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In the spirit of its Civil War theme, it sports a union blue base with white stripes on the sleeves and on the shoulder padding. The crest features the team's Civil War-era cannon. It honors the team's founder, John H. McConnell, with his initials on the neckline, as well as its slogan "We fight, we march! " on the inside of the collar. During the 2015 NHL Draft, it was revealed that the cannon crest had replaced the hat logo on the shoulders of the home and away jerseys, with a color change to match the jerseys' color scheme. For the 2020–21 season, the Blue Jackets would wear "Reverse Retro" alternate uniforms designed by Adidas. The uniform resembled the original white "Stinger" uniforms from 2000 to 2007 but with a red base and white sleeve stripes. Starting with the 2022–23 season, the Blue Jackets' road white uniform would be paired with blue pants, a combination the team previously wore on May 1, 2021 against the Carolina Hurricanes.
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 The Blue Jackets would then lose long-time starting goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky, centre Matt Duchene, and the team's leader in points, Artemi Panarin, in free agency during the 2019 off-season.  On March 12, 2020, the 2019-20 season was paused due to the COVID-19 pandemic,  with the remaining regular games being officially cancelled on May 26.  On August 1, the season resumed and would finish following a 24-team playoff format, with the top 4 teams in each conference playing in a seeding round-robin tournament and the 8 lower-seeded teams in each conference competing in a best-of-five series, the Qualifying Round, to be held in two host cities in Canada.
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 * – current Blue Jackets player Note: Pos = Position; GP = Games played; G = Goals; A = Assists; Pts = Points; P/G = Points per game Points Pos G A Pts P/G 674 289 547. 81 Cam Atkinson RW 627 213 189 402. 64 Nick Foligno 599 142 192 334. 59 David Vyborny 543 113 204 317. 58 Boone Jenner* C 589 144 140 284. 48 R. Umberger 445 120 130 250. 56 Zach Werenski* D 403 76 161 237. 59 Oliver Bjorkstrand 382 111 123 234. 61 Brandon Dubinsky 430 72 153 225.
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However, the Blue Jackets still finished fifth in the Metropolitan Division and missed the playoffs by nine points despite a 42–35–5 record. On May 20, 2015, Nick Foligno was named the sixth captain in team history. The position had been vacant since Rick Nash was traded to the New York Rangers in July 2012. On June 30, 2015, the Jackets traded centers Marko Dano and Artem Anisimov, along with wingers Jeremy Morin and Corey Tropp, to the Chicago Blackhawks in exchange for Brandon Saad.
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Forward Jason Williams was acquired from the Atlanta Thrashers in exchange for defenseman Clay Wilson and a sixth-round draft pick. The Blue Jackets were also involved with the first major deal of the 2009 NHL trade deadline, by trading goaltender Pascal Leclaire and a second-round draft pick to the Ottawa Senators for skilled center Antoine Vermette. The changes in scenery benefited both players and the Jackets; Williams scored 28 points in his first 36 games as a Jacket, while Vermette scored 11 points in his first 14 games with the team.
 The shortened 2020–21 season saw the Blue Jackets placed in the Central Division, under the NHL's realigned divisions as part of its COVID-19 policies. After being benched for the second and third periods in what would end up being his last game with the team on January 21, 2021, Dubois and a 2022 third-round pick were traded to the Winnipeg Jets in exchange for left winger Patrik Laine and Columbus native Jack Roslovic on January 23.
 The Blue Jackets then traded for All-Star forward Marian Gaborik. The Blue Jackets just missed the playoffs via a tiebreaker against the Minnesota Wild, who had more regulation and overtime wins (ROW). Move to the Eastern Conference and the John Tortorella era (2013–2021) Nathan Horton during the 2013–14 season.
On November 22, Ken Hitchcock, former coach of the Dallas Stars and Philadelphia Flyers, was named the new head coach, effective the following day.  Under Hitchcock's first year, two milestones were set: on December 10, 2006, the Blue Jackets scored a team-record five power-play goals in a 6–2 win over the Ottawa Senators,  and on April 3, 2007, the Blue Jackets broke the modern-day record for most times being shut-out in a season (16) with a 3–0 loss to the Detroit Red Wings.  On April 18, 2007, Doug MacLean, the team's first general manager and president, was fired after nine years and six seasons at the helm without a playoff berth.
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The Blue Jackets also traded veteran centers Antoine Vermette and Samuel Pahlsson for goaltender Curtis McElhinney and several draft picks at the trade deadline. There was also heavy speculation that captain Rick Nash would be traded at the deadline. Although Nash wasn't traded, general manager Scott Howson publicly announced that he had privately requested a trade, a move that has stirred up much controversy.  Nash was eventually traded to the New York Rangers on July 23, 2012, for Brandon Dubinsky, Artem Anisimov, prospect Tim Erixon and a 2013 first-round draft pick.  At the 2012 NHL Entry Draft, the Blue Jackets traded their second and fourth round picks to the Philadelphia Flyers for the eventual winner of the 2013 Vezina Trophy, goaltender Sergei Bobrovsky.
52 Seth Jones 381 50 173 223. 59 Goals Geoff Sanderson 88 Ryan Johansen 79 Nikolay Zherdev Assists Alexander Wennberg Jakub Voracek* 151 Fedor Tyutin 146 Single-season records Single-season records include: See also Columbus Chill Columbus Owls List of Columbus Blue Jackets general managers List of Columbus Blue Jackets head coaches Notes ^ The Blue Jackets acquired the first overall pick from the Florida Panthers for the third overall pick (Jay Bouwmeester) and the option to swap 2003 first round draft picks (not exercised) on June 22, 2002. ^ The Blue Jackets acquired the eighth overall pick along with the 59th pick (Kyle Wharton) from the Carolina Hurricanes for the fourth overall pick (Andrew Ladd) on June 26, 2004. ^ The eighth overall pick (Sean Couturier) along with the 68th pick (Nick Cousins) was traded to the Philadelphia Flyers for Jeff Carter on June 23, 2011.
^ The Blue Jackets acquired the 29th overall pick from the Toronto Maple Leafs for the 34th and 68th picks on June 26, 2015. References ^ "Team Quick Facts". BlueJackets. com. NHL Enterprises, L. P. Archived from the original on January 12, 2020. Retrieved January 11, 2021. ^ "Blue Jackets unveil new secondary mark to be worn as shoulder patch". June 26, 2015.
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Retrieved May 18, 2021. The shoulder patch logo is similar to the club’s current third jersey logo as the team name “Columbus Blue Jackets” encircles the cannon in a ribbon inspired by Civil War medals while a single star centered at the bottom of the crest signifies Columbus as Ohio’s capital. The difference is the logo is comprised of the club’s primary colors – Union Blue, Goal Red, Capital Silver and White. ^ "Our Founder: John H. McConnell".
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