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  • Blue Jackets say consistency is biggest obstacle

    It would be easy foIt would be easy for the Blue Jackets to explain away all of their 2014-15 troubles by pointing to injuries. True, 508 man-games lost is a staggering sum. But deep inside, the Blue Jackets know there’s more to fix than just their health. For three seasons, they have only played to their potential — fast, hard-working, relentless — when they have landed in a desperate state.r the Blue Jackets to explain away all of their 2014-15 troubles by pointing to injuries. True, 508 man-games lost is a staggering sum.

  • Rangers 2, Penguins 1: Rangers earn rest

    NEW YORK — Teammate J.T. Miller looked at Carl Hagelin and shook his head in admiration.  “The guy is at his best in games like that,” Miller said.  A game like last night’s fifth match between the Rangers and Pittsburgh Penguins that Hagelin won 10:52 into overtime, moving New York into the second round of the Eastern Conference playoffs. The Rangers won the series in five games, with each victory by a 2-1 score.

  • Around the NHL: Senators force Game 6 with blowout

    Senators 5, Canadiens 1: Craig Anderson made 45 saves and visiting Ottawa avoided elimination with a victory over Montreal last night in Game 5 of a first-round Eastern Conference playoff series.

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  • Hockey: Monsters 'right fit' as Blue Jackets’ farm club

    CLEVELAND — When John Davidson joined the Blue Jackets as president of hockey operations three years ago, the idea of reaching northeast Ohio through a minor-league affiliate came up in only a few conversations.