Rick Nash Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Rick Nash jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica, and third jerseys available. Columbus Blue Jackets and Team Canada. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with kids and women's styles in stock.

RICK NASH on rangers COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS 3RD third Alternate JERSEY new SMALL

RICK NASH on rangers COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS 3RD third Alternate JERSEY new SMALL
$143.00

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy Size L

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy Size L
$30.00

vtg RICK NASH Columbus Blue Jackets CCM Jersey LARGE 2004 deadstock nhl Men L

vtg RICK NASH Columbus Blue Jackets CCM Jersey LARGE 2004 deadstock nhl Men L
$68.75

Mens New York Rangers Rick Nash 85th Anniversary Reebok Heritage Jersey XL NWT

Mens New York Rangers Rick Nash 85th Anniversary Reebok Heritage Jersey XL NWT
$69.99

Rick Fox Canada Champion Jersey fiba lakers celtics nash wiggins olympic raptors

Rick Fox Canada Champion Jersey fiba lakers celtics nash wiggins olympic raptors
$180.00

NHL New York Rangers Youth Size Rick Nash Reebok official Jersey New With Tags

NHL New York Rangers Youth Size Rick Nash Reebok official Jersey New With Tags
$34.99

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Colombus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy sz M

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Colombus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy sz M
$39.99

61 Rick NASH Columbus BLUE JACKETS KOHO Jersey Size Mens XL EMBROIDERED

61 Rick NASH Columbus BLUE JACKETS KOHO Jersey Size Mens XL EMBROIDERED
$79.99

Reebok Rick Nash New York Rangers Toddler Replica Player Jersey Blue NHL

Reebok Rick Nash New York Rangers Toddler Replica Player Jersey Blue NHL
$35.99

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Colombus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy sz Large

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Colombus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy sz Large
$49.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey New York Rangers Rick Nash Blue sz L

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey New York Rangers Rick Nash Blue sz L
$89.99

Rick Nash Team Canada Jersey From 2010 XL

Rick Nash Team Canada Jersey From 2010 XL
$135.99

Reebok Edge 20 Authentic Rick Nash All Star Jersey Blue Jackets Rangers sz 60

Reebok Edge 20 Authentic Rick Nash All Star Jersey Blue Jackets Rangers sz 60
$178.68

11 Rick Nash Koho Columbus Blue Jackets Hand Autographed Hockey Jersey

11 Rick Nash Koho Columbus Blue Jackets Hand Autographed Hockey Jersey
$1,000.00

NY RANGERS RICK NASH 61 HERITAGE JERSEY REEBOK ALTERNATE SIZE XL MSG

NY RANGERS RICK NASH 61 HERITAGE JERSEY REEBOK ALTERNATE SIZE XL MSG
$185.99

Rick Nash Jersey Koho Canadian XL Blue

Rick Nash Jersey Koho Canadian XL Blue
$99.00



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More About Rick Nash Jerseys

This hulking right winger was selected first overall by the Columbus Blue Jackets in the 2002 NHL Entry Draft after enjoying two stellar years with the London Knights of the OHL. Columbus was so enamored of Nash that they swung a deal with the Florida Panthers to ensure they got their man.

Nash wouldn't waste any time making an impact in the NHL. He made the club in his first training camp, and then scored a goal in his first NHL game, becoming the first #1 overall pick to do so since Mario Lemieux of the Pittsburgh Penguins did it way back in 1984. He finished that first season with 17 goals, and was a runner-up to rugged St. Louis Blues defenseman Barret Jackman in Calder Trophy voting.

Though his rookie season was far from a bust, Nash would really come into his own in 2003-04. That year Nash exploded for 41 goals, tying him with Jarome Iginla of the Calgary Flames and Ilya Kovalchuk of the Atlanta Thrashers for the league lead, and making him a co-winner of the Rocket Richard Trophy. With the feat Nash became the youngest player in NHL history ever to lead the league in goals.

Nash Stars for HC Davos

In what would have been his third NHL season, Nash was forced to sit out (along with all his fellow NHL players) due to the NHL lockout of 2004-05. With no NHL hockey to play, Nash made his way to Europe where he starred with HC Davos of the Swiss Elite League. He and the Boston Bruins Joe Thornton would help lead Davos to the league championship that year, as well as to a Spengler Cup victory.

Prior to the 2005-06 season the Blue Jackets decided they'd better lock up their star, signing him to a 5 year, $27 million deal. Though he missed 28 games with injuries, Nash still produced at a good clip, potting 54 points in 54 games on a Columbus team without much offense.

2007-08 - A Breakout Year

Nash continued to improve, and though his point production paled in comparison to some of the league's other stars he was routinely found on the highlight reel, scoring spectacular goals with two or three opposing players draped all over him. In a January 17th game against the Phoenix Coyotes Nash took a bad penalty late in the game with his team leading by one goal. The Coyotes took advantage of the powerplay and tied it up. Determined to make amends for his penalty, Nash scored one of the greatest goals in recent memory to restore the lead and give his team the win. See the video below:

That was just one of the highlights of Nash's season. That same year he scored the fastest goal in All Star Game history, potting one just twelve seconds into action. He went on to score a hat trick that night.

Following the departure of Adam Foote via trade the Blue Jackets named Nash as their captain. He would finish the year with 38 goals and a career high 69 points. To top things off, following the season Nash was named the cover athlete of the sports video game NHL 2K9.

2008-09 was even better. Nash once again reached the 40 goal plateau, and finished the year with a career best 78 points. His play, along with that of rookie netminder Steve Mason, earn the Jackets their first ever playoff berth. The 7th seed they found themselves matched up with the defending Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings in the first round. Pavel Datsyuk, Henrik Zetterberg, Nicklas Lidstrom and crew were too much for the inexperienced Jackets, sweeping them in four games.

Despite the early exit the Blue Jackets richly rewarded their captain in the off-season, signing him to an 8 year, 62.4 million dollar contract extension.

Rick Nash Stars for Team Canada

Rick Nash has always been there to answer the bell whenever his country has asked him. Many hockey fans have seen Nash in a Team Canada jersey more frequently than in a Columbus Blue Jackets jersey.

His first taste at the international stage was at the World Junior Championships in 2002 where Nash would help his team capture the silver medal that year. Three times he has starred for Canada at the World Championships. In 2005 he led the tourney in goals on his way to a silver medal. In 2007 Nash and crew would go all the way, taking home the gold. Nash was named to the tournament All Star team and was voted MVP. And in 2008 Nash racked up 13 points, and was again named to the All Star team as a talented Russian squad led by Ilya Kovalchuk defeated them by the narrowest of margins to capture the gold medal.

Undoubtedly the highlight of Nash's international career to date was the gold medal win at the 2010 Winter Olympics in Vancouver. Though he had played for the Canadian Olympic Team in the 2006 Olympics in Turin, that team hadn't fared very well, failing to earn a medal and returning home in shame. However, 2010 was a very different story. Nash played a key role, starring on a dominant line with Mike Richards and Jonathan Toews. The trio were on the ice to open the scoring against the Americans in the gold medal game, a crucial goal that would allow Sidney Crosby the opportunity to play hero later on with his dramatic OT winner against Ryan Miller.