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When President Abraham Lincoln requested the state of Ohio to raise ten regiments at the outbreak of the Civil War, the state responded by raising a total of 23 volunteer infantry regiments. The Columbus Blue Jackets were named to celebrate Ohio’s patriotism and rich Civil War history.

In 2000, the Blue Jackets were founded as an expansion team, which plays in the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference of the NHL. Like other expansion teams, the Blue Jackets, too, have struggled in the beginning. They have however qualified thrice for the playoffs.

The Blue Jackets are ready for their time to shine this upcoming season. With a talented young core, Columbus has their sights set on bringing home a Stanley Cup trophy. Division rivals, the Pittsburgh Penguins,the New York Rangers, and the Detroit Red Wings will look to stand in the Blue Jackets' way.

Grab your Columbus Blue Jackets tickets and head over to Nationwide Arena to lead your team to victory.

Memorable Moments in the Columbus Blue Jackets History –

It may be hard to find the Blue Jackets memorable moments amongst the sea of those teams with big Stanley Cup wins, nevertheless, the team is not without its iconic moments.

First Stanley Cup Playoff berth –It was April 8, 2009, and the Blue Jackets were up against the Chicago Blackhawks at the United Center, Chicago. The Blackhawks had the home field advantage, but the Blue Jackets defeated them 4-3. It was a historic shootout win, which got the Blue Jackets their first Stanley Cup playoff berth.

Returning to Playoffs –On April 9, 2014, at the America Airlines Center, Dallas, the Blue Jackets clinched their second playoff spot in the franchise history by defeating the Dallas Stars 3-1.

Columbus Blue Jackets Archrivals –

It takes time and competitiveness to build a great rivalry. Since the Blue Jackets are one of the newest teams in the NHL and have qualified for the playoffs only thrice, therefore, they do not have a historic rivalry yet. Nonetheless, they have a budding rivalry with,

Pittsburgh Penguins – Some of the greatest rivalries in professional sports have been born between teams that have often met in the playoffs. The Blue Jackets-Penguins rivalry is one such competition where the two teams have met twice in the playoffs. The teams first met for the 2013-14 NHL season. This was the Blue Jackets second playoff appearance. Lack of experience and other factors made them lose to the Penguins in the first round (4-2). The rivals met again in the playoffs for the 2016-17 season and the Blue Jackets were defeated again in the first round (4-1).

Detroit Red Wings – The Columbus Blue Jacket-Detroit Red Wings rivalry is also a post-season rivalry. The Blue Jackets qualified for the post-season games for the very first time in the 2008-09 season. The Red Wings were the reigning Stanley Cup Champions and defeated the inexperienced Blue Jackets in the Conference Quarterfinals (4-0).

Philadelphia Flyers – The Flyers are the divisional rivals of the Blue Jackets. What makes this rivalry interesting is the fact that many Blue Jackets have previously played as Flyers and vice versa. However, ever since the Blue Jackets have joined the Metropolitan Division, they have beaten the Flyers convincingly.

Columbus Blue Jackets Best Players –

The Blue Jackets as an expansion team may have struggled in the league, but they have produced a number of players who have gone to make exceptional careers in Columbus.

Rick Nash – Nash has been Blue Jackets all-time leader in games played, points, assists and goals. As a Blue Jacket, he was an NHL All-Star in 2004, 2007, 2008, 2009 and 2011.

Ryan Johansen – In his first two seasons as a Blue Jacket, Johansen scored a combined 33 points in 107 games. In his next two seasons, he posted 134 points in 164 games. Johansen was drafted fourth overall in the 2010 NHL Entry Draft. And though it took him some years to develop, he nonetheless turned into a forced to be reckoned with on ice.

Sergei Bobrovsky – The famous goaltender from Russia was able to cement himself as one of the best Blue Jackets of all time in three short seasons. In his first year as the Blue Jacket, Bobrovsky was named the winner of the 2012-13 Vezina Trophy. This trophy is awarded annually to that NHL goaltender who is adjudged to be the best at this position.

Columbus Blue Jackets Live Games –

At the heart of the thriving Arena District, Nationwide Arena is a spectacular place to watch a hockey game. Nationwide is the only arena in the NHL to offer a 70-foot, glass-enclosed atrium, open lobbies, and concourses that allow fans a great view of the ice as soon as they walk through the door. Dont wait for the regular season to experience Nationwide. Get your Blue Jackets preseason tickets and playoff tickets. With the thriving Arena district, fans are guaranteed to have a good time before and after any Blue Jacket contest.

The Blue Jackets have been in the playoffs the last two years in a row. During the 2018 Stanley Cup Playoffs the Blue Jackets were the Wild Card team against the Washington Capitols. They lost the series 4-2. Starting the upcoming NHL season on a high note, the Blue Jackets are predicted to go past the playoff stage.

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