The Columbus Blue Jackets and Ottawa Senators met for the final time this season on Saturday night. In what was overall a well-played game, it was the Senators who emerged victorious after 60 minutes.
The game was there for us. It's a frustrating loss.
That's how Sam
The Columbus Blue Jackets (40-16-6) will face the Ottawa Senators (34-22-6) at the Canadian Tire Centre for the third and final meeting between these two teams this season. Puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
As the Jackets and Senators meet for the
The Columbus Blue Jackets hosted the Minnesota Wild on Thursday night at Nationwide Arena for the second and final matchup between the two clubs. Their previous meeting came on New Year's Eve in St. Paul, Minnesota as the two teams were in the midst of
The Columbus Blue Jackets (39-16-5) will finish their brief two-game road trip Tuesday night in Quebec as they face the Montreal Canadiens (34-21-8) for the first and last time at Centre Bell. Puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:30 PM ET.
After playing what CBJ
The February temperatures aren't the only thing heating up in Columbus, Ohio. Hockey games at Nationwide Arena are too, with each one so meaningful at this time of the year. With the Pittsburgh Pengins visiting on Friday night, the atmosphere inside the sold out building
The Columbus Blue Jackets (36-15-5) and Pittsburgh Penguins (36-13-7) will face off at Nationwide Arena in their third of four matchups on the season. So far, each team has won their home game and the CBJ will look to keep that pattern going on Friday
The Detroit Red Wings (22-22-10) visit Nationwide Arena for their final matchup with the Columbus Blue Jackets (34-14-5) this season. After a controversial overtime finish earlier this week that saw the CBJ take two points on the road, the Red Wings will certainly have revenge
As the Columbus Blue Jackets returned home from a five game road trip, Saturday night's matchup with the New Jersey Devils had "trap game" written all over it. After earning three of four points against the New York Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins, beating the Devils,
The Columbus Blue Jackets (33-12-5) and New Jersey Devils (21-21-10) will face off in Columbus tonight for the first time all season. In what will be the first of first four meeting between the two Metropolitan Division clubs, both teams will look to get back
In a game that looked early on like a blow out in the New York Rangers' favor, the Columbus Blue Jackets responded in a big way. Scoring the first six goals of the game, the CBJ quieted the home crowd for much of the game.