Zach Werenski started poorly to open the season, as did much of the defense. He managed just four points in his first ten games of the year (2-2-4), had one point on the power play, and was struggling is his own zone. Fans were exasperated by his play - after struggling last season, Werenski was supposed to be fully healthy this year and reclaim the form that saw him finish third in the Calder Trophy voting his rookie season. Instead, he struggled as the Blue Jackets floundered out of the gate. After a tough start, however, Zach Werenski is recovering his form, both offensively as well as defensively. Offensively, Werenski is surging. Let's start with his overtime game winner on Friday night.
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