The Columbus Blue Jackets had only won one of their last seven home openers. They left zero doubt in the fans' minds on Friday, scoring 67 seconds into the game and showing the National Hockey League they're no one-trick pony.
The Columbus Blue Jackets looked like
The time has come for the Columbus Blue Jackets to take the ice after a record-breaking 108-point regular season last year. Their first opponent. The New York Islanders. Here are five things you need to know before the puck drop.
History Is Not Exactly On Columbus'
October means more than just pumpkin-spiced beverages and epic Halloween parties. It also marks the beginning of a new season in the National Hockey League. Here are five storylines every fan of the Columbus Blue Jackets should know about heading into the 2017-18 Regular Season:
Coming off the best season in franchise history, the Columbus Blue Jackets hit the ice later this week to open up the 2017-18 campaign. Here are five players who could enjoy breakout years for the CBJ:
This pick won't surprise anyone, but all signs point
A year ago today; the Columbus Blue Jackets were a 76-point hockey club who never could quite recover from a dreadful 0-8-0 start to the 2015-16 NHL Regular Season.
The Columbus Blue Jackets entered the 2016 regular season as a team and a franchise that frankly
After taking Game 4 in Columbus on Tuesday night, the Columbus Blue Jackets earned one more chance to extend their season on Thursday night in Pittsburgh. Despite the long odds, the Jackets could have made things interesting had they forced a Game 6 back at
Remember who you are, believe in yourself and believe in your concept.
Columbus Blue Jackets Head Coach John Tortorella had those words to say this morning, not wanting his team to forget who they are as they once again look to stave off elimination.
The Pittsburgh Penguins
The Columbus Blue Jackets scored first, then never gave up the lead in their first playoff victory of 2017.
The Columbus Blue Jackets had five different players score goals tonight, (Jack Johnson, Josh Anderson, Markus Nutivaara, William Karlsson and Boone Jenner) all of which were their first
The Columbus Blue Jackets trail the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-0 in the best-of-seven series. Tonight they'll look to grab their first playoff victory of 2017 in front of their home crowd at Nationwide Arena. The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:30 PM ET.
It took 11 seconds for the Columbus Blue Jackets to find the back of the net in Game 3. However, it was the Pittsburgh Penguins who showed off their resiliency in the end and battled back to win 5-4 in overtime.
Nationwide Arena was deafening after