Sergei Alexejewitsch Kapustin

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Sergei Kapustin
Date of birth February 13, 1953
place of birth Ukhta , Soviet Union
date of death June 4th 1995
Place of death Moscow
size 181 cm
Weight 87 kg
position Left wing
Shot hand Left
NHL Entry Draft 1982 , 7th lap, 141st position
New York Rangers
Career stations
1971-1977 Krylya Sovetov Moscow
1977-1980 HK CSKA Moscow
1980-1986 HK Spartak Moscow
1986-1987 Innsbruck EV
1987-1988 Salzburg EC

Sergei Alexejewitsch Kapustin ( Russian Сергей Алексеевич Капустин ; born February 13, 1953 in Ukhta , † June 4, 1995 in Moscow ) was a Soviet ice hockey player .


During his career, the striker played for Krylja Sowetow Moscow , HK CSKA Moscow and HK Spartak Moscow . In total, he scored 277 goals in 517 games in the Soviet league . So he was appointed to the team of the Soviet national ice hockey team. On November 5, 1972, he was in a game against Finland for the first time for the Sbornaja on the ice. His international career was crowned with a gold medal at the 1976 Winter Olympics . For the national team, he scored 120 goals in 208 international matches. On December 21, 1985, he played his last international match. In 1975 he was inducted into the " Russian Hockey Hall of Fame ". In the 1982 NHL Entry Draft , he was selected in the 7th round in 141st place by the New York Rangers .

He spent the years 1986 to 1988 in Austria and played for the Innsbrucker EV and the Salzburg EC .

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