Sergei Fedorov reportedly lost all his NHL money when a friend deceived him

Sergei Fedorov’s playing days are over, but he’s still enjoying a successful career in hockey as the general manager of the KHL’s CSKA Moscow. Fedorov’s role as GM follows up a career in which the Russian skated in 1,248 NHL games and was considered one of the league’s best. Fedorov left the NHL for the KHL ahead of the 2009-10 season and reportedly did so without any...
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December 09, 2016  |  Discuss

Report: Nikita Zaitsev will join the Toronto Maple Leafs

Russian defenseman Nikita Zaitsev is set to join the Toronto Maple Leafs, reports Aivis Kalnins of One Puck Short. Sergei Fedorov has confirmed that Nikita Zaitsev will join Leafs, stated he knew from the start of the season that they had an agreement. — Aivis Kalniņš (@A_Kalnins) April 13, 2016 The deal had been rumored for months, as Kalnins reports an agreement was reached...
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April 13, 2016  |  Discuss

QUIZ: Name every Washington Capitals player in the Hockey Hall of Fame

9 members of the Washington Capitals franchise are in the NHL Hall of Fame. Can you name them all? Clue: Years Active with Capitals
April 08, 2016  |  Discuss

PHOTOS: Sergei Fedorov sells Miami penthouse for $11 million

Sergei Fedorov sold his penthouse of the Portofino tower on South Beach for a mere $11 million.  5,680 square feet, four bedrooms, 5.5 bathrooms and 1,920 square feet of rooftop terraces for views until the cows come home. Portofino was built in 1996. Fedorov acquired the penthouse for $2.275 million the following year.  If you do the math and carry the two, Fedorov held the property...
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January 15, 2016  |  Discuss

Alex Ovechkin is the all-time Russian goal scoring champ

Well it took five games and two overturned goals, but Alex Ovechkin finally scored goal number 484 on Thursday night vs. the Dallas Stars. The 484th goal is significant because he has passed Sergei Fedorov for most career goals by a Russian player. What’s amazing is that it seems like Ovi has been around forever … and that feeling is cemented by the fact that he has 484 goals...
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November 19, 2015  |  Discuss

Sergei Fedorov in the booth (VIDEO)

Former Red Wings star Sergei Fedorov, who was inducted into the Hockey Hall of Fame on Monday, joins Ken and Mickey in the booth during the first intermission Tuesday.
Via Fox Sports Detroit
November 10, 2015  |  Discuss

Will Alexander Ovechkin break Sergei Fedorov's record on Tuesday?

There are a couple of good reasons to catch the contest between the Washington Capitals and Detroit Red Wings on Tuesday. The most obvious is, of course, the chance to watch history be made.Washington forward Alex Ovechkin tied Sergei Fedorov’s goals-scored record on Saturday night. One more marker, and the Caps’ captain will hold the record for the most NHL goals scored by a...
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November 09, 2015  |  Discuss

Nicklas Lidstrom, Sergei Fedorov Headline 2015 Hockey Hall Of Fame Class

Two legendary Detroit Red Wings players are among the four NHL players elected to the Hockey Hall of Fame class of 2015 on Monday. Red Wings defenseman Nicklas Lidstrom, a seven-time Norris Trophy winner and four-time champion, as well as Red Wings forward Sergei Fedorov, a Hart Trophy winner and four-time champion, were the latest players from Detroit’s 1990s/early 2000s dynasty...
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June 29, 2015  |  Discuss

Regner: Wings should retire Fedorov's No. 91 next

The conversation really started to pick up steam late last week, when the Detroit Red Wings paid the highest honor to Nick Lidstrom by retiring his number. Lidstrom's No. 5 joined the immortals of the franchise -- Gordie Howe's No. 9, Steve Yzerman's No. 19, Ted Lindsay's No. 7, Terry Sawchuck's No. 1, Alex Delvecchio's No. 10 and Sid Abel's No. 12 -- in the rafters at Joe Louis...
Via Fox Sports Detroit
March 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Fans treat apprehensive Fedorov to huge ovation

DETROIT -- As they were about to be introduced to the crowd at Comerica Park on Tuesday, Sergei Fedorov and Brendan Shanahan were standing side by side in the Detroit Tigers dugout. Each was a little apprehensive, not knowing what to expect. "It's funny," Shanahan said, "we were one right after the other (being introduced), and Sergei said to me, 'Do you think they're going to boo...
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December 31, 2013  |  Discuss

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