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 will host the Tampa Bay Lightning in Game 4 of their best-of-seven series in the first round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs tonight at Nationwide Arena. The Jackets have a chance to do something they've never done in franchise history:
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 entered the Stanley Cup Playoffs as underdogs versus the Tampa Bay Lightning in their first-round matchup. With a 2-0 lead coming back home, the Jackets are in a familiar position, looking to take a commanding 3-0 lead in a postseason
After imposing their will on the Lightning in the final 40 minutes of Wednesday's Game 1 victory, there were two possible outcomes for the CBJ heading into Game 2. Either Tampa was going to punch right back, or the juggernaut was going to be
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
I'm not going to sugar coat it, they're a good team. They've obviously fed it to us a few times this year. I think we've grown and I think we understand how we have to play. We haven't played them since [the
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 knew entering Friday night's game that they'd make the postseason with two points against the New York Rangers at Madison Square Garden. It wasn't the prettiest game, but in the end it was the CBJ who emerged victorious in the