Alexander Radulov

Nashville Predators #47 - Right Wing

  • Born: 07/05/86
  • Age: 28
  • Height: 6-1
  • Weight: 200

Sochi 2014: Men's Hockey Qualification Round recap


Slovenia and Russia cruise, the Czechs stave off a comeback while Latvia pulls out the upset of the tournament.

Your Olympic Hockey TV Guide


Want to keep an eye on the Nashville Predators while they compete at the 2014 Winter Olympics? Consult our handy guide.

Sunday's Dump & Chase: It's Break Time!


The Olympic break is finally here. It's unfortunate that we're heading in on a loss, but the Ducks are a FAR SUPERIOR team, so that's how the cookie crumbles.

Wednesday's Dump & Chase:Welcome Back, Taylor Beck


After the Hendricks trade, the Preds had room for another forward, and it looks like Taylor Beck is getting the call.



Was he the most beloved Predator of all time? No, but Jason Arnott was a damn good hockey player, and the Preds could certainly use a center of his stature once again.

Vote: Who Was the Preds' Greatest #47?


The Alexander Radulov story was an emotional roller coaster ride which came to a rotten end for all parties concerned, but he's certainly the most noteworthy Nashville player to ever wear the #47.

Tuesday's Dump & Chase: Jagr to New Jersey


Why in the world would he sign in New Jersey? At his advanced age, you'd think he would try to make a run at another Cup. And that's not happening with the Devils.

Burmistrov defects from Jets, heads to KHL


After two seasons of being misused by coach Claude Noel, restricted free agent Alex Burmistrov is heading to Ak Bars of the KHL after signing a two-year deal today. This is not good news for the local ice hockey franchise.

NHL Draft: The KHL & The Damage Done


Over the years, the Nashville Predators have had, well, a complicated series of relationships with Russian-speaking players. Will they strike up a new one with Valeri Nichushkin at this weekend's NHL Draft?

KHL Super Schedule: Some Teams 5,000 Miles Apart!


With some teams separated by as much as 5,000 miles, the travel burden faced by KHL clubs is downright absurd.

Quick Hits: Sammy, Bert and Brunner


Today's Quick Hits

Sixth straight loss is a 1-0 snoozefest

Another game, another loss as the Sharks were shut out for the second time in three games, losing in overtime against the Nashville Predators.

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