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
The Columbus Blue Jackets and Washington Capitals met for the final time this regular season on Sunday evening at Nationwide Arena. With the Jackets four points behind the Caps in the standings and only five games remaining, the two points up for grabs on Sunday
The Columbus Blue Jackets (49-20-8) will face the Washington Capitals (51-18-8) tonight at Nationwide Arena with the puck drop scheduled for shortly after 6:00 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets can essentially say goodbye to any hopes of having the best record in the Eastern Conference
The Columbus Blue Jackets' players and head coach alike had plenty of positive remarks after battling till the final minute of a 3-1 loss to the Chicago Blackhawks. However, the Blackhawks got the edge they needed early on, drawing a penalty before a cross-ice pass
For a team built as well as the 2017 Cleveland Indians appear to be on paper, the pitching staff figures to be the strength of the team. Between the well-established studs, the consistent role players, and the upcoming youngsters, the Tribe staff is set to
The Columbus Blue Jackets (49-19-8) will head to the Windy City to face the Chicago Blackhawks (49-21-7). The puck drop is scheduled for 8:30 PM ET.
The Columbus Blue Jackets went 0-2-0 to start the regular season. Then the Chicago Blackhawks came to Nationwide Arena and
For a World Series team in 2016, the Cleveland Indians outfield was full of names that were relatively unheard of. Entering 2017, the story is pretty similar. The intriguing bunch has a nice mix of youth and experience with plenty of talent in the pipeline,
If you exclude empty-net goals, the Columbus Blue Jackets have only buried the biscuit during regulation a combined 14 times in their last eight games. That's less than two goals per 60 minutes.
Head Coach John Tortorella had plenty of great soundbites to offer regarding the