Final Report Card for Columbus Blue Jackets’ 2013-14 Season

April 29th, 2014 by Franklin Steele Leave a reply »
The 2013-14 NHL season has come to an end for the Columbus Blue Jackets, and the campaign will be remembered as a historic one for the franchise. After waiting 13 years, the club came up with a postseason victory and gave the Pittsburgh Penguins everything they could handle in the Eastern Conference quarterfinal.

President of hockey operations John Davidson saw the Blue Jackets take another leap toward relevancy this year, and it seems that the goal of changing the culture of hockey in Ohio is on the right track.

Last month,'s Dan Rosen sat down with Davidson and asked him about what would be important to Columbus moving forward:

...whatever happens, as long as I see marked improvement, especially with the future of our club, then I know we're going in the right direction. And it's more than just what is on the ice here; it's also with what's on the ice around the world with our future players and how they're improving, where they're playing, what they're doing. We've seen a lot of upside. A lot of guys are having good seasons.

The former St. Louis Blues executive wasn't sure if the Blue Jackets were going to make the postse ...

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