Rick Nash is bound for Broadway.
After spending his entire NHL career with the Columbus Blue Jackets, the most successful player in franchise history was traded to the New York Rangers on Monday for three players and a first-round draft pick. Nash heads for the Big Apple holding most of the Jackets' franchise scoring records, but with only one playoff appearance to show for it.
Here's a numerical look at Nash's career as he prepares for the next chapter:
0 -- Playoff games won by the Blue Jackets during Nash's time in Columbus. The Jackets were swept by Detroit in 2009, the only time the franchise has made the postseason.
1 -- Major awards earned by Nash. He scored 41 goals in 2003-04, his second NHL season, to earn a share of the Rocket Richard Trophy, given each season to the player with the most goals. Nash is the youngest player to win the award.