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11-08-2009, 10:31 PM
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RW Vladimir Vikulov



Quote:
Originally Posted by Sturminator View Post

Soviet League top-5 scoring finishes:

2nd (71-72), 3rd (72-73), 4th (74-75), 5th (67-68)

Soviet League MVP voting finishes:

2nd (70-71), 3rd (71-72), 4th (69-70), 9th (76-77), 10th (75-76), 11th (73-74), 11th (74-75), 15th (77-78)

Soviet League all-star:

(69-70) - (70-71) - (71-72)

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IIHF Best Forward:

n/a

IIHF all-star:

1971 - 1972

World Championships top-5 scoring:

2nd (1972), 5th (1967), 5th (1970)

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Olympics top-5 scoring:

3rd (1972)
Quote:
Originally Posted by The Summit in 1972
Vladimir Vikulov was an extremely skillful and creative forward with slick stick handling, impressive 1-on-1 techniques, rapid and accurate shots on goal and well-catered assists on goals scored by his partners. Many famous players enjoyed the opportunity to play in one line with Vikulov considered one of the best Soviet playmakers in the 1960's and 1970's. The list of his career linemates included such world class individuals as Anatoly Firsov and xxxxxx xxxxxxxxx, Valery Kharlamov and Alexander Maltsev, xxxxx xxxxxxxxxx and xxxxxx xxxxxxxx. Overall, Vikulov was arguably one of the classiest Soviet forwards.

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