Radulov has made a full recovery from the illness that forced him to miss the Stars' final two games before the NHL suspended its season last week, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports. According to DeFranks, the Stars sent Radulov in for COVID-19 testing as a precaution, and the results came back negative. Radulov will presumably reclaim a regular spot on the second or third line once the NHL resumes play.
Radulov (illness) will be a game-time call for Thursday's clash with the Panthers, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports. Radulov is still working his way back from a bug, and he will likely be re-evaluated once he gets another night of rest under his belt. The veteran winger seems a good bet to play Saturday if he's ultimately ruled out for Thursday.
Radulov (illness) won't play Tuesday against New York, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports. Radulov is still battling an illness that will force him to miss a second straight game. The 33-year-old winger will hope to overcome his ailment in time for Thursday's matchup with the Panthers.
Radulov won't play Saturday against the Predators due to an illness, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports. We don't expect this illness to sideline Radulov for long, especially with a couple days off before Dallas returns to the ice Tuesday against the Rangers. Perhaps the absence will allow Radulov to recalibrate, as he's mustered just three assists without a goal since the beginning of Febraury.
Radulov recorded a power-play assist, three shots on goal, two hits and two PIM in Tuesday's 2-1 overtime loss to the Oilers. Radulov has three assists in seven games since he returned from an upper-body injury. The Russian winger is up to 34 points, 127 shots and 46 PIM in 59 contests this year. He's going to fall short of his 72-point output from the last two campaigns -- Radulov could still record his fifth 40-point season.
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