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The Nizhny Tagil-born attacker has spent two stints with the Nashville Predators throughout his career, scoring 47 goals and providing 55 assists in the space of 154 NHL games.
He is second in the KHL all-time scoring list behind Sergei Mozyakin and holds the league’s record for the most career assists.
This season Radulov has netted 13 goals, second in the KHL behind Mozyakin, and offered up 24 assists in 32 games for CSKA. The two-time IIHF world champion signed a four-year deal with the Moscow outfit in 2012 after leaving Nashville, and is believed to earn $9.2 million a year.
The Russian left the NHL in somewhat controversial circumstances after he and his teammate Andrei Kostotsyn were suspended in the Predators’ playoff run in 2012 for breaking curfew.
Colorado Avalanche is thought to be the team Radulov would sign for if he returns to the NHL.
Avs head coach Patrick Roy had the Russian under his tutelage in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League and the pair could be reunited in Colorado.
Radulov’s agent Yuri Nikolaev confirmed to Russian media in May that the duo had spoken about the potential for Radulov to sign for Avalanche next season.
The Russian will be 30 by the time the 2016-17 campaign begins, but his continued impressive record in the KHL will surely convince a number of NHL teams to take a gamble and bring him back to North America.
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