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Rick Nash Rangers Jersey

One of the NHL's most dominant power forwards, Rick Nash has spent his entire NHL career plying his trade in the small hockey market of Columbus, Ohio. Though he rarely (if ever) had the opportunity to play with high caliber players during his tenure with the Blue Jackets, Nash managed to put up very respectable numbers in the nine seasons he spent there.

In just his second campaign with the team Nash lit the lamp 41 times, earning him a share of the Rocket Richard Trophy as the NHL's leading goal scorer. In his nine NHL seasons he has scored 30 or more goals on seven separate occasions. To date he is the Blue Jackets' all time leader in all major offensive categories (goals, assists and points) and spent several seasons as the team's captain.

In July of 2012 Nash was dealt to the New York Rangers in a blockbuster deal that saw Brandon Dubinsky and Artem Anisimov as the primaries coming the other way. The prevailing wisdom was that The Rangers won the deal by a landslide, and considering that the team who gets the best player most often wins the trade it is hard to argue with that logic. Nash is far and away the best player in this deal.

So how will Rick Nash fare in a New York Rangers jersey? Time will tell, but one has to think he will thrive in the Big Apple. Nash has been outstanding in international competition when he's had the opportunity to play with players with a comparable talent level to his own. In New York he'll have superstars like Brad Richards and Marian Gaborik to complement him - a luxury he never had in Columbus. With a sweet set of mitts, and a net drive as good as anyone's in the NHL you can bet Nash will pile up the points both at even strength and on the powerplay. He should also finally get a chance to make a deep playoff run, something he must certainly relish the chance to do after years of early golf seasons in Columbus.