Anton Khudobin told R-Sport on Monday that he is considering switching to the KHL in the summer once his NHL deal with Boston expires.
"I can say that these three months have been simply excellent," he said referring to his time in the KHL with Atlant Moscow Oblast during the lockout. "In the summer my contract with Boston finishes, and the choice of which league to play is going to be a serious dilemma. I could definitely turn up in the KHL, why not? Here you get really good hockey, it's a really decent league. The KHL is taking confident steps forward, and that's something that's really pleasing." Khudobin posted a 6-14-4 record with a .912 save percentage and a 2.96 goals-against average in 26 KHL appearances. With the Bruins, he will serve as Tuukka Rask's backup for at least the rest of this season.