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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Slings power-play helper

Radulov notched a power-play assist and two PIM in Monday's 6-2 loss to the Canucks. Radulov set up Roope Hintz for the Stars' first goal of the game. The 35-year-old Radulov snapped his 10-game point drought with the helper. He's slipped into a bottom-six role since the All-Star break, leading to a poor season stat line of 22 points, 90 shots on net, a minus-19 rating and 30 PIM in 68 appearances.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Suiting up Thursday

Radulov (illness) will be back in the lineup versus Minnesota on Thursday, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports. With Radulov fully fit, he is poised to step back into a fourth-line role as he tries to break out of a nine-game goal drought. Without a clear path to a bigger role, the veteran winger will likely offer no more than mid-range fantasy value heading into the final days of the regular season.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Won't play Tuesday

Radulov will not be available against the Lightning on Tuesday due to a non-COVID illness, Bruce LeVine of Dallas Stars Radio reports. Radulov is pointless in his last eight contests and has just one goal in his last 18 matches, so few fantasy players are likely to be impacted by his absence from the lineup. Barring a huge offensive output to end the year, Radulov is poised to finish the year with the lowest point-per-game total (0.32) of his NHL career.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Chips in with helper

Radulov notched an assist and two PIM in Thursday's 4-3 shootout win over the Hurricanes. Radulov set up Jamie Benn's goal early in the second period. While it's been a shaky campaign overall for Radulov, he's earned a goal and two helpers in his last five contests. The 35-year-old winger has 21 points, 77 shots on net, a minus-15 rating and 46 blocked shots through 57 appearances, playing mainly in a bottom-six role.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Breaks seven-game goal drought

Radulov scored a goal on two shots and added two PIM in Sunday's 3-2 win over the Capitals. Radulov put an end to his seven-game goal drought just 2:17 into the contest, and the Stars would hold the lead the rest of the way. The 35-year-old has just four tallies this season in a disappointing year. He's posted 20 points, 76 shots, 20 PIM, 43 blocked shots and 36 hits through 55 contests while slipping into a bottom-six role after posting top-six usage for most of the previous four seasons.
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Rangers reportedly have shown interest in Stars winger Alexander Radulov

In most trade speculation about the Dallas Stars, the big names being thrown around are John Klingberg and Braden Holtby. Both players are unlikely to be moved by Monday’s deadline according to general manager Jim Nill, but there is another name on an expiring contract that has drawn at least some interest. Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet writes in his latest 32 Thoughts column that the New York Rangers have shown interest in Alexander Radulov.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Notches helper Thursday

Radulov logged an assist in Thursday's 4-3 overtime win over the Canadiens. Radulov helped out on a Radek Faksa goal in the first period. The assist snapped Radulov's five-game point drought. He's been juggled around the lineup, but the winger has struggled to be consistent on offense this season. The 35-year-old has 19 points, 74 shots on net, 43 blocked shots and a minus-14 rating through 53 contests, playing mainly in a bottom-six role of late.
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'He's the best': Alexander Radulov lifts spirits of everyone around him

It's hard to pin down exactly why Alexander Radulov is struggling to score this season, but rest assured it's not because of effort. The burly veteran winger knows but one speed - Tasmanian Devil. So, when the 35-year-old slammed home a power-play goal late in the second period of a...
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Scores go-ahead goal on power play

Radulov scored a power-play goal on five shots in Wednesday's 4-3 win over the Kings. Radulov was limited to just two assists in 10 February games, but he got back in the goal column early in March. His tally with 13 seconds left in the second period stood as the game-winner. The 35-year-old winger has struggled at times with a reduced role this season. He's at three goals, 18 points (seven on the power play), 72 shots on net and a minus-13 rating in 47 appearances.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Logs assist Sunday

Radulov notched an assist in Sunday's 4-2 win over the Sabres. Radulov made a good play on the puck to get it to Tyler Seguin, who then set up Michael Raffl's second goal of the game. The assist snapped a six-game point drought for Radulov, who has seen his ice time slashed to a true bottom-six role in February. The winger has just 17 points with 67 shots on net, 40 blocked shots and a minus-14 rating through 46 contests this season. While he still sees time on the second power-play unit, his offense isn't where it needs to be to earn him widespread appeal in fantasy.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Garners helper in limited action

Radulov produced an assist and four blocked shots in Friday's 4-3 overtime win over the Jets. Radulov missed time in January while in COVID-19 protocols, and his fantasy appeal has been further diminished by a third-line assignment. Remember, this is a player who averaged better than a point-per-game with the Stars in 2018-19, but Radulov has lost his top-six assignment to fellow countryman Denis Gurianov while averaging a mere 11:47 of ice time over the last five contests.
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Stars' Alexander Radulov: Ends goal drought Sunday

Radulov scored a goal on two shots in Sunday's 6-1 win over the Bruins. Radulov had gone over three months without a tally, as he last scored Oct. 27 versus the Golden Knights. In that 28-game span, the winger racked up a decent 12 assists and 42 shots on net. The 35-year-old has 15 points, 57 shots on net, 34 blocked shots and a minus-12 rating in 36 games. He's shooting 3.5 percent -- that's significantly lower than his 13.1 rate in his career, but playing in a bottom-six role won't help his scoring numbers.
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