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[post_page_title]Igor Larionov 1990-2004[/post_page_title]
Igor Larionov was already 30 when he arrived in the NHL after the fall of the Soviet Union. “The Professor,” as he was nicknamed, was known for his sharp hockey IQ even though he had lost some of his physical game. Over his 14 years in the league, Larionov starred for Vancouver, San Jose, Detroit, Florida and New Jersey, spending most of his time in the Motor City where he and the Red Wings won three Stanley Cups. The center was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2008.

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