State of the Union Blue Part 1: Goaltending State of the Union Blue Part 2: Defense State of the Union Blue Part 3: Forwards In the final part of this […]
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February 13, 2013 — the day that a wizard took the reigns as general manager of a struggling hockey franchise. On that faithful day, Jarmo Kekalainen was lured away from […]
For the second straight season, the Columbus Blue Jackets completed an entire season without a captain. That didn’t stop the Jackets from turning the corner, boisterously arriving in relevancy. And […]
How could a man who appeared in only 36 games this past season change the culture in Columbus? Despite an injury-marred 2013-14 campaign, Blue Jackets right winger Nathan Horton did […]
Is one player enough to pull a hockey team into the playoffs? No, this game is a team sport after all. Short of an all-world performance from a goalie, a […]
More fallout from the Olympic team snub of Bobby Ryan. [National Post] Reasoning for Jack Johnson’s omission. [Puck Daddy] Kyle Okposo thought he had a chance. [NY Daily News] Jason […]
Christmas is over, and the NHL is entering the second half of the 2013-14 season. The time for making holiday “wishlists” is now over. For the teams ready to compete […]
At the start of the 2013-14 campaign, I wrote a Blue Jackets wish list for the season. As we near the holidays, I feel it is a good time to […]
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.
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 […]
After last night’s marquee matchup and victory by the Philadelphia Flyers over the Pittsburgh Penguins, the idle Columbus Blue Jackets officially hit the bottom of the Metropolitan Division. On first […]
This season alone, the Bruins will face an absurd amount of former teammates from their 2011 Stanley Cup Championship run. All former teammates who switched jerseys this past offseason after playing a crucial role in the Bruins’ success in winning their first Stanley Cup in 39 years. However no matter what anyone says, there’s no bigger contest than tonight when the Bruins play against the Florida Panthers, anchored by goaltender Tim Thomas, the most important piece of the 2011 Bruins’ Championship team.