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PHT Morning Skate: In which Alexander Radulov is on a plane to Nashville

Mar 20, 2012, 7:23 AM EDT

Alexander Radulov

PHT’s Morning Skate takes a look around the world of hockey to see what’s happening and what we’ll be talking about around the NHL world and beyond.

If you were doubting that Alexander Radulov was actually coming back, doubt no more as he took a picture of himself on the plane to Nashville and shared it via Twitter saying, “In the plaine going to new york then Nashville. )))” (@RADUL22)

Hey look, Alex Ovechkin is playing the way a captain should for a team in desperate need. Amazing, isn’t it? (The Washington Post)

Martin Brodeur is hoping last night’s game at Madison Square Garden isn’t his last. (Fire & Ice)

The Oilers signed their own prospect goalie Tyler Bunz to his three-year entry-level deal. (Globe And Mail)

Ales Hemsky is almost the player he used to be. You know, before he became an oft-injured star and all. (Edmonton Journal)

Much like many teams, the Ottawa Senators would like to get their power play going again. (Senators Extra)

Tomas Fleischmann is the Panthers’ Masterton nominee. After getting over a blood-clotting issue last season, his case is a good one. (Panthers)

  1. gekkoguy82 - Mar 20, 2012 at 7:59 AM

    I wonder if Radulov is as grouchy in real life as he always looks in pictures and videos…

  2. vshehane - Mar 20, 2012 at 8:31 AM

    As a Preds fan, not sure if I think Rads is a good idea. I guess we will see. We are pretty good without him.

  3. barkar942 - Mar 20, 2012 at 10:49 AM

    My question is did Barry Trotz get his fully caged helmet to protect himself from Radulov’s stick while on the bench?
    Then again, I think if Radulov pulled the same stunt he did in Russia to Trotz, Barry would just chomp off his stick , chew it up and spit it back to him!

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