The Jackets are amazing adept at ringing the puck around the damn boards! Not really sure how many goals they expect to score that way. Remember the old days when you might laugh nervously when it was suggested that the Jackets could be beaten by an AHL goaltender. Now... it's just a "meh" moment.
Why is it when we are on the PK, and we have puck possession in our end, that we just clear the puck instead of moving forward to try to get a shortie? I know that the purpose of the PK is to clear the puck, and change players on the PK to keep them fresh, but it seems to me that rather than trying to pass the puck and gain the advantage, we clear it immediately instead of trying to create something offensively. Can't we create something off of the PK?