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phillyb™
10-09-2014, 11:49 PM
:slats:

http://i.imgur.com/1pE8gRn.png

Winter
10-09-2014, 11:58 PM
I say he falls just shy of 120

McDougalfaschnitzer
10-10-2014, 12:18 AM
Any less than 164 and he is dead to me!

Captain Clutch
10-10-2014, 12:19 AM
That's all?

Cash or Czech?
10-10-2014, 12:20 AM
And Stamkos is on pace for 0...he's on the trading block in most fantasy leagues.

Hornet
10-10-2014, 01:04 AM
We need him to score a minimum of 30-35 goals. DOesn't hurt to have a guy who will keep the opposing D on their toes. Kreider might be becoming another one of those guys so Nash being a force throughout the year would be awesome.

hamov glir
10-10-2014, 02:09 AM
I'll be happy with 1/4 of 164 goals.

Keirik
10-10-2014, 04:25 AM
i had him pegged for around 145 this year. So far, im presently surprised that he's surpassed my expectations.

So Nashty
10-10-2014, 07:41 AM
In all seriousness he is looking better in a Rangers jersey than he ever has before. I hope he keeps it up.

SaveByRichter35
10-10-2014, 08:15 AM
At Columbus tomorrow night, that's at least 2 more for Nash haha.

Cash or Czech?
10-10-2014, 08:40 AM
In all seriousness he is looking better in a Rangers jersey than he ever has before. I hope he keeps it up.

He came into camp in way better shape, he's not dealing with coming off a concussion and other factors like Kreider being another year into the league. A lot of positive things going in Nash's favor so far and I hope he keeps it up.

Pete
10-10-2014, 08:55 AM
I'll wait for my usual sample size before commenting.

lefty9
10-10-2014, 09:20 AM
Me too, but i am glad he is off to a good start

Slobberknocker
10-10-2014, 09:49 AM
he blows by the great ones record this year. probably scores 50 in 30.

G1000
10-10-2014, 10:09 AM
The more I think about it, Rick Nash is the biggest non-injury wildcard factor. If 2008-2009 Rick Nash shows up on this Rangers team, we're not only contenders, we're outright lethal.

Last night was EXACTLY what we need from him. Hard work, good reads, sneaky quick releases - that's what we need him doing.

FleshistheFever
10-10-2014, 10:10 AM
Its our speed and resilience. He's not being targeted as often because the pressure we're laying on. In all seriousness, the way we're playing seems like its going to cause a ton a chaos on the ice. There's going to be a lot of chasing going on by the opposing squads which is going to leave open some gaps and open opportunities. Expect at least 30 from 61.

JOHN
10-10-2014, 11:04 AM
Its our speed and resilience. He's not being targeted as often because the pressure we're laying on. In all seriousness, the way we're playing seems like its going to cause a ton a chaos on the ice. There's going to be a lot of chasing going on by the opposing squads which is going to leave open some gaps and open opportunities. Expect at least 30 from 61.

He got two goals that were right place/right time situations and he was not the biggest factor in either of them, just the benefactor.

I'm happy the guy started off on the right foot, but let's not go overboard here. It has nothing to do with him not being targeted, it's Chris Kreider selling out to make an outstanding poke check to set him up and MSL making an outstanding pass to set him up, both times alone in the slot. He made those opportunities count and that's exactly what you need out of him, but it has nothing to do with how other teams are targeting him. If anything, it's about him being much better at positioning himself to score last night.

Pete
10-10-2014, 11:07 AM
He got two goals that were right place/right time situations and he was not the biggest factor in either of them, just the benefactor.

I'm happy the guy started off on the right foot, but let's not go overboard here. It has nothing to do with him not being targeted, it's Chris Kreider selling out to make an outstanding poke check to set him up and MSL making an outstanding pass to set him up, both times alone in the slot. He made those opportunities count and that's exactly what you need out of him, but it has nothing to do with how other teams are targeting him. If anything, it's about him being much better at positioning himself to score last night.

The goals were mostly blown coverage. You don't let Rick Nash go un-checked in your zone.

That said, he was driving the center lane, and picked his corner twice. Playoff time? He's not even in the slot, or shooting at the logo. I'll take what he did last night over that.

That said, regular season Rick Nash never worries me. He'll get his. It's the playoffs that I care about.

JOHN
10-10-2014, 11:10 AM
The goals were mostly blown coverage. You don't let Rick Nash go un-checked in your zone.

That said, he was driving the center lane, and picked his corner twice. Playoff time? He's not even in the slot, or shooting at the logo. I'll take what he did last night over that.

That said, regular season Rick Nash never worries me. He'll get his. It's the playoffs that I care about.

Pretty much agreed, though I think he has come into this season with the intention of playing more to this teams strengths and being better prepared for it. I think going from Tortorella's system to AV's was probably rough for him, especially coming off a concussion.

Slobberknocker
10-10-2014, 01:41 PM
he probably got the concussion as a result of playing Tort's system

:banghead:

Pete
10-10-2014, 02:09 PM
he probably got the concussion as a result of playing Tort's system

:banghead:

Yea, the one he got last year under AV?

:rolleyes:

I know what you're doing.

NYR2711
10-10-2014, 02:12 PM
If he can play this way for a majority of the season, that will put us in a great position.

Slobberknocker
10-10-2014, 02:27 PM
Yea, the one he got last year under AV?

:rolleyes:

I know what you're doing.

your the only one on this board that appreciates it. :))

RichieNextel305
10-10-2014, 09:01 PM
I just hope he remains consistent. I'm not concerned that, over an 82-game season, should he play all of the games, he will score his 30-35 goals. I just hope that he can score them a little bit more consistently. Sure, those 2 stretches where he drops 12 in 10 and then 11 in 12 are nice. But, if he scores 23 goals in 22 games and then scores 12 in 60, it's not going to be good. He needs consistency. I can understand some dry spells, but they have to be minimized this year.

phillyb™
10-12-2014, 07:55 PM
two more to keep the pace.

Captain Clutch
10-12-2014, 10:30 PM
Got another goal tonight, not bad

NYR2711
10-13-2014, 09:46 AM
4 goals, 1 assist, +3 and a baby in 3 games, not too bad to start the season.

Zuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuc
10-15-2014, 04:26 AM
Nasher going for the Art Ross this year??

Morphinity
10-15-2014, 09:30 AM
Nasher going for the Art Ross this year??

Yep, while the Rangers finish in last place. :p

phillyb™
10-15-2014, 09:47 AM
behind pace a little bit, but really throwing up some good numbers.
good job ricky!

Puck Head
10-15-2014, 11:51 AM
Yep, while the Rangers finish in last place. :p

That's ok, McDavid or Eichel!!!!




Oh....wait.......nevermind :)

Myusername
10-15-2014, 11:59 AM
http://3.cdn.nhle.com/nhl/en/v3/photos/mugs/8470041.jpg

Guy looks like a totally different person this season. If you look at this former pictures he looks straight up tubby. Must have reduced his body fat by at least 2-3% in the offseason

G1000
10-15-2014, 12:02 PM
That's ok, McDavid or Eichel!!!!




Oh....wait.......nevermind :)

Before going all /wrists on the season, do remember that:

1 - It's game 4. We were worse last year.
2 - We're banged up
3 - They changed the draft lottery system - even if we finish dead last, Tampa's only got like a 1/5 chance of the first overall pick

Puck Head
10-15-2014, 12:05 PM
Before going all /wrists on the season, do remember that:

1 - It's game 4. We were worse last year.
2 - We're banged up
3 - They changed the draft lottery system - even if we finish dead last, Tampa's only got like a 1/5 chance of the first overall pick

Oh I'm fine with this season so far.
Not worried or panicking. I think we have a good roster, but between injuries and key losses last year will take a bit to adjust.
Goaltending has been less then stellar, (both)...and I highly doubt that will be a long term problem.

I've been rather happy with some of our additions thus far, (Glass, Ryan Malone, Stemp, of course Duclair).
I think this will turn around fairly quickly.

NYR2711
10-15-2014, 12:09 PM
Oh I'm fine with this season so far.
Not worried or panicking. I think we have a good roster, but between injuries and key losses last year will take a bit to adjust.
Goaltending has been less then stellar, (both)...and I highly doubt that will be a long term problem.

I've been rather happy with some of our additions thus far, (Glass, Ryan Malone, Stemp, of course Duclair).
I think this will turn around fairly quickly.

I have to agree with you here. For me, the biggest surprise has been Stemp.

Captain Clutch
10-15-2014, 12:13 PM
It's weird that offense is not what we're worried about. Rangers defense has been awful but guys like Nash, Duclair, Kreider look amazing

TwoMinutesForNothing
10-15-2014, 12:14 PM
What about Tanner Glass has made you happy? Dominic Moore has been rendered useless by him.

Puck Head
10-15-2014, 12:17 PM
What about Tanner Glass has made you happy? Dominic Moore has been rendered useless by him.

He's much faster then I realized.
Is good on the forecheck, throws a ton of hits, and as we've seen, quick to drop gloves if need be.
Also doing better on PK than I imagined.

He's a 4th line winger, I think we need to keep our expectations in check.

TwoMinutesForNothing
10-15-2014, 12:21 PM
He's much faster then I realized.
Is good on the forecheck, throws a ton of hits, and as we've seen, quick to drop gloves if need be.
Also doing better on PK than I imagined.

He's a 4th line winger, I think we need to keep our expectations in check.

We were so good last year because our 4th line could cycle and control the puck, and often create offense. They can't do that with him out there. I think after watching him I actually buy into this whole CORSI thing now. It was right about him.

Pete
10-15-2014, 12:29 PM
He's no worse than Dorsett was, honestly.

TwoMinutesForNothing
10-15-2014, 12:48 PM
Yeah he kind of is. There are tons of articles out there citing stats showing that he kills his line.

http://snyrangersblog.com/2014-15/2014-15-players/tanner-glass/stats-when-tanner-glass-is-on-the-ice-his-team-doesnt-have-the-puck/


Last season, Tanner Glass had the fourth worst Corsi percentage, among players who played at least 62 games, which tracks shot attempts for and against at 5 on 5.

When Glass was on the ice, his Corsi was 39.3% which is 11.7% less than the Penguins team Corsi. The -11.7% was the highest in the league.

When Glass was on the ice at 5 on 5, the Penguins had 422 shot attempts for and 651 against.

The Ranger with the lowest Corsi last season, in at least 62 games, was Brian Boyle at 46.9%.

In 2013, Glass had the 16th worst Corsi at 42.3% and was on the ice for 274 shot attempts for and 374 against.
In 2011-12, with Winnipeg, Glass had the 9th worst Corsi at 42.4% and was on the ice for 660 shot attempts for and 896 against.
In 10-11 with Alain Vigneault in Vancouver, Glass had a Corsi of 40.7% and was on the ice for 406 shot attempts for and 591 against
In 09-10 with Alain Vigneault in Vancouver, Glass had a Corsi of 42.7% and was on the ice for 417 for and 560 against
In 2007-08, his Corsi was 38.7% and was on the ice for 117 attempts for and 185 against
His career Corsi percentage is 41.3%. In 377 games, Glass has been on the ice for 2308 shot attempts for and 3287 against.

In 37 career playoff games, Glass has been on the ice for 144 shot attempts for and 256 against, a Corsi of 36%.

TwoMinutesForNothing
10-15-2014, 12:54 PM
Last season Dorsett was 50.5% and has a career 47.7%, which is a big difference.

Morphinity
10-15-2014, 12:56 PM
Yeah he kind of is. There are tons of articles out there citing stats showing that he kills his line.

http://snyrangersblog.com/2014-15/2014-15-players/tanner-glass/stats-when-tanner-glass-is-on-the-ice-his-team-doesnt-have-the-puck/

He's statistically horrendous this year too (so far). He's bringing up the rear with Dominic Moore, John Moore, Brassard, and Zuccarello.

Puck Head
10-15-2014, 02:17 PM
TwoMinutes-

Guys, don't get too carried away with the Corsi statistics.
After 4 games, (two of which I've watched twice).....Tanner Glass isn't killing anybody statistically.

His job is to get up and down the ice and throw the body. Our 4th line is not going to be cycling and creating a ton of scoring chances.

AmericanJesus
10-15-2014, 02:38 PM
http://www.behindthenet.ca/nhl_statistics.php?ds=29&s=30&f1=2014_s&f2=5v5&f5=NYR&c=0+1+3+5+29+30+31+35+36+37+38+39+40+47+48+49+50+5 1+52+53+54+55+56#

Miller leading the advanced stats way,but he's in the stands.

Morphinity
10-15-2014, 02:49 PM
http://www.behindthenet.ca/nhl_statistics.php?ds=29&s=30&f1=2014_s&f2=5v5&f5=NYR&c=0+1+3+5+29+30+31+35+36+37+38+39+40+47+48+49+50+5 1+52+53+54+55+56#

Miller leading the advanced stats way,but he's in the stands.

Those stats are after 2 games only. Unfortunately, with the absence of Extra Skater, our stats options are limited.

Also, the stats for this season should be taken very lightly until there's more of a sample size. 4 games is not enough to determine any trends in stats.

NYR2711
10-15-2014, 02:51 PM
Our 4th line worked so well last year because of Boyle. Boyle and Moore worked very well together last year, and we're very reliable. Right now we don't have anyone like him in our bottom six, and that us one of the main problems. The loss of Boyle, IMO, is the biggest hit this team took over the summer.

Pete
10-15-2014, 02:54 PM
http://www.behindthenet.ca/nhl_statistics.php?ds=29&s=30&f1=2014_s&f2=5v5&f5=NYR&c=0+1+3+5+29+30+31+35+36+37+38+39+40+47+48+49+50+5 1+52+53+54+55+56#

Miller leading the advanced stats way,but he's in the stands.

Because of personal preference. AV doesn't like him. Same as he preferred Moore to DZ, when both were equally poor.

MacTruck
10-15-2014, 02:56 PM
How did the Nash on fire thread work its way to a Tanner Glass Corsi conversation?

Slobberknocker
10-15-2014, 03:24 PM
because optimism is not allowed at the moment.

Pete
10-15-2014, 03:28 PM
And because people need whipping boys.

DZ is gone.

Now it's Miller, Glass, etc.

phillyb™
10-15-2014, 04:39 PM
How did the Nash on fire thread work its way to a Tanner Glass Corsi conversation?

:repped:


because optimism is not allowed at the moment.

:repped:

jjweimar
10-15-2014, 04:54 PM
How did the Nash on fire thread work its way to a Tanner Glass Corsi conversation?

I was going to ask the same question earlier but I was at work and wanted to wait until I got home. I was as amazed as you. Thank you!

G1000
10-16-2014, 09:15 AM
Rick Nash has scored twice as many goals in the four games this season than he did in the 25 playoff games we played last season.

Argh.

Morphinity
10-16-2014, 10:09 AM
Rick Nash has scored twice as many goals in the four games this season than he did in the 25 playoff games we played last season.

Argh.

Yeah, if only we played the Islanders and Leafs in the playoffs.

MacTruck
10-21-2014, 03:50 PM
Nash still on a solid pace for 115. Let's hope the ride continues.

Dunny
10-21-2014, 03:59 PM
Just imagine the pace he'd be on if he actually cared.

Vodka Drunkenski
10-21-2014, 04:14 PM
Not sure if caring is the issue. He hauled ass last playoffs, proved to me that he cared.

Pete
10-21-2014, 05:19 PM
Of course he cares, it's October. By the time April comes, he's more worried about baseball, golf, vacation.

;)

CreaseCrusader91
10-21-2014, 07:10 PM
So now when Rick Nash has a sleepless night, it’s for the best reason possible: the presence in the household of his and his wife’s first-born, eight-day old McLaren Nash.

That’s different than the summer, when, as Nash first admitted on Monday, the five-game Stanley Cup final round against the Kings in which he did not score a goal weighed on him.

“I think I’d be lying if I said that it wasn’t in the back of my mind all summer,” No. 61 told The Post following the Rangers’ practice in advance of Tuesday’s match in New Jersey. “In a sense it was confusing because I thought that I was on top of my game in every aspect except scoring, but scoring is something that the team relies on me for and that I expect from myself, so …

“One goal. You never know how one goal could have affected the series,” Nash said, addressing the issue for the first time. “I didn’t really dwell on it over the summer; I don’t think you can, but of course there were times I had flashbacks.”

http://nypost.com/2014/10/20/nash-putting-goal-less-cup-flashbacks-behind-him/

Valriera
10-21-2014, 09:51 PM
It also has to be said that Nash's playoffs could have ended a scorer's career and filled him with doubt every time he picked up a stick. For all the disappointment around this guy during the playoffs it speaks volumes about his character to be on such a streak to start the year. And he absolutely cared in the playoffs, the guy just couldn't buy a goal.

Slobberknocker
10-22-2014, 09:43 AM
“I think I’d be lying if I said that it wasn’t in the back of my mind all summer,” No. 61 told The Post following the Rangers’ practice in advance of Tuesday’s match in New Jersey. “In a sense it was confusing because I thought that I was on top of my game in every aspect except scoring, but scoring is something that the team relies on me for and that I expect from myself, so …


this quote.

i'd like to believe here that Mr. Nash may have realized the commitment needed to get himself to that next level. He comes into camp top three in conditioning. Maturation level improves and he becomes a Dad.

It is showing on the scoresheet and last night's backhand goal was pure filth. So quick for a big man.

Vodka Drunkenski
10-22-2014, 09:47 AM
He's much quicker now, hoping he finally takes the next step consistently

phillyb™
10-22-2014, 10:34 AM
still on pace for a good 93 goals this year...

Pete
10-22-2014, 10:42 AM
Guy fell off. 164 to 93?

He sucks.

phillyb™
10-22-2014, 10:57 AM
Guy fell off. 164 to 93?

He sucks.

trade him!

Slobberknocker
10-22-2014, 01:50 PM
i'd happily take 40.

Slobberknocker
10-22-2014, 01:50 PM
and 10 in the playoffs :p

!br-avery!
10-22-2014, 02:41 PM
definitely nice to see this play from Nash
Just looks more confident all around

Ranger Lothbrok
10-22-2014, 04:08 PM
Crazy to think that we're only 7 games in and he's already 20% of the way there to 40 goals. On a normal pace, he should be reaching that point at about the 16 game mark.

G1000
10-22-2014, 10:45 PM
Currently has as many goals as the Buffalo Sabres.

CreaseCrusader91
10-23-2014, 10:15 AM
Does anyone think that Nash's hot start could be a potential byproduct of Derek Stepan's injury? I know he is faster, stronger and fitter this year, but could the lack of Stepan be helping him?

Just think about it; how many times when talking about Nash vs Gaborik have we described him as a player who has to do it himself. He is a guy who needs to puck in his hands, whereas Gaby would just need to get lost on the ice, get it on his stick and then release it. Without Stepan, Nash has seemed to have a higher sense of urgency, because he doesn't have a guy like Stepan who will have the puck as much, or will try to control play.

He basically knows that the centers he has been paired with are a bit raw, St. Louis excluded to a degree, and therefore I think he has felt more comfortable taking a selfish approach. This may be nothing, or it might be something. It was just a thought of mine, and maybe it speaks to the fact that maybe Nash could end up being a little better with a center who doesn't need to have the puck as much. If you think this should be broken out to a different thread for a larger discussion, feel free to do so.

Phil in Absentia
10-23-2014, 10:21 AM
Does anyone think that Nash's hot start could be a potential byproduct of Derek Stepan's injury? I know he is faster, stronger and fitter this year, but could the lack of Stepan be helping him?

Just think about it; how many times when talking about Nash vs Gaborik have we described him as a player who has to do it himself. He is a guy who needs to puck in his hands, whereas Gaby would just need to get lost on the ice, get it on his stick and then release it. Without Stepan, Nash has seemed to have a higher sense of urgency, because he doesn't have a guy like Stepan who will have the puck as much, or will try to control play.

He basically knows that the centers he has been paired with are a bit raw, St. Louis excluded to a degree, and therefore I think he has felt more comfortable taking a selfish approach. This may be nothing, or it might be something. It was just a thought of mine, and maybe it speaks to the fact that maybe Nash could end up being a little better with a center who doesn't need to have the puck as much. If you think this should be broken out to a different thread for a larger discussion, feel free to do so.

No, because Nash is doing a lot of this on his own. The biggest difference between this years' Nash and last years' Nash is his style of play. He's attacking the net again this season. He's driving hard to the slot, dropping his shoulder and using his weight to go right to the goal mouth — something he almost didn't do at all last season, admittedly because of the concussions he suffered. Like Missing Teeth said all season, he was playing scared, knowing his head was still rattled.

Who is centering him, IMO, is largely irrelevant. At least in the conversation of Stepan v. Brassard.

CreaseCrusader91
10-23-2014, 10:39 AM
Well, I meant is he more aggressive etc because he knows he has to do it himself.

Myusername
10-24-2014, 09:40 AM
The nice thing for Nash is he has nowhere to go but up after his playoff catastrophes

RichieNextel305
10-26-2014, 12:58 PM
No, because Nash is doing a lot of this on his own. The biggest difference between this years' Nash and last years' Nash is his style of play. He's attacking the net again this season. He's driving hard to the slot, dropping his shoulder and using his weight to go right to the goal mouth — something he almost didn't do at all last season, admittedly because of the concussions he suffered. Like Missing Teeth said all season, he was playing scared, knowing his head was still rattled.

Who is centering him, IMO, is largely irrelevant. At least in the conversation of Stepan v. Brassard.

I agree. Beside, in his first year here (2013), Nash was effective through the 48 game season. And wasn't Stepan his center for a vast majority of those games?

Vodka Drunkenski
10-26-2014, 09:29 PM
He reminded me a lot of Lindros his first season here before the concussion.

Bretzky
10-27-2014, 06:41 AM
He reminded me a lot of Lindros his first season here before the concussion.

Definitely similar bull-to-the-net drives.

However, Nash wishes he had Lindros's hands. Lindros passed like Gretzky, scored like Lemieux, and could bang you like Messier. If not for roided-out Scott Stevens, he might have broken some records.

MacTruck
11-27-2014, 05:34 PM
On pace for 59 goals at the moment. Who knows where this team would be right now without his performance. Is a 50 goal season within reach for the new Rick Nash?

Dunny
11-27-2014, 05:40 PM
50 could be in reach. He could be in line for the best year of his career when you include the fact that he's turned himself in to an above average if not excellent defensive presence.

momentum
11-28-2014, 06:09 AM
I don't think he'll get 50 although I think he COULD get 50, 50 isn't past his ability, but he would have to continue like he has without any kind of less productive period during the season which I think is hard to do, but I think he might get low 40's which I personally think is where Nash SHOULD BE if looking at his talent and goal scoring ability.
Nash should be a 40 goal scorer in this league.

lefty9
11-28-2014, 08:03 AM
I be happy with 40 goals

momentum
11-28-2014, 08:10 AM
I feel it doesn't really matter what number he ends up with as long as it is helping us reach the playoffs, that's our only goal right now, he's doing that now, he's a big part of it in fact. So that's great. But once there those numbers means nothing, they were only a means to reach the playoffs.
Once there only what he produces there in the playoffs to help us win games to reach the cup matters.

Ranger Lothbrok
11-28-2014, 12:48 PM
I feel it doesn't really matter what number he ends up with as long as it is helping us reach the playoffs, that's our only goal right now, he's doing that now, he's a big part of it in fact. So that's great. But once there those numbers means nothing, they were only a means to reach the playoffs.
Once there only what he produces there in the playoffs to help us win games to reach the cup matters.

Well there's also a ton of value in drawing home ice. We had home ice in Round 1 vs. the Flyers, which IMO ended up being the difference (doubt we beat them at Wells Fargo in Game 7), but having to be the away team every round after that hurt. I hope he continues to pile it on in the regular season, not just to help get us to the playoffs, but to help get us a high seed. In that sense, his regular season production really does have a bearing on the playoffs. But if he disappears again, those 40 or 50 goals (however many he gets) will be forgotten faster than lightning.

MacTruck
02-13-2015, 12:56 AM
Rick Nash!

1st in Goals

t-1st in Shorthanded Points (all goals)!

t-1st in Even Strength Points

4th in the NHL in Takeways

t-5th in the NHL in +/-

t-6th in the NHL in Points

6th in the NHL in Shots

Playing 200 feet on an impressively consistent basis

He's a frontrunner for the Richard, in the Selke conversation, and staring down the Hart.

Faiz
02-13-2015, 01:57 AM
Rick Nash!

1st in Goals

t-1st in Shorthanded Points (all goals)!

t-1st in Even Strength Points

4th in the NHL in Takeways

t-5th in the NHL in +/-

t-6th in the NHL in Points

6th in the NHL in Shots

Playing 200 feet on an impressively consistent basis

He's a frontrunner for the Richard, in the Selke conversation, and staring down the Hart.

Highest shooting % out of the top 10 goal scorers. Beating the rest of the top 3, Ovechkin and Seguin (12.4% and 12.9% respectively), by a lot at 17%.

Also Tied 4th for Game Winning goals.

Travis Bickle
02-13-2015, 02:40 AM
Outstanding.

phillyb™
02-13-2015, 09:32 AM
pace really fell off though...
:rofl:

Phil in Absentia
02-13-2015, 09:35 AM
He's technically pacing 53, one shy of Jágr's single-season record of 54 as a Ranger.

phillyb™
02-13-2015, 09:36 AM
He's technically pacing 53, one shy of Jágr's single-season record of 54 as a Ranger.

doesn't hold a candle to 164 though...
hayes' goal last night was awesome.
but nasher's goal last night was also - just wow...

Future
02-13-2015, 10:31 AM
He's technically pacing 53, one shy of Jágr's single-season record of 54 as a Ranger.
He's doing it in a much better way than Jagr too.

Jagr was a killer that year on the PP, but never really gave anything on the defensive end. Nash's complete game this year is MVP caliber.

momentum
02-13-2015, 01:28 PM
There is only one god and Nash is his prophet


https://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=3kbqrLyv1ng

phillyb™
02-13-2015, 01:34 PM
what a great guy!

Future
02-13-2015, 01:44 PM
that kid's going to get so many likes on Instagram

phillyb™
02-13-2015, 02:34 PM
his nordiques hat is amazing.

Travis Bickle
02-13-2015, 06:31 PM
Excellent.

phillyb™
03-15-2015, 08:33 PM
totes fallen off of the 164 pace.

Phil in Absentia
03-15-2015, 08:41 PM
He's actually pacing 47 right now.

Vodka Drunkenski
03-15-2015, 09:01 PM
42 and I get a lifetime non banning agreement!