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  • LA Kings to have pride night March 1 vs. Blue Jackets

    LA Kings to have pride night March 1 vs. Blue Jackets

    The Los Angeles Kings will have pride night on March 1 against the Columbus Blue Jackets at the Staples Center. The Kings are offering a special pride night ticket package for only $40.  The Kings are welcoming people from the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer community to attend and all...
  • LA Kings trade Jeff Zatkoff to Blue Jackets

    LA Kings trade Jeff Zatkoff to Blue Jackets

    The Los Angeles Kings traded goaltender Jeff Zatkoff to the Columbus Blue Jackets for future considerations on Monday. Zatkoff, who played 13 games for the Kings in the 2016-17 season, had not seen any action so far this season with the Kings' American Hockey League affiliate, the Ontario Reign, as...
  • Dustin Brown off to an excellent start for the LA Kings

    Dustin Brown off to an excellent start for the LA Kings

    Los Angeles Kings right winger Dustin Brown is off to a marvelous start to the 2017-18 National Hockey League regular season. In the first 17 games to the season, Brown is averaging a point per game as he has eight goals and nine assists for 17 points. Never before has Brown averaged a point per...
  • LA Kings star Jeff Carter out long term with leg injury

    LA Kings star Jeff Carter out long term with leg injury

    Los Angeles Kings superstar Jeff Carter will be out long-term after suffering a serious leg injury on Thursday against the Montreal Canadiens. Carter was bodychecked by Canadiens defenseman Jeff Petry during the game, however, Petry's skate connected with Carter's lower leg. Carter suffered a deep...
  • Kings announce signing of Brooks Laich

    Kings announce signing of Brooks Laich

    The Los Angeles Kings have announced the signing of center Brooks Laich. The terms of the deal, which were announced on Thursday, are for one year and $650,000.  The Kings gave Laich a player tryout in early September. The 34 year-old played his first game with the Kings on Saturday night in a 6-...
  • Scott Hartnell 

    Predators sign Scott Hartnell from the Blue Jackets

    The Nashville Predators signed left winger Scott Hartnell from the Columbus Blue Jackets on Saturday. The terms of the deal are for one year and $1 million.  Hartnell is actually returning to the Predators. He played his first six National Hockey League seasons in the Music City.  The signing by the...
  • Artemi Panarin 

    Blackhawks trade Panarin to Blue Jackets for Saad

    The Chicago Blackhawks made a blockbuster trade with the Columbus Blue Jackets on Friday. The Blackhawks traded Artemi Panarin, Tyler Motte and a sixth round pick in the 2017 National Hockey League Entry Draft to the Blue Jackets for Brandon Saad, goaltender Anton Forsberg and a fifth round draft...
  • John Tortorella 

    Tortorella makes American hockey history

    John Tortorella of Boston, Massachusetts made American hockey history on Wednesday. Tortorella became the first American ever to win the Jack Adams Award (presented to the National Hockey League's coach of the year) twice.  Tortorella won the award this past season in 2017, as the head coach of the...
  • Tyler Toffoli 

    Kings re-sign Tyler Toffoli to a three year contract extension

    The Los Angeles Kings have signed Tyler Toffoli of Scarborough, Ontario to a three year contract extension. The terms of the deal are three years and $13.8 million. The contract, which was made official this past Wednesday, will see Toffoli earn $4.6 million in each of the next three seasons.  In...
  • Boone Jenner 

    Blue Jackets record first career regulation playoff victory

    The Columbus Blue Jackets made franchise history on Tuesday by winning their first ever playoff game that did not need extra time. The Blue Jackets beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-4 in game four of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals for their first ever regulation playoff win.  With the victory...
  • Guentzel records first hat trick of 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Guentzel records first hat trick of 2017 Stanley Cup Playoffs

    Jake Guentzel of Omaha, Nebraska became the first player in the 2017 Stanley Cup playoffs to record a hat trick. On Sunday, Guentzel notched three goals as the Pittsburgh Penguins beat the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-4 to take a 3-0 series lead in the Eastern Conference quarterfinals.  Guentzel recorded...
  • Guentzel making strong contributions for Pittsburgh Penguins

    Guentzel making strong contributions for Pittsburgh Penguins

    It appears the Pittsburgh Penguins may have a lot to like about rookie center Jake Guentzel of Omaha, Nebraska. A third round draft pick, 77th overall, in the 2013 National Hockey League Entry Draft, Guentzel shared his time with the Penguins and the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton Penguins of the American...
  • Phil Kessel 

    Kessel delivers for Penguins in game one of their playoff series vs. Columbus

    Phil Kessel of Madison, Wisconsin is continuing his impressive play in the Stanley Cup playoffs. After leading the National Hockey League with five power play goals and 98 shots on net during the 2016 Stanley Cup playoffs, Kessel played admirably in game one of the Pittsburgh Penguins' Eastern...
  • Lauri Korpikoski 

    Stars trade Korpikoski to Blue Jackets for Heatherington

    The Dallas Stars traded left winger Lauri Korpikoski of Turku, Finland on Wednesday to the Columbus Blue Jackets for prospect defenseman Dillon Heatherington of Calgary, Alberta. Korpikoski will now join his fifth team as he has also played for the New York Rangers, Edmonton Oilers and Arizona...
  • Kyle Quincey 

    Devils trade Quincey to Blue Jackets for Prout

    The New Jersey Devils traded defenseman Kyle Quincey of Kitchener, Ontario to the Columbus Blue Jackets for defenseman Dalton Prout of Kingsville, Ontario on Wednesday. Quincey has more experience than Prout as he played in the National Hockey League since the 2005-06 season.  In 53 games with the...
  • Zach Werenski 

    Zach Werenski sets Blue Jackets franchise record as a rookie

    There is no doubt that Columbus Blue Jackets rookie defenseman Zach Werenski has had a fine rookie season. However we are not even to 2017 as of yet and Werenski already has a Blue Jackets franchise record.  On Tuesday evening in the Blue Jackets' 4-3 win over the Boston Bruins, Werenski recorded...
  • Jaromir Jagr 

    Jagr ties Messier for second all-time in NHL points

    Jaromir Jagr of the Florida Panthers moved into second all-time in National Hockey League scoring on Tuesday. Jagr recorded three assists in a 4-3 Florida win over the Buffalo Sabres and in the process recorded his 1,887th point. Jagr is now tied with Mark Messier. However one must realize that...
  • Sergei Bobrovsky 

    Kings will look to stop hottest team in hockey

    The Los Angeles Kings might have their work cut out for themselves on Tuesday night when they play the Columbus Blue Jackets. Why? Well, believe it or not, but the Columbus Blue Jackets are the hottest team in the National Hockey League. Columbus has only made the playoffs twice since joining the...
  • John Tortorella 

    John Tortorella making a difference in Columbus

    When the Columbus Blue Jackets hired John Tortorella to be their head coach on Oct. 21, 2015, there was skepticism in the hockey world. Tortorella had not coached in the National Hockey League for a full season and was unsuccessful the previous year coaching the Vancouver Canucks.  However after...
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