Radulov scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's loss to the Capitals. He has now delivered four multi-point games in his last seven games (and nine points in that span). Radulov has been a revelation for the Habs, who rolled the dice on him after his return from the KHL. He has 41 points in 51 contests and is within two points of the team lead in scoring.
Radulov scored two goals on two shots -- both on power plays -- and added a minor penalty in Tuesday's 5-1 win over Calgary. The last-minute hooking call on him ended up ruining Carey Price's shutout, but Radulov's fantasy owners won't mind. The Russian winger had been ice cold recently other than his three-assist game against New Jersey last Friday; he had just one other point (another assist) and three total shots over the past eight games. With just 12 goals, his scoring output has been a tad disappointing, but Radulov's 25 assists have made up for that quite nicely.
Radulov finished with three assists in Friday's 3-1 win against the Devils. All three of Radulov's helpers came on the man advantage, and he added a minor penalty, two hits and one blocked shot. The multi-point effort snapped a four-game pointless skid, his second-longest drought of the season. Radulov has the ability to pick up points in bunches, and therefore he remains a must-start in most fantasy formats.
Radulov scored the game-winning goal on the power play and added an even-strength assist in Saturday's 5-3 win over the Maple Leafs. Radulov has been on a rip since Christmas and the points Saturday extended his current point streak to six games and eight points, including four goals. He has been all that and a bag of chips for the Habs, and he's on pace to score more than 60 points. Use Radulov for all he's worth right now and hope this production can continue once the Habs can actually ice a full team.
Radulov assisted on both of Montreal's goals in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime win against Nashville. Ironically, on a night when the city of Nashville paid tribute to one of its former favorite sons, Shea Weber, it was a less-favored former Predator, Radulov, that did the most damage. Booed every time he touched the puck, the Russian forward set up Shea Weber's third period, game-tying goal, then sprung Max Pacioretty for the game-winner in OT. Following a six-game point drought, Radulov was moved from the top line to the second line and has responded with points in four straight games (two goals, three assists).
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