Found March 08, 2013 on NY Rangers Blog:
PLAYERS: Rick Nash
TEAMS: New York Rangers
Being New York sports fans we're very familiar with the "Mr. October" and "Mr. November" nicknames, but if Rick Nash continues his late game heroics we're going to have to add "Mr. Third Period" to the list as all eight of his goals this season have come in the final frame. Including last night's game tying goal on Long Island... Watch at NHL.com. Here's Torts of Nash's clutch late game scoring... "The great part about Nash right now is that the third period is his best period. That's a good sign for conditioning. He's been a huge part of our club. And as advertised, he's been a game breaker for us. And hopefully it'll continue." ...Nash has showcased his one-on-one ability all season, but it was encouraging to see him go to the front of the net without the puck and score a dirty goal. Can't always be Showtime out there, so it's nice to know his game is multi-faceted. ...man...
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