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Konstantin  Loktev

Born June 16, 1933, in Moscow, Soviet Union. Loktev won 10 Soviet league titles from 1954-1966 with CSKA Moscow playing on the famous line with Alexander Almetov and Veniamin Alexandrov, netting 213 league goals in his 340 games. Loktev scored nine goals at his first IIHF World Championship in 1957, and went onto claim three gold, three silver and two bronze medals. He was named to the tournament All-Star teams 1965 and 1966 . Loktev also earned an Olympic gold in 1964 and a bronze in 1960. Upon retirement, he coached CSKA Moscow to two national titles and was an assistant coach for the Soviet national team, striking gold at the 1975 World Championship and the 1976 Innsbruck Olympics. Loktev passed away in 1998.

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