For the third season in a row, the Nashville Predators' Alexander Radulov was named the Kontinental Hockey League's Most Valuable Player (a.k.a. The Golden Stick Award) for his regular season play with Salavat Yulaev Ufa.
Before joining the Predators in March, Radulov scored 25 goals and added 38 assist during the KHL regular season. In six playoff games he had six assists.
After joining the Predators, Radulov had three goals and four assists in nine regular season games and then had a goal and five assists in eight Stanley Cup Playoff games.
Radulov becomes a restricted free agent on July 1 and it is unclear what his plans for next season are at this time.
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