Newsflash: former Washington Capitals center Sergei Fedorov is playing hockey again. The Russian legend — who retired two years ago after spending two seasons with KHL’s Metallurg Magnitogorsk to become the general manager of CSKA Moscow — played in a Spengler Cup game today against the Rochester Americans. Fedorov played on the second line with Ilari Filppula and Igor Saprykin.
CSKA won 4-3 and Fedorov didn’t do much. He had two shots on goal. But who cares? He played an actual hockey game again. That’s worth celebrating.
After the game, the 44-year-old stated that he isn’t planning to play in the KHL.
— Nicola Berger (@BergerNeueLZ) December 27, 2013
Bummer. But congrats to you, Sergei. We will always love you.
— hockeyfans.ch (@hockeyfans_ch) December 27, 2013
No related posts.