Our season preview ends here with asking the 5 questions that will help decide how the 2014-2015 season will go for the Columbus Blue Jackets. In Part 1, we chatted […]
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The 2013-2014 season for the Columbus Blue Jackets is one that will not be soon forgotten by the faithful. The season started out slowly. Injuries to key guys such as […]
Be sure to check out other instalments in our Big List Series THW’s Big List of Comeback Candidates THW’s Big List of Bust Candidates THW’s Big List of Breakout […]
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 […]
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.