F - DAL
Alexander Radulov potted a goal 16:28 into the first period to extend Dallas' lead to 3-1. He followed it up with another goal 9:09 into the second and also had an assist on Tyler Seguin's first period goal.
Prior to Saturday night's eruption, Radulov had been fairly quiet this postseason as he only had two goals and an assist in nine contests. Dallas will need similar production like last night's from Radulov if they are to make a legitimate run at a championship this postseason.
Alexander Radulov will sit out for Tuesday's home contest against the Rangers as he is still dealing with an illness.
Radulov has 15 goals and 34 points in 60 games played.
Alexander Radulov is currently considered questionable for Tuesday's home game against the New York Rangers with an illness.
Coach Rick Bowness stated that Radulov is still dealing with an illness, hence why he did not participate during Monday's practice. More updates on his status should come out prior to Tuesday night's puck drop in Dallas. He has 15 goals and 34 points in 60 games played this year.
Alexander Radulov served up the secondary helper on John Klingberg's third period power play tally as the Stars managed to knot the game at one. The Oilers would end up winning 2-1 in OT.
Radulov had not produced a point since Feb.23 against Chicago. It is certainly encouraging seeing his name reappear on the scoresheet as the Stars continue their push to the playoffs this year.
Alexander Radulov dished out the primary assist on Joe Pavelski's first period goal as the Stars grabbed a 1-0 lead over the Blackhawks Sunday.
Since returning from an upper body injury on Feb.19, Radulov has produced two points in three games played. He has 15 markers and 33 points in 55 contests this year.