Here is a link that provides the results of all games played by the Swiss Women's National team.
Switzerland has competed in several IIHF World Championships to date. Here is a summary of how they have place in each World Championship so far:
Here are some pictures of Team Switzerland players from the 1997 WWC.
Here is some information for the Swiss National Women's hockey team. These pages are maintained by Nick Heim (firstname.lastname@example.org), who was formerly the head coach of Team Switzerland.
Provided below is more detailed information about how Switzerland has done at the European A Championships. Here is a link to the 1995 Team Switzerland roster and Switzerland's results at the 1995 European A Championship. Here is more information about the 1996 European A Championship from a Swiss player's perspective; this information is from Prisca Mossiman who plays defense for Team Switzerland.
1997 Christmas Cup in Lyss, Switzerland: Dec 26 1997: 16.00 Eröffnungszeremonie 16.30 Japan - Russland 20.00 Schweiz - Deutschland Dec 27 1997: 16.30 Russland - Deutschland 20.00 Schweiz - Dänemark Dec 28 1997: 16.30 Schweiz - Russland 20.00 Dänemark - Japan Dec 29 1997: 16.30 Japan - Deutschland 20.00 Dänemark - Russland Dec 30 1997: 11.00 Deutschland - Dänemark 14.00 Schweiz - Japan Three Nations Cup Tournament in Fuessen, Germany: Nov 28 1997 Germany - Russia 2:1 (0:1,1:0,1:0) Nov 29 1997 Switzerland - Russia 0:3 (0:0,0:2,0:1) Nov 30 1997 Germany - Switzerland 1:1 (0:0,0:0,1:1) In Lyss, Switzerland: February 11th, 1996: Switzerland 5 -v- Lyss+Foreigners 3 (The Lyss+Foreigners team was made up of all non-National team members on the Lyss team, strengthened with all of the foreigners playing in the National League A) Christmas Cup in Frederikshavn, Germany: Wednesday Dec 27,1995: 16.30 Russia - Switzerland 1:1 (0:0 0:0 1:1) Tie Thursday Dec 28,1995: 16.30 Switzerland - Germany 3:1 (2:0 1:0 0:1) Won Friday Dec 29,1995: 19.30 Switzerland - Denmark 7:2 (1:1 2:1 4:0) Won Saturday Dec 30,1995: 13.30 Final - Russia-Switz 2:3 (0:0 2:1 0:2) Won In Zuchwil, Switzerland: December 16th, 1995: Switzerland 8 -v- Netherlands 0 (1:0, 5:0, 2:0) December 17th, 1995: Switzerland 4 -v- Netherlands 0
The information in the section that follows was provided by Nick Heim ( email@example.com), who was formerly the head coach of Team Switzerland. Thanks very much to Nick for providing this excellent information on Women's hockey in Switzerland!! Danke viel mal! :-)
DHC Langenthal I
DHC Lyss I
SC Reinach I
EHC St. Gallen
DEHC Biel I
EV Bomo/Thun I
|Group 1 ( Standings)|
|Group 1A||Group 1B|
|HC Ambri-Piotta / GDT Bellinzona||EHC Hittnau-Bäretswil|
|SC Luzern/SC Reinach||EHC Kloten Specials|
|EHC St. Moritz||EHC Wallisellen|
|HC Sursee-Wolhusen||SC Weinfelden|
|Group 2 ( Standings)|
|EHC Bern 96|
|DHC Langenthal II|
|DHC Lyss II|
|Group 3 ( Standings)|
|Group 3A||Group 3B|
|HC Ajoie||HC Martigny|
|HC La Chaux-de-Fonds||HC Montana-Crans|
|HC Fribourg-Gottéron||HC Sierre|
|HC Lausanne||EHC Visp|
|HC Université Neuchâtel||EHC Visperterminen|
And last, but not least, is a picture of my favourite player on Team Switzerland, Prisca Mosimann (nickname: Bizu) (email: firstname.lastname@example.org)! She played defense for Team Switzerland at the 1994 World Championship. She played for DHC Langenthal of the Swiss Women's National League A previously, but is playing for DHC Lyss of the Swiss Women's National League A for the 1995-96 season. She competed in the 1995 Christmas Cup and will be going to the 1996 European A Championship in March 1996.
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