The Minnesota Wild asked, and the fans responded. Prince’s “Let’s Go Crazy” will be the new goal song for the Wild beginning with their Sept. 27 preseason game against the Colorado Avalanche. This summer, the Wild sent an email to season ticket holders asking for their feedback about the potential change from Joe Satriani’s “Crowd Chant” to the classic Prince track.
Alexander Radulov‘s last stint in the NHL ended with him being suspended by the Nashville Predators. Radulov and former teammate Andrei Kostitsyn broke curfew during the team’s second round series against the Coyotes and both were disciplined. The following season, Radulov bolted for the KHL. Since then, things have changed. Radulov, now 30, says he’s more mature. He’s married and has a nine-month-old son. Canadiens GM Marc Bergervin is always looking to add players with “character”. So, the fact that he took a risk on Radulov raised some eyebrows. Bergevin did his homework on Radulov and sought out different opinions on the Russian sniper. CSKA General Manager Sergei Federov was one of the people
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