Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Anissin

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RussiaRussia  Vyacheslav Anissin Ice hockey player
Date of birth July 11, 1951
place of birth Moscow
size 172 cm
Weight 76 kg
position center
Shot hand Left
Career stations
1970-1971 HK CSKA Moscow
1971-1976 Krylya Sovetov Moscow
1976-1981 HK CSKA Moscow
1981-1983 SKA Leningrad
1983-1988 HK Spartak Moscow
1988-1989 KHL Medveščak Zagreb
1989-1990 HC Milano Saima
1992-1993 HC Chiavenna

Vyacheslav Mikhailovich Anissin ( Russian Вячеслав Михайлович Анисин ; born July 11, 1951 in Moscow , at the time in the Russian SFSR ) is a former Russian ice hockey player .


Vyacheslav Anissin began his career in the youth division of HK CSKA Moscow , for which he played in Class A , the highest Soviet league, from 1970 . Between 1971 and 1976 he was active for Krylya Sowetow Moscow and developed into a national player. Together with his partners Alexander Bodunow and Yuri Lebedew he formed a very successful storm series.

On March 12, 1972, he was in a game against Germany for the first time for the Soviet national team on the ice. In 1972 he completed seven games for the Sbornaja as part of the 1972 Summit Series against Canada . His international career was crowned with three gold medals at the ice hockey world championships in 1973, 1974 and 1975. For the national team, he scored 35 goals in 99 international matches.

Between 1981 and 1988 he worked for HK Spartak Moscow and SKA Leningrad . In total, he scored 176 goals in 509 games in the highest Soviet league. He then let his career end with KHL Medveščak Zagreb , HC Milano Saima and HC Chiavenna .

In 1973 he was named the Honored Master of Sports of the USSR . On December 21, 1977 he played his last international match.

Between 1997 and 1999 he looked after Vitjas Chekhov from the Pervaya League as head coach.

His daughter Marina Anissina is a figure skater and 2002 Olympic champion in ice dancing . His son Michail Anissin is also an ice hockey player.

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