The Columbus Blue Jackets have many players headed for free agency and uncertainty reigns supreme over a franchise that seemed bound for greatness.
Fans and experts are believing the Blue Jackets can win a Stanley Cup as the NHL's best team failed to advance past the Columbus Blue Jackets.
This season hasn't been ideal on many fronts but what matters now for the Columbus Blue Jackets is the only thing that matters. The Playoffs.
The time has come to look past Sergei Bobrovsky and Artemi Panarin and see the Blue Jackets' future, which still is bright and promising.
As the Blue Jackets offseason begins, what is next for this young team?
The CBJ are primed to take on the Washington Capitals in a very winnable first-round playoff series that would garner the franchise's only second-round appearance should the Jackets win four of the next seven games. But if not, Columbus' beloved hockey team is set for long-term success with a bevy of young and promising players
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