Women's Hockey Junior World Cup was created in 1989.
Corey Perry and Scott Niedermayer have won golds at the Olympics, the World Championships and the World Junior Championships as well as a Stanley Cup, a Memorial Cup and a World Cup of Hockey.
Hockey World Cup was created in 1971.
Hockey World Clubs Cup was created in 2010.
Women's Hockey World Cup was created in 1974.
Junior Wantok Cup was created in 2008.
London Junior Cup was created in 1886.
Scottish Junior Cup was created in 1886.
Hockey Asia Cup was created in 1982.
Arab Cup of Ice Hockey was created in 2008.
Hockey African Cup for Nations was created in 1974.
Roller Hockey Asia Cup was created in 1987.
No World Cup of Hockey was held in 2008.
The Leinster Leader Junior Club Cup was created in 1995.
11 team participate in hockey world cup
Hockey Asian Champions Club Cup was created in 1991.
Australia won the 2010 world hockey cup.
World Cup of Hockey refers to ice hockey only. For field hockey, refer to the related questions. ---- The first World Cup of Hockey was held in 1996, and was won by the United States. It was developed from the Canada Cup, which was first played in 1976 and won by Canada.
The Men's Hockey World Cup 2010 was held at New Delhi.
Australia won the 2010 hockey world cup , they beat Germany.
Hockey World Cup refers to field hockey only. For ice hockey, refer to the related questions. ---- The first Hockey World Cup was held in 1971, and was won by Pakistan. It was the first tournament of its type for the sport (besides the Olympics).
There was no Hockey World Cup in 2008. The previous Cup was held in 2006, where Germany beat Australia in the men's competition (in Germany) and the Netherlands beat Australia in the women's competition (in Spain). The following World Cup will be held in 2010, in New Delhi, India.'Hockey World Cup' refers to field hockey only. For the 2008 ice hockey world cup, see the related questions.
The 2010 hockey world cup was hosted by India in the city of Delhi.
The only player I Know for sure to have won all four is Patrice Bergeron of the Boston Bruins. The IIHF has a Triple Gold Club of players who have won a World Championship, an Olympic Gold, and the Stanley Cup. It does NOT include those who have also won a WJC.