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We congratulate Pavel Bure!

31.03.2017

On the 31st of March, famous ex Russian forward Pavel Bure celebrates his birthday. The Russian Ice Hockey Federation wishes Pavel a very happy 46th birthday, as well as health and happiness!

Bure Pavel Vladimirovich

Born on the 31st of March 1971 in Moscow

Soviet and Russian ice hockey player, came through HC CSKA Moscow's system

Honoured USSR Master of Sports in 1990

In the IIHF's Hall of Fame (2012)

The first Russian player in the NHL to have his jersey risen above the ice

Playing career:

1987-1991 CSKA

1991-1998 Vancouver Canucks

1994 Spartak Moscow

1994 EV Landsuht

1999-2001 Florida Panthers

2001-2003 New York Rangers

1989 USSR championship winner with CSKA

1990 USSR championship silver medalist with CSKA

1989 and 1990 winner of the European Cup with CSKA

Won the Calder trophy with the Vancouver Canucks in 1992

Maurice Richard trophy winner in 2000

International honours:

1988 youth European championship bronze medalist

1989 youth European champion

1989 junior world champion 

1990 junior World Championship silver medalist

1990 world champion

1991 junior World Championship silver medalist

1991 World Championship bronze medalist

1998 Olympic silver medalist, best forward of the tournament

2002 Olympic bronze medalist

Russian Ice Hockey Federation 

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