2018-19 Player Review: Sergei Bobrovsky delivers a rollercoaster final (?) season for the Columbus Blue Jackets
If that was his last season as a Blue Jacket, it was a pretty good one
We all love you Matt Duchene; please stay here. Your only playoff success came here; Nashville can’t offer that.
2018-2019 Blue Jackets Season in Review
BJA lit up the scoreboard
It was a heck of a season for Nick Foligno, both on the ice and off of it for the Blue Jackets captain.
2018-19 Player Review: Joonas Korpisalo had a decent season, but he’s going to be in a battle for the net next season
Joonas Korpisalo played alright this season but he saw limited action down the stretch. With a fight for the net next season, can he assert himself?
Nuti was called upon to play more of a defensive role this season
He was acquired for defensive depth, and McQuaid could have been useful late in the playoffs.
2018-19 Player Review: Lukas Sedlak had a disappointing season for the Blue Jackets before leaving for the KHL
Lukas Sedlak lost out on his fourth line spot midway through the season, and has already gone back to the KHL.
Get it? Center? Ah, shut up
The Finn had a much better first half than the second
You might not realize that Oliver Bjorkstrand’s strong scoring second-half put him in pretty exclusive company.
2018-19 Player Review: Deja vu, Ryan Murray plays well before he gets hurt and misses the rest of the season with an undisclosed injury
Ryan Murray was great when he was in the in the lineup. Unfortunately, he wasn’t in the lineup enough (or at all down the stretch when the team needed him most).
The former Buckeye may have needed more time to adjust
Pierre-Luc Dubois, already through two NHL seasons, continues to elevate his young stardom around the league.
2018-19 Player Review: Brandon Dubinsky has bad regular season before an unexpected playoff resurgence
Dubinsky, bad for most of the season, suddenly became one of the most valuable players on the roster in the playoffs.
Has he earned a lineup spot next season?
Alexander Wennberg is an enigma, and you wonder how much longer he realistically has in Columbus.
It’s been a fun ride
2018-19 Player Review: Zach Werenski plays fine in his first year back from major shoulder surgery, everyone freaks out anyway
He’s 21 years old, having his first healthy offseason in his career, and just a restricted free agent. He’s going to be just fine.
Though low on the defensive totem pole, Harrington turned in a career season
Seth Jones is the Blue Jackets No. 1 defenseman, and one of the best young players across the NHL.
Jarmo swung big at the deadline, but the team came up short. Were his moves worth it?