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Igor Romishevsky

Igor Romishevsky

Russian ice hockey player
The basics
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Intro Russian ice hockey player
Countries Russia
Occupations Ice hockey player Educator
Gender male
Birth 25 March 1940 (Zhukovsky, Moscow Oblast, Russia)
Death 28 September 2013 (Moscow, Russia)
Igor Romishevsky
The details

Igor Anatolievich Romishevsky (March 25, 1940 – September 28, 2013) was a Russian-born ice hockey player who played in the Soviet Hockey League. At the 1968 Winter Olympics and 1972 Winter Olympics he won the gold medals with the team. He was gold medalist of World Championships from 1969 to 1971 and silver medalist in 1972.

Romishevsky was born in Zhukovsky, Moscow Oblast. He graduated from Moscow Forest Engineering Institute 1969 and received his PhD degree in 1974.

During his professional hockey career he played with HC CSKA Moscow.

He was later inducted into the Russian and Soviet Hockey Hall of Fame in 1968.

In 1974—1979 Romishevsky was a chair of Sports Department at Moscow Institute of Physics and Technology. Sinse 1979 he was a head coach of SKA Leningrad for two seasons. In 1984—1990 Romishevsky was a head coach of SKA Novosibirsk.

He died at age 73, on 28 September 2013, in Moscow.

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