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NHL: Pens Clinch Playoff Spot

The Pittsburgh Penguins are heading back to the Stanley Cup Playoffs. The Pens lead by Sidney Crosby were able to clinch a spot after beating the Columbus Blue Jackets. For more information on this story visit: ProHockey Talk, Cam

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Blue Jackets’ Bobrovsky Still Sidelined With Flu, McElhinney To Get Nod

The Columbus Blue Jackets will be without No. goalie Sergei Bobrovsky tonight — he’s still sidelined with the flu — so Curtis McElhinney will get the start in a huge game at home versus Pittsburgh

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NHL 2014 Playoff Preview

Note: These playoff match-ups are based on current point totals for teams and are subject to change by the end of the regular season. It’s that time of the season as the NHL playoffs are beginning to start soon.

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Blue Jackets Activate Jared Boll

Jared Boll is now off the injury reserve for the first time in 45 games.

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Blue Jackets Acquire Nick Schultz

The Columbus Blue Jackets added some blue-line depth prior to Wednesday's trade deadline, acquiring

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Russia Yet To Choose Between Bobrovsky, Varlamov

On the same day Russia had its first practice in Sochi, the president of the Russian Hockey Federation said the team still needs to decide on a starting goalie.

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Blue Jackets Trade Blake Parlett For Carter Camper

The Columbus Blue Jackets have acquired forward Carter Camper from the Boston Bruins in exchange for

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Blue Jackets’ Marion Gaborik To Miss Olympics

Saying he was "extremely disappointed," Columbus Blue Jackets forward Marian Gaborik had to withdraw

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Marian Gaborik Has Been Ruled Out Of The Olympics For Slovakia

Marian Gaborik of the Blue Jackets has suffered a broken collarbone and will now miss the Olympics.

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No Hearing Scheduled For Columbus’ Jenner

Columbus rookie Boone Jenner isn’t scheduled for a disciplinary hearing following his big hit on Washington’s Mike Green during Thursday’s 5-2 win, a NHL spokesman confirmed.