The selfish part of me wanted to see us keep Radulov up here, but definitely the right move in the long run, IMO.
Maybe...maybe not. Not at ALL youngsters develop best in the Q, or AHL, or wherever. Sometimes they need to play, and play at the level that they can handle. We saw Raddy do some big things, and showed that he could handle some big-time situations. I'm not saying we should have kept him, or that we should have sent him back. Time will only tell, but I just wonder if he was one of the few that could have made it and made it quick. Although, it would have only benifitted him if he had seen a lot of ice time, which is probably why its better that he was sent. But I'll still wonder, lets hope he continues to grow in the Q and not hit some plateau due to boredom
Interestingly enough, the article has been removed from the site as of 6:51 PM. I definitely saw it initially, but it is gone at the moment. It is probably being updated, but it is always fun to make stories out of nothing.