Bradley Glenn Richards (born May 2, 1980) is a Canadian professional ice hockey centre and alternate captain for the New York Rangers of the National Hockey League (NHL).
He has also played for the Tampa Bay Lightning and Dallas Stars. He won the Stanley Cup in 2004 with the Lightning, where he was awarded the Conn Smythe Trophy as the Most Valuable Player during the 2004 Stanley Cup Playoffs.
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... On July 2, 2011, Brad Richards, a free agent who had played with the Dallas Stars during the prior season, signed a nine-year, $60 million contract to play for the Rangers ... Brad Richards and Marc Staal were named Alternate Captains on the same day ... In game 3, Marian Gaborik received a pass from Brad Richards to seal a victory 1441 into the third overtime, giving the Rangers a 2–1 lead in the series ...
... Louis* RW 832..97 Brad Richards C 489..89 Vaclav Prospal C 371..79 Steven Stamkos* C 329. 1.01 Brian Bradley C 300..91 Fredrik Modin LW 445 145 ... Louis* LW 319 Steven Stamkos* C 179 Brad Richards C 150 Fredrik Modin LW 145 Vaclav Prospal C 127 Brian Bradley C 111 Chris Gratton C 98 Rob Zamuner LW 84 Ryan Malone* RW 81 ... Louis* RW 513 Vincent Lecavalier* C 469 Brad Richards C 339 Vaclav Prospal C 244 Brian Bradley C 189 Dan Boyle D 187 Pavel Kubina D 181 Chris Gratton C 161 Steven Stamkos* C 150 ...
... Keane Dallas Stars—(Late 2000s)—Loui Eriksson, Brad Richards, and Jamie Benn Dallas Stars—(Late 2000s)—Brenden Morrow, Mike Ribeiro, and James Neal / Steve Ott Detroit Red Wings (1930s)—Herbie Lewis ... Louis, Brad Richards, and Fredrik Modin Tampa Bay Lightning—Ryan Malone, Steven Stamkos, and Martin St ...
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