Pavel Datsyuk wasn’t feeling great before the Olympics began.

And, evidently, he’s still not.

Datsyuk, bothered with what’s believed to be a knee injury, said he’s not feeling any better despite playing in all four Olympic games for his home country, Russia, over the past two weeks.

And, he wasn’t sure if he would be able to play tonight in Montreal.

“I’m hoping one day the pain (would go away),” Datsyuk said Tuesday after his first workout with the Red Wings since the Olympics ended. “Now, it’s still the same.”

Coach Mike Babcock, who led Canada to the gold medal, also wasn’t sure about Datsyuk’s availability tonight.

The Red Wings had their entire roster on the ice except for the Swedes — Daniel Alfredsson, Niklas Kronwall, Gusav Nyquist and Jonathan Ericsson — and Henrik Zetterberg.

Sweden played Canada in the final last weekend, so those players rested, and Zetterberg is recovering from back surgery.

The loss of Zetterberg, likely for the remainder of the season, is the worst. “It hurts a lot,” Datsyuk said. “You’re missing the captain. He’s a leader. It’s a big miss. We need to stick together.”