Found September 10, 2013 on
Under new management the Jackets went with a very interesting direction this past draft and I really liked it. There is no real âcorrectâ way to draft, and if there ever was then the person who figured it out would sit in an Iron Throne and rule the seven kingdoms. The Jackets took some chances on players TSN and other scouting operations gave little respect and I donât find it at all odd th...
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In a surprise change in club policy, the Columbus Blue Jackets announced at Sunday’s Fan Fest that they will not be selling any single game tickets to their National Hockey League games against the Pittsburgh Penguins. Single game tickets that have already been sold will be refunded at a date to be determined in 2018, and only CBJ ticket...
Things have changed with the Columbus Blue Jackets, not so long ago the lovable losers of the NHL.
''We feel, going into the season right now, that we have every right to win as much as anybody else does,'' said John Davidson, the club's director of hockey operations. ''I'm not sure that feeling was there going into last season.''
Yea so we got trolled by this blog post under the " satire," rules of the Internet. And then some other Columbus Blue Jackets blog jobbed us.
Pens Fans and Satire / “ PENSBLOG: Blue Jackets pull single-game Penguin tickets off of Market. Via [ The Dar... http://t.co/HQ1h52214F”
— DKM Hockey (@DKM_Hockey) September 9, 2013
In the Summer of 2012, the Columbus Blue Jackets made a move that shook the very foundation of the organization for years to come. The team dealt their star forward and captain, Rick Nash, to the New York Rangers in exchange for Artem Anisimov, Brandon Dubinsky, Tim Erixon and a 2013 first-round draft pick that became Windsor Spitfires LW Kerby Rychel. Only time will tell if the...
I knew that the Grand Rapids Griffins signed David McIntyre to join their slate of AHL veterans, but this is news to me, per Octopus Thrower's Peter Fish (via RedWingsFeed):
Grand Rapids Griffins Sign Kevin Lynch
Kevin Lynch was drafted in the second round of the 2009 Draft by the Columbus Blue Jackets and went on to play four years at the University of Michigan.