Last Week W-L: 3-3
Monday: 8-5 victory vs Rangers
Tuesday: 4-3 victory vs Rangers
Wednesday: 9-6 victory vs Rangers
Friday: 7-3 loss vs Diamondbacks
Saturday: 11-2 loss vs Diamondbacks
Sunday: 3-2 loss vs Diamondbacks
Week In Review
The Indians got the 2017 season off to a hot start with a three-game sweep
Despite their playoff opponent and home ice being settled entering Sunday's game in Toronto, the Columbus Blue Jackets, who had dropped their previous six games, needed a feel-good performance to end the regular season on a high note. The Maple Leafs, on the other hand,
The Columbus Blue Jackets (49-24-8) will be on the road later today to face the Toronto Maple Leafs (40-26-15). The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 6:00 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets haven't been able to string together a solid 60 minutes of hockey
With the playoff matchup for the Columbus Blue Jackets and the postseason fate of the Philadelphia Flyers already determined heading into Saturday afternoon's game, fans didn't get to enjoy the intensity level they'd normally expect from these two Metropolitan Division rivals. Pride, however, was on
The Columbus Blue Jackets (49-23-8) will be on the road today facing the Philadelphia Flyers (38-33-9) with the puck drop scheduled for shortly after 12:30 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have now lost five consecutive games. Their offense started to get back on track with a
Any time you score goals it feels good
That's some of what Brandon Saad had to say after scoring twice in what was the final home game of the regular season for the Columbus Blue Jackets.
John Tortorella had this to say afterwards:
I saw some good things
The Columbus Blue Jackets (49-22-8) will play the final regular-season game of their record-setting campaign at Nationwide Arena with the Winnipeg Jets (38-35-7) coming to town. The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
It's official. The Columbus Blue Jackets will in fact
The Columbus Blue Jackets will most likely not have home-ice advantage in the first round of the 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs after suffering a 4-1 loss in Pittsburgh to the Penguins.
Sergei Bobrovsky started the night on fire, saving a combined five shots on goal from
The Columbus Blue Jackets (49-21-8) will take their talents to Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania for a matchup against the Penguins (48-19-11) with second place in the Metropolitan Division on the line. The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are coming
94-67, first place in American League Central Division, defeated in the World Series by the Chicago Cubs in seven games
After playing into November, the Cleveland Indians' offseason got off to a slow start. With only Mike Napoli and Rajai Davis up for free