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Vanek's propensity for defensive miscues and mistakes with the puck, and his sometimes frustrating inconsistencies, have given Tortorella and others grey hairs.
"I think he really is thriving and is excited about the role he has, that he was and we were in a playoff hunt and now he's in the playoffs," Tortorella said.
Based on his play down the stretch and in Game 1 against Washington, he looks poised for some playoff redemption.
"A very consistent scorer throughout his year and has a lot to prove and wants to win the Stanley Cup," Columbus general manager Jarmo Kekalainen said Friday. He wants to prove people wrong, if they think that he can't do it in the playoffs.
In 2010, CSN began cutting an album of covers with Rick Rubin, but the project, which might have rejuvenated their recording career, fell apart.
"We used to be on the same page, but not anymore." As much as the book dished on other members of the group (the quartet will turn 50 in 2019), it mostly gave Nash a fresh perspective on himself.
He pauses to snap photos of a poster-splattered wall and reveals a recent tattoo on his right forearm: interconnecting black lines in the shape of a vegvisir, the Icelandic symbol for a compass. I was coasting through an unsatisfactory relationship, and Amy set me on fire." Nash delves into his new love – and the end of his previous one – on his recent solo album, This Path Tonight.
"You look at it and say, ' Which way is north? "It's a metaphor for life." PHOTOS: See Graham Nash's Rock and Roll Hall of Fame Museum Treasures Handwritten lyrics, a Joni Mitchell painting, the jeans Nash wore at Woodstock and other memorabilia from singer-songwriter's "Touching the Flame" exhibit For decades, Nash was one of the hardest-working family men in rock, living in Hawaii with his wife of 38 years, Susan Sennett, and dividing his time among touring, running a digital-print business and overseeing an array of projects for Crosby, Stills, Nash and Young. In the past year, he got divorced and moved across the country to New York – "I traded one jungle for another," he says – to be with his girlfriend, filmmaker and photographer Amy Grantham, who, at 37, is exactly half his age. "I was going through all this emotional chaos in my life and I was writing and writing," he says.
"It's very interesting how people react," Nash says. The transformation came after the publication of his 2013 memoir, Wild Tales, which chronicled his early romance with Joni Mitchell and the most turbulent years of CSNY – among other things, the book recounts David Crosby's descent into drug addiction, down to a painful description of his swollen legs.
By then, Nash had grown weary of fighting to keep the group together.