The Los Angeles Kings have declared that they wouldn't have allowed Slava Voynov to play for them even if he hadn't decided to return to Russia.
Slava Voynov has decided to return to Russia.
The Kings have hired former NHL player Brantt Myers to be their player assistance director.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement authorities have confirmed that they want to deport Slava Voynov.
U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement has taken Slava Voynov into custody.
Slava Voynov has been serving his 90-day jail sentence at the Seal Beach Police Detention Center.
Slava Voynov is still trying to recover from Achilles tendon surgery in addition to going to jail.
The Los Angeles Kings have issued a statement regarding Slava Voynov.
Slava Voynov has accepted a plea deal on his domestic assault charges and will spend 90 days in jail and serve three years probation.
Slava Voynov has been suspended by the Los Angeles Kings.
On Tuesday, LA Kings GM Dean Lombardi announced that the organization will receive additional education about domestic violence and drug issues.
Slava Voynov's wife is still in counseling and it appears that she will not testify against him in court.
A California judge has ruled that the police and two hospital workers can testify against Slava Voynov.
Slava Voynov's wife, Marta Varlamova, is refusing to testify against her husband.