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Return of the Red Machine

Vyacheslav Bykov, head coach of the Russian national hockey team

1960 - Born in Chelyabinsk
1979 - Joins Traktor Chelyabinsk hockey team
1982 - Joins CSKA Moscow hockey team
1983 - Gold medal, World Championship, Soviet NATIONAL HOCKEY TEAM
1986 - Gold medal, World Championship, Soviet National Hockey Team
1988 - Olympic champion, Soviet National Hockey Team
1989 - Gold medal, World Championship, Soviet National Hockey Team
1989 - Drafted by the Quebec Nordiques, NHL entry draft
1990 - Joins Fribourg-Gotteron, Swiss National League A
1992 - Olympic champion, Russian National Hockey Team
1993 - Gold medal, World Championship, Russian National Hockey Team
1989 - Joins Lausanne, Swiss National League B
2000 - Retires from professional hockey
2006 - Head coach, Russian National Hockey Team
2008 - Wins World Championship gold as head coach of the Russian National Hockey Team
2009 - Wins World Championship gold as head coach of the Russian National Hockey Team
2009 - Head coach, Salavat Yulaev Ufa

In the ice hockey world championships in Swiss capital Bern, Russia beat Canada 2-1 to win. It’s the second year running that Canada has lost to Russia in the final. Vyacheslav Bykov, the head coach of the Russian national hockey team is our guest in the studio.

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