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Vyacheslav Anisin is 69 years old!

11.07.2020

Today on the 11th of July, multi world, European and USSR champion Vyacheslav Anisin is celebrating his 69th birthday. The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Vyacheslav a happy birthday, as well as family happiness and health!

Anisin Vyacheslav Mikhaylovich

Born on the 11th of July 1951 in Moscow

Coaching career:

1996 - HC Spartak Moscow coach 1996—1997 — HC Spartak Moscow head coach   1997-1999 - head coach of HC Vityaz 1999-2000 - head coach of Krylya Sovetov Moscow 2002-2003 - Krylya Sovetov coach 2003 - head coach of Krylya Sovetov 2007 - head coach of Krylya Sovetov

Achievements:

Three time world champion (1973, 1974, 1975)

Three time European champion (1973, 1974, 1975)

Multi USSR champion

USSR Cup winner in 1974, 1977 and 1979

Multi European Cup winner

1989 Yugoslavia champion

Honoured USSR Master of Sports

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