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Sep 20, 2020
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Three-time Stanley Cup winner Albert Langlois dies

Former defender of the NHL club "Montreal" Albert Langlois died at the age of 85, reports TASS.

The athlete died on Saturday, September 19. The reasons for the death of the former hockey player were not specified.

As part of Montreal, Langlois won the Stanley Cup three times (1958-1960). In the NHL, he also played for the New York Rangers, Detroit and Boston.

Over the years of his sports career, Langlois played 498 matches in which he scored 119 points (21 goals + 98 assists).

Earlier, at the age of 73, the winner of the 1976 Winter Olympics in the USSR national ice hockey team Alexander Gusev died.

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