Alexander Nikolayevich Sidelnikov

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Soviet UnionSoviet Union  Alexander Sidelnikov Ice hockey player
Date of birth August 12, 1950
place of birth Solnnogorsk , Russian SFSR
date of death June 23, 2003
Place of death Cholmogory
size 176 cm
Weight 82 kg
position goalkeeper
Catch hand Left
Career stations
1974-1984 Krylya Sovetov Moscow

Alexander Nikolajewitsch Sidelnikow ( Russian Александр Николаевич Сидельников ; born August 12, 1950 in Solnschnogorsk , Russian SFSR ; † June 23, 2003 in Kholmogory ) was a Russian - Soviet national ice hockey goalkeeper .


During his career, the goalkeeper played exclusively for Krylya Sowetow Moscow and was with this 1974 both Soviet champion and cup winner . He also won the European Cup with Krylja in 1975 . In total he was in goal in 426 games in the Soviet league .

On November 4, 1972, he was in a game against Finland for the first time for the Soviet national team on the ice. His international career was crowned with a gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics . The national team stood between the posts in 38 international matches. On September 21, 1977 he played his last international match. In 1976 he was named " Honored Master of Sports of the USSR ".

After his sporting career Sidelnikow worked as a trainer in the junior division of Krylya Sovetov and later worked as a trainer and manager of the MGU Moscow ice hockey club.

Sidelnikov died in June 2003 at the age of 52 and was buried in the Trojekurowo cemetery in Moscow.

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  1. a b c Сидельников Александр Николаевич. In: Retrieved February 3, 2016 (Russian).