Sergei fedorov dating
"It's not even an issue for me at this point," Fedorov said.Fedorov played as centre in his career, also occasionally playing as a winger or defenceman.
After a highly publicized departure from the Red Wings in the summer of 2003, Fedorov played stints with the Mighty Ducks of Anaheim, Columbus Blue Jackets and Washington Capitals before retiring from the NHL in 2009.He played in over 1,200 NHL games and scoring 483 goals in the NHL.He is a three-time Olympian, the first European-trained player to win the Hart Trophy and is considered to be one of the best playoff performers in NHL history.In Fedorov's pre-NHL days, he played for CSKA Moscow on the famous line with future NHL superstars Pavel Bure and Alexander Mogilny, and was drafted a year after Mogilny (the same year as Bure).Confirming a long-standing rumor in the sports world in general, Sergei Fedorov of the NHL's Detroit Red Wings and tennis star Anna Kournikova were indeed married, Fedorov told The Hockey News.When asked about the rumors that he and Kournikova were once wed, Fedorov said, "They are true.
We were married, albeit brief, and we are now divorced." Fedorov, 33, told The Hockey News he no longer keeps in touch with the 21-year-old Kournikova, and that he wouldn't be dating anyone for a while.
The publication did not contact Kournikova to confirm Fedorov's claims.
Fedorov didn't play Monday night in the Red Wings' 3-2 victory at Columbus.
Fedorov warmed up for several minutes, but went to the dressing room because of a sore back sustained Sunday night when he was rammed into a goalpost.
The nature of the Russian's relationship with the Russian tennis star, how his teammates felt about it and Kournikova's rumored relationship with NHL star Pavel Bure of the New York Rangers are among the topics Fedorov addressed in a wide-ranging interview in the March 14 issue of The Hockey News. Fedorov was also candid about the break-up with his former agents, his future in Detroit and xenophobia in the NHL.
The potential unrestricted free agent said he fully expects to return to the Red Wings next season.