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After starting on the second line with Patrick Sharp and Jonathan Toews, Nash found himself on the fourth line with John Tavares and Sharp by the third game of the tournament.
And despite playing well in the third period against Finland, Nash only played seven minutes in the overtime victory.
Other than having a goal waved off against Finland, Nash has not done much. He's been used less and less. After playing over 12 minutes in the first game, Nash played just seven in the third game
Nash has been a bit of a disappointment. Remember, Nash was coming into the tournament hot, with 11 goals in the month of January.
And Nash was selected because of his fine international play. Headed into this tournament, Nash had 53 points in 54 international games.
It's only three games, so Nash has the chance to breakout, especially as Canada likely shifts its lines. It wouldn't be entirely surprising to see Mike Babcock try Nash with Sidney Crosby.
But he does need to step up his game, because right now, Nash is not doing much to help Team Canada. Because of that, we'll give him a grade of D+.