Sergei Fedorov is spending his time these days as the general manager of rick KHL club CSKA Moscow. Problem is it's not going so well as his team sits tied for seventh in the KHL West and his team has played more games than the teams they're locked up with. Overall they are 5-3-0-7 not where a team with Alexander Radulov is expected to be. So perhaps that's the driving force behind Fedorov's latest addition to the team: himself. The GM is pulling a Roger Dorn and is unretiring to get back on the ice according to Pavel Lysenkov of SovSport. That's one way to try and fix the problem on the team you're in charge of I suppose. Really Fedorov hasn't been out of the game long at all so perhaps a practice or two and he will be back to game shape and ready to go. Let's face it the competition in the KHL isn't as stiff as it was when he was last playing in the NHL so he might not look half bad out there.
Sergei Fedorov, GM of CSKA Moscow, unretiring to play ... for CSKA
CBS Sports | Oct 9