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Records and Honors:
First All-Star in the Soviet League consecutively each year from 1971 until 1984. In those fourteen years, Tretiak won thirteen league titles with the Red Army team, and was named MVP of the league five times
In 1978, Tretiak was awarded the Order of Lenin
First player born and trained outside North America to be inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame; along with longtime teammate Valeri Kharlamov, one of only two Russian players in the Hockey Hall of Fame in the players' category who played exclusively in Russia. In addition, Tretiak and Kharlamov are the only two in the players' category who played their entire careers behind the Iron Curtain. Tretiak is also the only such person to be so honored while living.
When Sports Illustrated named its greatest hockey team ever in 2000, it chose Tretiak as the goalie in a lineup that also included Wayne Gretzky, Bobby Hull, Gordie Howe,and Bobby Orr.
Order For Merit to the Fatherland 4th class (Russian Federation)
Order of Honour (Russian Federation)
Order of Lenin (USSR)
Order of the Red Banner of Labour (USSR)
Order of Friendship of Peoples (USSR)
Order of the Badge of Honour (USSR)
Medal "For Labour Valour" (USSR)
Jubilee Medal "60 Years of the Armed Forces of the USSR" (USSR)
In the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, he was given the honor of being the lighter of the Olympic Cauldron along with Irina Rodnina.