Nashville Predators: Alexander Radulov Would Make Nashville Serious Contenders

March 13th, 2012 by Keegan McNally Leave a reply »
There are several serious contenders for a Stanley Cup this year. New York is having one of their best seasons in years, Pittsburgh has Hart Trophy candidate Evgeni Malkin and a returning Sidney Crosby, and St. Louis has a two goalie tandem that is leading the West. 

One more team you should add to your pre-playoff favorites is the Nashville Predators. 

Not only do they have the 10th-least goals allowed in the league (Shea Weber and Pekka Rinne are two scary names for offenses), they also balance out their squad with the eighth-most goals scored. 

The Predators have formed a top six highlighted by the Kostitsyn brothers, gritty forward Mike Fisher, and diehard Predator, David Legwand.

Imagine that offense injected with Russian sensation, Alexander Radulov. Today it's been reported that Radulov is eyeing a return to the surging Predators before the playoffs. 

Don't remember Radulov? That's because he only played 145 NHL games with the Predators and abandoned ship to the KHL in 2008.

However, Radulov scored 95 points in those 145 games and has only improved his game since leaving. Each of his first ...

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