In this recurring post, we take a look at what has happened in the history of the Columbus Blue Jackets during this particular week. (All information gathered from The Columbus Blue Jackets Franchise Timeline)
Nov. 11, 1997 – The official name of the franchise was announced as the Blue Jackets. The name commemorates the history of the Civil War that Ohio holds.
Nov. 13, 2006 – Gerard Gallant was fired. Gary Agnew was named the interim head coach the next day.
Nov. 11, 2009 – Ken Hitchcock coached the 1,000th game of his NHL coaching career.
Nov. 10, 2010 – Columbus tied the franchise record for goals in a game against the St. Louis Blues in Nationwide Arena. They also set the franchise record for the largest margin of victory. Jakub Voracek and Chris Clark scored two goals each, while Derick Brassard had a career high three assists to lead the Jackets.
Tuesday November 12: Columbus Blue Jackets at Washington Capitals, 7PM
Thursday November 14: Columbus Blue Jackets at Boston Bruins, 7PM
Friday November 15: Montreal Canadiens at Columbus Blue Jackets, 7PM