Discussion in 'Columbus Blue Jackets' started by Viqsi, Nov 15, 2019.
Any win is a good win. Good job.
Trade Werenski now, his value is through the roof now
I think that any love is good lovin'
So I took what I could get
St. Louis was a bit off in their passing most of the game, but hanging with them and getting the OT win is a big deal.
Every single time CBJ sends out a STH survey, I lobby to get Mike Todd fired!!
When I tuned in I asked my self "Why is Jay Burson do the CBJ game?" Had to mute it.
If he can get rid of the consistent 1 soft goal per game (minimum) then he'd be a trustworthy starter. Hopefully he learns, and hopefully Elvis continues to push him.
Football(soccer) ecstasy yesterday took all the time so i just watched highlights. Korpi was great that first goal was unlucky for him, Savards stick lift his leg(dont remember word for this) inch and puck slided under. Bem has a whole new level in his game. Cam is swimming in the deep waters right now, he is far away his normal level. Win is win and that matters the most. Streak is on. RIVEN JOHDOLLA ME MENTIIN KISOIHIN!
Won’t Elvis have to stop letting in one softie a game to push Korpi?
And now I’m feelin’ better
A friendly, amicable Metro fan just commenting. Watched your game against the Blues tonight; I've seen a few CBJ games this year. Think this was an A- game; not many high danger chances yielded, good interior coverage; CBJ controlled zone time, especially in the 3rd. I see what Torts is doing: smartly, transitioning to a conservative style, forecheck ONLY when opportunity strikes. The Blues had minimal high danger chances, could be an outlier though. I credit CBJ's D, and perhaps, some complacency from STL
I like the analyst, former Blue Jacket, knows his first goal (lol); was he a fill in, or permanent?
Fill-in, Jody Shelley is the usual guy, but he was being inducted into the Nova Scotia HHoF last night.
Thanks for the outsider's perspective, appreciate a non-bias take on my team, especially when I agree with it =)
Didn’t get to watch, but looking at the highlights were 52-18-22 together as a line late in the third?
Yes, who would have thought playing the young kids a lot would yield a more dynamic team . Another major difference is that Wennberg actually decided to assert himself offensively , and played aggressive , giving us an actual second center for at least this game . Seeing this play again makes me wonder if this should be a legit strategy going forward, Wennberg jumped like 2 feet in the air, which had to be distracting .
The young kids played about what they have been playing, 11-12 minutes. They just did something in the time they had. They keep doing that, and they will get more time.
He's reminding me of Marc Denis right now.
A year ago I was scared of you guys, I still kinda am. Torts knows his shit.
Your analyst is humble, very honest and quiet.
Torts switched up all the lines for the 3rd period.
I couldn't even tell what they were.
Jim Day was great
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