The Columbus Blue Jackets (17-5-4) will play their first of three-straight road games (all in western Canada) against the Edmonton Oilers (15-11-5) later tonight with the puck drop scheduled for shortly after 9:00 PM ET.
The Edmonton Oilers have had an up-and-down season. They've only had
The Clemson Tigers made a habit of getting after opposing quarterbacks in the 2016 College Football Regular Season. Their defensive unit finished second in the country with 46 sacks in major part thanks to a defensive line that's loaded with talent.
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It's been a season of ups and downs for Ohio State junior quarterback J.T. Barrett. As one of the leaders on this team, Barrett has a chance to do something special on New Year's Eve against the Clemson Tigers. Although much of the attention is
The Columbus Blue Jackets outscored the New York Islanders 4-0 in the third period and won by final score of 6-2 to remain undefeated in the month of December.
Unphased. That's what what the entire Columbus team was after Sergei Bobrovsky let a puck past him
The Columbus Blue Jackets (16-5-4) will play host to the New York Islanders (11-10-5) at Nationwide Arena this evening with the game scheduled to begin shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
Here are 11 things you should know before the puck drops:
The Columbus Blue Jackets have
The Columbus Blue Jackets didn't play their best game of the season on Friday night in Detroit but were able to come away with two points nonetheless. Sergei Bobrovsky put on a goaltending clinic as the Jackets improved to 16-5-4 after defeating the Wings by
The Detroit Red Wings (13-11-3) will host the Columbus Blue Jackets (15-5-4) tonight. The game is scheduled to begin shortly after 7:30 PM ET.
Here are 10 things you should know before the puck drops:
The Detroit Red Wings have improved their record recently, going 5-1-2
The Columbus Blue Jackets and Arizona Coyotes faced off for the second time in as many days, this time in Nationwide Arena as the CBJ looked for the season sweep in the series.
One of the requirements to be a good team is to win the
The Columbus Blue Jackets (14-5-4) will be back at Nationwide Arena to face the Arizona Coyotes (8-11-4) for the second-straight game. Saturday night's matchup between the two clubs was a memorable one with Coyotes' goaltender Mike Smith recording 58 saves, but still falling short to
The Columbus Blue Jackets are 14-5-4 through their first 23 games. The team is officially the surprise of the National Hockey League. Here's why.
There have been several individuals who've made the Jackets a formidable opponent on a night-to-night basis.
Starting with the improved players:
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