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#CBJ Social Roundup: November 27

More fun with Artemi and Bob, CBJ Thanksgiving and more

by Jimmy Longo BlueJacketsNHL /

There was a lot that happened across the team last week. The boys are on a six-game winning streak, but that doesn't mean things have slowed down outside of the arena.

In celebration of the annual Ohio State-Michigan game, forward Josh Anderson and defenseman and former Michigan Wolverine Zach Werenski celebrated the win over the Senators by sporting Ohio State and Michigan themed suits.

Let's Get It! GO BUCKS GO

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While the Buckeyes defeated the Wolverines for the sixth year in a row, at least Zach has his own six-game winning streak to hold on to. 

#shortpeopleproblems #5thline

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Cam Atkinson scored two goals in the win over the Ottawa Senators Friday night. After talking post game with Jody Shelley, all Atkinson wanted to go was give some love to the 5th Line faithful, but he had to give some extra effort. Here's a reminder that hockey players can score two goals in the same night but barely be able to reach the hand of a fan in the tunnel.

Regardless, we love Cam's hockey skills.

After being honored as the Elk and Elk Military Honoree, Cpl. Tyson Poglar got to meet some really cool hockey players.

Elsewhere last week, some of the boys took in the Crew's first leg of the Eastern Conference Final against Toronto FC.


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A Very Grand CBJ Thankgiving

There was turkey (and honey glazed ham if your name is Cam), many thanks given and many things (wins, specifically) to be thankful for going forward.


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Had a fun and entertaining Thanksgiving weekend with the moms����❤️

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Thankful ��

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And for good measure, with Thanksgiving passing and now 2017 heading for the holidays, who doesn't love a good look into an afternoon of Sergei Bobrovsky and Artemi Panarin chopping down a very large Christmas tree, sledding and good fun?

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