Former Vancouver Canucks forward Jannik Hansen appears to be KHL bound.
According to Russian news outlet Championat, Hansen will sign a one-year deal with CSKA Moscow.
Hansen spent last season with the San Jose Sharks, posting two goals and 14 points in 46 games. He was a healthy scratch for each of San Jose's 10 playoff games last spring.
Hansen, 32, was acquired by the Sharks from the Canucks at the trade deadline in 2017 for Nikolay Goldobin.
He spent the first nine-and-a-half seasons of his career with the Canucks before the trade, appearing in 565 games.
Hansen played in 626 games during his NHL career, posting 109 goals and 256 points.