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September 7, 1990
One-time Soviet hockey star Vladislav Tretiak was signed by the Chicago Blackhawks as a goaltending instructor and scout.
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February 12, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT, From Staff and Wire Reports
When U.S. goaltender Ray LeBlanc shut out Germany, 2-0, Tuesday, it was a case of the student showing what he has learned from an Olympic teacher. LeBlanc, who plays in the Chicago Blackhawks' minor league system, has been tutored by Vladislav Tretiak, the goalie who led the Soviet Union to three Olympic gold medals and one silver medal, and who is a member of the hockey Hall of Fame.
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April 21, 1989
Soviet goaltender Vladislav Tretiak was among six players nominated for election to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The other nominees were Bill Barber of the Philadelphia Flyers; Ted Green, a defenseman who played with Boston in the NHL and New England and Winnipeg of the World Hockey Assn.; Steve Shutt of the Montreal Canadiens and the Kings; Darryl Sittler, who played with Toronto, Philadelphia and Detroit, and Ed Westfall, a forward who played with Boston and the New York Islanders.
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September 7, 1990
One-time Soviet hockey star Vladislav Tretiak was signed by the Chicago Blackhawks as a goaltending instructor and scout.
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September 1, 1988 | Associated Press
The Kings have been in contact with Vladislav Tretiak, the former star goaltender of the Soviet national team, to discuss a comeback, the Toronto Star reported Wednesday. The newspaper said that King center Wayne Gretzky called Tretiak, who is teaching at a hockey school in Montreal, to determine his interest. The Kings will also seek to switch divisions with the Toronto Maple Leafs when the National Hockey League's board of governors meets next week.
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February 21, 1988 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
He stars in a deodorant commercial, has published one book and finished writing another, and will have his own video, soon to be available at your friendly neighborhood outlet. Saturday, he had Calgarians queuing up in a line that stretched around the block while he signed autographs for two hours in a downtown department store. Store officials said he drew a bigger crowd than Sophia Loren when she was here, pushing her new line of perfume.
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February 12, 1992 | HELENE ELLIOTT, From Staff and Wire Reports
When U.S. goaltender Ray LeBlanc shut out Germany, 2-0, Tuesday, it was a case of the student showing what he has learned from an Olympic teacher. LeBlanc, who plays in the Chicago Blackhawks' minor league system, has been tutored by Vladislav Tretiak, the goalie who led the Soviet Union to three Olympic gold medals and one silver medal, and who is a member of the hockey Hall of Fame.
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September 15, 1989 | Associated Press
Edmonton goaltender Grant Fuhr had an emergency appendectomy Thursday and will be out of action for up to two months, the Oilers announced. Fuhr, 26, reported to the Oilers' dressing room Thursday morning complaining of pains in his abdomen. After being examined by teammate Randy Gregg, a doctor, he was sent to another doctor. A surgeon later determined that Fuhr's appendix was in danger of rupturing, and a surgery was required immediately.
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August 15, 2004
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April 21, 1989
Soviet goaltender Vladislav Tretiak was among six players nominated for election to the Hockey Hall of Fame. The other nominees were Bill Barber of the Philadelphia Flyers; Ted Green, a defenseman who played with Boston in the NHL and New England and Winnipeg of the World Hockey Assn.; Steve Shutt of the Montreal Canadiens and the Kings; Darryl Sittler, who played with Toronto, Philadelphia and Detroit, and Ed Westfall, a forward who played with Boston and the New York Islanders.
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September 1, 1988 | Associated Press
The Kings have been in contact with Vladislav Tretiak, the former star goaltender of the Soviet national team, to discuss a comeback, the Toronto Star reported Wednesday. The newspaper said that King center Wayne Gretzky called Tretiak, who is teaching at a hockey school in Montreal, to determine his interest. The Kings will also seek to switch divisions with the Toronto Maple Leafs when the National Hockey League's board of governors meets next week.
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February 21, 1988 | GORDON EDES, Times Staff Writer
He stars in a deodorant commercial, has published one book and finished writing another, and will have his own video, soon to be available at your friendly neighborhood outlet. Saturday, he had Calgarians queuing up in a line that stretched around the block while he signed autographs for two hours in a downtown department store. Store officials said he drew a bigger crowd than Sophia Loren when she was here, pushing her new line of perfume.
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February 26, 1988 | Mike Downey
You say you want a revolution? Well . . . We'd all love to see the plan. --THE BEATLES Next thing you know, Katarina Witt's face is going to end up on a cereal box--probably Vheaties. Vladislav Tretiak is going to move directly from TV commercials for Right Guard deodorant to vodka ads--probably with Rodney Dangerfield and Bob Uecker, for Stolichnaya Lite. Maybe even with Comrade Dobler.
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September 25, 2002 | Elliott Teaford
Thirty years ago this week, Canada's top NHL players faced off against a team of the Soviet Union's best in an eight-game series remembered as much for its vicious incidents as for Paul Henderson's goal in the closing moments of Game 8. Thanks to Henderson, the Canadians won the Summit Series, 4-3-1. After 30 years, Bobby Clarke's two-handed slash that broke the ankle of Valery Kharlamov in Game 6 stands out as the ugliest of the attacks.
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