Found May 25, 2013 on Ranger Nation:
Eleven games, one goal and five points. That’s it. That’s what the Rangers investment in Rick Nash has yielded them this postseason. Hardly seems worth it when you consider they gave up two solid role players, Brandon Dubinsky and Artem Anisimov, a prospect and a first-round draft pick. That doesn’t even include the prorated portion [...]
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