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02-11-2013, 08:44 PM
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He was referring to Nash.
But he was talking about Brad, who is no longer Rick's center

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Newsflash, this guy is good.

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I'd say Rick Nash is a pretty good hockey player, how bout you?

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anyone got vid of the shoot out goal?

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02-12-2013, 09:54 PM
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4otCRoevCuQ

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That pass to Hags was his best move as a Ranger, IMO. Beautiful.

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He's played MUCH better the past two games. I've definitely been skeptical for a multitude of reasons, but if he can learn to play alongside some talent he will be worth it.

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gotta keep Nash playing with Stepan and Hagelin, they killed it tonight.

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gotta keep Nash playing with Stepan and Hagelin, they killed it tonight.
No kidding. I hope Torts knows this too.

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02-12-2013, 10:06 PM
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dubinsky and anisimov dont have the offensive prowess between the two of them to make a move like that what a beauty

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02-12-2013, 10:08 PM
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Just wanted to say as a CBJ and Nash fan I am glad others are appreciating his skill set. He was always a threat on the ice and I can't wait until his shooting % normalizes. The goals will come!

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gotta keep Nash playing with Stepan and Hagelin, they killed it tonight.
hopefully gaborik can get his head out of his ass, and miller can feed him some pucks, two dangerous lines

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02-12-2013, 10:11 PM
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Rick Nash is a swan on ice...Did anyone see Rask fly out of the picture on that deke in the shootout?

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02-12-2013, 10:16 PM
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A Bruins fan added mon XBL on NHL13 just now just to say i ****ing hate rick nash.

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02-12-2013, 10:19 PM
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Also wanted to add I am glad to hear Nash is getting some PK time. He was always so dangerous with his reach/speed I could never understand why he was taken off the PK. He should add a few more SH goals.

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02-12-2013, 10:21 PM
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That move and pass to Hags...

Oh my god.

A player on the Rangers who dazzles you. What is this?

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02-12-2013, 10:51 PM
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He is a special player, and everytime he has the puck in the offensive zone I expect something fun to happen

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Also wanted to add I am glad to hear Nash is getting some PK time. He was always so dangerous with his reach/speed I could never understand why he was taken off the PK. He should add a few more SH goals.
He has played very little PK since Powe came aboard.

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Also wanted to add I am glad to hear Nash is getting some PK time. He was always so dangerous with his reach/speed I could never understand why he was taken off the PK. He should add a few more SH goals.
Nash probably could help us with more sh goals, but I think its better to leave him off the PK, we have many who are capable of that.

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02-12-2013, 10:58 PM
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My bad, must have misread a post saying he was on the PK more. I hope for NYR sake he gets more time as the opposing team is thinking twice when he is patrolling the perimeter.

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He had an extremely up and down game today (in the sense that the good things were really good, but the bad things were really bad). Beautiful setup to Hags, great shootout goal, ill-timed penalty (although, to be fair, Lucic got away with a hit from behind, and I did defend him when it happened), the play on the 2nd Bruins goal.

Overall, it's been a LOT more good with Nash than bad. He has his gaffes, but for the most part, he's the best player on the ice.

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This guy will never make it in the big city. The depth we lost will end up killing this tea....what. It's not last week? ****

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That pass to Hags was his best move as a Ranger, IMO. Beautiful.
It might have been the best move I've ever seen a Ranger make. Jagr was more of a shooter by the time he got here.

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02-13-2013, 12:42 AM
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He had an extremely up and down game today (in the sense that the good things were really good, but the bad things were really bad). Beautiful setup to Hags, great shootout goal, ill-timed penalty (although, to be fair, Lucic got away with a hit from behind, and I did defend him when it happened), the play on the 2nd Bruins goal.

Overall, it's been a LOT more good with Nash than bad. He has his gaffes, but for the most part, he's the best player on the ice.
an up and down game? all you mentioned for the "down" was an ill timed penalty which was reaction from a hit from behind where his head got drilled into the boards. meanwhile he had an assist which was incredible, almost scored another goal hitting off the post after another incredible move, and then he scored the first goal in the shootout.

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