Found April 17, 2013 on Fox Sports Ohio:
Raise your hand if you saw this coming:It was February 26th, a home game against the Dallas Stars. The Columbus Blue Jackets had entered the game with a record of 5-12-2, and hopes for a playoff push were either non-existent or slim at best. In that game, the Blue Jackets showed heart, something that has become a trademark of this group this season. The team came back four times in that game, forcing overtime before losing on a Loui Eriksson goal from the low slot. Since then, since that seminal moment in this incredibly impressive resurgence by the Columbus Blue Jackets, the team has gone 15-4-4, heading into another must-win contest against the Ducks of Anaheim. In those 23 games, Columbus has given up 46 goals.Raise your hand if you saw this coming:In that same game against the Stars, Sergei Bobrovsky played a fairly solid game, stopping 34 of 39 shots, many of them good Dallas chances. But the winning goal looked a bit strange. Bobrovsky seemed frozen in time as Eriksson moved f...
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