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09-06-2013, 12:26 PM
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Originally Posted by Off Sides View Post
I agree there, was just trying to find a way to define what I see as the difference between awesomeness and what Nash showed which I see as a step below. I think he could be awesome with a little more (drive, determination, situation, etc) I just have not seen it(one playoffs) and I think that was sort of the Columbus fan's view as well.
If anything, I think it has more to do with him being a player that fell into bad habits in Columbus.

He needs to work at getting better with the puck along the boards/in the trenches. In bigger games, theres simply not enough room out there to do the dazzling things on the rush that hes capable of.

The coaching staff should sit him in a chair and show him a highlight real of Jagr from the past 10 years. Jagr was a guy who also wasn't outwardly playing with emotion, but he became one of the better board players in the last half of his career.

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