Rick Nash doesn't only score goals, even if nine of his now 12 points of the season are via the goal. On Monday night, Nash recorded a rare assist, giving the Rangers the lead in the third period after finding Martin St. Louis for his second of the night. After St. Louis sent the puck cross-ice to Nash to begin the rush, the Rangers winger made his way through the zone, crashed the net, and put his stick in a position for Nash to find to give the Rangers a lead late in the third.
Really can't highlight how special this play is by Nash. He first pulls it wide to give himself a better angle to make a play. Then, he floats the puck perfectly over both defender's and Brian Elliott's stick, and lays a flat pass to St. Louis for the deflection. Nash again continues to dominate and influence the game in a number of ways. Also, a big night for St. Louis with two goals, his first multi-goal game as a Ranger.