npv708 wrote:I really hope this works out for Nashville. Radulov can make a legit impact, too. To me, this makes Nashville the favorite to come out of the West.
shafnutz05 wrote:Hmmm....which NHL coach do I most want to see hit in the face with a stick?
brwi wrote:Radulov wants to leave right now but the out-clause in his KHL contract doesn't kick-in until April 30th. Before then, give back 2/3rds of your salary to your KHL team if you depart.
Troy Loney wrote:Where are you seeing that he'll be back on thursday?
"I don't expect him to play against the Edmonton Oilers (Tuesday) but I'd like to see him in Pittsburgh (Thursday) … if everything is correct," Trotz said.
Trotz hopes to have Radulov in lineup by Thursday
penny lane wrote:reports are the pens could see him play!
I totally forgot, Hal Gill is now on their blue line!
brwi wrote:Radulov's Russian agent for him in the KHL says there was a payoff to break the contract, and it wasn't made by Radulov but instead by some other benefactor. Apparently, Salavat will retain Radulov's rights in the KHL if he returns there.
npv708 wrote:brwi wrote:Radulov's Russian agent for him in the KHL says there was a payoff to break the contract, and it wasn't made by Radulov but instead by some other benefactor. Apparently, Salavat will retain Radulov's rights in the KHL if he returns there.
Good. Exactly what needed to happen in this case. Can't wait to see him play in the NHL again. The few KHL games I've seen this year he's been more than noticeable in a very good way. I really hope the Preds go far this year. I'd love a Pens-Preds SCF. It would be some amazing hockey.
penny lane wrote:RADULOV ALEXANDER @RADUL22
In the plaine going to new york then Nashville. ))) http://pic.twitter.com/HCYHsRJs
did he have problems iwth Trots? Or just money?
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