Boris Pavlovich Kulagin

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Soviet UnionSoviet Union  Boris Kulagin Ice hockey player
Date of birth December 31, 1924
place of birth Barnaul
date of death January 25, 1988
Place of death Moscow
position striker
Career stations
1946-1948 WWS MWO Moscow
1948-1949 Dzerzhinez Chelyabinsk
1949-1950 WWS MWO Moscow
1950-1951 ZDSA Moscow
Soviet UnionSoviet Union  Boris Kulagin
Coaching stations
1958-1960 SKA Kuibyshev
1970-1971 CSKA Moscow
1971-1976 Krylya Sovetov Moscow
1974-1977 Soviet. National team
1979-1984 HK Spartak Moscow

Boris Pavlovich Kulagin ( Russian Борис Павлович Кулагин ; born December 31, 1924 in Barnaul , † January 25, 1988 in Moscow ) was a Russian ice hockey player and coach.


His career began in 1946 at WWS MWO Moscow . After only two seasons and one more with Dzerzhinez Chelyabinsk , he came to ZDSA Moscow in 1950 and stayed there until the end of his career in 1951.

From 1958 to 1960 Kulagin was the head coach of SKA Kuibyshev . In 1961 he went to HK CSKA Moscow , where he worked as an assistant coach until 1970 and then as head coach with the gang until 1971. Then Kulagin was the head coach of city rivals HK Krylya Sowetow Moscow until 1976 , with whom he won the Soviet championship in the 1973/74 season.

In his role as national coach of Sbornaja , he took part in the 1975 World Cup and in 1976 at the Winter Games in Innsbruck.

From 1979 to 1984 Kulagin looked after the professional team at HK Spartak Moscow .

Achievements and Awards


  • 1976 gold medal at the Olympic Winter Games
  • 1975 gold medal at the world championship

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