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02-06-2013, 02:29 PM
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Originally Posted by MTrangers View Post
I really do respect the work Gabby has put in since he got here and while everyone here was saying trade him last playoff run I stood by him. This to me is more about Nash's ability. He isn't literally worth twice what Gabby is and won't produce twice what Gabby does statistically. But if he just plays the rest of the year with an average shooting percentage you guys will see finally. I just think he excels at more things than Gabby does. To me there is very little that Gabby is better at while I feel Nash is better at most things. Even his skating, while not as fast as Gabby, creates just as much. I'd love to see Gabby go wide and cut to the middle like Nash did on his goal in Tampa. That's STRONG.

Theyre different styles of players though. Its like expecting a Ford Taurus to drive like a Ferrari.

Let Gaborik be Gaborik, and let Nash be Nash.

I dont want Gaborik to try what Nash does, cause he cant. Hes not good at it. Same for Nash. He doesnt have the shot or speed Gaborik does. Vision wise, theyre both great at making plays, but I give the edge to Gaborik there as well because his playmaking and reading the play are very underrated. Nash could use more playmaking, but he holds onto the puck too long. He needs to realize when to do it and when not to.

I still have flashbacks of the time on the PP where Nash just held onto the puck way too long and got burned for it by Torts back at the bench. I was like "when the **** you gonna pass it?"

It just seems like Gaborik (right now) is more of a team player, and Nash is more of a 'just give me the puck so I can bull through everyone to the goal and score' mindset. Im sure Nash will change at some point but right now, im not impressed.


Last edited by Heyoooo*: 02-06-2013 at 02:35 PM.
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