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03-25-2009, 04:17 PM
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LW/RW - Alexander Bodunov

Originally Posted by The Summit in 1972
Alexander Bodunov was one of the top scorers of the Soviet hockey in the 1970's. His line, also featuring Viacheslav Anisin and Yuri Lebedev, was instrumental in various international tournaments played by Team USSR in that decade. Bodunov had an extremely powerful slapshot. He was famous for his goals scored after an instant rapid shot made without any visible preparation.
Originally Posted by International Hockey Legends
Bodunov was one of the members of the Soviet's "Kid Line," also dubbed the "Headache Line" by Canadian broadcaster Brian Conacher. Bodunov was the left winger who was introduced along with fellow linemates Viacheslav Anisin and Yuri Lebedev in game three of the series.....Alexander Bodunov snapped home a shot from the crease to beat Tony Esposito and knot the game at 4.

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