Hockey sweaters are not customary attire on steamy June nights in Columbus, Ohio. However, on Saturday evening, they dominated the sartorial display at a Buffalo Wild Wings restaurant, where more thanRead More
Articles by: Jeff Little
It seemed so innocuous at the time . . . harmless really. When former Blue Jackets GM Scott Howson proposed a tie-breaking revision that would make non-shootout wins the first tie-breakerRead More
Watching Columbus native Jack Nicklaus dissect his beloved Augusta National golf course in the 1965 Masters, golf legend and Augusta founder Bobby Jones reportedly observed that “He [Nicklaus] plays aRead More
Coming into the trade deadline, Hockey Operations President John Davidson and General Manger Jarmo Kekäläinen warned that there would be no short term deals — no rentals — forthcoming atRead More
Einstein teaches us that reality is a malleable concept, and in the case of moving bodies, reality is entirely dependent upon the observer. This has been repeatedly validated through experimentation, andRead More
If you had polled NHL scribes prior to this season, and asked which clubs were most likely to post a ten-game point streak in this shortened season, chances are overwhelming that Columbus would not have made the top 25 in that list. Yet — 29 games in — the Blue Jackets are the proud owners of just such a streak, which is still alive thanks to a befuddling 1 – 0 victory over the Phoenix Coyotes at Nationwide Arena on Saturday night — the club’s first-ever 1-0 shootout win.