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Soviet Union National Team
World Ice Hockey Champions 1981
European Ice Hockey Champions 1981

Team Roster
Alexander Maltsev, Vladimir Myshkin, Vladislav Tretiak, Andrew Chomutov, Nikolai Makarov, Sergei Makarov, Vladimir Krutov, Vladimir Golikov, Viacheslav Fetisov, Alexander Skvortsov, Sergei Babin, Sergei Shepelev, Viktor Zhluktov, Viktor Shalimov, Nikolai Drozdetsky, Valeri Vasiliev, Vasili Pervukhin, Zinetula Bilyaletdinov, Sergei Kapustin, Yuri Lebedev, Vladimir Petrov, Alexei Kasatonov

Head Coach - Viktor Tikhonov
Assistant Coach - Vladimir Vladimirovich Jurzinov
Education Work Coach - Vladimir Ash
Administrator - Anatoli Seglin
Doctor - Boris Sapronenko
Hockey Head of the State Committee of the USSR - Boris Mayorov
Head of sports management of the sports Committee of the USSR - Valentin Sych

Александр Мальцев, Владимир Мышкин, Владислав Третьяк, Андрей Хомутов, Николай Макаров, Сергей Макаров, Владимир Крутов, Владимир Голиков, Вячеслав Фетисов, Александр Скворцов, Сергей Бабинов, Сергей Шепелев, Виктор Жлуктов, Виктор Шалимов, Николай Дроздецкий, Валерий Васильев, Василий Первухин, Зинэтула Билялетдинов, Сергей Капустин, Владимир Петров, Алексей Касатонов, Юрий Лебедев

Анатолий Владимирович Сеглин (администратор), Владимир Владимирович Юрзинов (тренер), Борис Сапроненков (врач), Борис Александрович Майоров (начальник управления хоккея Госкомспорта СССР), Василий Первухин (за спиной), Виктор Васильевич Тихонов (старший тренер), Владимир Ясенев (тренер по воспитательной работе), Валентин Сыч (начальник управления спортивных игр Спорткомитета СССР)

The 1981 Ice Hockey World Championships took place at the Scandinavium arena in Gothenburg, Sweden 12–26 April 1981. Eight teams took part, firstly splitting into two groups of two, with the best two from each group advancing to the final group. These teams then play each other in the final round. This was the 47th World Championships, and also the 58th European Championships. The Soviet Union became World Champions for the 17th time, and also won their twentieth European title.

Sourced from www.worldhockeyclassic.ru.

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