Sizing up Blue Jackets Metro foes: New York Rangers
defenseman Ryan McDonagh (possibly their next captain), defenseman Dan Girardi, center Derick Brassard and left wing Rick Nash all signed to long-term deals. This is also a "show me" contract year for players such as defenseman Marc Staal
Blue Jackets downed by Rangers
Matt Calvert comments on Henrik Lundqvist, Rick Nash's fight with his former team and more after the loss.
10 things to watch in Stanley Cup finals
former Blue Jackets player in the series. Columbus traded Jeff Carter to the Kings two years ago. The Blue Jackets sent Rick Nash to New York in the summer of 2012. And they dealt Derick Brassard and John Moore to the Rangers last year. QUICK TURNAROUND
Stanley Cup Final tale of the tape: Who has the edge?
he posted numbers of 2.07 and .915. Edge: , as Lundqvist is playing better in the postseason. Forwards Rangers: Rick Nash , who was paid $7.8 million this past season and expected to be perhaps the Rangers' top goal-scorer, has three
Which coast will claim the Cup when Kings battle Rangers?
the Rangers with 13 points, but will New York be able to score enough to keep up with the Kings? It's time for wing Rick Nash to earn that big paycheck, but don't forget about 23-year-old forward Chris Kreider (10 points in 10 games
Crown them: Gutsy LA Kings win Stanley Cup again
in overtime, from shots off posts by Ryan McDonagh and Toffoli to Kreider's failed breakaway late in the first OT. Rick Nash had an open net in the second OT, but Slava Voynov deflected the shot just high with the shaft of his stick. Henrik
Sutter: 'We're a team that's going to respond'
through we knew we were considered. Just took a little bit longer. There I think back to play that Drew Doughty made. Rick Nash any of that. Open net in the presence of mind to to take that penalty what would you think of that and and just drewbit longer. There I think back to play that Drew Doughty made. Rick Nash any of that. Open net in the presence of mind to to take that penalty -- what would you think of that
Rangers look for series split with Kings in Game 2
ends after a series opener featuring wild scoring chances both directions. TIME TO GET NASHTY?: The Rangers insist Rick Nash is playing splendidly in the postseason, yet the seven-time 30-goal scorer has just three goals in New York's 21
Blue Jackets' Dubinsky signs 6-year extension worth reported $35.1 million
21 season. The 28-year-old Dubinsky, acquired two years ago in the blockbuster deal with the New York Rangers for Rick Nash , has scored 18 goals with 52 assists with a +7 plus/minus rating in 105 games the past two seasons. He was at his
NHL Takeaways: Kings' wild Cup run straight out of Hollywood
Cup. The Rangers forward depth held up surprisingly well, but the lack of top-end skill outside Martin St. Louis ( Rick Nash didn't produce) was a deficiency they could not overcome. It's hard to say whether this Rangers run, which included