While the Final Four in college basketball will commence this evening, the Columbus Blue Jackets (44-29-5) come into today with only four more games left in the regular season. Today's opponent is the Vancouver Canucks (29-40-9). The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 4:00
With only four games remaining in the regular season, the Columbus Blue Jackets are getting hot at the right time. Thursday night's 5-1 victory on the road over the Calgary Flames gave the Jacket's their 12th victory in their last 13 games.
Seeing a hat trick
The Columbus Blue Jackets (43-29-5) will continue to battle for a playoff spot tonight in Western Canada against the Calgary Flames (35-32-10). The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 9:00 PM ET.
Tonight's matchup is a classic hot-vs-cold scenario. The CBJ come into this evening
You never know what you're gonna get on a nightly basis in the National Hockey League.
Things were looking a little gloomy for the CBJ early on.
At the 10:08 mark of the first period, Drake Caggiula scored a power-play goal to put the Edmonton Oilers up
The Columbus Blue Jackets (42-29-5) have had their ups and downs this season. However, the worst moment for the club was arguably when they were embarrassed by the Edmonton Oilers (34-36-6) at Nationwide Arena by a final score of 7-2 in mid December of 2017.
The Blue Jackets and Blues met in Columbus on Saturday night in what was an entertaining game for the fans at Nationwide Arena. With both squads battling for the two points up for grabs, it was the Blues' hot goaltender who was the star of
The Columbus Blue Jackets (42-28-5) host the St. Louis Blues (41-28-5) at Nationwide Arena in a matchup between two teams trying to scrounge up as many points as possible as the regular season comes to an end. Puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00
The Elevator Brewing Company is releasing two new beers tomorrow: The Uptown Pilsner & Gravity 3.0. I got a chance to get an exclusive interview with Doug Beedy, The Brewmaster behind it all, to get the inside scoop on the new brews.
Doug Beedy, the
The Columbus Blue Jackets came into Thursday's game holding a playoff spot while the Florida Panthers were on the outside looking in. Following the 4-0 CBJ victory, the postseason fates of each team became a little clearer.
Both clubs entered Thursday's matchup with hot goaltenders. Sergei
If there's anything we've learned by watching the Columbus Blue Jackets (41-28-5) over the last month, it's to assume nothing. The same team that couldn't seem to find any sort of consistency for months insn't only looking from the inside out at a playoff berth