Olympics Ice Hockey: Countries with the Most Total and Gold Medals

Canada Has The Most Ice Hockey Medals, And The Most Golds, Too - Both Men's And Women's

Canada Has The Most Ice Hockey Medals, And The Most Golds, Too – Both Men’s And Women’s

MOST MEDALS, OVERALL

  COUNTRY MEDALS MENS WOMENS
1. Canada 18 14 4
2. United States 15 11 4
3. Sweden  10 8 2
4. Soviet Union 9 9 0
5. Czechoslovakia 8 8 0
6. Finland 7 5 2
7. Great Britain 2 2 0
7. Czech Republic 2 2 0
7. Russia 2 2 0
7. Switzerland 2 2 0

MOST MEDALS, MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

  COUNTRY MEDALS
1. Canada 14
2. United States 11
3. Soviet Union 9
4. Sweden  8
4. Czechoslovakia 8
6. Finland 5
7. Great Britain 2
7. Czech Republic 2
7. Russia 2
7. Switzerland 2

MOST MEDALS, WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

  COUNTRY MEDALS
1. Canada 4
1. United States 4
3. Sweden  2
3. Finland 2

MOST GOLD MEDALS, MEN’S ICE HOCKEY

COUNTRY GOLDS OLYMPICS
Canada 8 1920, 1924, 1928, 1932, 1948, 1952, 2002, 2010
Soviet Union 7 1956, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1984, 1988
Sweden 2 1994, 2006
United States 2 1960, 1980
Czech Republic 1 1998
Unified Team 1 1992
Great Britain 1 1936

MOST GOLD MEDALS, WOMEN’S ICE HOCKEY

COUNTRY GOLDS OLYMPICS
Canada 3 2002, 2006, 2010
United States 1 1998

Photos: olympic.orgAdrian Wyld, The Canadian Press via msn.com

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