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A game of inches and upper lips

Columbus 1 – Toronto 4

The Maple Leafs dominated Columbus last night. Right from the get go it looked as if they forgot how to play the game of ice hockey. Passes were flying everywhere, turnovers were made and there was no evidence of knowing how to forecheck when at even strength. The only real opportunity arose from a wrist shot from Aaron Jonson four minutes into the game. The player celebrated thinking they scored but alas it was banked onto the post and out toward the boards.

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Columbus finds a way, again

Columbus 3 - Anaheim 1

After a night without Mason and the 5-2 loss to Chicago the Blue Jackets bounced back. Like every season the Pacific coast gave us an early win. What was the key to this? Takeaways. Currently Columbus leads the league in takeaways, just like the win against Detroit this last game against the Ducks was made possible by way of intercepting and rushing with the puck.

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