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EDITOR'S NOTE: You've arrived at the CBJ Power Rankings, our weekly breakdown of the top-five players, statistics, trends and many other Blue Jackets-related categories. If you're looking for the traditional power rankings, you've come to the wrong place. We'll go in-depth and outside the box, and hopefully give you something to think about.

This week, we're looking at the five guys who drive the Blue Jackets' offense--the team's assist leaders 58 games into the regular season. Whether it's a defenseman setting up an initial pass, a shot from the point on the power play or grinding in front of the net, these are the players who ultimately help get goals on the board.

Let's take a look at the top five Blue Jackets assist leaders.



BRANDON DUBINSKY
2013-14 Totals: 12G-24A-36P, 52 GP



This season has been one of Dubinsky’s best, and not just from an offensive perspective. He’s been a consistent, solid performer in the middle of the ice and has proven reliable in all situations. But the noticeable jump is on the scoresheet; after struggling to score goals last season, Dubinsky has potted 12 already and is second on the club with 24 assists.