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Last seen on: NY Times Crossword 26 May 21, Wednesday
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Vsevolod Vladimirovich Kukushkin (Russian: Всеволод Владимирович Кукушкин; born 3 May 1942) is a Russian journalist, writer and ice hockey administrator. He has written for Komsomolskaya Pravda, TASS, RIA Novosti and Sport Express. He traveled with the Soviet Union national ice hockey team as both a journalist and translator, and reported on ice hockey at the Olympic Games, the Ice Hockey World Championships and Canada Cup tournaments. His other work includes published books and television screenplays. As an ice hockey administrator he sat on International Ice Hockey Federation (IIHF) committees, and acted as a press secretary for the Russian Superleague and its successor the Kontinental Hockey League. He received the Paul Loicq Award in 2000 from the IIHF for contributions to international ice hockey.
Kukushkin was born on 3 May 1942, in Biysk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. His love for ice hockey began as a boy playing ball hockey. He developed an appreciation for goaltenders by playing the position in school, and his understanding of the inherent physical demands and frequent injuries. He learned the English language as a young adult on the advice of his parents, and wanted to become a journalist. His father, a writer of Soviet literature under the pseudonym Vladimir Nikolaev, urged his son to study mechanical engineering in case a journalism career failed. Kukushkin followed that advice and graduated from Moscow Power Engineering Institute in 1965.