Krylya Sovetov Moscow
Team USSR # 24
Alexander Bodunov was one of the top scorers of the Soviet hockey in the 1970's. As an essential part of the promising Lebedev-Anisin-Bodunov line, he began his career playing for the Red Army club and, then, led the undistinguished Krylya Sovetov Moscow to the gold medals of the Soviet Championship in 1974. His line was instrumental in various international tournaments played by Team USSR in that decade. Bodunov had an extremely powerful slapshot. He was famous for his goals scored after an instant rapid shot made without any visible preparation.
- Played in the following clubs of the USSR Elite League: Krylya Sovetov Moscow, CSKA, Spartak Moscow
- USSR Gold (4): 1968, 1970, 1971, 1974
- WC Gold: 1973-1974
PERFORMANCE IN THE 1972 SUMMIT
|1972 Summit Overall Statistics