The Columbus Blue Jackets need skill up front, preferably in the form of a top six quality center.
That sentence could have been written at any point in the past 20 years of the franchise and it would be true, but it feels even more true this summer. After a playoffs in which the Columbus Blue Jackets meekly bowed out in five games to the Tampa Bay Lightning. Nowhere on the ice was the disparity more evident than the forward group, particularly down the middle. After Pierre-Luc Dubois, none of Columbus’ centers played much of a factor in the offensive end.