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The play of Sergei Bobrovsky is continuing to open eyes around Nationwide Arena and the rest of the National Hockey League. After gaining the first star with his play last week, Bobrovsky has followed with allowing only four goals in 195 minutes of regulation and overtime play against Detroit,...

Columbus Blue Jackets forward Brandon Dubinsky said he had mixed results in his first game back in nearly a month from a knee injury. He played 19:36 and recorded two shots and five hits for the Blue Jackets in its 2-1 shootout loss to Vancouver Thursday night in front...

After taking a first-period shot to the knee against the Colorado Avalanche, Columbus Blue Jackets forward Artem Anisimov looked like he would spend the remainder of the game in the trainer’s room. Instead, the gritty forward iced his bruised knee and ended the game celebrating his game-winning power play...

The Blue Jackets have gone 1-3-1 on a six game homestand and Columbus Wired's Justin Boggs and Dave Seaman talk about how the team has had chances, but the puck has just not found the back of the net. They look at the past few games, what needs...

What a difference two days make. The Columbus Blue Jackets (3-5-1) put together their most complete game of the year with two goals from Artem Anisimov and a solid goaltending effort from Steve Mason to get past the Detroit Red Wings 4-2 Saturday night before 17, 612 at Nationwide...

In the latest edition of On the Bench, Columbus Wired’s Catrina Padget and Dave Seaman take a look at the  Blue Jackets recent road trip and the latest game against the Chicago Blackhawks.  They also talk about the early season goaltending and look ahead to the upcoming week.

After two disappointing road losses to Phoenix and Colorado, the Columbus Blue Jackets needed a better effort Saturday night against Chicago. They got the effort, but fell short on the scoreboard as the Blackhawks came away with a 3-2 victory in front a sellout crowd of 18,381 at Nationwide...

After two games, the Columbus Blue Jackets have shown that they are not going to go down without a fight. Facing a two-goal deficit, the Jackets battled back before falling 4-3 to the Detroit Red Wings in a shootout in front of 19,206—the largest regular season crowd in Nationwide...

In the season ending edition of ‘On The Bench’, Columbus Wired’s Dave Seaman and Dave Weissman discuss the Blue Jackets season, the goaltending situation and how the team will respond to that challenge, will Rick Nash still be in Columbus next season, the youngsters on the rise and more...