Found July 28, 2013 on
Since signing Nathan Horton on the first day of free agency the Columbus Blue Jackets have been quiet in terms of adding talent from outside the organization. That has a lot to do with their current salary cap situation. Surprisingly, Columbus finds themselves with just a little more than $2MM in cap space. Thatâs unusual for a club not known for spending to the salary cap ceiling.
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This is the first segment of a three-part interview with Columbus Blue Jackets head coach Todd Richards.
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Marian Gaborik (acquired – 2009 unrestricted free agent...
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Things have really picked up over the last four or five entries in Trade Wars. I'm representing Division I and Division II; Richard Cloutier represents Division III, Division IV, and the Columbus Blue Jackets to maintain the 15-15 split. The goal: to complete one trade for each team.
So far, we have completed nine trades. Generally...