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POSTED ON Tuesday, 10.22.2013 / 3:30 PM
By Kristyn Repke - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today


Welcome back to Trivia Tuesday!

We have a busy week coming up with five games in eight days, so let's not waste any time and solve last week's question.

The question was what was the Blue Jackets' away record during the 2012-13 regular season. The answer? They were 10-12-2 on the road. 

Congratulations to Serrina Teran, who had the correct answer and won a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team!

With that, let's move on to this week's trivia question.

The Blue Jackets are starting to get into the rhythm of the regular season, having played eight games already--including three last week. Several players are emerging as early standouts, while others are still learning where they fit into the Blue Jackets system. With that being said, this week's question is the following:

QUESTION: What was the No. 1 play in this week's CBJ Top 5 plays?

Same rules as apply: fill out the form below with the correct answer, click submit and you are automatically entered to win a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team. Good luck!


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POSTED ON Tuesday, 10.15.2013 / 3:00 PM
By Kristyn Repke - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today


Welcome back to Trivia Tuesday!

We have a busy week coming up with five games in eight days, so let's not waste any time and solve last week's question.

The question we asked took you all the way back to the first photo we ever posted on our Instagram account. What event was taking place in the photo? The answer: dress rehearsal for Black Tie Blue Jackets fashion show.

Congratulations to Coty Zahnle, who answered correctly and won a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team!

With that, let's move on to this week's trivia question.

The Blue Jackets left yesterday for their first big road trip of the 2013-14 season. They'll head to Detroit, then Montreal and round out the trip at Washington, D.C. before heading home for four games. The team is 2-0 on the road as of today (Oct. 15) and are looking to improve upon their away record from last season.

QUESTION: What was the Blue Jackets' away record last season in 2012-13?

Same rules as apply: fill out the form below with the correct answer, click submit and you are automatically entered to win a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team. Good luck!


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POSTED ON Tuesday, 10.08.2013 / 3:30 PM
By Kristyn Repke - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

Welcome to this week's edition of Trivia Tuesday!

Before we get to this week's trivia, let's go back and answer the question from last week.

We asked which months in the calendar year to the Blue Jackets players on the current roster not celebrate a teammate's birthday. The correct answer: no players have birthdays during the months of August and November.

Congratulations to Mary-Kate O'Shea, who was last week's winner and won a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team!

With that, it's time to move on to this week's trivia question.

The start of the season is a fun time for everyone--hockey is back and so much is happening with the team and at Nationwide Arena. One of the main places to see all the action, including what happens behind-the-scenes? The Blue Jackets Instagram account (@BlueJacketsNHL). With over 1,440 photos and videos, we've captured everything from the locker room, to team-only events, closed skates, off-ice moments and more. With that being said...

QUESTION: What event is taking place in the Blue Jackets' first ever Instagram photo?

Same rules as always: fill out the form below with the correct answer, click submit and you are automatically entered to win a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team. Good luck!


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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.05.2013 / 11:00 PM
By Rob Mixer - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

Boy, didn't this one feel familiar?

I know what you were thinking after Matt Moulson gave the Islanders a 2-0 lead late in the second period. Things did not look good for the Blue Jackets at the time and a two-goal rally was going to be quite the task in the final 20 minutes. But as they did many times last season, they kept the deficit manageable and gave themselves an opportunity to chip away.

The power play stepped up and delivered a huge goal - exactly what Todd Richards and his staff want to see from that unit - and began to reverse the flow a bit. Letestu's snap wrister not only brought the Blue Jackets within a goal but it gave them a real sense of belief that a comeback was in the cards, and Letestu said as much after the game. Despite some cases of lopsided play, the Blue Jackets were never "out of control" in this game. They just needed something to get them going and the power play did just that.

So, what went right and what went wrong? Let's talk it out...

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POSTED ON Saturday, 10.05.2013 / 10:00 PM
By Kristyn Repke - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

Welcome to the newest post-game series on BlueJackets.com: By The Numbers. Here, we'll break down the most important facts, figures and statistics from that night's game. Despite the final score, there's more to the game's story than the numbers on the scoreboard.

Here's a look at some of the most interesting and notable statistics and numbers in the battle between the Columbus Blue Jackets and the New York Islanders in Uniondale, NY...

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POSTED ON Friday, 10.04.2013 / 10:00 PM
By Rob Mixer - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

The Blue Jackets did not have their best tonight. They did not bring the same game that nearly got them into the Stanley Cup playoffs last spring, and they were a bit timid and sloppy out of the gate on opening night at Nationwide Arena.

But, they did a fine job in righting the ship late in the first period and seemed to have things straightened out early in the second period. They got back to their heavy forechecking game and forced the Flames defense into mistakes, but were unable to beat Joey MacDonald for a third time until the waning minutes of regulation. 

Richards said post-game that there's no sense in feeling sorry about this game, and for good reason: the Blue Jackets are right back on the ice tomorrow night, and will serve as the opening night guests of the New York Islanders. They face another fast team that likes to push the pace, and right now, there's no better remedy than to get back at it (and in short order).

So, what went well and what didn't go all that great? Here are some post-game nuggets...

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POSTED ON Friday, 10.04.2013 / 10:00 PM
By Kristyn Repke - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

Welcome to the newest post-game series on BlueJackets.com: By The Numbers. Here, we'll break down the most important facts, figures and statistics from that night's game. Despite the final score, there's more to the game's story than the numbers on the scoreboard.

Here's a look at some of the most interesting and notable statistics and numbers in the battle between the Calgary Flames and the Blue Jackets.

1 - Career NHL goal by the Flames' rookie Sean Monahan, their 2013 first-round NHL Draft pick. It was also the first goal of the game.

2 - The number of points and penalties Jack Johnson had on the night, which earned him the second star of the game.

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POSTED ON Friday, 10.04.2013 / 6:30 PM
By Rob Mixer & Kristyn Repke - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today
 
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POSTED ON Friday, 10.04.2013 / 10:30 AM
By Rob Mixer - BlueJackets.com / CBJ Today

The first morning skate of the 2013-14 Blue Jackets season is in the books.

Opening night is mere hours away and the mood throughout the locker room is one of high anticipation. The players have sat around the last three days, watching other NHL teams get their seasons started and it has made them more than ready to drop the puck tonight against Calgary.

Here's what you already know: Sergei Bobrovsky is tonight's starting goaltender for the Blue Jackets. We'll wait and see from the Flames side, but Karri Ramo played last night in their 5-4 shootout loss in Washington. It could mean a start for veteran Joey MacDonald, but nothing is set in stone just yet.

Blue Jackets coach Todd Richards confirmed that Fedor Tyutin will not play tonight. In his spot, David Savard draws in over Tim Erixon. The decision wasn't an easy one, but Richards' reasoning: "we all thought (the coaching staff) that David had a better camp than Tim."

Read on for tonight's Blue Jackets lineup, injury updates & more...

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POSTED ON Friday, 10.04.2013 / 7:00 AM

 

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