Their objective from the outset has been to make this one of the truly memorable All-Star celebrations in history, and from the appearance of things, whether it was the 5K run this morning or the Snow Slide or the rink at All-Star Winter Park or the Fan Fest at the convention center, they seem to be well on their way to achieving that objective.
The Blue Jackets have always been, like so many of our teams, committed to community endeavors and our joint legacy project, the hockey-themed treehouse, that we dedicated yesterday at Ronald McDonald House here in Columbus is yet another example of devotion to this great city
The Blue Jackets have given fans a lot to do over the course of All-Star weekend with Winter Park presented by Worthington Industries in full swing. But with fans from all over the world pouring into Columbus along with the league’s best players, it’s no surprise the National Hockey League is in on the fan-fun as well.
NHL Fan Fair opened to all fans on Friday at the Greater Columbus Convention Center. Hockey fans enjoyed the block-party like atmosphere inside the Convention Center with a variety of skill games, jersey displays, and all of the NHL’s various trophies on display, including the Stanley Cup.