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  Valery Kharlamov - Definition, explanation
Born in Moscow, Russia, Valery Kharlamov, despite being relatively small in size, is regarded by many as one of the greats of the game.
Kharlamov was voted the game's MVP after he scored two goals while leading his team to an upset victory that shook the foundations of North American professional ice hockey to the core.
Valery Kharlamov is interred in the Kuntsevskoe Cemetery in Moscow.
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  Valery Kharlamov - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Valery Kharlamov   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Kharlamov began playing organized hockey as a boy and at age twenty, was named to the Soviet Union's national team to compete on the world stage.
Kharlamov was voted the game's MVP after he scored two goals while leading his team to an upset victory that shook the foundations of North American professional ice hockey to the core.
Valery Kharlamov is interred in the Kuntsevskoe Cemetery in Moscow.
www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/Valery-Kharlamov.html   (722 words)

  
 Atlanta Thrashers   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Kharlamov won his first world championship when he was 21 years old.
Valery is the five-year-old son of Alexander Kharlamov.
Valery received as a gift, a hockey stick that Kovalchuk used during the NHL season when he scored 41 goals and was named one of the best goal scorers in the NHL.
www.atlantathrashers.com /View.aspx?CID01=bff7c20f-e60f-4c15-b672-3a0761f83ea6   (295 words)

  
 Canada Commemorates Valery Kharlamov - Kommersant Moscow
Valery Kharlamov, who died in a motor crash in 1980, is one of the most popular hockey figure in the world.
Valery Kharlamov’s son, Alexander, as well as many hockey stars attended the ceremony celebrating the inducting of the player’s to the Hockey Hall of Fame.
Valery Kharlamov has become the third player of the Soviet and Russian national team — after Vladislav Tretyak and Vyacheslav Fetisov — to be inducted to the 300-strong Hockey Hall of Fame in Canada.
www.kommersant.com /p624611/r_500/Canada_Commemorates_Valery_Kharlamov   (247 words)

  
 Valery Kharlamov - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
Valery Kharlamov, born January 14, 1948 died August 27, 1981, was a star ice hockey player from the Soviet Union.
Kharlamov was voted the game's MVP after he scored two goals while leading his team to an upset victory that shook the foundations of the world of professional ice hockey to the core.
Kharlamov, who was already wearing a nose-guard as a result of a high stick that broke his nose, was unable to play in game seven and was largely ineffective in the final game.
www.music.us /education/V/Valery-Kharlamov.htm   (881 words)

  
 Valery Ivanovich Tokarev - Encyclopedia Glossary Meaning Explanation Valery Ivanovich Tokarev   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Valery Ivanovich Tokarev (Russian: Валерий Иванович Токарев), Russian Air Force Colonel and test cosmonaut at the Yuri A. Gagarin Cosmonaut Training Center, was born October 29, 1952 in the town of Kap-Yar, Astrakhan Region Resides at Star City, Moscow Region.
In 1987, Valery Tokarev was selected to join the cosmonaut corps to test and fly the Buran spacecraft.
Valery Tokarev is assigned to the Expedition-10 backup crew.
www.encyclopedia-glossary.com /en/Valery-Ivanovich-Tokarev.html   (468 words)

  
 Valery Kharlamov - Red Enciclopedia
Valery Borisovich Kharlamov (in cirillico Валерий Борисович Харламов) (Mosca, Russia, 14 gennaio 1948 - 27 agosto 1981) fu un grande giocatore di hockey su ghiaccio, due volte campione olimpico con l'Unione Sovietica negli anni 1970.
Purtroppo nel 1976 Kharlamov iniziò il proprio declino, quando fu vittima di un incidente stradale in cui subì delle gravi fratture alle gambe e alle braccia; incredibilmente Kharlamov riuscì a rientrare sul ghiaccio ad altissimi livelli, ciononostante fu evidente che il campione aveva perso gran parte della propria velocità.
Kharlamov continuò la propria carriera anche con la maglia della nazionale, tuttavia nell'agosto 1981, il tecnico Viktor Tikhonov lo escluse dalla squadra che avrebbe partecipato alla seconda edizione della Canada Cup; la notizia fu davvero scioccante per Kharlamov, che sicuramente entrò in uno stato di depressione, cercando conforto nell'alcol.
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 Spartanburg SC | GoUpstate.com | Spartanburg Herald-Journal   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Kharlamov began systematic training to play hockey as a boy, and at the age of twenty he was invited to the Soviet Union's national team to compete on the world stage.
The respect for Kharlamov's skills was so high that at the time many Canadian children named him as one of their favorite players, and in the Soviet Union he was a national hero and an inspiration for youngsters playing the game.
Valery Kharlamov is interred in the Novokuntsevskoe Cemetery in Moscow.
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 Valery Kharlamov
Kharlamov began systematic training to play hockey as a boy, and at the age of twenty he was invited to the Soviet Union's national team to compete on the world stage.
Kharlamov was voted the game's MVP after he scored two goals while leading his team to an upset victory that shook the foundations of North American professional ice hockey to the core.
The respect for Kharlamov's skills was so high that at the time many Canadian children named him as one of their favorite players, and in the Soviet Union he was a national hero and an inspiration for youngsters playing the game.
www.lookitup.co.za /v/a/l/Valery_Kharlamov_9029.html   (794 words)

  
 Russianhockey.net | Russian Hockey Deaths
Kharlamov's wife, Irina, was at the wheel that August night when their car skidded on a slippery road on the outskirts of Moscow and veered into the path of an oncoming truck.
One of the greatest wingers in hockey history, Kharlamov was involved in a 1976 accident similar to that which would kill him five years later.
While Kharlamov and Anatoly Fetisov are the most famous victims of auto accidents involving Soviet players, an inordinate number of others have lost their lives on the streets and highways.
www.russianhockey.net /RussianHockeyDeaths.html   (1686 words)

  
 www.romagnasport.it - News   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Valery Kharlamov fu al centro dell`hockey su ghiaccio negli anni 70`, prima che la generazione successiva iniziasse la sua migrazione verso il nord America e verso la National Hockey League (NHL).
Quattordici anni prima della sua morte, Kharlamov, ancora una giovane promessa, fu esiliato proprio a Chebarkul, a oltre 2.000 km a est di Mosca, dal boss del CSKA Tarasov.
Kharlamov gioco` solo alcuni mesi a Chebarkul; nella primavera del 1968 Tarasov lo richiamo` a Mosca, dove formo` una famosa linea assieme a Vladimir Petrov e Boris Mikhailov.
www.romagnasport.it /it/portal/news/det_news.asp?idn=13236&idc=142   (309 words)

  
 www.rian.ru
MOSCOW, November 8 (RIA Novosti) - Twenty-four years after his death, Soviet hockey legend Valery Kharlamov was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto late Monday, becoming the fourth Russian to be given the honor.
Valeri Kharlamov recorded 293 goals and 214 assists in 436 games with the CSKA Moscow Red Army club.
Kharlamov died at age 33 in an automobile accident.
en.rian.ru /sports/20051108/42019996-print.html   (157 words)

  
 The Summit in 1972: Players Info
Valery Kharlamov is a legend of Soviet hockey.
Despite a relatively small size even by hockey standards of the 1970's, Kharlamov was an author of unforgettable 1-on-1 moves that left the best defense players in the world wondering how he managed to outsmart them.
Being very creative and unpredictable on ice, Kharlamov was one of the major attractions to the game when he played hockey.
www.chidlovski.net /1972/h_playersru.asp?fname=Valery&lname=Kharlamov   (226 words)

  
 The Summit in 1974: Valery Kharlamov, Soviet MVP of the Decade
Kharlamov was a legend among the legends of Russian hockey.
Kharlamov's play was a perfect match of all three blended with the magic of his personality.
Kharlamov is no longer with us but his legacy and his impact on hockey players and fans go well beyond his life time.
www.chidlovski.com /personal/1974/story/sumvpkh.htm   (1005 words)

  
 For Young Home Buyers, It's Murder
On Jan. 19, the Moscow City Court convicted engaged couple Mikhail Kharlamov and Yelena Samokhina of hiring a hitman -- on credit -- to kill the bride's parents and younger brother to obtain ownership of the family apartment.
The plan was to sell the apartment and use the money to pay off the killer and purchase a smaller, cheaper apartment in which to begin their new life together, police spokesman Valery Buzovkin said.
Be that as it may, both Samokhina and Kharlamov were convicted of conspiracy to commit murder and sentenced to 7 1/2 years in prison.
www.themoscowtimes.com /stories/2005/02/10/012-full.html   (529 words)

  
 Russianhockey.net | IIHF Hall Of Fame
Born January 14, 1948 in Moscow, Kharlamov combined superior hockey intelligence with outstanding natural talent and established himself as one of the most formidable weapons in the dominant Soviet arsenal during the decade.
Kharlamov also played in the 1974 Pro Classic against the WHA stars, scoring two goals and six assists in the eight-game tournament.
Valeri Kharlamov is just the second Soviet-trained player inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame.
www.russianhockey.net /IIHFHOF.html   (5220 words)

  
 Ilya, take off #17 or grow up. - HFBoards
Kharlamov was part of the Soviet Teams that competed against the NHL and the WHA in the 1970's.
For this, Kharlamov was revered all around the world (including Canada and the USA) for his skill, his class and his grace.
Either Kovalchuk has never seen footage of Valery Kharlamov after he has scored a goal (which is absloutely impossible), or he just doesn't have the intelligence to grasp the fact that Kharlamov would never engage in the imbecelic behavior that Kovalchuk takes pride in after scoring a goal.
www.hfboards.com /showthread.php?t=213112   (745 words)

  
 Long Island Press: Long Island Newspaper, News, Entertainment, Real Estate, Classifieds, Automotive, Weddings, Business ...   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Valery Kharlamov, arguably the greatest Russian hockey player of all time, dazzled audiences the world over in the 1970s, way before the next generation of Russians were allowed to leave for North America's National Hockey League (NHL).
Kharlamov excelled against the Canadians, whether it was playing for his club or country.
Kharlamov became very depressed before his death and some of his team mates blamed dictatorial coach Viktor Tikhonov, who had dropped Kharlamov from the Soviet team for the 1981 Canada Cup at the last minute.
www.longislandpress.com /reuters/12_ds_237288.php?show=media   (908 words)

  
 Ice hockey at the 1976 Winter Olympics - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
At the 1976 Winter Olympics held in Innsbruck, Austria, the USSR team won the Gold Medal in ice hockey.
Star forward, Valery Kharlamov scored the game-winning goal in the final game.
But subsequent goals by Aleksandr Yakushev and one minute later by Valery Kharlamov lead to the victory of the USSR team.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Ice_hockey_at_the_1976_Winter_Olympics   (275 words)

  
 Summit Series - Biocrawler   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
In the second period, Valery Kharlamov scored twice, giving the Soviets a two-goal lead.
Bobby Clarke scored to bring Canada within one, but the Soviets pulled away with three more goals in the third and won 7-3.
In the second period, Bobby Clarke deliberately slashed Valery Kharlamov's ankle in an attempt to injure him.
www.biocrawler.com /encyclopedia/Summit_Series   (739 words)

  
 Russian Hockey Digest | Superleague | News | Valery Kharlamov Movie Project Set To Start   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Kharlamov’s name was immortalized in November 2005 as he was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame in Toronto.
On October 17th 2006 in Moscow, “17” was announced as the title of the movie; 17 was the number Kharlamov wore throughout his career.
Valery Kharlamov’s son Alexander, former NHL player, has been invited to participate in this project as a consultant.
www.rushockey.com /events.php?i=sl&stream=sl_news&id=531   (364 words)

  
 Orr Tried To Play In Game Eight - Russian Ice Hockey
Valeri had no chance to prove himself in NHL,while Orr had no chance to play in the ultimate series.
posted September 22, 2003 12:04 PM While I agree that Orr was no Kharlamov, he is the one Canadian player that reminds me the most of Kharlamov in terms of his skating, improvisation, and the ability to take the puck from one end of the rink to the other.
Although Orr was a defenseman and Kharlamov was a forward, I believe that there were a lot of similarities in their styles.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Valery Kharlamov, one of the greatest hockey players from the Soviet Union, passed away on August 28, 1981 at the age of 33.
In 1991, a monument to Kharlamov was erected on the 74th kilometer of Leningradskoye road - a 500 kg puck with an inscription on it: "Here fell the star of Russian hockey."
Born in Moscow, Russia, Valery Kharlamov, despite being relatively small in size, is regarded by many as one of the greatest masters of the game.
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 [No title]   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Valeri Kharlamov played during the 1970's prior to the arrival of Larionov and Makarov and co. His skating was unequaled and his passing and shooting was simply uncanny.
Stop Kharlamov from scoring was half the battle against the Soviets, the other half of course was trying to score against Tretiak.
Kharlamov and his wife died in another car crash on their way from their datcha to Moscow.
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 The Globe and Mail: The Summit Series, 1972-2002
Kharlamov, supposedly a penalty killer, was lurking behind Brad Park when Genady Tsigankov banked the puck off the boards to him.
And yet Kharlamov was sure enough of his teammates to vacate his defensive role and get into position for the break.
Kharlamov was the one player who should have blamed himself, missing an open net with several minutes remaining.
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 News Story Page - Ovechkin Wins Kharlamov Trophy - Washington Capitals   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
Kharlamov was one of the best Soviet hockey players, whose untimely death in a car accident shocked the country and brought to an unfortunate end his brilliant career.
The award was presented by Boris Kharlamov (Valery's father) and Alexander Kharlamov (Valery's son).
Alexander Kharlamov was a first-round pick of the Capitals (15th overall) in the 1994 NHL Entry Draft, but he never played in the NHL.
www.washingtoncaps.com /news/news.asp?story_id=4785   (479 words)

  
 Classic Auctions   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-11-03)
However, it was during the 1972 Summit Series that Kharlamov, along with teammate Vladislav Tretiak, became the talk of the hockey world.
At Montreal in game one, a virtually unknown Kharlamov astonished Canadian fans and their star hockey team with his explosive speed, agility, and goal scoring prowess.
Valery Kharlamov will be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame this year.
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 If Kharlamov Could've Made It [Archive] - HFBoards
11-10-2004, 02:49 PM Let's say that Valery Kharlamov makes it into the NHL at the age of 21 probably and goes on to have a full career in the NHL.
11-10-2004, 04:03 PM Let's say that Valery Kharlamov makes it into the NHL at the age of 21 probably and goes on to have a full career in the NHL.
As for Kharlamov in the NHL, if he was indeed the best Russian players of all time, I bet he'd score on pace with someone like Esposito, so pretty much top of the league for his time.
www.hfboards.com /archive/index.php/t-112932.html   (861 words)

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