Radulov assisted on all three of Jamie Benn's goals in a win against the Kings on Saturday. The assists give Radulov 45 on the season and he will finish with 72 points, 31st in the league. Even though the Stars missed the playoffs, Radulov has been very good in his first season in Dallas, and at age 31 continues to cement his status as one of the league's best wingers. Playing with Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin has only augmented his abilities, and for the first time in his career he registered over 200 shots on goal. Radulov has four years remaining on his five-year deal.
Radulov scored the game-winner 40 seconds into overtime in Tuesday's 3-2 win over the Flyers. He also added a power-play assist in the second period while taking a team-high seven shots and finishing the evening with a plus-1 rating. Dallas' recent slump has nearly extinguished the team's playoff chances, but it can't be laid at Radulov's feet -- the 31-year-old has six goals and 14 points in his last 17 games and he continues to put together a career-best NHL campaign.
Radulov recorded a goal, a power-play assist, four penalty minutes, and three shots during Tuesday's 4-3 loss to the Capitals. The two-point night gives Radulov 65 points on the season as he continues to build on a career year in his first season with the Stars. Look for continued success from the 31-year-old Russian as he will remain a key cog in Dallas' potent offensive attack in 2018-19. He should be an early-round selection in standard fantasy formats.
Radulov had an assist during a 4-2 loss to Winnipeg on Sunday. In his first season with Dallas, Radulov has continued to fill the scoresheet with points all year, and has been especially hot since the turn of the calendar, reeling off 31 tallies (11 goals, 20 assists) during 33 games in 2018. The 31-year-old has also been logging big minutes -- his 19:51 of ice time is second on the team among forwards -- while enjoying a steady presence on the first power-play unit, and his 63 points (25 goals, 38 assists) in 73 games are already a career high.
Radulov scored a goal and added an assist in Saturday's 5-3 loss to Winnipeg. It was his first multi-point effort in nine games. The points give Radulov 56 on the season -- that's just two from equalling his career best set in Nashville a decade ago. Seventy-plus points are in the cards for this sniping winger. Use him well.
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