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New York Daily News Sep 29, 2014
Rick Nash impressing Alain Vigneault in NY Rangers training camp

Rick Nash impressing Alain Vigneault in NY Rangers training camp

Some relationships flourish. Some end badly. Some end amicably. In the case of Rick Nash and Rangers fans, maybe both sides just needed a break.
Blueshirt Banter Sep 26, 2014
New York Rangers Analysis: Rick Nash and Derick Brassard? It makes more sense than you might think

New York Rangers Analysis: Rick Nash and Derick Brassard? It makes more sense than you might think

With Derek Stepan out, the Rangers will need to figure out their line combinations moving forward. But an old relationship could be the key to how Alain Vigneault approaches things. The old saying goes, if it ain't broke, don't fix it. When it comes to the Rangers line combinations that at the surface meant not breaking up the trio of Rick Nash, Chris Kreider, and Derek Stepan. Of all the returners on Broadway this season, those three forwards constituted the only chance Alain Vigneault had at actually keeping a line together And on top of that, the line seemed to click rather well last...
New York Post Sep 21, 2014

Fitter Nash looking much quicker

If Rick Nash has seemed quicker on and to the puck, more involved in the action below the goal line and in front of the net, and simply in better...
Rotoworld Sep 20, 2014

Nash, MSL impress with their conditioning - Rick Nash (W) New York Rangers

Veterans Rick Nash and Martin St. Louis are among the best-conditioned players for the Rangers, according to coach Alain Vigneault.
Blueshirt Banter Sep 20, 2014
For the millionth time, there's nothing wrong with Rick Nash, he's good at hockey, leave him alone

For the millionth time, there's nothing wrong with Rick Nash, he's good at hockey, leave him alone

The whipping boy of New York' hockey scene was again called into question last week. Let's explore (again) why he's good at his job. At some point last week, I said I was done defending Rick Nash. I don't remember the context, or what spurred me to say this, but I really am getting tired of arguing to those too stubborn to accept any logic that Nash is an elite goal scorer, a huge key to the Rangers' future success, and that he's not getting traded. And yet, they keep calling me back. Last week, an article was published that I will not link to because I do not want to draw attention to it....
Newsday Sep 19, 2014

Rick Nash skating on left side for Rangers

Rick Nash has played right wing for most of his career and has said he's more comfortable there. Early in training camp, however, Rangers head coach Alain Vigneault, in search of different looks, is trying the power forward on the left side.

Rick Nash Photos

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    Rick Nash impressing Alain Vigneault in NY Rangers training camp

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