See also: Nash
The right winger was fished out by Blue Jackets at the time of the Repêchage of entry in the LNH 2002, with the first position on the whole.
In 2003, it was elected within the star team of the recruits of the LNH. At the time of the season 2003-2004, Nash registered a total of 41 goals, which enabled him to gain the Trophée Maurice Richard, jointly with Jarome Iginla and Ilya Kovalchuk. He also became the first player of less than 20 years since Wayne Gretzky to be marked more than 40 goals in one season. In addition, it became champion of Switzerland (LNA) with HC Davos at the time of the '' lockout '' 2004-05; it thus gained the Coupe Spengler and was also best the pointer of the LNA.
The problems of knee and of ankle put Rick Nash at the variation during a good part of first half of the season of 2005-06. Little time after its return to the play, it was selected to play with Canada team for the Winter Olympics of 2006. It was selected twice to take part in the Match of Stars of the National league of hockey. It was twice the only one representing Blue Jackets de Columbus.
Honors; Ontario Hockey League
- Team-star of the recruits of the OHL (with the Knights de London) - Trophy of the Family Emms - 2000-01
- Recruit of the year - 2001
- Team-star of the recruits of the LCH - 2001
- Team-star of the recruits of the LNH (with the Blue Jackets de Columbus) - 2002-03
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