Rick Nash and the 20 Most Unhappy Players in the NHL

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Rick Nash and the 20 Most Unhappy Players in the NHL
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If you've checked any hockey source within the last week, it seems Rick Nash has a new "likely" destination every day.

His Dwight Howard-esque trade talk is a cancer that is affecting every team. Aside from the fact that the NHL is full of classy players (...and Bertuzzi) and Nash is the only one not talking about himself, the Dwight Howard style of trade talk simply promotes himself to only the good teams with good players—and it, like Nash, changes every day.

However, the NHL is not a league filled with ego-centric athletes who blabber about which Kardashian they're meeting—or marrying. The game is meant to be played purely with passion and teamwork—something Rick has done his entire career in Ohio.

The former first overall pick was swept in his four career postseason games after an incredible nine seasons with Columbus, likely leaving one unhappy.

Let's hope Nash gets traded soon, as there's no telling what his game can become with a talented squad on his side. 

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