The Summit in 1974

Club 1974:
Spartak Moscow

Vladimir Shadrin
# 19, Team USSR 1974

Club: Spartak Moscow
Position: C  Shoots: Left
Height: 5-11 Weight: 189
Born: 6/6/1948 in Moscow, USSR

Vladimir Shadrin established himself as a premiere top ranked Soviet center in the 1970's.

He was a slick passer with a powerful and accurate shot on goal. Shadrin was a driving force behind the success of the famous Spartak's line in Team USSR. Most of his goals and assists came as a result of his team work with Alexander Yakushev.

Shadrin showed a top level performance at both ends of the ice. He was a distinguished master of penalty killing. His remarkable mastery became a subject of hockey books when Shadrin, Lyapkin and Tsygankov managed to overcome a 2-men advantage of Chechoslovakia in a key game at the Olympics in 1976.

  Career Statistics
Competitions Years GP G
USSR League 1965-79 445 213
Team USSR 1968-78 168 71


- USSR Elite League Clubs: Spartak Moscow
- USSR Gold (3): 1967, 1969, 1976
- WC Gold: 1970-1971, 1973-1975
- Olympics Gold: 1972, 1976
- Played in the Summit Series 72, Superseries 75-76, 76-77
- National Awards:
Merited Sports Master (USSR ZMS) 1971


GP Goals Assists Points PIM
8 0 5 5 11

  Scoring History
Game 2201:09Assist 
Game 3105:25Assist 
Game 3302:35Assist 
Game 5203:04AssistPPG
Game 8206:27AssistPPG

  Penalties History
Game 3208:16slashing
Game 4306:45slashing
Game 5305:38elbowing
Game 8302:15highsticking major




The Summit in 1974