In the Blue Jackets' last two games, rookie forward Eric Robinson has been one of the most noticeable players on the ice.
After a cup of coffee late last season and a three-game cameo in early January, Robinson was recalled thanks to injury and illness and has shined of late. The Bellmawr, N.J., native is yet to notch a point this year in six games, but head coach John Tortorella said Robinson was responsible for six scoring chances over the past two contests.
In doing so, the 23-year-old, who finished his college career at Princeton before signing with Columbus last spring, has caught the eye of the head coach.
"You can't help but love the speed and his size, his reach," Tortorella said. "The puck tends to follow him around. … From the first game he played, he's not afraid to make a play."
BlueJackets.com caught up with Robinson to learn more about one of the newest members of the team.