It's been awhile since Maxime Talbot has played for the Pittsburgh Penguins, but few will forget the contributions he brought to the team over six seasons with the team, including a Stanley Cup championship in 2009.
His 13 points in 24 playoff games that year marked his career - it was his best individual performance of his entire NHL career.
He since moved around between the Philadelphia Flyers, Colorado Avalanche, and Boston Bruins.
After being phased out of the league, as it seems to happen to many veterans, he moved overseas, and signed with the KHL.
He's only 33-years-old, believe it or not, so he has plenty of hockey left in him, it just doesn't seem like that'll ever happen in the National Hockey League.
It was announced Thursday night that he signed a new one-year deal with the Yaroslavl Lokomotiv in the KHL, after playing the last two seasons there.
Talbot has a career 204 points in 704 NHL games. Although it seems unlikely, could a National Hockey League team find a use for the 33-year-old, and bring him back to North America like Nathan Gerbe recently did?
Stranger things have happened. The Nashville Predators recently convinced Mike Fisher to come out of retirement, and even Brian Gionta has let it be known to NHL teams that he wants to come back after a year away from the league to captain the USA Olympics hockey team.
Would you want Talbot back?