We congratulate Vyacheslav Butsaev!


On the 13th of June, 1992 Olympic champion and current HC Sochi head coach Vyacheslav Butsaev celebrates his birthday.

The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Vyacheslav a happy birthday, as well as happiness, health and more success!

Butsaev Vyacheslav Gennadyevich

Born on the 13th of June 1970 in Tolyatti

Soviet and Russian ice hockey player, 1992 Olympic champion and 1993 world champion

Honoured USSR Master of Sports

Career achievements:

1992 Olympic champion

1993 world champion

1991 European champion

2002 World Championship silver medalist

1991 World Championship bronze medalist

Two time Russian championship winner (2002, 2003)

Won the Swedish championship in 1997

Russian Ice Hockey Federation 

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