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Preseason Game 3: Flyers at Rangers

The “out for blood” Flyers are in town tonight to take on the Rangers in their third preseason game. As with most preseason games, there is a new lineup tonight, with J.T. Miller getting a shot between Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis. Miller has had a strong preseason, and now it appears he is […] The post Preseason Game 3: Flyers at Rangers appeared first on Blue Seat Blogs.
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Preseason Game 3: Rangers vs. Flyers

The New York Rangers host the Philadelphia Flyers at Madison Square Garden for their third preseason game at 7pm. Rangers Game Notes TV: MSG Radio: None Live Stream (Don’t click on ads in stream, may download virus): Probable line-up… Kreider-Brassard-Zuccarello Nash-Miller-St. Louis Duclair...
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Duclair, 19, gets shot on Nash line

Anthony Duclair is all but certainly headed back to his QMJHL Quebec Ramparts, but not before the 19-year-old right wing gets at least one preseason game and more training camp exposure to the Rangers. “We’re definitely going to try to get a good read on him and definitely trying to get him a good experience,” coach Alain Vigneault said Thursday. “Like everybody else, he’s...
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Nash Diminishing; Staal Waiting; Hayes Adapting; Sather Leaving?; Buchnevich Thriving

The performances of JT Miller and Ryan Malone Monday night were impossible to miss, but easily the most noticeable thing to take away from the first five days of training camp is this… 2013 2014 Yes, Rick Nash has shown up this September in ridiculous shape and here’s how he’s done it (via New York Post)… “For sure, the staff wanted me to get in better shape over the...
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Morning Line - Rick Nash

“Coming back from the concussion, it was tough for me to feel comfortable on the physical side of it. You can say maybe I was a little ‘careful,’ but it wasn’t as much being ‘careful’ as just not being comfortable in certain situations. “When you come back from a knee injury, you might not be immediately comfortable on cross-overs, or if you have a groin pull, you...
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Rick Nash’s goal scoring last season compared to the league

I’ve been documenting the reasons why the ‘heat’ on Rick Nash is an overblown ‘hot take’. See exhibits 1 and 2 here and here. For my next piece of evidence, lets extrapolate Nash’s 5 on 5 goal scoring rate over 82 games worth of minutes. Nash missed 17 games last season with a concussion and continue reading...
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Rick Nash’s career production in a chart

Rick Nash’s career production rate is 2.56 points per 60 minutes (P/60). During his nine years in Columbus, he produced 2.58 P/60. In his two years with the Rangers he has produced 2.45 P/60. His points production was significantly dragged down by a drop in assists last season. Most importantly though, Nash’s goals per 60 continue reading...
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What an in-form Rick Nash means to the Rangers

Last season, it can be reasonably argued that no other ‘contending’ team had to put up with as much inconsistency from their top line than the New York Rangers. In fact, the Rangers were surely the only team to go deep in the playoffs who couldn’t even identify a clear top forward line. Injuries, a […] The post What an in-form Rick Nash means to the Rangers appeared first...
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Let’s talk about Rick Nash’s ‘struggles’

Rick Nash rightfully drew a healthy dose of criticism for his playoff performance with the Rangers last year. His three goals in four series worth of games was not acceptable and fell well below expectations. However, his poor performance did not happen in a vacuum; context is important. As I wrote prior to the start of the continue reading...
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TheNYRBlog Rick Nash Challenge

Everyone is aware of the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge that has swept the world by storm raising tens of millions of dollars to combat that terrible disease. Well, I have a different kind of challenge for Blueshirt fans, that, if done correctly, could lead to a Stanley Cup for the Rangers. It’s no secret that Rick Nash has hit rock bottom in New York. He’s suffered multiple concussions...
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28 days ago  |  Discuss
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