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The fifth Russian in the hockey Hall of Fame

Igor Larionov, Hockey Olympic Champion

1960 - Born in Voskresensk, Soviet Union
1981 - Joins Central Red Army Sports Club (CSKA)
1982-  World Champion for two years running
1984 - Olympic Gold
1986 - World Champion
1988 - Olympic Gold
1989 - Signed by Vancouver Canucks
1989 - World Champion
1992 - Signed by HC Lugano
1993 - Signed by San Jose Sharks
1995 - Signed by Detroit Red Wings
1997 - Stanley Cup Championship with Detroit
2000 - Signed by Florida Panthers
2000 - Returns to Detroit Red Wings
2002 - Stanley Cup Championship with Detroit
2003 - Signed by New Jersey Devils
2008 - Included in Hockey Hall of Fame, Toronto

Today we will talk to one of the most decorated players in hockey history. He was a champion in the old Soviet Union, in the National Hockey League and at international level. And on June 17, his efforts were rewarded when he was inducted to the Hockey Hall of Fame. Our guest today is Igor Larionov.