I'm not surprised to see Radulov bumped up. I really thought his lack of playing time was due to his unfamiliarity with the team as a whole and the chemistry with his previous line. With Parshin's misconduct and bad game against the USA, I figured his spot was up for grabs. It appears it was, and Radulov has found his niche on the line featuring Malkin. This is great news for us because Russia rolled two lines the entire game against the US, and with Malkin feeding him the puck (that kid has some insane vision/speed/puck skills).....our man Radulov is going to be getting some serious scoring oppurtunities and chances to shine.