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CBJ: The Hits Keep On Coming

by Rich M January 21, 2015
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It has been the definition of this season for the CBJ…Sergei Bobrovsky is the next Blue Jackets player to go down during the game in Winnipeg Wednesday night. At the timeĀ of writing this there isn’t an official diagnosis, but at first look it appears to be a muscle pull of some kind in his leg. […]

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Columbus Blue Jackets: Round 2

by Rich M October 8, 2014
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In the most anticipated season in 14 years, the CBJ hopes will rely heavily on a group of proven and unproven youngsters to carry the team while two key veterans are out with injury. It’s not news that Nathan Horton is out to start the season with what has been labeled a degenerative back injury. […]

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Heaven On Earth

by Rich M April 27, 2014
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November 5, 2011 was probably a normal Saturday in my life. Probably got up and drank some coffee, did the family thing and got home in time for the Philadelphia-Columbus game at 7 that night. The only reason this night is memorable is because this was the low point for this franchise. They lost 9-2 […]

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CBJ: Lost

by Rich M December 1, 2013
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The Jackets are now 27 games into the season and they appear worse for the wear. Saturday night in the TD Garden they came out and competed hard for approximately 20 minutes on their way to an uninspiring 3-1 loss. The other 40 minutes was a mixture of poor execution and complete dominance by the […]

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Anger Management

by Rich M October 19, 2013
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Fans are an emotional bunch and especially hockey fans. I watched the game Thursday night in Montreal with amusement through the first 20 minutes. I felt completely disconnected watching this game even though the Jackets were down 2-0. I was void of any emotion or anger and accepted that maybe this was going to be […]

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