Summit Series defenseman, the great Alexander Gusev Death – Dead : Alexander Gusev Obituary : Cause of Death Unknown.
Summit Series defenseman, the great Alexander Gusev has died, according to the following statements posted on social media on July. 22, 2020.
Team Canada 1972 on Twitter: “It is with great sadness that we report passing of Summit Series defenseman, the great Alexander Gusev (Jan 21/47-Jul 22/20) at 73 years of age who played in 6 of the 8 games scoring a key goal in the Soviet’s game 5 win. Our condolences to Alexander’s family, teammates+friends.
It is with great sadness that we report passing of Summit Series defenseman, the great Alexander Gusev (Jan 21/47-Jul 22/20) at 73 years of age who played in 6 of the 8 games scoring a key goal in the Soviet's game 5 win. Our condolences to Alexander's family, teammates+friends. pic.twitter.com/yh1xdp5P6t
— Team Canada 1972 (@TeamCanada1972) July 22, 2020
Former Soviet hockey player Alexander Gusev has died. Born in 1947, Gusev first came to prominence in Canada during the 8-game 1972 Summit Series. pic.twitter.com/s6bk1rKIOl
— Sports Niagara-AG (@SportsNiagara) July 23, 2020
Very sad to hear that Alexander Gusev has passed away at the age of 73. He was a very familiar stalwart on defense in Soviet hockey in the 70’s and always made things difficult for Team Canada. @72SeriesBendell @HockeyCanada @IIHFHockey @HockeyHallFame @RussianEmbassyC pic.twitter.com/KYHhbzkDrz
— Richard J. Bendell (@72SeriesBendell) July 22, 2020
Rest in peace, Alexander Gusev. The ’72 Summit Series almunus and longtime Soviet national-team and CSKA defenceman passed away today at the age of 73. https://t.co/mGOv4WGvAV
— Patrick C (@ChunkletsHockey) July 22, 2020
Alexander Gusev, defenseman for the Soviet national team and CSKA Moscow, has passed at 74, informs his club. Gusev was 1976 Olympic champion, two-time World Champion, member of the 1972 Soviet Summit Series team and played in the 1975 Super Series, incl. the 3-3 game vs Habs. https://t.co/xVRQB2ggNd
— Szymon Szemberg (@Sz1909_Szemberg) July 22, 2020
“I thought I had one of the hardest slap shots in the world. When I arrived in Montreal, I discovered that almost every Canadian’s shot was at least as hard as mine.” Alexander Gusev @niagaracatholic @Russia_Toronto @RussianEmbassyC @Johnubacon @newerakate @PhilEspo7 @acorapi20 pic.twitter.com/lnG2OU5uvM
— Team Canada 1972 (@TeamCanada1972) July 3, 2020
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