown (4) 18:31 (PP)
James Trevena-Brown (5) 32:14 (ES)
Ryan Ruddle (4) 34:58 (ES)
James Trevena-Brown (6) 46:04 (ES)

stadium =
attendance = 123
referee = Juraj Jankovic flagicon|SVK
referee2 = Maik Ansorg flagicon|GER
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135317_74_3_0.pdf

7th Place Game

Hockeybox2
bg = #eeffff
date = June 27, 2008
time = v
team1 = iih-rt|JPN
score = 11 - 5
periods = (2-1, 3-2, 2-1, 4-1)
team2 = iih|BUL
goals1 = Yuji Kuchiba (3) 01:50 (ES)
Shuhei Tadamura (2) 06:11 (ES)
Osamu Ishibashi (3) 14:39 (PP)
Shuhei Tadamura (3) 17:08 (SH)
Shohei Asanuma (2) 23:26 (ES)
Osamu Ishibashi (4) 26:40 (ES)(GWG)
Tomoyo Goto (1) 34:14 (ES)
Taku Kanatani (4) 37:23 (ES)
Taku Kanatani (5) 39:27 (ES)
Shohei Asanuma (3) 42:05 (ES)
Keisuke Matsuya (1) 45:12 (PP)

goals2 = Simeon Radkov (2) 03:35 (ES)
Aleksey Yotov (1) 16:31 (ES)
Tsveatn Mihaylov (1) 22:11 (ES)
Aleksey Yotov (2) 27:19 (ES)
Aleksey Yotov (3) 36:55 (ES)

stadium =
attendance = 88
referee = Daniel Christie flagicon|NZL
referee2 = Miklos Haszonits flagicon|HUN
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135318_74_4_0.pdf

Bronze Medal Game

Hockeybox2
bg = #FFDAB9
date = June 28, 2008
time = 12:00
team1 = iih|AUS
score = 3 - 4
periods = (0-0, 0-1, 1-3, 2-0)
team2 = iih|BRA
goals1 = Jordan Gavin (6) 31:00 (ES)
Antony Collins (2) 44:54 (ES)
Jordan Gavin (7) 47:55 (ES)

goals2 = Andrew Branco (1) 14:16 (ES)
Luiz Almedia (3) 29:12 (ES)
Lucas Ota (5) 31:22 (ES)
Jose Guilardi (1) 33:07 (PP)

stadium =
attendance = 849
referee = Kendall Waiting flagicon|CAN
referee2 = Sjoqvist flagicon|SWE
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135121_74_3_0.pdf

Gold Medal Game

Hockeybox2
bg = #F7F6A8
date = June 28, 2008
time = 14:00
team1 = iih|Canada
score = 7 - 4
periods = (1-0, 1-1, 2-3, 3-0)
team2 = iih|GBR
goals1 = David Hammond (9) 00:14 (ES)
David Hammond (10) 13:39 (PP)
Paul Patterson (3) 25:01 (ES)
Cory Conacher (10) 25:22 (ES)
Cory Conacher (11) 39:43 (PP)(GWG)
Mitchell Vevang (3) 41:08 (ES)
Paul Patterson (4) 44:03 (ES)

goals2 = Stu Brian (1) 19:32 (ES)
Christopher Colegate (3) 24:27 (ES)
Joe Wightman (6) 33:20 (ES)
John Dolan (13) 35:05 (ES)

stadium =
attendance = 1079
referee = Brad Sotak flagicon|USA
referee2 = Lubas Jakubec flagicon|SVK
summary = http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135122_74_2_0.pdf

Ranking and statistics

Final standings

The final standings of the tournament according to IIHF:

Tournament Awards

*Best players selected by the directorate [http://stats.iihf.com/Hydra/135/IHM135000_85I_1_0.pdf] :
**Best Goalkeeper: Derek Shybunka flagicon|CAN
**Best Defenseman: Luiz Almedia flagicon|BRA
**Best Forward: John Dolan flagicon|GBR

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