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Viacheslav Fetisov

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Viacheslav Alexandrovich "Slava" Fetisov (Russian: Вячеслав Александрович Фетисов, Vjačeslav Aleksandrovič Fetisov; born 20 April 1958) is a retired Russian professional ice hockey defenceman. He played for HC CSKA Moscow for 13 seasons before joining the National Hockey League (NHL), where he played with the New Jersey Devils and won back-to-back Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings. After retiring from his playing career, he became the assistant coach for the New Jersey Devils. Having a very successful four years, he helped get the team to two Stanley Cup finals and one Stanley Cup victory.
Fetisov was instrumental in breaking the barrier that had prevented Soviet players from leaving the Soviet Union to join the NHL. His actions not only resulted in a number of top Soviet players joining the NHL, but encouraged many of the best players from all over Europe to go to North America.  Internationally, he was a long-time captain for the Soviet Union national team and is a two-time Olympic champion. In 2002, Fetisov led the Russian Ice Hockey Olympic team as GM and Head Coach, attaining a bronze medal. Considered one of the best defencemen of all time, he was voted as one of six players to the International Ice Hockey Federation's (IIHF) Centennial All-Star Team.
After retiring as a coach, Fetisov embarked on a political and executive career. After the 2002 Winter Olympics, Russian President Vladimir Putin offered him the position as Minister of Sport, a post he held until 2008. He is a member of the upper house of the Federal Assembly of Russia, the Federation Council representing Primorsky Krai, the founder and chairman of the KHL's Board of Directors and chair of the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) Athletes Committee. Fetisov was president of professional Russian hockey club HC CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL). He was also the key member of the bidding committee that presented the Sochi 2014 proposal to the IOC in Guatemala in 2007, when a city was being chosen to host the 2014 Winter Olympics.
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Viacheslav Fetisov

Viacheslav Fetisov

Ice hockey coach

  • Desc: Viacheslav Alexandrovich "Slava" Fetisov is a retired Russian professional ice hockey defenceman. He played for HC CSKA Moscow for 13 seasons before joining the National Hockey League, where he played with the New Jersey Devils and won back-to-back Stanley Cups with the Detroit Red Wings.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viacheslav_Fetisov
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  • Result Score: 194.94

Business talk with Viacheslav Fetisov

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Fetisov Arena

Fetisov Arena

Arena in Vladivostok, Russia

  • Desc: Fetisov Arena is an indoor arena located in Vladivostok, Russia. Completed in 2013, it has a seating capacity of 5,500 spectators for hockey matches and up to 7,000 for concerts. The venue is home of Admiral Vladivostok of the Kontinental Hockey League. The arena is named in honor of Viacheslav Fetisov.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Fetisov_Arena
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  • Result Score: 0.21
New Jersey Devils

New Jersey Devils

Ice hockey team

Ladlena Fetisova

Viacheslav Fetisov's wife

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Anastasia Fetisova

Viacheslav Fetisov's daughter

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Igor Larionov

Igor Larionov

Sports agent

  • Desc: Igor Nikolayevich Larionov is a Russian sports agent and former professional ice hockey player, known as The Professor. Along with Viacheslav Fetisov, he was instrumental in breaking the barrier that kept Soviet players from joining the National Hockey League.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Igor_Larionov
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  • Result Score: 0.01

Aleksandr Fetisov

Viacheslav Fetisov's father

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Anatoly Fetisov

Viacheslav Fetisov's brother

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8806 Fetisov

Asteroid

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Natalya Fetisova

Viacheslav Fetisov's mother

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Viktor Zhluktov

Ice hockey player

  • Desc: Viktor Vasilievich Zhluktov is a retired Russian ice hockey player who played for CSKA Moscow and the Soviet Union. In the 1976 Canada Cup, Zhluktov scored 5 goals and 4 assists in 5 games, tying him for both the most points and goals in the tournament, despite playing two fewer games than the players he tied with.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Viktor_Zhluktov
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Sergei Starikov

Sergei Starikov

Ice hockey player

  • Desc: Sergei Viktorovich Starikov is a Russian ice hockey coach, who competed as defenseman for the Soviet national team. Sergei Starikov won 9 national titles in the Soviet Union. Participating in 3 Olympic Tournaments, Sergei won 2 Gold and 1 Silver medal.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sergei_Starikov
  • Type: Person, Thing
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Calgary Cup

Tournament

  • Desc: The Calgary Cup was a four-team ice hockey tournament held from December 26, 1986, to January 3, 1987, in Calgary, Alberta, Canada.
  • Wiki: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Calgary_Cup
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The Last Game

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