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Guys/Gals - just an FYI, if you're going to the game tomorrow, be sure to leave EARLY. President Barack Obama will be at the state Democratic dinner tomorrow. Traffic will be a utter disaster.
Incorporating imagery from the Russian logo and the Jackets logo, along with classic Bob mask staples like the wall with spray painted numbers, Bob will look sharp tending the Russian goal.
Seeing as how he already is considered an albatross in Edmonton, I think maybe we should stop regretting CBJ not signing him and start being excited they didn't eat that bullet. (Thanks Copper & Blue!)
No matter where you fall on the John Scott saga, he wrote an article about his experience. It's a great read.
Stadium Journey offers an updated review of Nationwide, offering up high praise for the home of the Jackets.
ESPN has unveiled it's all-sport power rankings, which they call the Ultimate Standings, and the Blue Jackets have entered the Top 20 at #19 of all 122 professional franchises across the four major sports. For better or for worse, the Jackets are so high for their off-the-ice marks with fandom and ownership. So, heres to putting to bed those blues from an 0-3-0 start!
Nick Foligno. Top line. For the stars and stripes. Hell yeah. P.s. - No Jack Johnson, so theres that.
So it looks like Jack Johnson is attempting to convert his Chapter 11 bankruptcy (a sort of payment plan) to a Chapter 7 filing (where his assets get liquidated and he starts with essentially a clean slate). I'm sure our resident lawyer(s) can explain it better than I can. Its an interesting read.
Here is the latest Top 20 CBJ rankings from Hockey's Future. No surprise to see Werenski at No. 1, although I would say the No. 2 spot is more up for grabs. All in all, an exciting mix of prospects.