The consistency of the Columbus Blue Jackets has been minimal, but returning players Horton, Dubinsky and Gaborik hold the key to increased on-ice talent.
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The Columbus Blue Jackets have been without Brandon Dubinsky for two weeks. Now with his team having dropped 2 of 3, Dubinsky is almost ready to return.
The Columbus Blue Jackets again looked sub-par last night in Vancouver, falling 6-2, with just 16 shots on net. The Jackets are now 2-2 after 4 games of their 5 game Canadian […]
The Columbus Blue Jackets have not been very good lately, after jumping out to a respectable, if unspectacular 5-5-0 record the Jackets have since dropped 6 of their last 7 […]
We’ve now played a full month of the Blue Jackets season. The team stands at 5-6-0 and is tied for 10th in the Eastern Conference Standings, just 1 point out of the […]
Brandon Dubinsky is not a thug. After Sunday night’s game, some may have thought so, after he laid out Saku Koivu of the Anaheim Ducks. The play was one that […]
The Columbus Blue Jackets Notebook is back for another spin. The Jackets are 2-4-0 through their first 6 games. After a start of 2-5-1 last year, I hope we’re not […]
The Columbus Blue Jackets played their first measuring stick game of the 2013-14 season at home, during the day, against the reigning Eastern Conference Champion Boston Bruins, and in a […]
When my friends and family ask me why I know so much useless trivia or minute stats and details about sports, I have a couple standby answers. First is that […]
The Columbus Blue Jackets have not filled their vacant captaincy position since trading away Rick Nash, the original “face of the franchise” in July of 2012. Brandon Dubinsky was an […]
Revenge for 2009. Detroit’s oriental life will reignite the dwindling but constant fire between the Red Wings and Penguins. Rivalries are born in the playoffs, and they transform into […]
Vinny Prospal has caused much digital ink to be spilled in Columbus over the past two years. His addition was a late one prior to the 2011-2012 season (a replacement […]