Who were the Russian five?

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The Russian Five were Russian hockey players who played in the NFL. Igor Nikolayevich Larionov, Vyacheslav Anatolevich "Slava" Kozlov, Sergei Viktorovich Fyodorov, Vladimir Nikolaevich, and Konstantinov, Viacheslav Alexandrovich "Slava" Fetisov. They were also called the Big Red Machine. They played in the 1980s.

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