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2018-2019 Blue Jackets Season in Review
A collection of 29 articles
2018-19 Player Review: Josh Anderson makes a big impact
BJA lit up the scoreboard
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
2018-19 Player Review: Markus Nutivaara was missed in the playoffs
Nuti was called upon to play more of a defensive role this season
2018-19 Player Review : Eric Robinson started out strong but was left riding the pine as the season ended
Eric Robinson kicked off the 2018-19 season with a bang by leading the Cleveland Monsters in points by the end of opening weekend. Scoring five points in three games is pretty impressive for a guy who only had one professional game under their belt at the start of the season.
2018-19 Player Review: David Savard provides a steady, quiet hand on defense
Ça va? Savard
2018 - 19 Player Review : Alexandre Texier showed superstar prowess in late season debut
The Columbus Blue Jackets drafter Alexandre Texier in the second round of the 2017 NHL entry draft. Two years later, Texier showed North America why he is as coveted prospect. Forty-eight hours after Liiga’s KalPa season ended, Texier made his North American professional hockey debut on the road in
2018-19 Player Review: Boone Jenner becomes a center of attention
Get it? Center? Ah, shut up
2018-19 Player Review: Markus Hännikäinen’s January injury dampens quiet season
The Finn had a much better first half than the second
2018-19 Player Review: Matt Duchene makes his mark in the playoffs, but will he stay in Columbus?
We all love you Matt Duchene; please stay here. Your only playoff success came here; Nashville can’t offer that.
2018-19 Player Review: Riley Nash joins the ranks of other disappointing CBJ free agent signings
On the first day of free agency last summer, the Columbus Blue Jackets did not make a big splash, but they did make what looked to be a very sensible pick-up to strengthen their center depth, by acquiring Riley Nash for three years at a $2.75 million a year.
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