Originally written on NY Rangers Blog  |  Last updated 10/31/14
In Rick Nash's first playoff game as a Rangers and just the fifth of his career he fired 16 shots with eight of them making their way on goal, but, unfortunately for the player the Blueshirts signed to provide the offense they were lacking in last year's postseason, none of them found the back of the net. Nash has just one playoff goal in his career. Here's Nash on his performance (via Puck Daddy)... “I put pressure on myself every single night, and in the playoffs that ups even more. [I] gotta get the job done. Had a lot of chances tonight. Just couldn’t beat’em. Gotta be better.” Nash had just one shot on goal in 4:46 of power play ice time which included almost a minute of 5-on-3 action. ...while Nash was noticeable the entire night and 16 shots taken is nothing to sneeze at, he was brought in to help the Rangers win a Stanley Cup by scoring goals in the playoffs and if he's not doing that he's not getting the job done. ...having said that, I liked that Nash w...
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