The terms of Pavel Datsyuk's "contract" that was agreed to on Monday with the Superleague's Avangard Omsk (and matched on Wednesday by Moscow Dynamo) has been shrouded in in secrecy -- or uncertainty, depending on how you look at it -- and for good reason: SS reports that the contract was never officially filed with the PHL, Russia's professional hockey governing body. That would also partly explain why Datsyuk has not dressed yet for Avangard or Dynamo, despite the RSL regular season kicking off on Monday, and would leave him free to sign with the Red WingsThe article, citing an article in Thursday's Soviet Sport goes on to state that Ken Holland has agreed to offer Datsyuk a 2 year deal. He had previously only offered him 1, 3, and 4 year deals (Datsyuk becomes a UFA after 2)...Wow Kenny, way to realize that 2 years with Datsyuk (and a chance to prepare for him being a free agent and making alternate plans should he leave) is better than him bailing and leaving you with no other options. It also says that the deal he signed-but-hasn't-quite-signed-yet in Russia is worth about $3.5 million US tax free. He's going to have a meeting with the Wings and both Russian clubs on Sunday to decide where he's going to play.