Columbus Not So Blue Anymore

Posted: 21st October 2009 by Louis Pisano in NHL
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The Columbus Blue Jackets have come out of the gates on fire yet are doing it differently every night, whether it be a 2-1 squeaker on home ice against Calgary or a 5-3 drubbing of the Vancouver Canucks on the road. They are one point behind the Western conference central division leading Chicago Blackhawks and are 5-2. In their two losses both on the road, they have been outscored by a total of 12-6 and yet have been outscored by a total of only 15-11, so they are generating something on the road. Columbus has dominated so far on home ice and stands undefeated there. They sit 15th in goals for averaging three per game and are eighth in goals against averaging 2.57. Captain Rick Nash has been tearing it up early with highlight goals we may still be watching at the end of the season and wil ...

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