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Olympic hockey player Bautin dies at the age of 56


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Moscow, January 2 – The 1992 Olympic champion as part of the United team Sergei Bautin died at the age of 55, according to the official website of the Moscow Dynamo hockey club.
It is noted that he died after a long illness.
As part of Dynamo, Bautin spent two seasons and became a two-time national champion. Also in Russia and the USSR he played in Saratov “Crystal”, Kazan “Ak-Barat”, Magnitogorsk “Metallurg”, Moscow “Wings of the Soviets”. He played several seasons in the National Hockey League (NHL) with the Winnipeg Jets, Detroit Red Wings, and San Jose Sharks. He also played Swedish lolio, German Nuremberg snow tigers and Japanese Oji eagles.

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In 2014, he was inducted into the National Hockey Hall of Fame.

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