The bronze prize-winner of the Olympic Games-1992 of Lubin died at the age of 54 years

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International federation of ice hockey) declared death of the former forward of combined Czechoslovakia Ladislav Lyubina who was 54 years old. The bronze prize-winner of the Olympic Games of 1992 of Lubin participated in four World Cups, three World Cups among juniors, the Cup Canada 1987 and Goodwill Games of 1990. In 1984 at the age of 17 years he began to act in the highest league of Czechoslovakia, having got to team in which gate there was 19-year-old Dominique Gashek. At the international level of Lubin won two silver medals of the World Cup among juniors and three World Cups. Its last match...

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