Weniamin Weniaminowitsch Alexandrov

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RussiaRussia  Weniamin Alexandrov Ice hockey player
IIHF Hall of Fame , 2007
Date of birth April 18, 1937
place of birth Moscow , Russian SFSR
date of death November 6, 1991
Place of death Moscow , Russia
size 181 cm
Weight 79 kg
position Left wing
Shot hand Left
Career stations
1955-1969 HK CSKA Moscow

Weniamin Weniaminowitsch Alexandrow ( Russian Вениамин Вениаминович Александров ; born April 18, 1937 in Moscow , Russian SFSR ; † November 6, 1991 ibid) was a Soviet ice hockey player .

In the Soviet league he scored a total of 345 goals in 400 games. He played for HK CSKA Moscow from 1955 to 1969 and won the Soviet league title ten times (1956, 1958–61, 1963–66 & 1968). In 1963 he was the top scorer in the league with 53 goals.

For the Soviet Union national ice hockey team he played from 1957 to 1968. He scored 119 goals in 161 games and won the Ice Hockey World Championship in 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967 and 1968. First he formed with Alexander Almetow and Konstantin Loktew a extremely powerful storm series. Later with Boris Michailow and Vladimir Petrow , here he was replaced by Valeri Kharlamov .

He later worked as a coach for HK CSKA Moscow , SKA Saint Petersburg and the Bulgarian club CSKA Sofia .

In 1963 he was honored for his services with the induction into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame and in 2007 into the IIHF Hall of Fame .


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