Czech Republic women's national under-18 ice hockey team

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Czech Republic
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Association Czech Ice Hockey Association
Head coach Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Pavel Zuziak
Assistants Flag of the Czech Republic.svg Jiri Vozak
Captain Magdalena Erbenova
Most games Aneta Tejralová (22)
Top scorer Tereza Vanisova (7)
Most points Klára Chmelová (13)
IIHF codeCZE
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Home colours
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Away colours
First international
Flag of Canada (Pantone).svg  Canada 11 – 2 Czech Republic  Flag of the Czech Republic.svg
(Calgary, Canada; January 7, 2008)
Biggest win
Flag of the Czech Republic.svg  Czech Republic 6 – 0 Japan  Flag of Japan.svg
(Obihiro, Japan; January 10, 2019)
Biggest defeat
Flag of the United States.svg  United States 18 – 0 Czech Republic  Flag of the Czech Republic.svg
(Fussen, Germany; January 9, 2009)
IIHF World Women's U18 Championships
Appearances11 (first in 2008)
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International record (W–L–T)
22–37–0
Medal record
IIHF World Women's U18 Championships
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2008 Canada
Bronze medal icon (B initial).svg 2014 Hungary

The Czech Women's National Under-18 Ice Hockey Team is the national under-18 ice hockey team in Czech Republic. The team represents Czech Republic at the International Ice Hockey Federation's IIHF World Women's U18 Championships.

World Women's U18 Championship record

YearGPWLGFGAPtsRank
2008 53214269Won bronze medal
2009 514*94544th place
2010 532142497th place
2011 624103364th place
2012 51482436th place
2013 624123664th place
2014 64*2121211Won bronze medal
2015 61572634th place
2016 51472435th place
2017 52^^381156th place
2018 523**101276th place
2019 63315897th place
2020 523**10876th place

2010–2011 National U18 Women's Team

(08/30/2009)

HC SLAVIA PRAHA — Adéla Kubátová, Michaela Nováková, Aneta Tejralová, Denisa Křížová, Martina Vonková

HC LITVÍNOV — Štěpánka Eibinová, Klára Chmelová

HC KARVINÁ — Markéta Výtisková, Kateřina Kaplanová, Klára Hudečková

HC BEROUN — Kateřina Solničková

NATIONAL SPORTS ACADEMY (USA) — Lenka Craigová

BANFF HOCKEY ACADEMY (CAN)— Jana Fialová

HC TESLA PARDUBICE — Veronika Jirsová, Kateřina Vaňoučková

HC KLADNO — Veronika Kuželová

HC PLZEŇ 1929 — Adriena Pecinová

HC BULLDOGS BRNO — Sára Sadílková

HC VSETÍN — Karolína Kovářová


Alternate Players HC SKUTEČ — Barbora Janoušková

HC CHEROKEES BRNO — Adéla Marešová

HC KARVINÁ — Barbora Dvořáková

HC BULLDOGS BRNO — Petra Procházková, Klára Mazánková

HC PLZEŇ — Karolína Šimůnková

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