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If what RDS’ Renaud Lavoie says is true, there’s a greater chance that Ottawa will see Pluto Nash in a Senators jersey than the Blue Jackets’ Rick Nash. Sens had discussions about Rick Nash. Seems like that trade won't happen, Bryan Murray told me. — Renaud P Lavoie (@RenLavoieRDS) June 19, 2012 Thank ****. As a trade scenario that can be viewed as a stretch, we can finally put the Nash rumours to bed and stop scoffing at the alleged names that were tied to these trade negotiations – names that were probably leaked, much like San Jose’s Logan Couture, to help drive up the price for a team that actually has sincere interest in giving up the plethora of young pieces that it would take to acquire Nash or one that he’ll likely waive his NMC to go to. At least now, we can quit fretting about pencilling in Nash’s abhorrent six year/ $7.8 million per annum contract into the team’s long-term plans and eventually, the league’s new CBA. Yesterday, many of you raised the argument...
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