Found June 18, 2012 on The 6th Sens:
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Oh my god, you guys... you'll never believe what has been said... Ottawa apparently... (fanning my face with my hands)... Ottawa has... (bites lip)... called the Blue Jackets organization to inquire on Rick Nash. Speaking on the Blue Jackets Sunday Morning Skate on WBNS Columbus 97.1 The Fan, Jeff Rimer, the Blue Jackets' play-by-play broadcaster for Fox Sports Ohio, indicated that the Senators had expressed interest in Nash. “Interesting enough that there’s a new suitor that will join the ranks of those interested in Nash; I was told this week by a NHL source that the Ottawa Senators have expressed some interest in acquiring Nash and they can join Toronto, the aforementioned New York Rangers, Philadelphia, San Jose, Boston and the Carolina Hurricanes.” The blurb on the Senators occurs at the 21:20 mark of the program. You can download the mp3 of the show here or you can stream it below. Suffice it to say, learning that Bryan Murray has kicked the tires on ...
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