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The Blue Jackets moved into the Metropolitan Division of the Eastern Conference in the 2013–14 season after spending its first 13 seasons in the Central Division of the Western Conference. The other teams in the Metropolitan Division consist of the Carolina Hurricanes, New Jersey Devils, New York Islanders, New York Rangers, Philadelphia Flyers, Pittsburgh Penguins and Washington Capitals, the latter six of which once composed the old Patrick Division. [68][69] On April 9, 2014, the Blue Jackets clinched their second playoff spot in franchise history by winning a 3–1 game against the Dallas Stars. [93] Under his captaincy, the Blue Jackets started their season with a strong 7–3–0 record in their first ten games, even defeating the eventual Stanley Cup champions Colorado Avalanche in back-to-back games. [94][95] Despite an improved offense and scoring capabilities, issues with defense and special teams caught up with the team as the season progressed, [96] finishing among the top 10 teams with the highest goals against average. [97] On April 16, 2022, they were officially eliminated from playoff contention when the Washington Capitals defeated the Montreal Canadiens. This game was also noted for being a game resumed after being postponed on March 10, 2014, due to Rich Peverley's cardiac event in which the Blue Jackets led 1–0. The NHL decided to keep the goal scored by Nathan Horton and resumed the game with a full 60 minutes. Nathan Horton made history by being credited for scoring a goal while not suiting up for the game. [70] The Blue Jackets faced the Pittsburgh Penguins in the first round (Eastern Conference Quarter-finals) of the 2014 Stanley Cup playoffs. This series had a trend that was noted for making 3–1 leads end up as 4–3 loss. Game 1 and 2 were at the Consol Energy Center in downtown Pittsburgh. The Blue Jackets made a large jump in history when Jack Johnson scored the first goal of the game. [29] On the morning of the draft, Columbus traded the third-overall pick and the option to flip draft spots in 2003 to the Florida Panthers; in return, Columbus received the first-overall pick, which they used to select Rick Nash. [30] The 2002–03 season started with Columbus putting up a 7–5–1–1 record after the first 14 games. [31] However, as expectations from their fans grew higher, the team came back to mediocrity, finishing last in the Central Division for the third consecutive season with 69 points and missing the playoffs once again. [32] Dave King, who had been the team's head coach since their debut in 2000, was fired mid-season and replaced by general manager Doug MacLean. The civic leaders told Bettman that they would not be willing to foot the bill for the team if the referendum failed. However, just after the meeting adjourned, John H. McConnell (one of those who entered the bid) privately guaranteed Bettman that an arena would be built, referendum or not. [10] Columbus' hopes for the bid dimmed when the May referendum failed. However, Nationwide announced on May 31, 1997, that it would finance the $150-million arena. Subsequently, on June 25, 1997, the NHL announced that Columbus would receive a new franchise. [4] Afterwards a "Name the Team" contest was held with the help of Wendy's throughout central Ohio during the month of August 1997. " An additional star atop the stick represented Columbus's status as state capital. [11] From 2003 to 2015, the team's jerseys featured an alternate logo, a Civil War cap with crossed hockey sticks, on the shoulders. Since their inception, the Blue Jackets have worn navy and white jerseys with red pants. The jerseys have been tweaked numerous times over the years, mainly in the crest and striping treatment. Fans | Washington Capitals | Washington Capitals The Blue Jackets' name and logos are inspired by Ohio's Civil War history. [6] The Blue Jackets play their home games at Nationwide Arena in downtown Columbus, which opened in 2000. They are affiliated with the Cleveland Monsters[7] of the AHL. Franchise history[edit] Building a new franchise (1997–2000)[edit] Prior to the establishment of the Blue Jackets, the last NHL team in the state of Ohio was the Cleveland Barons, who played from 1976 to 1978. Columbus Blue Jackets Davidge became co-host of Blue Jackets Live, the televised pre-game, intermission at the bottom of the crest signifies Columbus as Ohio's capital. The ... ^ "The ins and outs of the Expansion Draft". ESPN. June 13, 2000. Archived from the original on September 4, 2015. Retrieved June 19, 2008. ^ "Blue Jackets fill roster in expansion draft". June 23, 2000. Archived from the original on February 19, 2015. Retrieved June 19, 2008. ^ "Blue Jackets, Wild stock rosters, deal". June 24, 2000. Retrieved June 19, 2008. ^ "Roloson's friends in Ontario are following his playoff exploits closely". The Canadian Press. June 3, 2006. Retrieved June 19, 2008. [dead link] ^ Shactman, Brian A. Retrieved May 20, 2008. ^ Miller, Rusty (May 7, 2008). "Public memorial honors Blue Jackets owner McConnell". Associated Press. Archived from the original on October 24, 2008. Retrieved June 19, 2008. ^ a b c d "Naming a Team: The Story Behind the Blue Jackets Name". Archived from the original on February 23, 2015. Retrieved January 5, 2014. Washington Capitals - Columbus Blue Jackets Head to Head You can watch live sport on your mobile, tablet or desktop including Soccer, Tennis and Basketball. All you need is a funded account or to have placed a bet in ...


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