The Columbus Blue Jackets defeated the Washington Capitals in overtime by a final score of 2-1. Since a 3-2 loss to the San Jose Sharks on October 15th, the CBJ have done one thing consistently at home. Win.
Tonight's win against the Washington Capitals was a
The Ohio State Buckeyes (9-1) head to that state up north to take on the Michigan State Spartans (3-7) in East Lansing on Saturday afternoon. The Spartans will look to play the spoiler role as the Buckeyes have a berth in the College Football Playoff
The Columbus Blue Jackets (7-4-2) will remain at Nationwide Arena and host the Washington Capitals (9-4-1) Tuesday night with the puck drop scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
Here are a few things to keep in mind before the game begins:
The Blue Jackets offense
The Ohio State Buckeyes came out of College Park, Maryland with their second-straight 62-3 victory to improve to 9-1 on the season. Buckeye fans across the country are relieved to see the team dominating their opponents once again. Here are a few takeaways from the
The Columbus Blue Jackets took care of business at home defeating the St. Louis Blues by a final score of 8-4.
Here are four takeaways from tonight's game:
The Blue Jackets set the tone in the first period, scoring three goals in the first 15 minutes
The Columbus Blue Jackets (6-4-2) are coming off a 5-2 loss on the road against the Boston Bruins. Tonight they'll be back in their home building to host the St. Louis Blues (7-5-3) with the puck drop scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
After Wednesday's overtime victory over the Anaheim Ducks in Columbus, the Columbus Blue Jackets didn't show up with the same level of effort Thursday on the road against the Boston Bruins. The 5-2 loss to the Bruins put an end to the CBJ five-game point
The Columbus Blue Jackets (6-3-2) lost on opening night at home to the Boston Bruins (7-6-0) by a final score of 6-3. Almost nobody could predict the Blue Jackets would head to Boston about a month later with a winning record heading into tonight's matchup
Alexander Wennberg zoomed up the ice between two Ducks defenders then spun his body and executed a backhanded pass 180 degrees later to Zach Werenski. Werenski quickly tapped the puck from his backhand to forehand side and buried a wrist shot to give the Blue
The Ohio State Buckeyes will head to College Park to face the Maryland Terrapins on Saturday afternoon. Here are our over/under predictions for the matchup:
Five Regulation Minutes Until The Buckeyes Score A Touchdown
Over. The Ohio State Buckeyes will score the first points of the game