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Columbus Blue Jackets: The Biggest Decision in Franchise History

There are choices that a general manager has to make at the NHL level which can define a franchise, Jarmo Kekalainen and the Columbus Blue Jackets face one of these decisions in just over a year’s time. Sergei Bobrovsky is arguably the face of the Columbus Blue Jackets, and has been the best player on […] Columbus Blue Jackets: The Biggest Decision in Franchise History - Union and Blue - Union and Blue - A Columbus Blue Jackets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
The Cannon May 16, 2018
2017-18 Player Review: Sergei Bobrovsky

2017-18 Player Review: Sergei Bobrovsky

Bob flashed his trademark smile a lot, until the end Coming into the 2017-18 season, the consensus opinion on Columbus Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky read something like this: An all-world goalie upon whose shoulders rested the fortunes of the CBJ, which was precisely why they could never progress past the first round. Bob would dominate the regular season (he does have two Vezina Trophies, after all) only to collapse (historically against the Penguins in the postseason and dash the Blue Jackets’ hopes. So after logging a career high in minutes (3,912) and ranking near the top...
Union and Blue May 5, 2018

The Curious Case of Sergei Bobrovsky and the Stanley Cup Playoffs

As much as Columbus Blue Jackets fans love goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, it’s no secret they’d like to see more from him during the playoffs. As the Stanley Cup playoffs rage on, Columbus Blue Jackets fans are left again wondering if their star netminder has what it takes to get the job done in the postseason. […] The Curious Case of Sergei Bobrovsky and the Stanley Cup Playoffs - Union and Blue - Union and Blue - A Columbus Blue Jackets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More
Union and Blue May 4, 2018

Columbus Blue Jackets 17-18 Season Evaluation: Sergei Bobrovsky

With the Columbus Blue Jackets season over it’s time for the Union and Blue staff to give their evaluation of each player’s year. For the last six seasons, the heart and soul of the Columbus Blue Jackets has been goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky. In six years he has led this team to record breaking regular seasons […] Columbus Blue Jackets 17-18 Season Evaluation: Sergei Bobrovsky - Union and Blue - Union and Blue - A Columbus Blue Jackets Fan Site - News, Blogs, Opinion and More

The Penguins need Phil Kessel and Derick Brassard to get going

Phil Kessel picked up the pick in his own end, flew through the neutral zone and rifled a shot from the left circle that beat Blue Jackets goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky for a game-winning goal in overtime on April 5, ensuring the Penguins had home ice in the first round of the playoffs.
The Cannon Apr 28, 2018
Alexander Wennberg may be the most important player in Columbus

Alexander Wennberg may be the most important player in Columbus

Not the best, mind you, but...just hear me out If you ask who the most valuable member of the 2017-18 Columbus Blue Jackets was, the obvious answer would be one of Artemi Panarin, Sergei Bobrovsky, or Seth Jones. If you ask who the best center was, of course it was rookie phenom Pierre-Luc Dubois. If you wanted to know which player was most critical to the success or failure of the team, however, I would suggest that Alexander Wennberg is that player. Not the best, not the most valuable, but the player whose absence was felt the most and whose future will determine how far this roster...
The Cannon Apr 23, 2018
Season Over. Capitals Best Blue Jackets in Game 6, 6-3

Season Over. Capitals Best Blue Jackets in Game 6, 6-3

Hard to win when you give up six goals It wasn’t enough. Simple as that. Sergei Bobrovsky turned in a pedestrian performance, the Columbus Blue Jackets couldn’t muster enough on special teams and the CBJ fell to the Washington Capitals in Game 6 in Nationwide Arena on Monday night, 6-3, losing the series, 4-2. The Caps jumped out to a 3-1 lead after two periods and added to their lead throughout the third. The Blue Jackets showed signs of life, but couldn’t dig out of the early hole. Nick Foligno scored twice and Pierre Luc-Dubois got his second of the playoffs. Bob wasn’t great....

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