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Men’s National Team

IIHF Member from 1953-1992
Played From 1952-1992
Facebook The Big Red Machine
Nickname The Big Red Machine
Games Played 916
Wins 741
Losses 110
Ties 65
Home Games 193
Away Games 723
Goals For 5635
Goals Against 1906
Most Games Alexander Maltsev (321)
Most Points Valeri Kharlamov (275)
First Game Played April 22nd, 1951 – 23-2 win over East Germany
Biggest Win 28-2 over Italy December 26th, 1967
Biggest Loss 8-2 to Canada January 9th, 1968
World Championships:
Gold:
 1954, 1956, 1963, 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1968, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1973, 1974, 1975, 1978, 1979, 1981, 1982, 1983, 1986, 1989, 1990

Silver: 1955, 1957, 1958, 1959, 1976, 1987
Bronze: 1960, 1961, 1972, 1977, 1985, 1991
Olympic Games:
Gold:
1956, 1964, 1968, 1972, 1976, 1984, 1988

Silver: 1980
Bronze: 1960
Canada Cup/World Cup: 1981
Soviet Union Men All Time Results

ROSTER
GK Vladimir Myshkin Lukko (FIN)
GK Andrei Trefilov Dynamo Moscow (USSR)
DEF Vyacheslav Fetisov New Jersey Devils (NHL)
DEF Alexei Gusarov Quebec Nordiques (NHL)
DEF Alexei Kasatonov New Jersey Devils (NHL)
DEF Vladimir Konstaninov CSKA Moscow (USSR)
DEF Igor Kravchuk CSKA Moscow (USSR)
DEF Vladimir Malakhov CSKA Moscow (USSR)
DEF Dmitri Mironov Krylia Sovetov Moscow (USSR)
FW Pavel Bure CSKA Moscow (USSR)
FW Vyacheslav Butsayev CSKA Moscow (USSR)
FW Vyacheslav Bykov Fribourg Gottéron (SWI)
FW Valari Kamensky CSKA Moscow (USSR)
FW Vyacheslav Kozlov Khimik Voskresensk (USSR)
FW Dmitri Kvartalnov Khimik Voskresensk (USSR)
FW Andrei Lomakin Dynamo Moscow (USSR)
FW Sergei Marakov Calgary Flames (NHL)
FW Sergei Nemchinov Krylia Sovetov Moscow (USSR)
FW Alexandr Semak Dynamo Moscow (USSR)
FW Valeri Zelepukin Khimik Voskresensk (USSR)
FW Alexei Zhamnov Dynamo Moscow (USSR)
HC Viktor Tikhonov
(1991 World Championship Squad)

Junior U20 National Team

IIHF Member from 1953-1992
Played From 1973-1992
Games Played 188
Wins 139 Losses 31 Ties 18
Longest Winning Streak (21) 1974-1977
Longest Unbeaten Streak (30) 1973-1970
Longest Losing Streak (2) 1987
Home Games 38 Away Games 147
Goals For 1045 Goals Against 501
Most Games Pavel Bure, Alexander Semak & Sergei Zubov (21) Most Points Pavel Bure (39)
First Game Played December 27,1973 – 6-2 win over Finland
Biggest Win 19-1 over Austria December 27th, 1980
Biggest Loss 8-1 to Czechoslovakia November 2nd, 1988
World Junior Championships:
Gold:
1974, 1975, 1976, 1977, 1978, 1979, 1980, 1983, 1984, 1986, 1989

Silver: 1988, 1990, 1991
Bronze: 1981, 1985
Soviet Union vs Others
Games Played 5
Wins 0 Losses 4 Ties 1
Home Games 5 Away Games 0
Goals For 20 Goals Against 43
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ROSTER
GK Sergei Tkachenko Sokil Kiev (USSR)
GK Sergei Zvyagin Krylia Sovetov Moscow (USSR)
DEF Darius Kasparaitis Dynamo Moscow (USSR)
DEF Boris Mironov CSKA Moscow (USSR)
DEF Dmitri Motkov CSKA Moscow (USSR)
DEF Yevegeni Namestnikov Torpedo Gorky (USSR)
DEF Sandis Ozolinsh Dynamo Riga (USSR)
DEF Dmitri Yushkevich Torpedo Yaroslavl (USSR)
DEF Alexei Zhitnik Sokil Kiev (USSR)
DEF Sergie Zubov CSKA Moscow (USSR)
FW Sergei Berezin Khimik Voskresensk (USSR)
FW Pavel Bure CSKA Moscow (USSR)
FW Yan Kaminsky Dynamo Moscow (USSR)
FW Valari Karpov Traktor Chelyabinsk (USSR)
FW Konstantin Korotkov Spartak Moscow (USSR)
FW Vyacheslav Kozlov Khimik Voskresensk (USSR)
FW Alexei Kudashov Krylia Sovetov Moscow (USSR)
FW Sergei Martinyuk Torpedo Yaroslavl (USSR)

FW Oleg Petrov CSKA Moscow (USSR)
FW Mikhail Volkov Krylia Sovetov Moscow (USSR)
FW Sergei Zholtok Dynamo Riga (USSR)
HC Robert Cherenkov
(1991 World Junior Squad)