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Sergei Fedorov | Center

Team: Washington Capitals
Age / DOB:  (45) / 12/13/1969
Ht / Wt:  6'2' / 205
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The Detroit Red Wings may retire Sergei Fedorov's No. 91.
Fedorov spent 13 of his 18 NHL seasons with Detroit, winnings three Stanley Cups, two Selke Trophies, a Hart Trophy, and a Lester Pearson Award (now Ted Lindsay) with the team. Said Red Wings GM Ken Holland, "certainly, being selected to go in the Hall of Fame is an incredible accomplishment. He was a great player and a great Red Wing. Certainly worth serious consideration." But notes that the final decision lies with the Ilitch family and senior vice president Jimmy Devellano. Fedorov currently ranks within the top-10 or better in every major offensive Red Wings category, including fourth with 400 goals, fifth with 954 points, and eighth with 908 career games in Detroit. Jul 2 - 10:55 PM
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Sergei Fedorov has been chosen to enter the Hockey Hall of Fame in his first year of eligibility.

That is not surprising after he generated 483 goals and 1,179 points in 1,248 games during his 18-year career. Fedorov added another 176 points in 183 Stanley Cup Playoff games and he won the league championship three times with the Red Wings. He also captured the Hart Trophy and Ted Lindsay Award in 1994 and earned the Selke Trophy a pair of times.
Source: NHL.com
Jun 29 - 4:58 PM

It was a good day for long time NHL'er Sergei Fedorov, as the US Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals ruled in favor of Fedorov and other victims in an embezzlement scheme.

Like a classic Ponzi scheme, Joseph Zada was caught using investments to pay "personal expenses, which were substantial." Of note, Zada even through "extravagant parties" in which he "paid actors to pose as a Saudi prince and princess" in an effort to trick investors. The scheme cost the former Red Wing $43M, which included the Court's ruling that Joseph Zada pay a total of $112M.
May 21 - 11:00 PM

Sergei Fedorov has reportedly decided to end his retirement and play in the KHL.

Fedorov has been serving as the general manager of CSKA Moscow. The 43-year-old had six goals and 22 points in 43 KHL games in 2011-12. Assuming this report is true, it will be fun to see how Fedorov's comeback goes. However, there's little chance that he'll end up back in the NHL and even less that he'll have any fantasy value if he does.
Wed, Oct 9, 2013 02:14:00 PM

Sergei Fedorov is reportedly considering a return to the ice as a player.

He is currently working as CSKA Moscow's general manager, but according to head coach Vyacheslav Butsaev Fedorov he is thinking about lacing up the skates again. CSKA lost Detroit's Pavel Datsyuk and Toronto's Mikhail Grabovski when the lockout was settled, so he would help fill some holes at center if he decides to play. In 43 contests with Magnitogorsk Metallurg last season, Fedorov had six goals and 16 assists.
Mon, Jan 14, 2013 03:48:00 PM

Red Wings general manager Ken Holland hopes fans cheer for Sergei Fedorov when he plays in the Winter Classic alumni game.

Fedorov has been a target of boos since he rejected a five-year, $50 million offer in 2003 and signed with the Ducks."I think Sergei has been one of the great Red Wings in the last 20 or 30 years," Holland said. "Maybe in the history of the Red Wings. He was a tremendous player, a tremendous talent. My feeling is this alumni game is to honor the history, and Sergei has been a big part of our history." Fedorov helped the Wings win the Stanley Cup in 1997, 1998 and 2002.
Sat, Aug 4, 2012 10:25:00 AM

Four members of Detroit's "Russian Five" are currently on the Winter Classic alumni game roster.

Sergei Fedorov, Igor Larionov, Viacheslav Fetisov have all agreed to play for Detroit. Vladimir Konstantinov's hockey career ended in 1997 because of injuries sustained during a limousine accident, but he will be in attendance. Vyacheslav Kozlov, who is the only member of the "Russian Five" not already on the roster, might participate in the game, but he wants to see what the KHL schedule is like first.
Fri, Aug 3, 2012 10:31:00 AM

Sergei Fedorov expects to play Sunday after missing Friday's practice with an undisclosed injury.

Fedorov has looked good on Russia's third line at the games with his calming influence and solid defensive play. That skill set will be needed to slow down the Czech's, whose veteran lineup has been impressive thus far.
Sun, Feb 21, 2010 11:37:00 AM

Sergei Fedorov has won a default judgment against former financial adviser Joseph Zada.

Fedorov took Zada to court in late July for reportedly cheating him out of $43 million and was awarded $60 million (due to interests) on Monday. Zada was accused of embezzlement, fraud and conspiracy to commit fraud by the former NHLer. "Fedorov is a Russian-born individual who has limited knowledge of, and experience in, investment, legal and financial matters," according to the suit. "Zada is an individual who by deceit and fraud worked his way into the confidence of Fedorov and has defrauded him of tens of millions of dollars."
Mon, Aug 31, 2009 03:27:00 PM

Sergei Fedorov is suing his old financial adviser Joseph Zada for embezzlement.

Fedorov claims Zada cheated him out of $43 million, but Zada says the money was a loan and not an investment and he intended to pay him back. He said he agreed to pay Fedorov $60 million earlier this year to settle the dispute, but the money was never given according to Fedorov's camp.
Thu, Jul 23, 2009 08:21:00 AM

Sergei Fedorov has signed with the Metallurg Magnitogorsk of the KHL.

There was a report on Thursday that the deal was only 90% done, but now it looks like Fedorov is definitely going to Russia. Fedorov scored 483 goals and 1,179 points in 1,248 NHL games with the Detroit Red Wings, Anaheim Ducks, Columbus Blue Jackets, and Washington Capitals. Fedorov will turn 40 in December and it's very possible that this deal will mark the end of his NHL career.
Fri, Jun 26, 2009 01:29:00 PM

Sergei Fedorov's deal with a Russian KHL team is only 90% done, according to the Washington Post.

Metallurg Magnitogorsk announced on their website that Fedorov signed a two-year deal worth $3.8 million per season. Who knows what that means, but Fedorov returning to the motherland isn't official just yet.
Thu, Jun 25, 2009 07:46:00 PM

Multiple reports out of Russia have Sergei Fedorov signing with KHL team Metallurg Magnitogorsk.

Fedorov has reportedly signed a two-year deal with the Russian club, who posted the news on their official team website and where Sergei's younger brother, Evgeny played last season. This will be big loss for Washington as Fedorov, although not a great offensive player like years past, was a big leader and great influence on younger Russian Alexander Ovechkin. The Capitals will also miss his defensive awareness - he was always among the best defensive forwards in the game, even this past season.
Thu, Jun 25, 2009 12:34:00 PM

Sergei Fedorov is continuing to talk with the Capitals about a deal for next season.

Fedorov confirmed that he didn't sign a two year deal with a Russian KHL team, but didn't deny that talks were held. The Caps do want to re-sign the veteran, but not for the $4 million he earned last year. If he's willing to come down a bit, that may secure his future in DC.
Thu, Jun 18, 2009 06:10:00 PM

Sergei Fedorov is negotiating with both the Capitals and Russian KHL teams.

The veteran is exploring all his options at the moment. He would likely have to take a pay cut from the $4 million he earned last year in order to remain in Washington, but a KHL team may be willing to offer more money and more years. Plus Fedorov may want to play in his home country. Stay tuned.
Wed, Jun 10, 2009 09:03:00 AM

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