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Father of Russian hockey: 100 years since the birth of Anatoly Tarasov

December 10, 2018, 16:27 UTC+3

December 10 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Soviet hockey player and coach Anatoly Tarasov

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Soviet national ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
Soviet national ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
Soviet national ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
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Soviet ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov and players Yuri Chichurin and Yuri Blinov, 1971
Soviet ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov and players Yuri Chichurin and Yuri Blinov, 1971
Soviet ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov and players Yuri Chichurin and Yuri Blinov, 1971
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Anatoly Tarasov and goalkeeper Vladislav Tretyak, 1972
Anatoly Tarasov and goalkeeper Vladislav Tretyak, 1972
Anatoly Tarasov and goalkeeper Vladislav Tretyak, 1972
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Soviet national ice hockey team: goalkeepers Viktor Konovalenko and Vladislav Tretiak, Vitaly Davydov, Valeri Kharlamov, Vladimir Vikulov, Boris Mikhailov, Igor Romishevsky, Anatoli Firsov, Igor Samochernov, Vladimir Petrov, Viktor Polupanov, Alexander Ragulin, coach Anatoly Tarasov, Alexander Martynyuk, Vyacheslav Starshinov, Yuri Reps, Valery Nikitin, Vladimir Shadrin, Alexander Yakushev, Yevgeny Mishakov, Vladimir Lutchenko, Evgeniy Paladiev, Alexander Maltsev and head coach Arkady Chernyshov, 1670
Soviet national ice hockey team: goalkeepers Viktor Konovalenko and Vladislav Tretiak, Vitaly Davydov, Valeri Kharlamov, Vladimir Vikulov, Boris Mikhailov, Igor Romishevsky, Anatoli Firsov, Igor Samochernov, Vladimir Petrov, Viktor Polupanov, Alexander Ragulin, coach Anatoly Tarasov, Alexander Martynyuk, Vyacheslav Starshinov, Yuri Reps, Valery Nikitin, Vladimir Shadrin, Alexander Yakushev, Yevgeny Mishakov, Vladimir Lutchenko, Evgeniy Paladiev, Alexander Maltsev and head coach Arkady Chernyshov, 1670
Soviet national ice hockey team: goalkeepers Viktor Konovalenko and Vladislav Tretiak, Vitaly Davydov, Valeri Kharlamov, Vladimir Vikulov, Boris Mikhailov, Igor Romishevsky, Anatoli Firsov, Igor Samochernov, Vladimir Petrov, Viktor Polupanov, Alexander Ragulin, coach Anatoly Tarasov, Alexander Martynyuk, Vyacheslav Starshinov, Yuri Reps, Valery Nikitin, Vladimir Shadrin, Alexander Yakushev, Yevgeny Mishakov, Vladimir Lutchenko, Evgeniy Paladiev, Alexander Maltsev and head coach Arkady Chernyshov, 1670
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Coaches of Soviet national ice hockey team Arkady Chernyshov and Anatoly Tarasov having a conversation during the 1969 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championship in Stockholm, 1969
Coaches of Soviet national ice hockey team Arkady Chernyshov and Anatoly Tarasov having a conversation during the 1969 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championship in Stockholm, 1969
Coaches of Soviet national ice hockey team Arkady Chernyshov and Anatoly Tarasov having a conversation during the 1969 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championship in Stockholm, 1969
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Anatoly Tarasov (second from left) analyzing the game, 1969
Anatoly Tarasov (second from left) analyzing the game, 1969
Anatoly Tarasov (second from left) analyzing the game, 1969
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Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
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Soviet ice hockey national team and coach Anatoly Tarasov are seen after winning IIHF World Championship, Switzerland, 1971
Soviet ice hockey national team and coach Anatoly Tarasov are seen after winning IIHF World Championship, Switzerland, 1971
Soviet ice hockey national team and coach Anatoly Tarasov are seen after winning IIHF World Championship, Switzerland, 1971
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Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
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Renowned hockey coach, founder of the Zolotaya Shaiba competition Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
Renowned hockey coach, founder of the Zolotaya Shaiba competition Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
Renowned hockey coach, founder of the Zolotaya Shaiba competition Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
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Soviet national ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
© Sergei Metelitsa/TASS
Soviet ice hockey team head coach Anatoly Tarasov and players Yuri Chichurin and Yuri Blinov, 1971
© Valentin Sobolev/TASS
Anatoly Tarasov and goalkeeper Vladislav Tretyak, 1972
© Viktor Budan/TASS
Soviet national ice hockey team: goalkeepers Viktor Konovalenko and Vladislav Tretiak, Vitaly Davydov, Valeri Kharlamov, Vladimir Vikulov, Boris Mikhailov, Igor Romishevsky, Anatoli Firsov, Igor Samochernov, Vladimir Petrov, Viktor Polupanov, Alexander Ragulin, coach Anatoly Tarasov, Alexander Martynyuk, Vyacheslav Starshinov, Yuri Reps, Valery Nikitin, Vladimir Shadrin, Alexander Yakushev, Yevgeny Mishakov, Vladimir Lutchenko, Evgeniy Paladiev, Alexander Maltsev and head coach Arkady Chernyshov, 1670
© Valentin Sobolev, Alexander Yakovlev/TASS
Coaches of Soviet national ice hockey team Arkady Chernyshov and Anatoly Tarasov having a conversation during the 1969 IIHF World Ice Hockey Championship in Stockholm, 1969
© Vyacheslav Un Da-sin/TASS
Anatoly Tarasov (second from left) analyzing the game, 1969
© TASS
Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
© Sergei Metelitsa/TASS
Soviet ice hockey national team and coach Anatoly Tarasov are seen after winning IIHF World Championship, Switzerland, 1971
© TASS
Anatoly Tarasov and young hockey players, 1979
© Sergei Metelitsa/TASS
Renowned hockey coach, founder of the Zolotaya Shaiba competition Anatoly Tarasov, 1979
© Sergei Metelitsa/TASS

December 10 marks the 100th anniversary of the birth of the Soviet hockey player and coach Anatoly Tarasov. The CSKA Moscow team led by Tarasov became the Soviet Union’s champion 18 times (1948-1950, 1955, 1956, 1958-1960, 1963-1966, 1968, 1970-1973, 1975), while the country’s national squad won the world championships nine times in a row (1963-1971) and the Olympic Games three times (1964, 1968 and 1972). In 1974, the legendary coach was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto. In 1997, he was among the first to be inducted into the Hall of Fame of the International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF). Anatoly Tarasov passed away on June 23, 1995, at the age of 76.

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