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Spring is in the air right now in Columbus, and so is winning, apparently. The Blue Jackets have won nine of their past 10 games (9-0-1), but their franchise-best run came to an end Monday with an overtime loss to the New York Rangers. So, with that in mind, this week's power rankings take a closer look at the five longest winning streaks in Blue Jackets history.
The Blue Jackets put together a nice five-game winning streak on the back of a little-known goalie named Frederik Norrena, who took over the job between the pipes from incumbent Pascal Leclaire. And Norrena was stellar during the winning streak, posting two shutouts and only giving up two goals in the four games he started. He also set a franchise record by going 155 minutes and 28 seconds without allowing a goal.