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The Columbus Blue Jackets look to buck history Wednesday night as they start their third playoff series in club history. Round one pits the Jackets against a familiar foe: the Pittsburgh Penguins, the defending Stanley Cup champions and one of Columbus’ biggest rivals.

Columbus Blue Jackets and the Stanley Cup Playoffs

Apr 12, 2017
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The Columbus Blue Jackets are back in the Stanley Cup playoffs for the first time since 2014 after their best season in franchise history. They'll be facing off against the defending champions of the cup, the Pittsburgh Penguins.

Join us today as we discuss the history of the Stanley Cup and how the Blue Jackets are looking to shape up in the playoffs. 

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Columbus Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella has temporarily left the team because of a family emergency. 

Blue Jackets Win Streak Ends At 16 Games

Jan 6, 2017
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The Pittsburgh Penguins remain in sole possession of the longest winning streak in NHL history. That's after the Columbus Blue Jackets lost Thursday night for the first time since late November.

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It's Sweet 16 for the Columbus Blue Jackets.

The Blue Jackets now own the second-longest winning streak in NHL history at 16 games, one off the league record set by the 1992-93 Pittsburgh Penguins.

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After winning away games both Friday and Sunday, the Columbus Blue Jackets hockey team hikes to a 20-5-4 season record. They bring their so-far successful run back to Nationwide Arena on Tuesday night for the start of four home games.

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The Columbus Blue Jackets start a new season Thursday night. The Jackets open the season at home inside Nationwide Arena against the Boston Bruins, and expectations are down following a 2015-2016 season that ended with the Jackets as one of the league's worst teams.

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Many of the world’s best hockey players will be inside Nationwide Arena Friday night for a match between the USA and Canada as the teams get ready for the World Cup of Hockey that starts next week. But comments by Columbus Blue Jackets' and Team USA coach John Tortorella have taken most of the headlines leading up to the game.

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John Tortorella's first game as head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets went about as well as the team's first seven contests.

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The Columbus Blue Jackets were expected to be serious Stanley Cup playoff contenders following an injury-plagued season. However, they are still seeking their first victory of the current season following a 7-3 loss to Ottawa.

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The Columbus Blue Jackets open their 2015-2016 season Friday night when they take on the Rangers in Nationwide Arena. It’s another season of high expectations for the Blue Jackets, who missed the playoffs last season.

The Columbus Blue Jackets Finally Have A Captain

May 22, 2015
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After three years, the Columbus Blue Jackets finally have a captain. On Wednesday, the club named Nick Foligno as its new captain, the first since its previous captain Rick Nash was traded to the New York Rangers following the 2011-12 season.

Blue Jackets Watching Playoffs From Home After Down Season

Apr 16, 2015
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The National Hockey League playoffs are underway, but the Columbus Blue Jackets are watching from home after an injury-riddled season.

Senior point guard Aaron Craft joins WOSU Public Media’s Steve Brown and Thomas Bradley to talk about his career at Ohio State. Craft has stolen and harassed his way into the permanent memory of OSU basketball fans. The pesky senior point guard known for his great defense plays his final game in Value City Arena on Sunday. We caught up with him to talk about his four years at OSU, Taco Tuesdays and being one of the most hated college players in recent history. Craft and fellow senior Lenzelle Smith Jr. are preparing for their final regular season game as a college basketball player. Is there truth to the rumor that Craft could pull a “Greg Paulus” and play some college football this year?

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Ohio State basketball was in some trouble in January. They lost games they should not have. They not only lost them, they looked terrible. Dropping six games in January, the Buckeyes seem to be back on track. With wins over Iowa and Wisconsin, the Buckeyes are once again in position to compete near the top of the Big Ten conference.

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