The Columbus Blue Jackets and Toronto Maple Leafs met for the second time in five days, this time at Nationwide Arena on Friday evening. After a 4-2 loss in Toronto on Monday night, the CBJ had all week to think about what needed to change
I don't want to talk about Friday's game. I'm still trying to swallow this one.
That's what Columbus Blue Jackets Head Coach had to say when asked about playing the Toronto Maple Leafs for the second time this week on Friday night, which will be in
The Columbus Blue Jackets (12-6-2) head north of the border tonight to take on Toronto Maple Leafs (14-6-0) in first of two games in five days between the two clubs. Puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
Although it's usually tough to get
Just 14 days ago, the Columbus Blue Jackets were a team that lacked consistency and it wasn't apparent which direction they were headed. Since then, the Jackets have won five of their last six games and improved their record from 7-6-1 to 12-6-2 after a
The Columbus Blue Jackets (11-6-2), coming off an impressive performance on Thursday night against the Florida Panthers at Nationwide Arena, hit the road tonight to take on the Carolina Hurricanes (8-7-3). Sitting atop the Metropolitan Division, the CBJ will look to keep their good start
Thursday afternoon, ahead of the Columbus Blue Jackets' matchup against the Florida Panthers later in the evening, it became known that the club would be without two of their best players: Artemi Panarin and Sergei Bobrovsky. With a number of players under the weather, Thursday
The Columbus Blue Jackets (10-6-2) and Florida Panthers (7-5-3) face off at Nationwide Arena tonight in a game featuring two teams that are starting to hit their stride. The puck is scheduled to drop shortly after 7:00 PM ET.
The CBJ enter this matchup against the
Both teams played hard. Didn’t give each other many scoring opportunities. It was a fun game to be involved in. It’s the hardest we’ve played, and I give them credit too because they were hard to play against.
Columbus Blue Jackets Head Coach John Tortorella tried
The Columbus Blue Jackets (9-6-2) have have played more consistently lately, going 2-0-1 last week, including a 4-1 victory over the Dallas Stars (9-6-2) on Tuesday. The two teams will face one another again this evening. The puck drop is scheduled for shortly after 8:30