Vladimir Konstantinov

by Jorge Tue Aug,2019
Vladimir Konstantinov
Body Stats
Weight 176 lb (80 kg; 12 st 8 lb)
Personal Info
Facts
  • Birth Name Vladimir Nikolaevich Konstantinov
  • Birth Place Murmansk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union
  • Famous Name Vladimir Konstantinov
  • Horoscope Pisces
  • Net Worth $2 million
  • Career Earnings $3,394,500
  • Nationality American/Russian
  • Ethnicity White
  • Profession Former Ice-hockey player
  • Currently Married yes
  • Married to Irina Konstantinov
  • Children 1

Vladimir Konstantinov is a retired Russian-American professional Ice-hockey player who spent his entire NHL playing career with the Detroit Red Wings. Prior to NHL, he played for the club CSKA Moscow in Russia. Some of his notable career achievements include the gold medal in the 1986 Ice Hockey World Championships, the gold medal the 1989 Ice Hockey World Championships, and many more.

Vladimir who started his hockey career since 1994 collected $3,394,500 as entire career earnings. Also, he holds an estimated net worth over $2 million. Moreover, he is a married man and currently he is in a blissful marital relationship with his wife, Irina Konstantinov.      

Vladimir Konstantinov Earnings; How much is his Net Worth? 

As of 2019, Vladimir has an estimated net worth over $2 million which is solely generated from his professional career. Also, he has collected $3,394,500 as entire career earnings.

Additionally, he has also generated additional cash via different brand endorsement but the details about the brands and earnings are still under the rock. 

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Vladimir's career earnings and salary: 

YEAR EARNINGS
1991-1992 $360 000
1992-1993 $275 000
1993-1994 $275 000
1994-1995 $159 500
1995-1996 $1,050,000
1996-1997 $1,275,000

In addition, he is living his life in a luxurious way which suggests that he has accumulated a massive fortune. Also, the details about Vladimir's assets including cars and house are not in the media yet. However, his net worth suggests that he might have an expensive car and living in a luxurious house. 

Is Vladimir Konstantinov Married? Know about his Personal Life in details

Vladimir is a married man and reportedly, he is in a blissful marital relationship with his wife, Irina Konstantinov.

Additionally, the couple is parents of a single daughter named, Anastasia Konstantinov

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Although there aren't any details about his relationship history, he is living a smooth life without any rumors of divorce or separation in recent time.

Limousine crash

Following his 1997 Stanley Cup victory, he along with his friends hired a limousine to drive back to their home after a golf outing. The driver, Richard Gnida, whose license was suspended at the time for drunk driving lost control of the limousine and struck a tree on Woodward Avenue median in Birmingham, Michigan.

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As a result, Vladimir spent several weeks in a coma. Konstantinov suffered severe head injuries and paralysis while Fetisov escaped with relatively minor injuries and played the following season.

Vladimir Konstantinov Body Measurement (Height and Weight)

Vladimir stands in the height of 5 ft 11 in (180 cm) and weighs around 176 lb (80 kg; 12 st 8 lb).

Vladimir Konstantinov Early Life, Bio, Family, and Childhood

Vladimir was born on March 19, 1967, in Murmansk, Russian SFSR, Soviet Union. Moreover, he holds citizenship of both Russia and the United States. Further, Vladimir is of the white ethnic group and the details about his parents and siblings are still under the rock. In addition, the information about his early life, childhood, and family are not in the media yet. 

Vladimir Konstantinov Professional Career

Vladimir is a retire Ice-hockey player who played for the Detroit Red Wings in his entire professional career. Prior to NHL, he played for the club CSKA Moscow in Russia and his notable career achievements include the gold medal in the 1986 Ice Hockey World Championships, the gold medal the 1989 Ice Hockey World Championships, and many more. 

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Some of his career achievements and awards are: 

  • NHL All-Rookie Team – 1992
  • NHL Second All-Star Team – 1996
  • NHL Plus/Minus Award – 1996 (+60)
  • Two-time NHL Stanley Cup champion: 1997, 1998 Detroit Red Wings   
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