Pavel Bure is leading an initiative to create an old-timers hockey league, which would see former hockey stars older than 45 play games in Europe this fall.
Pavel Bure's number 10 will be retired by the Canucks on Saturday.
The Vancouver Canucks will retire Pavel Bure's number on November 10.
The Vancouver Canucks will retire Pavel Bure's number in 2013-14.
Pavel Bure was gifted with 67,000 rubles (C$2,750) by a Russian court.
Pavel Bure will need another round of surgery on his knees if he is to play hockey again.
To no one's surprise, Pavel Bure failed his physical today, reports TSN.
The Rangers are covered for $8 million of Pavel Bure's $10 million salary this season under an insurance policy, reports Newsday.
It is very possible that Pavel Bure may have to retire before the start of this season, reports the Vancouver Sun.
Pavel Bure is still bothered by pain in his right knee.
Sportsnet is reporting that Pavel Bure is contemplating retirement.
Mike Keenan has denied that he is interested in returning to coach the Rangers, reports the Miami Herald.
Pavel Bure will be in New York next week to test his surgically repaired knees under the supervision of Rangers' trainer Jim Ramsay, reports the Daily News.
The Rangers are allegedly speaking to Scotty Bowman, hoping he will coach the Blueshirts next season.