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CBJ: A Disgrace

by Rich M November 4, 2015
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It’s been a while since I wrote anything on the CBJ and I must come out of hiding. I’m not sure if this is the low point in franchise history, but since it’s fresh right now it seems like it is. A 2-10 October for a team projected to finish in the Top 5 in […]

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by Rich M November 30, 2014
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The CBJ are 23 games into the season and already the season appears over. This brings back memories of seasons past where by December 1 they were playing for draft position. With a record of 6-15-2 no one expected this type of futility. To be fair, there have been many nights the Jackets were playing […]

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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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Steady Hand

by Rich M December 17, 2013
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A characteristic of a good organization is stability not only in the front office, but also within the coaching ranks. The franchises that win on a regular basis are the ones that have continuity and an ownership group that doesn’t meddle. Obviously having a lot of talent helps, but the right personality behind the bench […]

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Men of Tin

by Rich M November 9, 2013
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At the beginning of the season I wrote that this was a season of great expectations. There were many pieces in place for this franchise to take the next step to being a legitimate contender. After such an amazing run at the end of last season it was realistic to expect a step forward. This […]

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