nb游戏平台 In June of next year, the unnamed Seattle NHL franchise will make their selections in the 2021 NHL Expansion Draft. As was the case with the Vegas expansion in 2017, the Columbus Blue Jackets will lose a player.
On Feb. 13, 2013, the Columbus Blue Jackets announced Jarmo Kekalainen as their third general manager in franchise history. Since taking over the role, he and his drafting team have been responsible for a total of seven drafts, all of which have had their expected ups and downs.
This past decade saw the culture and attitude of the Blue Jackets organization change significantly. They made the playoffs just once between 2010 and 2014, then made it three years in a row from 2016 to 2019 and were in a playoff spot this season when the NHL season was suspended.
John Tortorellanb游戏平台: confident, short-tempered, witty, in-your-face, passionate, and intense. These are just some of the adjectives used to describe the current head coach of the Columbus Blue Jackets, in the midst of his fifth season with the team.
Nothing like a trip down memory lane in a time of quarantine. The Columbus Blue Jackets have a first-round draft pick this upcoming offseason after not having one in the summer of 2019, and this has put us in the mood to revisit all of the other choices the club has made in its history.
Zach Werenskinb游戏平台 has spent his entire (albeit short) Columbus Blue Jackets career proving time and time again that he is truly a talent to behold. When Werenski entered the NHL Draft, many believed he would develop into a strong defenseman at the NHL level, but few believed he would be among elite talent as quickly as he has.