A TEEN ANGEL SCORES FOR COLUMBUS-AND LIGHTS UP THE NHL
If LeBron James wants to know what it would have been like to play in an All-Star Game as a teenager, all he has to do is ask Ohio's other teenage phenomenon. Rick Nash may not have The King's star power, but the Columbus Blue Jackets left wing did take the ice for the Western All-Stars in St. Paul, becoming the first teenager to play in an NHL All-Star Game since Owen Nolan and Jaromir Jagr played as 19-year-olds in 1992.
Numerically speaking, the 6'4", 19-year-old No. 61 is one very interesting ...
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