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Boris Mayorov

Born on February 11, 1938 in Moscow, Soviet Union. Forward Boris Mayorov played for Spartak Moscow from 1956 to 1969 and was national champion in 1962, 1967 and 1969. He scored 62 goals in 118 international games for the Soviet Union. During the seven IIHF World Senior Pool A Championship tournaments he played in, Mayorov captained his team to the IIHF World Championship title six times. After his playing days, Mayorov had a long coaching career in Finland with Jokerit and Tappara, and won one Finnish national championship title. Boris Mayorov was Director of the Former Soviet Union Ice Hockey Federation and has also served as National Team Manager for the Russian Ice Hockey Federation in numerous tournaments. Boris Mayorov has followed in the footsteps of his twin brother Evgeni, also a former IIHF World Champion who passed away in 1998, to become a beloved television commentator.

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