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Alexander Valerievich Radulov is a Russian professional ice hockey player, presently playing for the Dallas Stars of the National Hockey League (NHL). He had actually previously had two different stints with the Nashville Predators, the NHL team which had drafted him, as well as 8 seasons in the Kontinental Hockey League, divided uniformly in between Salavat Yulaev Ufa and CSKA Moscow.
He is a two-time World Champion (2008 and 2009) with the Russian National Hockey Team; a 2011 Gagarin Cup champ with Salavat Yulaev Ufa; and a 2006 Memorial Cup champion with the Quebec Remparts. He won the Golden Stick Award (KHL MVP) on four events. Radulov ranks second in all-time KHL scoring with 427 points, behind only Sergei Mozyakin. He is of blended Russian and Gagauz ethnic background. Alexander is the bro of Igor Radulov.
On 1 July 2016, Radulov went back to the NHL in signing as a free agent to an one-year $5.75 Million contract with the Montreal Canadiens. Radulov assumed a scoring role on the top line of the Canadiens and went on to score 18 goals and 36 assists for 54 points in 76 games played.
On 3 July, 2017, Radulov not able to settle on a handle the Canadiens, was signed as a free agent to a five-year contract worth $31.25 million with the Dallas Stars.
Radulov has played for Russia since the junior youth level, making silver medals in the 2005 and 2006 World Junior Championships. He made his complete senior guys’s debut in the 2007 World Championships, declaring a bronze medal prior to catching two golds at the 2008 and 2009 World Championships.
At the 2014 Winter season Olympics in Sochi, Radulov led Russia in goals (3) and points (six) in five games, though the team lost in the quarter-finals to Finland, eventually ending up in 5th location.