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Blue Jackets Links

Meanwhile, in other less stressful Blue Jackets news ...

Saturday, September 09, 2006
We've got entry level contracts, rookie camp wins, and the return of hockey to the local radio airwaves! Finally!

Trevor Hendrikx - the drafting, the redrafting, and the signing

Well, second time's a charm, I guess. But actually taking a look at his numbers, I like the kid. He looks to be a rough and tumble defenseman who not only seems to be a pretty good assist getter, but isn't afraid to stick up for the team (I'm going on the presumption that a lot of those penalty minutes are for fighting, after all). The concensus is that he'll probably be in Syracuse this coming season, but considering both his age and his good minor league season last year, it might not be too much of a stretch to see him come up for a game or seven with the Jackets in the event of an injury, or someone else's lack of good play on the blue line.

Rookie/Drafted CBJs win in Traverse City, MI

Yesterday a plethora of prospects, rookies, and drafted players for the Blue Jackets played in the first of several games in the Annual NHL Prospect Tournament, beating the Minnesota Wild's own prospects 4-2. It's nothing too big, but at the least it's a nice thing to mention when thinking about the future of the team. Steve Mason and Dan LaCosta backstopped the prospective CBJs in the game. I remember watching them at the little rookie training camp a month or two ago, and liking what I saw of them. Then again they were all I could focus on, since none of the other players were recognizable (no numbers except for some very tiny ones on their helmets).

'Between the Pipes' back in action starting tomorrow at 10-11 AM

I'm so happy to finally have Between the Pipes back ... even if it is at an ungodly hour on a Sunday. Sundays are my sleeping in days, man. Cut me some slack!

In any event, a trio of special guests will be in the studio. MacLean, Gallant, and Chimera. Considering the whole thing is only going to last an hour in all, I'm betting they'll all be in there at the same time. I'm going to do my best to get up early enough to listen, since I want to try and send a call in, or even just an e-mail if they're also accepting those. I got a feeling me and about several dozen other people will be wanting to call and ask about anything new with Zherdev, so I'm going to try and think of something else to ask if I can get through.
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