Archive for All-Time Scoring Leaders at Major Internationals (by nation)

Latvia National Team : Top 15 Points All-Time

ALEKSANDRS NIZIVIJS (17) is Latvia's all-time leading scorer at major international ice hockey events. Here, the 33-year-old Dynamo Riga right wing is pursued by Canada's MATTHEW LOMBARDI at the 2009 IIHF World Championships in Switzerland.

ALEKSANDRS NIZIVIJS (17) is Latvia's all-time leading scorer at major international ice hockey events. Here, the 33-year-old Dynamo Riga right wing is pursued by Canada's MATTHEW LOMBARDI at the 2009 IIHF World Championships in Switzerland.

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LATVIA NATIONAL TEAM — all-time major international tournaments

  • 40 pts – 15 go – 25 as — 13 app — Aleksandrs NIZIVIJS
  • 36 pts – 17 go – 19 as — 13 app — Leonids TAMBIJEVS
  • 30 pts – 15 go – 15 as —– 9 app — Aleksandrs KERCS
  • 28 pts – 11 go – 17 as — 12 app — Aigars CIPRUSS
  • 28 pts – 18 go – 10 as — 13 app — Aleksandrs SEMJONOVS
  • 26 pts – 14 go – 12 as —– 7 app — Aleksandrs BELAVSKIS
  • 25 pts – 15 go – 10 as —– 5 app — Sergejs ZOLTOKS
  • 25 pts – 10 go – 15 as —– 7 app — Harijs VITOLINS
  • 24 pts — 9 go – 15 as — 10 app — Grigorijs PANTELEEVS
  • 23 pts – 11 go – 12 as — 10 app — Karlis SKRASTINS
  • 22 pts – 12 go – 10 as —– 7 app — Vjacheslavs FANDULS
  • 22 pts — 9 go – 13 as —– 9 app — Herberts VASILJEVS
  • 22 pts — 4 go – 18 as — 12 app — Rodrigo LAVINS
  • 21 pts — 9 go – 12 as —– 6 app — Martins CIPULIS
  • 19 pts — 4 go – 15 as —– 5 app — Sandis OZOLINS

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Russia National Team : Top 20 Points All-Time

Russia's ILYA KOVALCHUK (71) stuffs the puck past Latvia goaltender ARTURS IRBE to the chagrin of defenseman KRISJANIS REDLIHS (25) in the round-robin at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. Kovalchuk's second goal of the first period, here, gives Russia a 3-1 lead on their way to a 9-2 romp. In all, Kovalchuk totaled four goals for the contest.

Russia's ILYA KOVALCHUK (71) stuffs the puck past Latvia goaltender ARTURS IRBE to the chagrin of defenseman KRISJANIS REDLIHS (25) in the round-robin at the 2006 Winter Olympics in Turin. Kovalchuk's second goal of the first period, here, gives Russia a 3-1 lead on their way to a 9-2 romp. In all, Kovalchuk totaled four goals for the contest.

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RUSSIA NATIONAL TEAM — major international tournaments all-time

  • 57 pts – 30 go – 27 as – 14 app — Alexei YASHIN
  • 52 pts – 25 go – 27 as — 9 app — Ilya KOVALCHUK
  • 40 pts – 25 go – 15 as — 7 app — Alexander OVECHKIN
  • 40 pts – 20 go – 20 as — 7 app — Alexei MOROZOV
  • 34 pts – 23 go – 11 as — 6 app — Sergei BEREZIN
  • 33 pts – 17 go – 16 as — 7 app — Maxim SUSHINSKY
  • 31 pts – 19 go – 12 as — 7 app — Alexei KOVALEV *
  • 29 pts – 10 go – 19 as — 4 app — Evgeny MALKIN
  • 29 pts — 6 go – 23 as — 5 app — Sergei ZINOVIEV
  • 28 pts – 11 go – 17 as — 4 app — Sergei FEDOROV *
  • 28 pts — 7 go – 21 as — 6 app — Pavel DATSYUK 
  • 28 pts – 14 go – 14 as — 7 app — Alexander PROKOPIEV
  • 26 pts – 18 go — 8 as — 9 app — Maxim AFINOGENOV
  • 26 pts — 6 go – 20 as — 7 app — Andrei MARKOV
  • 25 pts – 10 go – 15 as — 4 app — Danis ZARIPOV
  • 25 pts – 17 go — 8 as — 6 app — Valery KARPOV
  • 24 pts – 14 go – 10 as — 7 app — Andrei KOVALENKO *
  • 23 pts – 11 go – 12 as — 5 app — Alexander FROLOV
  • 23 pts — 9 go – 14 as — 6 app — Viktor KOZLOV
  • 22 pts — 6 go – 16 as — 8 app — Andrei NIKOLISHIN

NOTE — Asterisk indicates player competed for the national team of the former Soviet Union and / or the “Unified Team” at major international event(s); totals here are for Russia, only.

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Belarus National Team : Top 15 Points All-Time

Belarus center MIKHAIIL GRABOVSKY (84) is confronted by Russia's KONSTANTIN GOROVIKOV during the quarterfinal match at the 2009 IIHF World Championships in Switzerland. Russia slipped past Belarus 4-3 on their way to a second consecutive IIHF WC title. The 25-year-old Grabovsky, meanwhile, is well on his way to becoming the all-time scoring leader for the Belarusians.

Belarus center MIKHAIIL GRABOVSKY (84) is confronted by Russia's KONSTANTIN GOROVIKOV during the quarterfinal match at the 2009 IIHF World Championships in Switzerland. Russia slipped past Belarus 4-3 on their way to a second consecutive IIHF WC title. The 25-year-old Grabovsky, meanwhile, is well on his way to becoming the all-time scoring leader for the Belarusians.

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BELARUS NATIONAL TEAM — major international tournaments all-time

  • 30 pts – 10 go – 20 as —– 9 app — Alexei KALYUZHNY
  • 28 pts – 17 go – 11 as —– 9 app — Oleg ANTONENKO
  • 26 pts – 12 go – 14 as —– 4 app — Mikhail GRABOVSKY
  • 26 pts — 6 go – 20 as —– 8 app — Andrei SKABELKA
  • 23 pts – 10 go – 13 as —– 6 app — Vladimir TSYPLAKOV
  • 23 pts – 10 go – 13 as —– 7 app — Dmitri PANKOV
  • 21 pts — 7 go – 14 as —– 5 app — Sergei ZADELENOV
  • 18 pts — 6 go – 12 as —– 7 app — Andrei KOVALEV
  • 17 pts — 7 go – 10 as —– 6 app — Vasily PANKOV
  • 14 pts — 7 go — 7 as —– 7 app — Konstantin KOLTSOV
  • 14 pts — 9 go — 5 as —– 5 app — Alexei UGAROV
  • 14 pts — 5 go — 9 as —– 5 app — Vadim BEKBULATOV
  • 14 pts — 6 go — 8 as —– 6 app — Alexander ANDRIEVSKY
  • 14 pts — 6 go — 8 as —– 7 app — Ruslan SALEI
  • 14 pts — 6 go — 8 as —– 6 app — Oleg ROMANOV
  • 14 pts — 4 go – 10 as —– 7 app — Oleg KHMYL

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Czech Republic National Team : Top 20 Points All-Time

JAROMIR JAGR was selected twice by the Czechoslovakia national team, for the 1990 IIHF World Championships and the 1991 Canada Cup. Including his totals with the former Czechoslovakia, Jagr has appeared at 12 major international events (73 ga, 25 go 38 as, 63 pts) in his career.

JAROMIR JAGR was selected twice by the Czechoslovakia national team, for the 1990 IIHF World Championships and the 1991 Canada Cup. Including his totals with the former Czechoslovakia, Jagr has appeared at 12 major international events (73 ga, 25 go 38 as, 63 pts) in his career.

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CZECH REPUBLIC NATIONAL TEAM — major int’l tournaments all-time

  • 67 pts – 28 go – 39 as — 14 app — David VYBORNY
  • 57 pts – 21 go – 36 as — 10 app — Jaromir JAGR *
  • 57 pts – 28 go – 29 as — 10 app — Martin PROCHAZKA
  • 53 pts – 20 go – 33 as — 11 app — Pavel PATERA
  • 48 pts – 20 go – 28 as — 10 app — Martin RUCINSKY *
  • 47 pts – 21 go – 26 as — 10 app — Robert REICHEL *
  • 40 pts – 21 go – 19 as — 12 app — Jiri DOPITA
  • 37 pts – 15 go – 22 as —– 9 app — Petr CAJANEK
  • 33 pts – 16 go – 17 as —– 8 app — Martin STRAKA
  • 32 pts – 13 go – 19 as —– 5 app — Vaclav PROSPAL
  • 31 pts – 10 go – 21 as —– 8 app — Jaroslav HLINKA
  • 31 pts – 10 go – 21 as — 11 app — Frantisek KABERLE
  • 30 pts – 14 go – 16 as —– 6 app — Jan HLAVAC
  • 28 pts — 6 go – 22 as —– 7 app — Tomas KABERLE
  • 27 pts – 12 go – 15 as —– 5 app — Tomas VLASAK
  • 27 pts – 10 go – 17 as —– 6 app — Pavel KUBINA
  • 26 pts – 17 go — 9 as —– 5 app — Viktor UJCIK
  • 25 pts – 10 go – 15 as —– 6 app — Marek ZIDLICKY
  • 23 pts — 6 go – 17 as — 10 app — Jaroslav SPACEK
  • 21 pts — 7 go – 14 as —– 6 app — Robert LANG *

NOTE – Asterisk denotes player competed for the national team of the former Czechoslovakia at major international event(s).

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Slovakia National Team : Top 20 Points All-Time

Slovakia defenseman LUBOMIR VISNOVSKY flips the puck past Slovenia goaltender ANDREJ HOCEVAR during the shootout round of the qualification round match between the two nations at the 2008 IIHF World Championships in Canada. Slovakia topped Slovenia 4-3 but failed to advance to the quarterfinal round.

Slovakia defenseman LUBOMIR VISNOVSKY flips the puck past Slovenia goaltender ANDREJ HOCEVAR during the shootout round of the qualification round match between the two nations at the 2008 IIHF World Championships in Canada. Slovakia topped Slovenia 4-3 but failed to advance to the quarterfinal round.

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SLOVAKIA NATIONAL TEAM — major int’l tournaments all-time

  • 70 pts – 37 go – 33 as — 12 app — Miroslav SATAN
  • 56 pts – 24 go – 32 as —– 8 app — Zigmund PALFFY *
  • 56 pts – 25 go – 31 as — 10 app — Marian HOSSA
  • 44 pts – 10 go – 34 as — 13 app — Lubomir VISNOVSKY
  • 38 pts – 14 go – 24 as —– 9 app — Pavol DEMITRA
  • 32 pts – 18 go – 14 as —– 6 app — Marian GABORIK
  • 30 pts – 11 go – 19 as —– 9 app — Richard KAPUS
  • 25 pts – 10 go – 15 as — 10 app — Jozef STUMPEL
  • 24 pts – 13 go – 11 as —– 6 app — Jozef DANO
  • 23 pts — 5 go – 18 as — 11 app — Martin STRBAK
  • 22 pts – 18 go — 4 as —– 5 app — Peter BONDRA
  • 21 pts — 3 go – 18 as —– 6 app — Robert SVEHLA *
  • 21 pts — 9 go – 12 as —– 6 app — Robert PETROVICKY  
  • 21 pts – 12 go — 9 as —– 7 app — Jan PARDAVY
  • 21 pts — 4 go – 17 as —– 8 app — Lubomir SEKERAS
  • 21 pts — 8 go – 13 as —– 7 app — Richard LINTNER
  • 20 pts — 6 go – 14 as —– 6 app — Rastislav PAVLIKOVSKY
  • 20 pts – 10 go – 10 as —– 8 app — Zdeno CIGER *
  • 19 pts — 9 go – 10 as —– 5 app — Ladislav NAGY
  • 19 pts — 9 go – 10 as —– 8 app — Lubos BARTECKO

NOTE — Asterisk denotes player competed for national team of the former Czechoslovakia at major international event(s).

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Soviet Union National Team : Top 25 Points All-Time

The top two point-getters in the history of the Soviet Union side by side --- Dynamo Moscow's ALEXANDER MALTSEV (10) and CSKA Moscow's VALERY KHARLAMOV (17).

The top two point-getters in the history of the Soviet Union side by side --- Dynamo Moscow's ALEXANDER MALTSEV (10) and CSKA Moscow's VALERY KHARLAMOV (17).

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SOVIET UNION NATIONAL TEAM – major international tournaments all-time

  • 194 pts — 89 go – 105 as — 14 app — Valery KHARLAMOV
  • 193 pts — 98 go — 95 as — 17 app — Alexander MALTSEV
  • 182 pts — 82 go – 100 as — 17 app — Sergei MAKAROV
  • 177 pts – 109 go — 68 as — 14 app — Boris MIKHAILOV
  • 171 pts — 84 go — 87 as — 14 app — Vladimir PETROV
  • 144 pts — 51 go — 93 as — 16 app — Vyacheslav FETISOV *
  • 131 pts — 71 go — 60 as — 13 app — Vladimir KRUTOV
  • 117 pts — 66 go — 51 as —– 9 app — Anatoli FIRSOV
  • 112 pts — 68 go — 44 as — 11 app — Veniamin ALEXANDROV
  • 108 pts — 64 go — 44 as — 12 app — Alexander YAKUSHEV
  • 106 pts — 66 go — 40 as — 12 app — Sergei KAPUSTIN
  • 102 pts — 57 go — 45 as — 10 app — Vladimir VIKULOV
  • 95 pts —– 28 go — 67 as — 15 app — Alexei KASATONOV
  • 94 pts —– 64 go — 30 as — 10 app — Vyacheslav STARSHINOV
  • 88 pts —– 45 go — 43 as — 10 app — Vladimir SHADRIN
  • 86 pts —– 50 go — 36 as —– 8 app — Konstantin LOKTEV
  • 84 pts —– 36 go — 48 as — 11 app — Viktor ZHLUKTOV
  • 80 pts —– 36 go — 44 as — 11 app — Igor LARIONOV *
  • 75 pts —– 37 go — 38 as —– 9 app — Vyacheslav BYKOV *
  • 72 pts —– 37 go — 35 as —– 7 app — Alexander ALMETOV
  • 71 pts —– 38 go — 33 as —– 8 app — Viktor SHALIMOV
  • 68 pts —– 35 go — 33 as —– 7 app — Helmut BALDERIS
  • 66 pts —– 31 go — 35 as — 12 app — Andrei KHOMUTOV *
  • 62 pts —– 30 go — 32 as —– 7 app — Boris MAYOROV
  • 60 pts —– 30 go — 30 as —– 8 app — Viktor YAKUSHEV

NOTE — Asterisk denotes player competed for subsequent national team(s) in the years following the Soviet Union’s exit from the world hockey stage, i.e., the Unified Team at the 1992 Winter Olympic Games or Russia.

Point totals here are restricted to that accumulated while playing with the Soviet Union in major international competition, i.e., the IIHF World Championships, the Olympics and the Canada Cup.

The 1972 Summit Series featuring Canada versus the Soviet Union was not a multi-national tournament, rather a head-to-head challenge series, and is therefore not considered for this list.

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Czechoslovakia National Team : Top 25 Points All-Time


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Right wing VLADIMIR MARTINEC (10) of Tesla Pardubice, who was nicknamed “the Fox” for a blend of both cunning and skill, earned the Golden Hockey Stick (Zlata hokejka) four times as the Most Valuable Player of the Czechoslovak elite league in his career and was also selected to the All-Star team at the IIHF World Championships four consecutive years from 1974 thru 1977.
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CZECHOSLOVAKIA NATIONAL TEAM – major int’l tournaments all-time

  • 137 pts – 69 go – 68 as – 15 app — Vladimir MARTINEC
  • 113 pts – 60 go – 53 as – 17 app — Jiri HOLIK
  • 110 pts – 78 go – 32 as – 11 app — Vaclav NEDOMANSKY
  • 104 pts – 53 go – 51 as – 14 app — Ivan HLINKA
  • 93 pts – 53 go – 40 as – 11 app — Milan NOVY
  • 86 pts – 62 go – 24 as — 9 app — Vlastimil BUBNIK
  • 74 pts – 38 go – 36 as — 8 app — Josef GOLONKA
  • 69 pts – 35 go – 34 as — 9 app — Vladimir RUZICKA *
  • 67 pts – 24 go – 43 as – 11 app — Igor LIBA
  • 63 pts – 39 go – 24 as – 10 app — Jaroslav JIRIK
  • 63 pts – 32 go – 31 as – 13 app — Josef CERNY
  • 62 pts – 38 go – 24 as — 9 app — Jiri LALA
  • 60 pts – 35 go – 25 as — 9 app — Bohuslav STASTNY
  • 58 pts – 47 go – 11 as — 7 app — Miroslav VLACH
  • 58 pts – 13 go – 45 as – 14 app — Frantisek POSPISIL
  • 56 pts – 28 go – 28 as — 9 app — Jiri NOVAK
  • 54 pts – 25 go – 29 as — 6 app — Peter STASTNY *
  • 54 pts – 25 go – 29 as — 8 app — Jaroslav HOLIK
  • 54 pts – 34 go – 20 as – 10 app — Jaroslav POUZAR
  • 53 pts – 17 go – 36 as – 15 app — Oldrich MACHAC
  • 51 pts – 22 go – 29 as — 7 app — Marian STASTNY
  • 51 pts – 27 go – 24 as – 10 app — Dusan PASEK
  • 51 pts – 22 go – 29 as – 10 app — Jiri HRDINA
  • 50 pts – 28 go – 22 as — 9 app — Bohuslav EBERMANN
  • 47 pts – 15 go – 32 as – 12 app — Jiri BUBLA

NOTES — Asterisk indicates player competed for subsequent national teams :

PETER STASTNY appeared for both Canada at the 1984 Canada Cup and later captained Slovakia at the 1994 Winter Olympic Games at Lillehammer while VLADIMIR RUZICKA was the was the skipper for the gold medal Czech Republic squad at the 1998 Nagano Games.

VLASTIMIL BUBNIK is missing assists for three tournaments in the 1950s. For a lack of available information on assists, standout Czechoslovak players from that era such as SLAVOMIR BARTON (6 app, 29 go), VACLAV PANTUCEK (7 app, 29 go) and BRONISLAV DANDA (6 app, 22 go) did not make the list here.

And then, of course, there is VLADIMIR ZABRODSKY, the captain of the 1948 Czechoslovak team at the 1948 Winter Olympics. Zabrodsky scored no less than 27 goals in eight games for the silver medalists at the St. Moritz Games alone. Zabrodsky, who did not appear for Czechoslovakia in 1952 at the Oslo Games, scored two goals in seven games at the 1956 Winter Olympics in Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy.

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Sweden National Team : Top 25 Points All-Time

SVEN "Tumba" JOHANSSON of silver-medalist Sweden on the podium at the awards ceremony for the 1964 Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria. To Johansson's left is Boris Mayorov, the captain of the champion Soviet Union squad. Johansson, who attended the Boston Bruins' training camp in the fall of 1957, was tournament top scorer with both 8 goals and 11 points for Tre Kronor.

SVEN "Tumba" JOHANSSON of silver-medalist Sweden on the podium at the awards ceremony for the 1964 Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria. To Johansson's left is Boris Mayorov, the captain of the champion Soviet Union squad. Johansson, who attended the Boston Bruins' training camp in the fall of 1957, was tournament top scorer with both 8 goals and 11 points for Tre Kronor.

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SWEDEN NATIONAL TEAM — major international tournaments all-time

  • 130 pts - 87 go – 43 as – 14 app — Sven “Tumba” JOHANSSON
  • 94 pts – 43 go – 51 as – 13 app — Mats SUNDIN
  • 90 pts – 54 go – 36 as – 13 app — Ronald PETTERSSON
  • 89 pts – 59 go – 30 as – 10 app — Nils NILSSON
  • 89 pts – 48 go – 41 as – 11 app — Ulf STERNER
  • 80 pts – 46 go – 34 as – 11 app — Tord LUNDSTROM
  • 75 pts – 38 go – 37 as — 9 app — Mats AHLBERG
  • 66 pts – 21 go – 45 as – 11 app — Mats NASLUND
  • 65 pts – 26 go – 39 as – 11 app — Daniel ALFREDSSON
  • 65 pts – 19 go – 46 as – 12 app — Mikael NYLANDER
  • 64 pts – 24 go – 40 as – 13 app — Thomas RUNDQVIST
  • 63 pts – 29 go – 34 as – 10 app — Carl-Goran OBERG
  • 60 pts – 28 go – 32 as — 7 app — Hakan LOOB
  • 59 pts – 27 go – 32 as – 17 app — Jorgen JONSSON
  • 57 pts – 30 go – 27 as – 10 app — Lars-Goran NILSSON
  • 56 pts – 19 go – 37 as – 10 app — Peter FORSBERG
  • 54 pts – 22 go – 32 as — 6 app — Kent NILSSON
  • 52 pts – 32 go – 20 as – 14 app — Jonas BERGQVIST
  • 49 pts – 37 go – 12 as — 9 app — Lars-Erik LUNDVALL
  • 47 pts – 15 go – 32 as — 7 app — Mikael JOHANSSON
  • 44 pts – 24 go – 20 as — 6 app — Anders HEDBERG
  • 44 pts – 21 go – 23 as — 6 app — Dan SODERSTROM
  • 43 pts – 16 go – 27 as — 8 app — Bengt-Ake GUSTAFSSON
  • 42 pts – 22 go – 20 as — 6 app — Roland ERIKSSON
  • 42 pts – 16 go – 26 as — 8 app — Hakan SODERGREN

NOTE — assists for some World Championships in the 1950s are not available and are not included in applicable players’ totals.

12/27/09 : Sweden’s totals for 12-2 qualification game victory over Italy at the 1964 Winter Olympic Games in Innsbruck, Austria, have been added.

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Finland National Team : Top 25 Points All-Time

Finland winger VILLE PELTONEN (16) flips the puck past Sweden goalie HENRIK LUNDQVIST at the fifteen mark of the second period to square the Gold Medal Match of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games at two goals. Sweden ultimately triumped 3-2 on Niklas Lidstrom's goal ten seconds into the final frame.

Finland winger VILLE PELTONEN (16) flips the puck past Sweden goalie HENRIK LUNDQVIST at the fifteen mark of the second period to square the Gold Medal Match of the 2006 Winter Olympic Games at two goals. Sweden ultimately triumped 3-2 on Niklas Lidstrom's goal ten seconds into the final frame.

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FINLAND NATIONAL TEAM — major internatioal tournaments all-time

  • 106 pts – 46 go - 60 as – 18 app — Ville PELTONEN
  • 94 pts – 50 go – 44 as – 12 app — Teemu SELANNE
  • 92 pts – 30 go – 62 as – 12 app — Saku KOIVU
  • 88 pts – 18 go – 70 as – 19 app — Raimo HELMINEN
  • 67 pts – 32 go – 35 as – 11 app — Mika NIEMINEN
  • 65 pts – 39 go – 26 as – 15 app — Lasse OKSANEN
  • 63 pts – 37 go – 26 as – 15 app — Esa PELTONEN
  • 59 pts – 14 go – 45 as – 16 app — Petteri NUMMELIN
  • 56 pts – 26 go – 30 as – 12 app — Juhani TAMMINEN
  • 55 pts – 29 go – 26 as – 13 app — Olli JOKINEN
  • 52 pts – 26 go – 26 as – 10 app — Jari KURRI
  • 49 pts – 22 go – 27 as – 10 app — Jere LEHTINEN
  • 48 pts – 19 go – 29 as — 9 app — Niko KAPANEN
  • 48 pts – 20 go – 20 as – 10 app — Tomi KALLIO
  • 46 pts – 26 go – 20 as – 10 app — Veli-Pekka KETOLA
  • 44 pts – 21 go – 23 as — 7 app — Kari JALONEN
  • 44 pts – 21 go – 23 as – 11 app — Christian RUUTTU
  • 44 pts – 12 go – 32 as – 12 app — Kimmo TIMONEN
  • 43 pts – 24 go – 19 as — 7 app — Hannu JARVENPAA
  • 43 pts – 10 go – 33 as — 8 app — Esa KESKINEN
  • 43 pts – 23 go – 20 as – 10 app — Sami KAPANEN
  • 43 pts – 27 go – 16 as – 10 app — Raimo KILPIO
  • 42 pts – 22 go – 20 as – 11 app — Janne OJANEN
  • 42 pts – 17 go – 25 as – 13 app — Timo JUTILA
  • 40 pts – 14 go – 26 as — 8 app — Matti HAGMAN

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