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06-26-2013, 11:11 AM
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Originally Posted by Lundsanity30 View Post
I disagree. I saw what Nash did playing in Columbus, he could throw some huge hits and also would drop the gloves and defend his teammates. I wonder if it was first season in NY jitters (and it was still a very good season production wise). I admit he did play a little tentative but I think we may just see the guy I watched in Columbus this coming year. Though, he can't really play the power forward role here he's our only threat we can't have him getting hurt by getting into fights for no reason.
Nash does not play physical on a consistent basis to be called a power forward. he hits once a month it seems like... doesnt go to the corners and doesnt screen the goalie.... power forwards are players who play physical, with grit, drop the gloves and be aggressive at times. Nash does not do this at all. Nash is more of a sniper than power forward.. Ryan Callahan is more of a power forward than Rich Nash is

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