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Aleksandr Gusev (Born Jan 21 1947 in Moscow USSR) is a retired ice hockey player. He was inducted into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame in 1973.
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'''Aleksandr Gusev''' ({{lang-ru|Александр Владимирович Гусев}}; born 1947) is a former Soviet [[ice hockey]] player and Olympic champion. He participated at the [[1976 Winter Olympics]] in [[Innsbruck]], where the Soviet team won a gold medal.<ref name=sref>{{cite web |title=Aleksandr Gusev |publisher=Sports-Reference |url=http://www.sports-reference.com/olympics/athletes/gu/aleksandr-gusev-2.html |accessdate=25 October 2010}}</ref> He also played at the [[1976 Canada Cup]].
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Aleksandr Gusev (Russian: Александр Владимирович Гусев; born 1947) is a former Soviet ice hockey player and Olympic champion. He participated at the 1976 Winter Olympics in Innsbruck, where the Soviet team won a gold medal.[1] He also played at the 1976 Canada Cup.

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  1. Aleksandr Gusev. Sports-Reference. Retrieved on 25 October 2010.



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