According to R-Sport, Khudobin, who is under contract with the B’s through the season, has enjoyed playing for Moscow Atlant during the lockout so much that he told the Russian media outlet that he would consider making a full-time move to the KHL  after he finishes this season with Boston.
Here’s what Khudobin said, and pardon the translation:
“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 has yet to make an appearance with his Bruins teammates as they hold informal practices leading up to training camp. David Krejci  and Dougie Hamilton are the only other two Bruins not yet skating with them (Hamilton can’t yet, as he can’t jump to the NHL  until the players ratify the new collective bargaining agreement).
The Kazakh-born Khudobin figures to be Tuukka Rask ‘s backup this season. He allowed one goal in his only game last season for the B’s, a 3-1 victory over the Senators on April 5.