Super poetic Rick Nash photoMonday's Rick Nash trade is a big moment for everyone involved. In one fell swoop, Scott Howson and Cheap Air Jordan the Columbus Blue Jackets lost their franchise player while completely revamping their team, Glen Sather and the New York Rangers gained the power winger Cheap Jordan Shoes they've coveted for so long, the universe punished Tim Erixon for refusing to play in Calgary, and Rick Nash began preparing to don a new jersey for the first time air jordan shoes in his NHL career.
On that last point: Nash's team change comes after a decade in the NHL. He may have asked for it, but still, that's a pretty huge change, and you have to wonder what it feels like.
According cheap jordan shoes to Nash, it's weird. From Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch:
"It's a weird kind of feeling, because all I've ever known is to be a Blue Jacket," Nash told The Dispatch tonight. "I've always said there will be a soft spot in my heart for them, but this is an exciting opportunity as well."
Regarding that soft spot, Columbus, Nash hopes 2012 Jordans you feel the same way. When a player is traded, especially after he asks to be traded, a little bit of revision tends to occur, and suddenly his accomplishments and abilities are downplayed in his old hometown. The fact that he was never able to give the city a playoff win will make that process easier, as will the months fans have had to ponder his worth while they waited for the trade.
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But Nash hopes to be remembered fondly as a hockey player and a person among the Blue Jackets' faithful, despite the unceremonious ending.