The Columbus Blue Jackets are a team that's knocking on the door as a contender. Their loss on Saturday night showed us both why they're a contender as well as some glaring weaknesses the club needs to work on.
It looked like the Columbus Blue Jackets had
The Columbus Blue Jackets (17-8-1) and Washington Capitals (14-11-1) face off on Saturday for the first time this season in the first of four regular season meetings between the two Metropolitan Division foes. Puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
After defeating the
The Blue Jackets welcomed the Anaheim Ducks to Nationwide Arena on Friday night in a game that got a little chippy at times as play moved along. When it was all said and done, the CBJ emerged victorious by a final score of 4-2.
The Anaheim Ducks (11-10-4) will visit Nationwide Arena to face the Columbus Blue Jackets (16-8-1) for the first and only time this season on Friday night. The puck is scheduled to drop shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
Friday's game features two teams coming off wins in
After a first period to forget just a night ago, the Columbus Blue Jackets responded out of the gate at Nationwide Arena as they hosted the Carolina Hurricanes.
It only took the CBJ 70 seconds to get on the board first on Tuesday night. Center Pierre-Luc
The Columbus Blue Jackets (15-8-1) will host the Carolina Hurricanes (10-8-4) this evening at Nationwide Arena. The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets had their six-game winning streak come to an end last night in a 3-1 loss
The Columbus Blue Jackets simply didn't play the way they wanted to in the first period—going down 2-0 at the 8:10 mark of regulation and weren't able to make up for the early deficit in a 3-1 loss on the road to the Montreal Canadiens.
The Columbus Blue Jackets (15-7-1) will be in Canada this evening for a matchup with the Montreal Canadiens (9-12-3). The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:30 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets head into tonight's game as winners of their last six. The common denominator
The Columbus Blue Jackets and Ottawa Senators faced off on Friday night with both teams heading in opposite directions. The CBJ had won five in a row while Ottawa had dropped four straight.
In front of a boisterous crowd at Nationwide Arena on Friday night, the
The Columbus Blue Jackets (14-7-1) will host the Ottawa Senators (8-6-6) at Nationwide Arena on Friday night. Currently winners of five straight games, the Jackets will look to keep the streak alive in the first of three meetings with the Sens this season. The puck