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Columbus Blue Jackets History:
The Columbus Blue Jackets are a professional ice hockey team based in Columbus , Ohio , United States . They are members of the Central Division of the Western Conference of the National Hockey League (NHL). Preceded in Ohio 's capital by the Columbus Chill of the ECHL, the Blue Jackets were founded as an expansion team in 2000. In their seven seasons, they have never finished higher than third place in their division and are the only active NHL team to have never qualified for the Stanley Cup Playoffs.
The Blue Jackets' name and logos are rooted in Ohio 's rich Civil War history. Rick Nash, David Vyborny, Ray Whitney, and Nikolai Zherdev are some of the prominent NHL figures to have donned a Columbus sweater. Ken Hitchcock has been their coach since late 2006, and current general manager Scott Howson started in 2007. The Blue Jackets play their home games in downtown Columbus at Nationwide Arena, which opened in 2000.
Columbus Blue Jackets 2008 Draft Review:
For the ninth straight season, the Blue Jackets picked in the top ten of the annual NHL entry draft. The Blue Jackets are hoping that the next time they pick in the top ten, they have to trade up to do so. Going into the weekend, GM Scott Howson and his scouting staff had a total of nine picks, including two first-round selections. Howson made it clear, however, that the Blue Jackets would be looking to add a player capable of helping the team right away.
During the weekend, Howson completed two trades, but still made nine draft picks, just at different spots. The first move saw Howson move the 19th overall selection, along with the 67th, to the Philadelphia Flyers in exchange for RJ Umberger and the 118th overall selection. Later, during day two of the draft, Howson moved down from the 97th overall, trading that pick to Boston for their 107th and 137th overall picks.
With their nine selections, the Blue Jackets chose five forwards and four defensemen. Three of their first four selections were blue liners, helping them to build some prospect depth at this position.
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