Blues pound Jackets early | The Columbus Dispatch

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Earlier in the day, Blue Jackets coach Ken Hitchcock referred to Scottrade Center as his club's "graveyard" the past two seasons, a place where the Jackets never feel quite comfortable and can't wait to leave.
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Jay

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Same ol, Same ol
Johnny D

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See what happens when you fire a coach... "they played like their jobs depended on it ".......Fire Hitchcock
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When a coach gets fired everyone in the organization wakes up and realizes that the management is serious, when will the Blue Jackets management ever get serious.
Mike Hoss

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Jan 13, 2010
 
I'm a Blues fan from St. Louis, and I want to know what you coach (Paul Barer) was talking about when he said that the Blues come out and play rough at home? Maybe last year, but has he seen any tape from this season? Trust me, we in the stands were just as shocked as your guys on the bench.

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