When did the Blue Jackets win their first playoff game?

When did the Blue Jackets win their first playoff game?

2014 Round 1, Game 2: Calvert wins it for Jackets.

Who won the Penguins Flyers game last night?

Recap: Pens beat Flyers 7-3 on strength of Sidney Crosby’s two goal night – PensBurgh.

Who did the Blue Jackets lose in free agency?

— to be conjured all over again. After the 2018-19 season, forwards Artemi Panarin and Matt Duchene and goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky all opted to leave the Blue Jackets to sign elsewhere as free agents.

Are the Columbus Blue Jackets still in the Stanley Cup playoffs?

The Stanley Cup playoffs have begun and the Blue Jackets are not part of them for the first time in five years. There is also an Ohio connection with Carolina Hurricanes goalie Alex Nedeljkovic, who’s from the Cleveland area, but this is a Blue Jackets-oriented look at the 2021 playoffs.

What does blue jacket mean?

: an enlisted man in the navy : sailor.

Are Blue Jackets out of playoffs?

With the Columbus Blue Jackets eliminated from the Stanley Cup Playoffs and a week deep into offseason, fans in Central Ohio could be forgiven for checking out on happenings at various rinks until the NHL Draft Lottery.

How many Stanley Cups do the Blue Jackets have?


How many times have the Blue Jackets made the playoffs?

The Blue Jackets have made the playoffs four straight seasons but only reached the second round once during that time—a 2019 loss to the Boston Bruins.

Did the Columbus Blue Jackets make the 2021 playoffs?

On April 22, the Blue Jackets were eliminated from playoff contention for the first time since the 2015–16 season, after a 3–1 loss to the Tampa Bay Lightning. …

Who will be in the NHL playoffs 2020?

NHL playoff bracket 2020: Updated TV schedule, scores, results for the Stanley Cup playoffs. After almost two months in the bubble, the Stanley Cup playoffs are down to the final two teams: the Dallas Stars and the Tampa Bay Lightning.

Has there ever been no Stanley Cup a year?

The 1919 Stanley Cup Finals was the ice hockey play-off series to determine the 1919 Stanley Cup champions. No champion was declared; the series was cancelled due to an outbreak of Spanish flu after five games had been played.

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