Could Sergei Fedorov be continuing his career in Russia?
The Russian newspaper Sport Express reported Tuesday that the 39-year-old center would be signing a two-year deal worth $3.8 million per season with Metallurg Magnitogorsk of the Continental Hockey League.
But his agent Pat Brisson of CAA Sports said nothing was decided yet.
"Sergei is going to spend a couple weeks in Russia with his family," Brisson told ESPN.com via e-mail Tuesday. "At the same time he's had multiple offers to play in the KHL. He will explore his options while in Russia. However I also believe he might play in the NHL next season. The Capitals have his rights until June 30th. We should continue speaking to them in the meantime."
Fedorov is slated for unrestricted free agency July 1.
Pierre LeBrun is an NHL writer for ESPN.com.