Evaluating John Tortorella at 1,200 NHL Games

The Columbus Blue Jackets and head coach John Tortorella have a funny thing in common. They each started in the year 2000. Of course the Blue Jackets began play at Nationwide Arena along with tonight’s opponent, the Minnesota Wild. That was the same year Tortorella started out as a head coach. Now 1,200 games later, […]

Blue Jackets Frustrated by Newest Vezina Contender

The Columbus Blue Jackets made history on Wednesday night. For the first time in the expansion era, the Blue Jackets unleashed at least 50 shots on goal in three straight games. Their third such game happened in Toronto where they delivered a staggering 57 shots on the Leafs’ net. Since 1955-56 when shots on goal […]

Critical Mistakes Dooming Blue Jackets

The Columbus Blue Jackets’ last two games can be summed up in just a few words. They are as follows: critical mistakes, losing momentum, failure to regain momentum. Repeat. This vicious cycle has plagued the Blue Jackets for far too long this season. It’s now to the point where many around the league wonder if […]