The Columbus Blue Jackets' lone six-game win streak came seven seasons ago.
It's been nearly that long since Roberto Luongo won at Columbus.
The surging Blue Jackets can match the franchise's longest run Tuesday night and hand the visiting Vancouver Canucks a fifth straight defeat, with Luongo set to make his first start in over a week.
Columbus (10-12-4) swept a weekend home-and-home series with Detroit, winning 3-0 at home Saturday and 3-2 in a road shootout Sunday. The Blue Jackets' 12 points during a 5-0-2 surge match their point total from their first 19 games.
"Guys are working really hard," coach Todd Richards said. "They earned all the points that we've gotten over the past six, seven games or whatever it is."
Columbus last won six straight March 24-April 3, 2006.
Vancouver (11-7-6) enters on an 0-2-2 slide and has not dropped five straight since an 0-5-3 stretch Jan. 9-31, 2009. The Canucks have scored two or fewer goals in every contest of this skid, falling 4-2 at M...