Found February 12, 2013 on NESN.com:
This is what the Rangers had in mind when they acquired Rick Nash in the offseason. The All-Star forward weaved his way through three Bruins defenders, setting up a wide-open net for teammate Carl Hagelin to deposit the first goal of Tuesday night’s game. Check out Nash’s nifty moves in the video above.
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