After a rough start to the season against the Nashville Predators in Tennessee, the Blue Jackets finally hit the win column for the first time with a victory at the Detroit Red Wings on Martin Luther King Jr. Day! It was good seeing the offense maybe begin to hit their stride including goals from Pierre-Luc Dubois, Alexandre Texier, and Oliver Bjorkstrand.
In this edition of The Cannon Cast we talk about:
- Thoughts on the first three games between the Predators and Red Wings
- Pierre-Luc Dubois and team hitting their stride?
- Best friends University of Michigan teammates Zach Werenski and Dylan Larkin renew friendship
- Final thoughts
and much more!
Dylan Larkin and Zach Werenski going at it!— Michigan Hockey (@umichhockey) January 18, 2021
Zach Werenski on his scrap with childhood friend Dylan Larkin, who left Z tickets for his parents today: "I didn't get hit, so I'll take it as a win."— Jeff Svoboda (@JacketsInsider) January 18, 2021
Werenski said the buddies were kind of laughing during it, but he was trying to win the fight. His phone is blowing up now. #CBJ
Also, NHL has added a goalie point! Love to see it. Joonas Korpisalo gets the second helper on PLD's third-period goal. I am always in favor of goalie points. #CBJ— Jeff Svoboda (@JacketsInsider) January 18, 2021
Our theme music is the song “Green Eyes,” by Angela Perley and the Howlin’ Moons off of their album “Homemade Vision.” Angela’s newest album is called “4:30” and you should listen to it! Check her out at angelaperley.com, and you should also check out Angela Perley on Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube for videos and live-streamed concerts from her home during this stay-at-home period.
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