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07-10-2012, 03:45 PM
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Yeah, Nash has been part of the problem in Columbus. Not all his fault of course...he hasn't known any other team or culture at the NHL level. But when Vinny Prospal gets to Columbus and says "what the hell are you guys doing, no one works hard in practice, no one approaches this like "we have to work hard now so that it will translate to effort during games"", then you definitely have to question the leadership of Nash.

All that said, the Rangers wouldn't be looking to him for any leadership. They have plenty, he'd just be asked to score goals.

But it does make the claims about how Nash is so important and Columbus' franchise player and they HAVE to get a massive return for him because he's so important, rather laughable.

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