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Nikolay Sologubov

Born August 23, 1934. Despite not getting involved in organized ice hockey until the age of 25, Nikolay Sologubov made up for lost time in a hurry. Summoned to the Central Red Army Team in Moscow from Khabarovsk, Sologubov embarked on a career with the club that spanned from 1949 - 1964. A nine time national champion, he saw action in 350 league games and scored 128 goals. Sologubov won a medal at six IIHF World Championships - one bronze, four silver and the gold during his last appearance in the 1963 event. During his two Olympic Games that he participated in, Sologubov and his teammates won the gold in 1956 and bronze in 1960. He also received individual recognition winning the IIHF Directorate Award for Best Defenseman three times, including at the 1960 Olympic Games. He played his last season with the SKA Kalinin club in the 1964 - 65 season. Sologubov passed away in 1988.

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