Alexander Radulov assigned to AHL farm team by Nashville Predators

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The 20-year-old forward was assigned to the AHL farm team in Milwaukee. The move reduced the Predators' roster to the maximum league limit of 23 for the season opener at home Thursday against Chicago.

Radulov, a six-foot-one and 188-pound left-winger, scored 61 goals and assisted on 91 for 152 points in 62 regular-season games and led the Quebec Remparts to the Memorial Cup title.

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