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04-08-2013, 05:53 AM
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zuckera1
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Nash, it's not even close.

The Gaborik defenders keeping bringing up his stellar 2009-2010 campaign with the Rangers...but watch this video of ALL of his 42 goals and ask yourself: how many of these were easy finishes based off the play of his linemates?

https://www.youtube.com/watch?featur...&v=ENzAiPZ3rhc

Gaborik needs others to play well for him to produce, that isn't the case with Nash. Nash this season has been better than Gaborik was that season, no question about it.

Some of you guys put wayy too much emphasis on stats. Gaborik has been surrounded by more talent than Nash has his entire career. He's injury-prone, streaky, invisible on most nights, and lacks that "killer-instinct" we need during the playoffs.

Nash > Gaborik every day of the week, he's also had a better, more consistent career than Gaborik and is much more exciting to watch. You guys defending Gaborik need to wake up

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