Columbus Blue Jackets
Neil Keefe is joined by Brian Monzo, Chris LoPresti and Mike Carver to talk about what happened at the NHL trade deadline, why Rick Nash wasn’t moved and what to expect from the Rangers down the stretch.
It came down to the last minute. But at the end of the trade deadline Monday, the Rangers moved on without Nash.
The Rangers certainly had interest in top forward Rick Nash, they just weren’t going to break up a successful team to pry him away from the Blue Jackets.
The Rangers weren’t able to add a big name at the NHL Trade Deadline but did acquire one of the league’s toughest fighters in John Scott.
While Rick Nash remains the biggest name on the trade block, the Rangers could also use an infusion of physicality and strength. Enter Ott.
We are just under one week until the NHL trading deadline. Nash-sanity has officially begun.
While acquiring Rick Nash would seem like an ideal solution for the Rangers, Columbus’ trade demands will be high. The Rangers are best off passing on Nash and keeping hold of their core.
Derek Stepan lifted the Rangers past the Columbus Blue Jackets in overtime. The Blueshirts won 3-2 in an entertaining and controversial game.
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Rick Nash scored twice in a late 3-minute span – once on a quirky shot and the other on a highlight-reel move – to lead the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 3-1 victory over the New York Rangers on Saturday night.
Jakub Voracek scored a rebound goal 2:31 into overtime to lift the Columbus Blue Jackets to a 4-3 victory on Wednesday night and send the New York Islanders to their 14th straight loss.
The New York Islanders will try to prevent the Blue Jackets from a fifth straight win Wednesday night at Nassau Coliseum.