Tag Archive | "Rostislav Klesla"

Klesla Shipped from Columbus After 10 Years

Monday, February 28, 2011

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Klesla Shipped from Columbus After 10 Years

Rostislav Klesla had been with the Columbus Blue Jackets since their inception. Taken fourth overall back in the 2000 NHL Entry Draft, the Czech defenseman played in 515 games over parts of 10 seasons. Like most roster-player-for-roster-player trades, Klesla moves from the Blue Jackets mainly because he is due for a change in scenery. After…

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Fantasy Season in Review: Columbus Blue Jackets

Wednesday, June 2, 2010

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Fantasy Season in Review: Columbus Blue Jackets

Offensive Corps: Not too much changed this year opposed to last as Rick Nash led the team in scoring for a third straight year.  The captain seemed a step off as he battled both injuries and inconsistency, finishing the season with 67 points– his lowest totals since the 2006-2007 season. His frequent linemates Kristian Huselius…

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Klesla Injury Ends Decent November on Sour Note

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

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Klesla Injury Ends Decent November on Sour Note

Hey there, everybody. I’m Adam Burke, your new Columbus Blue Jackets, and Buffalo Sabres, writer. Odd combination, eh? Well, for some quick background on myself, yes, there will be a test at the end of this piece, I’m a Cleveland, OH native so my allegiance lies with the home-state team. I became a Sabres fan…

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Short Shifts

Tuesday, December 1, 2009

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Short Shifts

Tomas Vokoun is DTD after leaving the game on a stretcher and receiving stitches in his ear following arguably the most bizarre play of the season. After a cheap goal by Ilya Kovalchuk, Keith Ballard tried to two-hand the post in frustration but instead caught a piece of Vokoun’s head. Alex Ovechkin suffered an injury…

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