Rick Nash has 13 points in his last 13 playoff games, including the game winner in Game 3, and Larry Brooks writes that the narrative about Nash in the playoffs is a thing of the past. (NY Post)
A smiling Nash told Brooks "let's keep it that way." (NY Post)
Nash said that he looks at each year in the playoffs as a clean slate and said that his focus is on helping the team win, which means "scoring goals." (NY Post)
Henrik Lundqvist said that Nash is a player who the rest of the team can feed off it and said "I know how important he is to this team and how much he wants to win. (NY Post)
Dan Girardi said that Nash was "a real leader" for the Rangers on Tuesday and he went to the tough areas, brought pucks to the net and made plays. (MSG)
Nash said that he spent the game trying to go to the net to cause some "chaos" and that on his goal Ryan McDonagh made a great play.
McDonagh said that his focus was just on getting the puck to the net and that Nash "made a good read jumping behind him and a pretty good finish as well." (Rangers Game Notes)
Derek Stepan said that Nash is playing "phenomenal" right now for the Rangers. (NBCSN)
Adam Rotter: At a time where the Rangers scored and won this season as a deep group of forwards and with big seasons from younger players like JT Miller, Kevin Hayes and Chris Kreider, along with the future in Jimmy Vesey and Pavel Buchnevich, it's still Rick Nash who is leading the way. Nash has been all over the ice in this series and seems long since passed whatever playoff issues he had earlier in his time with the Rangers. He seems ready, willing and able to do whatever he can to help the Rangers win and as a veteran and someone with a letter on his jersey, he is setting an example that hopefully those younger players can follow, either now or during future playoff runs. Nash is an extremely important part of this team on and off the ice and he is again showing his value during this series.