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2018 NHL Free Agency
A collection of 11 articles
Blue Jackets re-sign BJORKSTRAND
Pale Dragon celebrates
Ryan Murray accepts Blue Jackets’ qualifying offer
The blue liner gets a one year deal
Monsters on the Market
During the first few days of free agency, Cleveland fans saw a small percentage of the Monsters sign back with the team. The rest? One was traded, two took their talents to other teams, and seven sit in free agency limbo.
Report: Blue Jackets Sign Anthony Duclair
The former Blackhawk will be headed to Columbus.
Blue Jackets and Riley Nash agree on three-year deal
Yeah, not that other R. Nash. On first day of free agency around the NHL, the Jackets ink the other former Bruin.
Garret Cockerill Inks AHL Contract with Cleveland Monsters
The Cleveland Monsters announced the signing of defender Garret Cockerill to a one-year AHL only contract. Cockerill started the 2017-18 season as an alternate captain for Northeastern University. Thirteen games into the season, Cockerill left school and moved back home to Michigan where he would play a few games for
Brad Thiessen Returns to Backstop the Monsters for the 2018-19 Season
The Cleveland Monsters signed goaltender Brad Thiessen to an AHL only contract for the 2018-19 season. Early in the 2017-18 season, Thiessen was placed on injured reserve and was not reactivated by the time the end of the season rolled around. Despite being injured, he stayed actively involved with the
Dillon Simpson Becomes Third Defender Signed by Jackets During 2018 Free Agency
My how the tables have turned. Earlier today the Columbus Blue Jackets were down two defenders. Shortly after losing Ian Cole to the Colorado Avalanche and Jack Johnson to the Pittsburgh Penguins, the Jackets evened things out by picking up Adam Clendening and Tommy Cross. With the addition of Dillon
Adam Clendening Signs with Jackets
The Columbus Blue Jackets signed defender, Adam Clendening, to a one-year, two-way contract.
Jackets Sign Defender Tommy Cross
The Columbus Blue Jackets have signed defender Tommy Cross to a one-year, two-way contract. Cross was drafted by the Boston Bruins in the second round of the 2007 NHL Entry Draft. However, he did not sign a contract with the Bruins until April 11th, 2012. Since signing in 2012, Cross
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