Columbus Blue Jackets Review: Centers

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As we begin the Olympic Break, I wanted to put together posts about how the Columbus Blue Jackets have done up to this point.  Today, we start with the centers.  This includes five regular players and four call-ups.

Feb 6, 2014; Los Angeles, CA, USA; Columbus Blue Jackets center Ryan Johansen (19) and Los Angeles Kings defenseman Willie Mitchell (33) battle for the puck in the second period at Staples Center. Mandatory Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

Ryan Johansen is the breakout star of the Jackets this season. He has netted 24 goals and 22 assists, the highest on the team.  He is currently 36th in the NHL with 46 points and 18th in goals.

Ryan Johansen’s current stats
Goals: 24
Assists: 22
Plus/Minus: +2
PIM: 28
Shooting Percentage: 14.9%
Faceoff Win Percentage: 52.3%

Brandon Dubinsky has also had a good season so far. His problem area is penalties. His hotheadedness is is weakness. He has 86 penalty minutes, which is 19th in the NHL.


Brandon Dubinsky’s current stats
Goals: 12
Assists: 24
Plus/Minus: +5
PIM: 86
Shooting Percentage: 9.3%
Faceoff Win Percentage: 54.9%

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