In memory of Alexei Marin

Alexei Marin, who earned the bronze medal of the 1991 World Championship with the senior national team as a goalkeeper, would have turned 56 years of age today on October 29.

He sadly passed away on 10 August 2016. During his successful career, Alexei won the Spengler Cup in 1989 and 1990, the Hungarian championship in 1999 and the MHL Cup in 1994. He claimed a silver and bronze medal of the 1991 and 1992 domestic league respectively.

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