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01-07-2013, 06:37 PM
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Before last season, it seemed to me that the Blue Jackets always seemed to start off the season hot, then cool off during course of the season(or of course, terrible slumps). I think the problem with that was leadership(the so-called 'country club atmosphere'), but I also think that problem is gone now.
I think we will make the playoffs based on these points:

1)We get off to a hot start. That will be a great benefit in a shortened season.
2) Bobrovsky(sic?) turns into a legitimate starting goalie-his performance behind our D will keep us in it once the hot start is gone.
3) Our defensemen depth will handle the load of the season and keep us in it.
4)Our offense will just do enough to help us win close games.

It it doesn't work out, no big deal, I feel we are on a upswing as an organization no matter what.

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