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Stanley Cup Final
Rick Nash

Rick Nash  #61

New York Rangers  Left Wing
NUMBER: 61 BIRTHDATE: June 16, 1984  (AGE 29)
HEIGHT: 6' 4" BIRTHPLACE: Brampton, ON, Canada
WEIGHT: 213 DRAFTED: CBJ / 2002 NHL Entry Draft
Shoots: Left ROUND: 1st   (1st overall)
NHL Foundation Player Award 2008-2009
Maurice Richard Trophy 2003-2004

Last Game: Tallied two assists, posted a plus-two rating, and tied for the game-high with five shots on goal in 17:08 of ice time on Tuesday at PHI

Playoff Career vs. PHI: 4 GP, 0-4-4

- Leads the team and ranks second in the NHL in playoff shots on goal (18)

- Leads the team in playoff assists (four) and is tied for second in playoff points (four)

- Has recorded eight points (one goal, seven assists) in his last nine playoff games

- Tied a franchise-record with nine GWG in one season

- Is the only player in the NHL with an active streak of 10 straight 20-goal seasons

- Tied for third in the NHL in GWG, 10th in SHP (four), and ranked 14th in shots on goal (258)

- Led the team in goals (26) and GWG, and ranked second in shots on goal

- Was credited with the GWG in four straight games in which he scored from Jan. 10–19, the first Ranger to do so since Tom Poti in 2003-04

Milestones Achieved: 600th career NHL point (12/10 vs. NSH)

2013-14 Regular Season Missed Game Information: 17 (INJ)

OHL All-Rookie Team (2001) OHL Rookie of the Year (2001) CHL All-Rookie Team (2001) NHL All-Rookie Team (2003) Maurice "Rocket" Richard Trophy (2004) (tied with Jarome Iginla and Ilya Kovalchuk) NHL Foundation Player Award (2009) Played in NHL All-Star Game (2004, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2011) Signed as a free agent by Davos (Swiss), August 3, 2004. Traded to NY Rangers by Columbus with Steven Delisle and Columbus' 3rd round choice (Pavel Buchnevich) in 2013 Entry Draft for Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, Tim Erixon and NY Rangers' 1st round choice (Kerby Rychel) in 2013 Entry Draft, July 23, 2012. Signed as a free agent by Davos (Swiss), September 18, 2012.

I didn't think it would actually work, but it ended up working, so I'm thanking my lucky stars tonight.

— Columbus forward Nick Foligno on scoring the overtime goal after telling the Blue Jackets in the locker room that he would win the game