Gord Nash

Gord "Gee" Nash (born January 17, 1978 in Ajax, Ontario) is a retired professional lacrosse goaltender, who last played with the Toronto Rock of the National Lacrosse League. Nash played four seasons with the New York Saints before they disbanded after the 2003 NLL season. He was subsequently signed by the Colorado Mammoth, where he played six seasons before retiring in 2009. Nash was named NLL Goaltender of the Year in 2004.[1]

Gord Nash
Born (1978-01-17) January 17, 1978 (age 42)
Ajax, Ontario
NationalityCanada
Height6 ft 0 in (1.83 m)
Weight195 pounds (88 kg)
ShootsLeft
PositionGoaltender
NLL draft2nd overall, 1999
New York Saints
NLL team
Former teams
Toronto Rock
Colorado Mammoth
New York Saints
Pro career2000–2009
NicknameGee

StatisticsEdit

NLLEdit

Reference:[2]

Gord Nash Regular Season Playoffs
Season Team GP Min W L GA GAA Sv Sv % GP Min W L GA GAA Sv Sv %

2000 New York Saints 8 305:14 1 4 80 15.73 210 0.724
2001 New York Saints 14 807:16 6 6 168 12.49 571 0.773
2002 New York Saints 16 800:11 5 8 190 14.25 512 0.729
2003 New York Saints 16 823:34 3 10 202 14.72 597 0.747
2004 Colorado Mammoth 16 803:13 11 3 143 10.68 539 0.790 1 74:07 0 1 13 10.52 31 0.705
2005 Colorado Mammoth 16 940:41 8 8 175 11.16 601 0.774 1 60:00 0 1 16 16.00 37 0.698
2006 Colorado Mammoth 15 670:51 6 3 115 10.29 425 0.787 3 156:26 2 0 33 12.66 108 0.766
2007 Colorado Mammoth 16 681:29 9 0 128 11.27 452 0.779 1 29:41 0 0 9 18.19 18 0.667
2008 Colorado Mammoth 16 640:24 7 4 112 10.49 366 0.766 1 59:58 0 1 14 14.01 37 0.725
2009 Colorado Mammoth 3 106:44 1 1 24 13.49 55 0.696
2011 Toronto Rock 2 0:00 0 0 0 0.00 0 0.000
138 6,579:37 57 47 1,337 12.19 4,328 0.764 7 380:12 2 3 85 13.41 231 0.731
Career Total: 145 6,959:49 59 50 1,422 12.26 4,559 0.762

GP–Games played;Min–Minutes played;W–Wins;L–Losses;GA–Goals against;GAAGoals against average;Sv–Number of saves;Sv %Save percentage;

AwardsEdit

Preceded by
Pat O'Toole
NLL Goaltender of the Year
2004
Succeeded by
Steve Dietrich

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ Mammoth signs Nash and Carlson
  2. ^ "National Lacrosse League Pointstreak Stats". NLL.com. Retrieved January 11, 2017.