Vladislav TretIak


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Tret’Iak, Vladislav Aleksandrovich

 

Born Apr. 25, 1952, in the village of Orud’evo, Moscow Oblast. Soviet hockey player. Honored Master of Sport (1971). Officer in the Soviet Army. Member of the Central Committee of the All-Union Lenin Communist Youth League (1974).

Between. 1970 and 1976, Tret’iak was on several occasions champion of the USSR as a member of the team of the Central Sports Club of the Army. During the same period he was European and world champion. In 1972 and 1976, as goalie, he was champion of the Olympic Games in the ice hockey competitions. Tret’iak has been awarded the Order of the Badge of Honor.

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22, 1980, were asking, ''Why isn't Vladislav Tretiak between the pipes?
President Vladimir Putin declared the Games officially open after Maria Sharapova, Russia's equivalent of David Beckham, carried the flame into the Fisht Stadium before it was lit by triple gold medallists Irina Rodnina and Vladislav Tretiak.
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Guests include former Soviet National Team stars Vladislav Tretiak and Sergei Starikov; Hall of Famer Brendan Shanahan; Islanders goalie and two-time Russian Olympian Evgeni Nabokov, former NHL GM and coach Pat Quinn and former Canucks owner Arthur Griffiths
Guests include former Soviet National Team stars Vladislav Tretiak and Sergei Starikov ; Hall of Famer Brendan Shanahan ; Islanders goalie and two-time Russian Olympian Evgeni Nabokov , former NHL GM and coach Pat Quinn and former Canucks owner Arthur Griffiths
They received sports and life pointers from some of the Soviet Union's and Russia's best known ice hockey players and administrators, including the vice president of the Ice Hockey Federation, Igor Tuzik, who was with the group every day, and the president of the federation, hockey legend Vladislav Tretiak.
Federation president Vladislav Tretiak added: "We have suffered an irreparable loss.
While the authors kick off the book with the broad assertion that post-communist Russia is run by a triumvirate of corrupt politicians, spies and mobsters, the majority of the 72-page first chapter dwells in the past, hop-scotching from a 1987 fire at the Russian consulate in Montreal to musings about the possible KGB ties of 1970s hockey legend Vladislav Tretiak.
Numbers game: Ed Belfour switched his uniform number to 20 when he was traded to the San Jose Sharks to honor Vladislav Tretiak, the Blackhawks' goaltending consultant.
Vladislav Tretiak and Irina Rodnina were given the honor of sparking the cauldron that will burn throughout Russia's first Winter Olympics.
It's hard to understand the scale of the tragedy," said Vladislav Tretiak.
Belfour won the Calder Trophy as the NHL's top rookie in 1990-91 while under the tutelage of former Soviet Union great Vladislav Tretiak, who still is Chicago's goaltending coach.
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