Report: Pavel Datsyuk feels he has “unfinished business.”

Datsyuk's agent reveals his plans for the future.

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Despite the fact that he made his National Hockey League exit at the end of last season, Pavel Datsuk isn't ready to hang up his skates anytime soon.In fact it sounds like fans in North America who don't follow the KHL can look forward to seeing him play at the 2018 Olympics if he gets his way.

Datsyuk's agent Dan Milstein recently revealed that his client feels like he has some unfinished business to take care of.

“Pavel wants to play well and he wants  to help the team,” Milstein said as per Helen St James of the Detroit Free Press. “Very likely, he will play for two years, to be part of the next Olympics, because he has unfinished business. He wants to help Russia win a gold medal.”

Despite the criticism he received last season for his play Datsyuk still put up 49 points in 66 NHL games and it's likely he could contribute even two years from now on the international stage, assuming he can stay healthy.