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Report: Foligno will be new Blue Jackets captain

On Wednesday, Columbus will reportedly confirm what’s been rumored for a while — that Nick Foligno will become the sixth captain in franchise history.

Foligno, 27, will receive the “C” following a great campaign which he scored a career-best 73 points, signed a six-year, $33 million extension and was named a captain for the 2015 NHL All-Star Game — an event that Columbus hosted, and during which… 138 more words

New York Rangers

Columbus has picked its new captain, says Davidson

Columbus has been without a captain since Rick Nash departed three years ago but, according to team president John Davidson, a Blue Jacket will have a “C” on his jersey this fall. 197 more words

New York Rangers

FF Flashback: Lost Season Giveaways

Editor’s Note: This is one isn’t quite an FF Flashback as it is a post from “the other site” that doesn’t appear to be on there anymore. 513 more words

FF Flashback

Foligno, Jackets deliver blow to Pens’ playoff hopes

Nick Foligno scored his first career hat trick as the Columbus Blue Jackets erased a 2-0 deficit to beat the Pittsburgh Penguins 5-3.

Columbus has now won nine straight. 294 more words

Pittsburgh Penguins

Flyers' Umberger to have season-ending surgery

The start to R.J. Umberger’s second stint with the Philadelphia Flyers is a time he would certainly like to forget.

The forward, who was traded to the Flyers from the Columbus Blue Jackets in the off-season for Scott Hartnell, managed just 15 points in 67 games for the team he made his NHL debut with 2005-06. 278 more words

Sports

Flyers points streak comes to an end after 9 games

Flyers lose to the Columbus Blue Jackets 5-2. Flyers goals scored by Wayne Simmonds and Michael Del Zotto both in the second period and Blue Jackets goals by James Wisniewski, Ryan Johansen, Matt Calvert and Brandon Dubinsky. 520 more words

Flyers

Flyers blow 3-1 lead in Columbus

I mean, they got one point at least. Slowly, slowly making ground on the Boston Bruins who lost to the Canucks last night, keeping them within a seven-point range. 445 more words

Flyers