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Soviet Union National Team
World Ice Hockey Champions 1975
European Ice Hockey Champions 1975

Alexander Yakushev, Valeri Kharlamov, Vladimir Lutchenko, Vladislav Tretiak, Viktor Krivolapov, Yuri Lyapkin, Viktor Shalimov, Vladimir Petrov, Vladimir Shadrin, Sergei Kapustin, Gennadiy Tsygankov, Alexander Maltsev, Yuri Lebedev, Yuri Fedorov, Boris Mikhailov, Yuri Tyrin, Valeri Vasiliev, Aleksandr Filippov, Vyacheslav Anisin, Vladimir Vikulov

Head Coach - Konstantinov "Boris" Kulagin
Coach - Konstantin Loktev
Coach - Vladimir Yurzinov
Sports Committee of the USSR - Valentin Sych
Administrator - Anatoli Seglin
Doctor - Oleg Belakovsky
Masseur - Grigory Avseenko

Александр Якушев, Валерий Харламов, Владимир Лутченко, Владислав Третьяк, Виктор Криволапов, Юрий Ляпкин, Виктор Шалимов, Владимир Петров, Владимир Шадрин, Сергей Капустин, Геннадий Цыганков, Александр Мальцев, Юрий Лебедев, Юрий Фёдоров, Борис Михайлов, Юрий Тюрин, Валерий Васильев, Александр Филиппов, Вячеслав Анисин, Владимир Викулов

старший тренер - Борис Павлович Кулагин
тренер - Константин Борисович Локтев
тренер - Владимир Владимирович Юрзинов
начальник управления хоккея - Валентин Лукич Сыч
администратор - Анатолий Владимирович Сеглин
массажист - Григорий Авсеенко
врач - Олег Маркович Белаковский

The 1975 World Ice Hockey Championships were the 42nd Ice Hockey World Championships and the 53rd European Championships of ice hockey. The tournament took place in West Germany from 3 April to 19 April and the games were played in Munich and Düsseldorf. Six teams took part in the main tournament, each playing each other twice. The Soviet Union won all of their games, and became World Champions for the fourteenth time, and won their 17th European title.

This year did not offer much in the way of drama, with the expected order of finish happening again, and the host not even playing in the top level tournament. This helped to change the player eligibility rules and change the format. Finland narrowly missed a medal again, finishing fourth for the sixth straight year.

Sourced from www.worldhockeyclassic.ru.

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