What if I told you a 128-point juggernaut went from a Stanley-Cup favorite to a massive disappointment in a span of six days? That's exactly what just happened, as the Tampa Bay Lightning did their best impression of a playoff collapse, getting swept by the
The Columbus Blue Jackets have taken a 3-0 series lead against the Tampa Bay Lightning. The Jackets have been cool, composed and consistent. For 82 games we were all wondering where this was. It's a new season. And this team is hot.
The Columbus Blue Jackets scored four unanswered goals to shock the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 1. The puck drop for Game 2 is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET tonight.
The Tampa Bay Lightning heavily rely on their three 40-goal scorers Nikita Kucherov, Steven
The player. The team. The coach. Needs to have a short-term memory.
Head Coach John Tortorella and his team faced a 3-0 deficit after 20 minutes and it looked like the Columbus Blue Jackets were simply outmatched. The quote above were his words after his
The Columbus Blue Jackets (47-31-4) will face the Tampa Bay Lightning (62-16-4) in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Lightning, of course, will have home-ice advantage with the puck drop for Game 1 scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM on Wednesday night.
The Columbus Blue Jackets (45-31-4) will face the New York Rangers (31-36-13) at Madison Square Garden tonight with the puck drop scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET. A regulation win for Columbus would clinch a spot in the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
After a forgettable 6-2
They were playing for a purpose. They were playing for something. They played better than we did.
That's some of what Head Coach John Tortorella had to say about the Boston Bruins.
On a night in which the Columbus Blue Jackets had plenty to play for,
The Columbus Blue Jackets didn't get off to a good start and trailed midway through Thursday's game against the Montreal Canadiens. However, they continued to work hard and were rewarded, scoring the final five goals en route to a 6-2 victory to put themselves in
The Columbus Blue Jackets (42-30-4) will play host to the Montreal Canadiens (41-28-8)on Thursday night in another pivotal matchup down the final stretch of the regular season. Puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
The CBJ may have finally turned their swag on,
The Columbus Blue Jackets (41-30-4) will be play host to the New York Islanders (44-25-7) this evening. The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
Things didn't go how the team hoped during their Western Canada road trip, as the CBJ only grabbed