Radulov notched an assist and fired four shots on goal in Friday's 2-1 win over the Blues in Game 5.
Radulov has a goal and three assists over a three-game point streak. He's provided five goals and five helpers in 11 postseason games. The Russian winger continues to be a good fantasy play in the playoffs.
Radulov posted two assists, one on the power play, as well as three shots and three hits in Wednesday's 4-2 win over the Blues in Game 4.
Radulov has five goals and four helpers over 10 playoff appearances, taking 42 shots in that span. Radulov spent Wednesday's contest on the second line with Jamie Benn and Roope Hintz, as coach Jim Montgomery shuffled the lines to help the Stars tie the series at two games apiece.
Radulov scored his fifth of the playoffs during Game 3's 4-3 loss to the Blues on Monday.
He now leads the Stars in goal scoring for the playoffs, with two of the tallies coming on the man advantage. Radulov has always done well in the playoffs going back to his first season with Nashville in 2006-07. Through 33 postseason games the 32-year-old has collected 28 points.
Radulov dished an assist and fired five shots on goal in Monday's 2-1 overtime win over the Predators in Game 6.
Radulov provided a smooth cross-ice pass to John Klingberg, who corralled it and sent it flying by Predators goalie Pekka Rinne. Radulov accumulated four goals and two helpers as the Stars took a 4-2 series win over the Predators. Radulov also added 30 shots on goal in the six-game series.
Radulov scored two goals Saturday in a 5-2 win over the Predators in Game 5. The Stars now lead the Predators 3-2 in the series.
His second stood up as the winner. Stars' head coach Jim Montgomery has coined the Radulov - Jamie Benn - Tyler Seguin line the resurrection of the explosive Legion of Doom from Philly back in the 90s. That trio -- Eric Lindros, John LeClair and Mikael Renberg -- was feared for its speed, size and skill. And the group had an uncanny sense of where each other was on the ice. That pretty much sums up Radulov's line. He now has four goals and five points in five games this series and is riding a three-game, four-point streak.
Radulov provided an assist, eight shots and a plus-2 rating in Monday's 3-2 loss to the Predators in Game 3.
The Stars fired 42 shots against Predators goalie Pekka Rinne, but only managed to sneak two of them behind the Finn. Radulov saw a nine-game point streak end in Saturday's Game 2 loss, but he didn't stay down for long with the helper. After posting 72 points in 70 regular-season contests, Radulov has emerged as a reliable option for fantasy owners in the postseason.
Radulov was awarded the Stars' second goal of Wednesday's 3-2 victory over Nashville.
The league obviously determined that Radulov tipped the shot from the point by Miro Heiskanen, stealing a two-goal performance away from the rookie. With the tally, the 32-year-old Radulov extended his point streak to nine games, in which he's racked up six goals and seven helpers.
Radulov scored a pair of goals and two assists, posting one of each on the power play, in a 6-2 victory against the Flyers on Tuesday.
This performance extended Radulov's point streak to six games. He has five goals and 10 points during the hot streak. Radulov set career bests across the board during 2017-18, but he's been able to follow up his breakout season with arguably an even better one. Radulov has played fewer games because of injury, and yet he still has set new career bests in goals and plus-minus. He could still do the same in the points and shots categories. Radulov has 29 goals and 70 points with a plus-22 rating and 205 shots on net in 68 games.
Radulov found twine with the equalizing tally in Saturday's 3-2 shootout loss to the Canucks.
Radulov is on a five-game point streak, with three goals and three assists in that span. He's potted a goal in each of his last three appearances, and is up to 66 points (27 tallies, 39 helpers) in 67 games. The Russian's five shots Saturday also put him at 201 for the year, the second straight season he's topped 200 pucks on goal.
Radulov scored a power-play goal on three shots in Wednesday's 2-1 win over the Flames.
The goal gives Radulov 25 tallies and 64 points in 65 games, the best scoring rate of his career. The Russian winger is just two goals shy of matching the career-high 27 he posted last season. He's accumulated 13 points (eight goals, five helpers) over 12 appearances in March.
Radulov finished with two assists -- one coming on the power play -- as Dallas defeated Winnipeg 5-2 on Monday.
Radulov is up to 63 points through 64 games, averaging nearly a point per game this season. However, in the month of March, the Russian has been on fire, with 12 points in 11 games to go along with a scorching plus-11 rating. There's no reason to take him out of your fantasy lineup, and Radulov is also never a bad choice in DFS formats either.
Radulov scored twice and added a helper in Tuesday's 4-2 win over the Panthers.
Radulov scored both his goals in the third period, breaking a tie with the first and securing the result with an empty-netter at the end. Radulov is up to 60 points (24 goals, 36 assists) in 61 games this season, and he likely would have challenged his career-high 72 from last season had he not missed time with a lower-body injury early in the campaign. He went plus-3 and added five shots in the game.
Radulov recorded the first hat trick of his career in Thursday's 4-0 win over Colorado.
This was quite the response after he was benched for tardiness. Radulov's first of the night came thanks to some nifty work from Jamie Benn to find the Russian in front of the net for a tap-in goal. Radulov's second goal is one Semyon Varlamov definitely wants back, allowing the Stars forward to beat him with a relatively weak effort from the half wall. The hat trick was then made complete with an empty-net goal late in the third period. Radulov has eight points over his last six games, bringing the 32-year-old's season total to 54 in 55 games this season.
Radulov participated in an optional practice Wednesday and will be back in the lineup for Thursday's game against Colorado, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
Radulov was a healthy scratch for Tuesday's game against the Rangers. The Russian was benched as a disciplinary measure for showing up late to practice. The 32-year-old logged 10 points (three goals, seven assists) and 40 shots on goal in 13 games in February while averaging 20:07 of ice time and 2:44 of power-play ice time.
Radulov will be scratched against the Rangers on Tuesday after showing up late to practice, Matthew DeFranks of The Dallas Morning News reports.
It's a bold move by coach Jim Montgomery to bench the star winger while the team is making a playoff push, but rules are rules. Rather than call-up a player from AHL Texas, Dallas will utilize seven defensemen with Jamie Oleksiak slotting into the lineup. Jason Spezza figures to be the most likely candidate to jump up to the top line with Tyler Seguin. Look for Radulov to return to action against Colorado on Thursday.
Radulov scored a goal and added a power-play assist in Sunday's 4-3 win over the Blackhawks.
After missing Saturday's contest against the Hurricanes due to illness, Radulov looked 100 percent in his return to the ice. The veteran winger has 17 goals and 49 points through 51 games, and despite the time he's missed this season he's still got a shot at his second straight 70-point campaign.
Radulov (illness) will play in Sunday's game versus the Blackhawks, Mike Heika of the Stars' official site reports.
Radulov missed Saturday's game due to an illness, but he's feeling better and will return to the top line with Tyler Seguin. The 32-year-old has been outstanding this campaign with 16 goals and 31 helpers in 50 games, and he's firing nearly three shots on net per contest. With the addition of Mats Zuccarello from the Rangers at right wing, Radulov may have more opportunities since the Stars can spread out their firepower.
Radulov will not play Saturday against the Hurricanes due to an illness, Sean Shapiro of The Athletic reports.
The smoke-and-mirrors effect is evident with several players across the NHL sitting out ahead of Monday's trade deadline, but there's every reason to believe that Radulov is truly under the weather. Besides, the hard-nosed scoring winger has three years left on a contract that includes a no-move clause through the 2021-22 expiration date, as well as a modified no-trade clause for his final two seasons with Dallas. Valeri Nichushkin is expected to sub in for Radulov against Carolina.
Radulov scored his 16th goal of the season in Thursday's 5-2 win over the Blues.
The Russian winger put home Dallas' third goal of the game after picking up a loose puck off the stick of teammate Tyler Seguin, of which came midway through a second period that featured a total of six goals. It was Radulov's first point in his last four games.
Radulov assisted two goals in a 3-0 road win over Florida on Tuesday.
With his performance, Radulov now has 46 points in 46 games, the best per-game production of his NHL career. A supremely skilled player with outstanding offensive instincts, Radulov and his fantasy owners stand to benefit from linemate Tyler Seguin's recent resurgence.
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