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One of the biggest story-lines going into this year's NHL draft is whether or not Rick Nash will get traded.
We learned at the trade deadline that the Blue Jackets aren't willing to cut ties with him just because he wants out, there's a price for him.
The Vancouver Sun lists what that price for Nash might look like:
The Blue Jackets want a big return, including a premium young prospect, a first-round draft pick and a couple of players who can play immediately. A premium young goalie prospect would be a plus, but the lack of one doesn’t seem to be a deal-killer.
Nash has some power in this process since his contract is one that allows him to choose his destination.
The Rangers' name keeps popping up as a team that would be in a good position to grab Nash, but maybe we'd see an unknown team jump into the mix come draft day.
Some serious talks may begin on draft day, but this deal is far too complicated to happen during the draft.