Blue Jackets believe they can win
Never-quit attitude has Columbus raising questions about Pittsburgh
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- R.J. Umberger had his shirt on inside out and backward as reporters gathered around his dressing room stall to ask about his role in this the biggest, most improbable of wins in Columbus Blue Jackets history.
"That's our team. No quitting all year. It's character. My shirt's on backwards here," he noted, still trying to catch his breath in the wake of Nick Foligno's game winner at 2:49 of overtime that capped a stunning come-from-behind 4-3 victory.
Under his left ...
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