MOSCOW, November 12 (R-Sport) - KHL top-scorer Alexander Radulov returned to training with CSKA Moscow on Monday after missing 10 days to a knee injury.
The ex-Nashville Predators wing notched up 31 points in 23 games before damaging lateral knee ligament and his wrist after bumping into the board in a 6-2 win over Amur Khabarovsk on November 2.
The CSKA captain has now fully recovered and trained Monday in the same line as his brother Igor and former Gagarin Cup winner Igor Grigorenko.
Despite the injury, Radulov did not miss a single KHL game because of a break in fixtures to accommodate the Euro Hockey Tour.
CSKA is fourth in the Western Conference and next plays Atlant Moscow Region on the road Wednesday.
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