Vladimir Vladimirovich Petrov
|IIHF Hall of Fame , 2006|
|Date of birth||June 30, 1947|
|place of birth||Krasnogorsk , Russian SFSR|
|date of death||February 28, 2017|
|Place of death||Moscow , Russia|
|1965-1967||Krylya Sovetov Moscow|
|1967-1981||HK CSKA Moscow|
Vladimir Vladimirovich Petrov ( Russian Владимир Владимирович Петров ; born June 30, 1947 in Krasnogorsk , Russian SFSR ; † February 28, 2017 in Moscow ) was a Russian - Soviet ice hockey player and official.
In the Soviet league he played from 1965 to 1967 for Krylya Sowetow Moscow , from 1967 to 1981 for HK CSKA Moscow and from 1981 to 1983 for SKA Leningrad . At CSKA Moscow and in the national team, he formed one of the best storm series with Boris Michailow and Valeri Kharlamov , which preceded the famous KLM series .
With the Soviet national ice hockey team , he won Olympic gold medals in 1972 and 1976 and a silver medal in 1980 .
After the end of his playing career he was initially a coach at SKA Leningrad in the 1983/84 season. Between 1986 and 1988 he was the football head coach of the armed forces of the USSR . He then worked for SKA MWO Kalinin between 1989 and 1990 .
From May 22, 1992 to April 8, 1994, Petrov was President of the Russian Ice Hockey Federation. In 2006 he was honored with the induction into the IIHF Hall of Fame .
In the 1995/96 season Petrov was managing director of HK Spartak Moscow , between 1998 and 2000 in the same position at CSKA Moscow and from 2003 to 2005 general manager of SKA Saint Petersburg . From the beginning of the 2000s he also produced movies, including about Valeri Kharlamov . Since 2013 he has been president of the public junior ice hockey organization "Golden Puck".
Vladimir Petrov died on February 28, 2017 after a brief illness in a Moscow hospital. The funeral took place on March 2, 2017 at the military cemetery in Mytishchi .
- 1975, 1978 Badge of Honor of the Soviet Union
- Medal "For Heroic Work"
- 1996 Order of Friendship
- 2006 induction into the IIHF Hall of Fame
- 2011 Order of Merit for the Fatherland IV class
- 1968, 1970, 1971, 1972, 1973, 1975, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1981 Soviet champion
- 1968, 1969, 1973, 1977, 1979 Soviet cup winner
- 1972, 1973 - Soviet Player of the Year
- 1973, 1975, 1977, 1979 - All-Star Team in the Soviet League
- 1970, 1973, 1975, 1978, 1979 - Best scorer in the Soviet League
- 1972, 1976 gold medal at the Winter Olympics
- 1980 silver medal at the Olympic Games
- 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981 gold medal at the world championships
- 1972, 1976 silver medal at the world championships
- 1977 bronze medal at the world championship
- 1973, 1975, 1977, 1979 - World Cup - All-Star team
- 1973, 1975, 1977, 1979 - best scorer at world championships
|1965/66||Krylya Sovetov Moscow||Class A||23||1||8th||9||-|
|1966/67||Krylya Sovetov Moscow||Class A||44||15th||9||24||-|
|1967/68||CSKA Moscow||Class A||38||21st||19th||40||-|
|1968/69||CSKA Moscow||Class A||39||27||18th||45||-|
|1969/70||CSKA Moscow||Class A||43||51||21st||72||-|
|1970/71||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||37||16||16||32||-|
|1971/72||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||32||21st||16||37||-|
|1972/73||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||30th||27||22nd||49||-|
|1973/74||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||28||14th||14th||28||34|
|1974/75||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||34||27||26th||53||58|
|1975/76||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||34||22nd||22nd||44||46|
|1976/77||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||35||26th||36||62||57|
|1977/78||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||31||28||28||56||41|
|1978/79||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||43||26th||37||63||54|
|1979/80||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||32||21st||20th||41||28|
|1980/81||CSKA Moscow||Vysschaya League||40||19th||24||43||42|
|1981/82||SKA Leningrad||Vysschaya League||20th||4th||3||7th||24|
|1982/83||SKA Leningrad||Vysschaya League||12||4th||4th||8th||18th|
|Class A / Wysschaja League overall||595||370||343||713||402|
( Legend for player statistics: Sp or GP = games played; T or G = goals scored; V or A = assists scored ; Pkt or Pts = scorer points scored ; SM or PIM = penalty minutes received ; +/− = plus / minus balance; PP = overpaid goals scored ; SH = underpaid goals scored ; GW = winning goals scored; 1 play-downs / relegation )
- Vladimir Petrow at eliteprospects.com (English)
- Vladimir Petrov at eurohockey.com
- Info and biography at 1972 Summit Series (English)
- Vladimir Petrow in the database of Sports-Reference (English; archived from the original )
- ↑ Russia's ice hockey idol Petrov has died. sport.de , February 28, 2017, accessed on March 1, 2017 .
- ↑ Хоккеиста Владимира Петрова похоронят 2 марта. rbc.ru , February 28, 2017, accessed March 1, 2017 (Russian).
|SURNAME||Petrov, Vladimir Vladimirovich|
|ALTERNATIVE NAMES||Petrov, Vladimir (different spelling); Петров, Владимир Владимирович (Russian)|
|BRIEF DESCRIPTION||Russian-Soviet ice hockey player and official|
|DATE OF BIRTH||June 30, 1947|
|PLACE OF BIRTH||Krasnogorsk , Russian Soviet Federative Socialist Republic , Soviet Union|
|DATE OF DEATH||February 28, 2017|
|Place of death||Moscow , Russia|