# 13, Team USSR 1974
Club: CSKA Moscow
Position: RW Shoots:
Height: 5-10 Weight: 169
Born: 10/6/1944 in Moscow, USSR
Boris Mikhailov is one of the most remarkable Soviet hockey players. He was an essential part of a legendary first Mikhailov-Petrov-Kharlamov line.
Unlike his partners, he wasn't contributing with spectacular goals, flashy skating or slick 1-on-1 skills. However, it was Mikhailov who became the overall Soviet scoring leader. His record of 427 career goals remains unbeaten for over 20 years.
Mikhailov wasn't recognized as an author of slick and effective goals but he scored the most. The majority of his goals came as the result of a hard and, sometimes, "dirty" work in front of the net and on the rebounds. Shortly after the 1972 Summit, he became a captain of both Team USSR and mighty CSKA for many years to come.
Mikhailov was a definite leader of the Soviet team in the 1970's and there are no doubts about his key role in a successful performance of the Soviet team of that decade.
| Career Statistics
- USSR Elite League Clubs: CSKA, Lokomotiv Moscow
- USSR Gold (11): 1968, 1970-1973, 1975, 1977-1981
- WC Gold: 1969-1971, 1973-1975, 1978-1979
- Olympics Gold: 1972, 1976
- Played in the Summit Series 72, Superseries 75-76, 76-77, 78-79, 79-80, Challenge Cup 79
- National Awards:
MVP USSR League 1978
USSR All Stars 1969, 1973-1975, 1977-1979
Scoring Leader (G) 1975,1976, 1978
Merited Sports Master (USSR ZMS) 1969
- International Awards:
WC Best Forward 1973, 1979
IIHF All Stars 1973, 1979
WC Scoring Leader 1974
IIHF Hall of Fame 2000
PERFORMANCE IN THE 1974 SUMMIT
| Scoring History|
|Game 3||2||01:23||Goal|| |
|Game 3||2||03:14||Assist|| |
|Game 4||1||05:59||Goal|| |
|Game 6||1||12:34||Goal|| |
|Game 7||2||07:59||Goal|| |