Every team needs a captain. But for an organization to be able to make the right decision,
it can easily backfire very quickly. The captains, who unfortunately made it
through this top 10, are here for three different reasons. It’s either they had
bad behavior off the ice, they didn’t perform on the ice or
the worst of all, they betrayed their team.
10. Rick Nash, Columbus Blue Jacket
Wanted for betrayal
Whenever a captain more or less requests a trade out of the city he plays in,
it’s a pretty clear sign that he’s probably not the best captain. That was the case with Rick Nash
in Columbus back in 2012 when he requested a trade out of Ohio.