Found November 01, 2011 on Kukla's Korner:
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A month has gone by and Columbus is on the rise. During the historical preseason for Columbus, who acquired two high-end forwards (Carter, Prospal) and two defensemen (Wisniewski, Martinek), there was hope for the 2011-2012 season. We hoped to see Columbus upset the balance in their division but instead the expected happened. Usual suspect James Wisniewski increased his suspension tally to three in his career; his third was in the Jacket’s preseason and put him on the shelf for a total of 12 games, 8 of which were regular season.Continue reading "Blue Jackets geared to leap-frog Bruins"
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