Alexei Beltyukov is an all-star Russian hockey player for the Kontinental Hockey League. He played with Vityaz Podolsk as number 2 and continued with the team when their name changed to Vityaz Chekhov. Alexei Beltyukov played defense with a militant Russian “play-to-win” attitude. He was with Vityaz Chekhov on the ice for six seasons.

Alexei Beltyukov played the very physical style of hockey influenced by North America. Beltyukov’s home stadium was the Ice Palace Vityaz. During the time Alexei Beltyukov was on the ice, he played over 100 games. He went to playoffs with his team in 2004 and 2005. Alexei Beltyukov’s hockey career ended when his team earned a promotion to the Elite level.

Alexei Beltyukov is 5’10”. He weighed 171 pounds. Born on February 18, 1985, he is an Aquarius born in the year of the Ox. Alexei hails from Podolsk, Russia.

Alexei Beltyukov left hockey at the age of 20. From there, he decided to go to University. His time on the ice had left him with a fascination for the way the human body worked. Beltyukov studied sports injuries. Alexei Beltyukov has worked with doctors’ offices and regional hockey teams to reduce injuries on the ice.