Friday, January 22, 2016

Second worst contract in the entire NHL

David Clarkson cashed in as a free agent in July 2013, signing a deal with the Toronto Maple Leafs worth $36.75 million over seven years. In hindsight, the deal looks like it was made thinking Clarkson’s 30-goal season in 2011-12 was a sign of things to come for the right wing. It wasn’t. In his first season with the Leafs, Clarkson scored 11 points (5G, 6A). In his second season, he scored 15 points (10G, 5A). He didn’t finish that second season in Toronto; the team shipped him to Columbus in exchange for Nathan Horton.
At this point, David Clarkson is the fourth-highest paid player on the Columbus Blue Jackets, pulling in a salary of $5.5 million for the 2015-16 season. Next year his deal will pay him $7 million, which will put him second in team salary, trailing only goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky. Clarkson has been injury-plagued this season, playing in only 18 games. In those 18 games, Clarkson has scored one goal and one assist.

Wednesday, January 13, 2016


I feel bad for the fans the Bluejackets just can't seem to put some wins together. The bad trades the GM has made are really catching up the the team ,,over priced players that play on the forth line.

Wednesday, October 21, 2015

Blue Jackets have fired Todd Richards

The Blue Jackets have fired Todd Richards this morning, replacing him with John Tortorella, one of the NHL’s firebrand coaches who has been out of work since Vancouver fired him a year ago.
The news was first reported by TSN’s Darren Dreger.
Richards was fired just hours after a 4-0 loss to the New York Islanders dropped Columbus to 0-7-0, matching the worst start to a season in modern NHL history.
Tortorella, 57, is expected to make his debut behind the Blue Jackets’ bench on Thursday when they play the Minnesota Wild in Xcel Energy Center. He did not immediately respond to messages left on his cell phone.  About freaking time he was killing this team!!!

Sunday, October 18, 2015

Why is Richards still the coach

Remember the buoyant Blue Jackets, the ones loaded with offensive talent and a mostly competent defense, the ones expected to challenge for the Metropolitan Division title and make noise in the Stanley Cup playoffs? Yeah, no one else does, either.

Sunday, June 14, 2015


Vermette another game winning goal he was not good enough to play for the Bluejackets so they traded him. Jackets one of the worse teams in the past 10 years that make bad trades. Go Hawks.

Tuesday, May 26, 2015

Go Rangers

Its totally clear that the CBJ management over the past 7 years or so are not educated enough to keep a winning team together,they trade all their best players to playoff teams,,go Rangers.

Thursday, April 09, 2015

Derek Dorsett

They signed forward Derek Dorsett to a four-year deal with an average annual cap hit of $2.65 million, via Bob McKenzie. He established single-season career-highs in both points (25) and assists (18). Dorsett currently leads the team in hits (163) and his team-leading 169 penalty minutes rank fourth in the League. Of course the Jackets traded him we don't want to keep good players but feed the league with them.

Tuesday, March 17, 2015

Ryan Murray

The Blue Jackets believe there is much more for defenseman Ryan Murray to learn about being an everyday NHL defenseman, which is why he was in the lineup for a largely meaningless game last night against the Edmonton Oilers. Murray, limited to eight games this season because of injuries, played his first since he suffered a high-ankle sprain on Feb.6. But there is one aspect of the NHL that Murray knows all too well. “I’ve done this a couple times,” Murray said of returning from a long injury absence. “Hopefully, I’m here to stay now.”

Monday, March 02, 2015

Jacket Trades

I was just reading all the negative comments about this team and the present management,,there are a couple positive ones and 50 or more negative ones many are not renewing their tickets. The Wiz trade really pissed off a lot of fans. Many are saying the Jamo and Davidson are as bad as the previous mgm.

Wednesday, February 11, 2015

jackets Injuries

I've gotten the sense from some players that they don't have the utmost confidence in the treatment they've received here. It's a tough story to cover or write about, because players are reluctant to talk about it with their names on it, and we don't feel it is right to besmirch the names of those involved. AND ONE OTHER THING, that is not small: Nothing has been proven. Any team that leads the league in man-games lost has to look at how they're handling treatment. It's not just the doctors, but the training staff and the strength and conditioning staff. The club has already said they've looked into the matter, at least a few times. I'd be surprised if a much more intense look isn't underway.