The Columbus Blue Jackets will draft third overall in the NHL Entry Draft.
Columbus Blue Jackets associate coach Craig Hartsburg has announced his retirement from coaching.
Although coach John Tortorella wasn't there for the start of the Blue Jackets' campaign, he put some of the blame on himself for Columbus' failed season.
When Columbus plays New Jersey on Saturday, Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella will be making history.
Columbus leads the league in total penalty minutes and fighting majors.
Blue Jackets coach John Tortorella feels he's got a much better understanding with his team now.
While the Blue Jackets are expected to be sellers at the trade deadline, team president John Davidson made it clear that there won't be a fire sale.
The Columbus Blue Jackets are taking less bad penalties under coach John Tortorella.
Having now recovered enough from his broken ribs to resume coaching the Blue Jackets, John Tortorella has joined the team for a game in Vancouver on Thursday.
After missing three games because of broken ribs, Blue Jackets head coach John Tortorella is happy to be back behind the bench.
Look for John Tortorella to be back behind Columbus' bench after the All-Star break.
Associate coach Craig Hartsburg took control behind the Columbus bench Saturday.
The Columbus Blue Jackets' injury woes now unfortunately extend to head coach John Tortorella.
John Tortorella regrets his actions on Jan. 18, 2014, when he tried to get into the Calgary Flames' locker room between periods.