|Assets:||Profiles as a classic Russian right wing: A left-handed shooter with excellent shiftiness, stickhandling skills and the ability to finish. Can really dangle and likes the spotlight. Is supremely confident in his ability to produce offense.|
|Flaws:||Lacks intensity on a consistent basis and is occasionally prone to hiccups in his own end. Doesn't have enough desire to be the best he can be at the highest level (NHL). Also lacks discipline, on and off the ice.|
|Career Potential:||Supremely skilled, yet mercurial scoring winger.|
|NHL||Played in the NHL YoungStars Game||2006-07|
|Canadian Major Junior||Player of the Year||2005-06|
|Canadian Major Junior||Leading Scorer||2005-06|
|Memorial Cup||Stafford Memorial Trophy||2005-06|
|Memorial Cup||All-Star Team||2005-06|
|Canadian Major Junior||Canada Post Cup||2005-06 (shared with Wojtek Wolski and Justin Keller)|
|QMJHL||Telus Offensive Player of the Year||2005-06|
|QMJHL||Jean Beliveau Trophy||2005-06|
|QMJHL||First All-Star Team||2005-06|
|7/02/2012||Signed with the CSKA Moscow of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).|
|5/04/2012||Missed the last playoff game (suspended by team).|
|5/01/2012||Suspended by the Nashville Predators for 1 game.|
|9/02/2008||Suspended by the Nashville Predators indefinitely.|
|7/11/2008||Signed with the Salavat Yulaev Ufa of the Kontinental Hockey League (KHL).|
|4/14/2007||Suspended by the NHL for one game.|
|1/31/2007||Recalled from Milwaukee (AHL).|
|1/30/2007||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|1/28/2007||Recalled from Milwaukee (AHL).|
|1/27/2007||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|11/21/2006||Recalled from Milwaukee (AHL).|
|11/06/2006||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|10/20/2006||Recalled from Milwaukee (AHL).|
|10/03/2006||Assigned to Milwaukee (AHL).|
|1/09/2006||Signed by the Nashville Predators.|
|9/25/2005||Returned to his junior team (Quebec-QMJHL).|
|6/26/2004||Drafted by the Nashville Predators in the 1st round (15th overall) in 2004.|
| 04/29/2016 6:10 PM
NewsRadulov, a former NHLer who had been playing in Russia, is drawing interest from the Red Wings, Ansar Khan of MLive.com reports.
Alexander Radulov leads Russia past Norway | 02/18/2014 9:44 AM
NewsAlexander Radulov netted two goals, including the game-winner, in Russia's 4-0 win over Norway.
ImpactIt wasn't a beauty by any stretch of the imagination, but it got the job done. Radulov also recorded an assist, giving him six points in four games. Ilya Kovalchuk and Alexei Tereshenko accounted for the Russian's other markers. Pavel Datsyuk assisted on three of Russia's four goals.
Alexander Radulov scores winner in a SO | 02/16/2014 11:11 AM
NewsAlexander Radulov scored the game-winning goal in Russia's 1-0 shootout win over Slovakia.
ImpactRadulov was nearly made a healthy scratch after taking some bad penalties against the United States on Saturday. Alexander Ovechkin fired a team-high six shots on goal, but had nothing to show for it. Ovechkin has a goal and two points in three games.
Alexander Radulov stays in Russian lineup | 02/16/2014 7:34 AM
NewsDespite his previous statement, Russia coach Zinetula Bilyaletdinov didn't scratch Alexander Radulov.
Elliotte Friedman on Twitter
ImpactAfter Radulov took some costly penalties in Russia's loss to Team USA on Saturday, Bilyaletdinov suggested that the forward should be scratched. Instead, Radulov is playing on a line with Pavel Datsyuk and Ilya Kovalchuk on Sunday.
Russia coach: Radulov 'needs to be scratched' | 02/15/2014 8:00 PM
NewsAlexander Radulov could be out of the lineup Sunday when Russia takes on Slovakia.
USA TODAY Sports
ImpactTeam USA scored both regulation goals in its 3-2 win while Radulov was in the penalty box on two bad penalties. Russian coach Zinetula Bilyaletdinov was not happy after the game, saying, "Yes, he needs to be scratched among other things. We expected more of Radulov. He didn't live up to our expectations." The winger had an assist and was a plus-one in the game, but no coach has much tolerance for a player costing his team.
Radulov goat in Russia loss to U.S. | 02/15/2014 10:34 AM
NewsAlexander Radulov is going to be taking a lot of heat over Russia's 3-2 shootout loss to the U.S. Saturday.
ImpactAlthough he registered an assist on one of Pavel Datsyuk's goals, he took two very bad penalties that led to both the American's power-play goals in regulation. It will be interesting to see how much playing time he receives going forward.
| 01/19/2013 9:00 PM
NewsAlexander Radulov was signed by NAS on Friday January 18.
|Penalty Minutes||44||2007-08 (Nas)|
|Power Play Goals||5||2006-07 (Nas)|
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