Columbus Blue Jackets

Overview
Season Recap:
Win: 29 Losses: 46
Goals: 198
SV%: .899
Feature Game
September 24 7:00 PM ET
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Pittsburgh Penguins
Next Game
September 26 7:00 PM ET
Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Carolina Hurricanes
Schedule
Upcoming Schedule
3/31 vs. NJD, 7:00 PM CT
4/2 vs. NYI, 7:00 PM CT
4/4 vs. PIT, 2:00 PM CT
4/6 at NYR, 7:00 PM CT
4/8 vs. TOR, 7:30 PM CT
Previous Results
3/28 win at STL 4 - 2
3/27 win at CHI 5 - 2
3/24 win vs. ANA 5 - 3
3/21 win at CAL 3 - 2
3/19 win at VAN 6 - 2
Columbus Blue Jackets Full Schedule
Team Leaders
Standings
NameWLOTLPtsGFGAHomeAwayDiv
New York Rangers 47 20 7 101 226 172 23-9 24-11 19-5
Pittsburgh Penguins 41 23 11 93 207 188 22-12 19-11 9-13
New York Islanders 44 27 5 93 230 211 23-14 21-13 20-5
Washington Capitals 40 25 10 90 218 186 21-12 19-13 15-8
Philadelphia Flyers 30 29 17 77 198 219 21-9 9-20 9-12
Columbus Blue Jackets 36 35 4 76 207 232 14-20 22-15 11-11
New Jersey Devils 31 32 12 74 167 192 18-12 13-20 10-11
Carolina Hurricanes 28 36 10 66 173 202 17-15 11-21 11-11
Injuries
NameInjuryDetails
Rene Bourque other-excused will miss the remainder of the season
Jack Skille shoulder is on injured reserve and will miss the remainder of the season
Nathan Horton back is on injured reserve and will miss the entire season
Jared Boll other-excused will be eligible to return for Thursday's game against the NY Islanders
Matt Calvert concussion is on injured reserve
David Clarkson oblique will miss at least 4-6 weeks
Ryan Murray other-excused is questionable for Tuesday's game against New Jersey.
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