Rick Nash

Rick Nash

Best Landing Spots for Kessel, Sharp and Most Dangerous Snipers on the Market

Posted 06/23/2015 - 09:29 by HockeyPolls

Lord Stanley's Cup may have just been raised, but trade rumors are already rumbling around the league. Top-tier goal scorers are tough to find, and teams will pay a heavy price for targeting them this offseason.

Which wingers are on the move this offseason? What teams are the ideal fit for these scorers?

Rangers' Rick Nash Must Start Producing Like a Superstar Soon in 2015 Playoffs

Posted 05/19/2015 - 11:21 by HockeyPolls

"He's getting smaller as the playoffs are going along."

Just how every professional athlete wants to be talked about on national television following a loss, right? This, however, was the assessment of New York Rangers forward Rick Nash by NBC hockey analyst Keith Jones following Game 2 of the Eastern Conference Final Monday night, a 6-2 victory for the Tampa Bay Lightning that evened the best-of-seven series at 1-1.

Rick Nash Doing More to Lead New York Rangers Than Stat Sheet Shows

Posted 05/02/2015 - 16:19 by HockeyPolls

NEW YORK — Barry Trotz said he didn’t notice Rick Nash on Saturday afternoon.

It wasn’t a salvo fired against the overly scrutinized star of the New York Rangers; he was simply stating that his focus was on his Washington Capitals during Game 2 of this second-round series, which the Rangers won 3-2 at Madison Square Garden to even the series at 1-1. 

What's Keeping the New York Rangers from the Stanley Cup?

It's been a memorable season for the New York Rangers, to say the least.

After all, capturing the President's Trophy as the best regular-season hockey team is no small feat. The Rangers themselves will tell you that, as it's only the third time in team history they've claimed such an honor. In doing so, they also managed to set the franchise record for points during the regular season with 113.

Rick Nash Injury: Updates on Rangers Star's Neck and Return

Posted 02/24/2015 - 18:54 by HockeyPolls

New York Rangers star Rick Nash is currently dealing with neck spasms and is out for Tuesday night's game against the Calgary Flames, according to the team

Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News has more on the injury:

NHL Playoffs Race: Why the New York Rangers Are Peaking at the Right Time

Posted 02/20/2015 - 18:21 by HockeyPolls

New York Rangers left wing Rick Nash seemed to be all but absent during his showing in the Stanley Cup Playoffs last season. He scored three goals in 25 games, and the Rangers struggled offensively in the defeat to the Stanley Cup-champion Los Angeles Kings.

Breaking Down the Recent Upswing of New York Rangers' Rick Nash

Posted 03/28/2014 - 16:34 by HockeyPolls

There is something different about the New York Rangers' top power forward these days, and his recent upswing has been a welcome sight for the franchise. Rick Nash is a player that has the gift of speed, skill and size, but one of the biggest knocks on his game has been his unwillingness to use the latter.

2013-14 Grades for New York Rangers Stars Ahead of the Olympic Break

The New York Rangers are 31-23-3, good for second in the Metropolitan Division and firmly in the playoffs. 

They are on a roll right now, and they are getting big performances from some key players.

Now that the Olympic break is almost upon us, it's time to look at the performance of the Rangers' stars during the 2013-14 season.

Get your pencils out, it's grading time. Read on to find out what grade the Rangers' stars get. 

New York Rangers' 5 Biggest Questions Ahead of the Olympic Break

Posted 02/02/2014 - 22:39 by HockeyPolls

The Olympic break is almost upon us, and the New York Rangers have a number of questions that need to be answered.

The Rangers are winners of nine of their last 12 and have climbed up the Eastern Conference standings. But that doesn't mean they don't have a number of things lingering over their heads.

What are the Rangers' five biggest questions heading into the Olympic break?

Read on to find out. 

The Biggest Concern for Each New York Ranger Headed to Sochi

The New York Rangers have seven players headed to Sochi. It's a testament to how much talent is on the roster.

But there's also cause for concern. Every time one of the seven steps on the ice, there's an increased chance for injury and exhaustion.

Each of the seven players faces these concerns. Some face them more than others.

What are the biggest concerns facing each Ranger headed to Sochi? Read on to find out. 

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