Alexander Nikolayevich Vinogradov

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Soviet UnionSoviet Union  Alexander Vinogradov Ice hockey player
Date of birth February 28, 1918
place of birth Moscow , Russian SFSR
date of death December 10, 1988
Place of death Moscow , Russian SFSR
size 177 cm
Weight 75 kg
position defender
Shot hand Left
Career stations
1946-1947 HK CSKA Moscow
1947-1953 WWS MWO Moscow
1953-1955 HK CSKA Moscow

Alexander Nikolajewitsch Vinogradow ( Russian Александр Николаевич Виноградов ; born February 28, 1918 in Moscow , Russian SFSR ; † December 10, 1988 ibid) was a Soviet athlete who played both football and ice hockey .


In 1937 Vinogradov began his football career at ZDKA Moscow and won the Soviet championship in 1946 and 1947 .

In 1946 he also started playing ice hockey . He practiced this sport until 1955. In 1951, 1952, 1953 and 1955 he won the Soviet championships . For the Soviet national ice hockey team he completed 6 games at the ice hockey world championships in 1954 and won the gold medal with his team.

In the 1960s after his playing days, Vinogradov coached HK CSKA Moscow and Krylja Sowetow Moscow .

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