Radulov won't play for Team Russia in the upcoming World Championship, Dave Stubbs of NHL.com reports. With the playoffs over for the Habs, Radulov could have competed, but he chose not to due to a lack of a contract next season. With 54 points in 76 games -- including 16 points on the power play -- he should be back on most players' fantasy radar, even if for some reason he doesn't re-sign with the Habs.
Radulov scored a fantastic one-handed goal and added an assist in Sunday's Game 3 win over the Rangers. Radulov has played a huge role in back-to-back victories for the Habs, scoring twice and adding three assists. The top-line winger is playing with passion and intensity and appears determined to help lead the Habs to the second round. He finished the regular season strong and has carried that play into the postseason, making him a dynamic fantasy threat.
Radulov scored the game-winning goal, added two assists, registered six shots on net, took two minor penalties and threw seven hits during Friday's Game 2 win over the Rangers. The 30-year-old Russian left it all on the ice and had a huge fantasy outing in Game 2. He's a go-to player for the Habs, and his physical engagement and high shot volume are clear signs that Radulov intends to leave his mark on this series because his talent has never been in question.
Radulov (rest) won't travel to Detroit for Saturday's regular-season finale against the Red Wings, John Lu of TSN Montreal reports. When Radulov decided to return to the NHL ahead of this 2016-17 campaign, some general managers shied away from him due to character issues from the past, but he's kept it cool with nice returns for fantasy owners that took a chance on him. His regular-season campaign included 18 goals and 36 assists with 16 points on the man advantage over 76 games.
Radulov scored an empty-net goal in Monday's 4-1 win over Florida. Radulov has points in four straight games, scoring three times during the streak. Montreal's top line has gotten its mojo back in time for the playoffs. Radulov and Max Pacioretty were thrown off kilter for a stretch when Alex Galchenyuk moved to the top line, but the unit has since been reconfigured with Phillip Danault at center. That trio has accounted for seven goals and nine assists over the last four contests.
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