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The Columbus Blue Jackets haven’t been asked yet, but if they do, team President of Hockey Operations  John Davidson has joined various other NHL executives in throwing his hat in the ring as a possibility of hosting an outdoor game. On Sunday, the league officially announced the rescheduling of...

Cody Goloubef’s slap shot will never be confused for a cannon. He calls it more of a “half-swing pitching wedge slapper.” But the second-year defenseman used it to perfection with a shot from the right point to notch his first NHL goal in the second period of the Blue...

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...

1, Chicago (9-0-2, LW 2) – The Blackhawks are the only NHL team who hasn’t lost during regulation. There’s no question about the continued play of Patrick Kane (eight goals, 18 points in first 11 games).  If Corey Crawford can continue his hot start (1.82 GAA) in the postseason,...

1. San Jose (7-0-1, LW 2) – Patrick Marleau continues to lead the way for the Sharks offense, but what really sticks out is the play of the team’s defense, which tops the league in goals against percentage. An early showdown will be Tuesday with the Sharks host the Blackhawks....

Chicago (5-0-0) (LW NR) – Team is loaded with offensive talent and more importantly, goalie Corey Crawford is playing well. The Blackhawks already have wins over Los Angeles, Phoenix and St. Louis. And with Patrick Kane, Marian Hossa and Jonathan Toews, the Blackhawks look tough to stop. San Jose...