The 2018 Columbus Blue Jackets playoff schedule is here and they will be facing the Washington Capitals in the first round. If they can make it past the first round they will face either the Flyers or Penguins, and then continue on to the Eastern Conference Finals.
The Columbus Blue Jackets have only been an NHL franchise since the late 1990's, and are still building their playoff traditions and history. The Blue Jackets struggled to reach the NHL playoffs in the early years of the franchise. The team would not post a winning record for the first 7 seasons on hockey. That would all change in 2009, when the team rallied to win 41 games, the most in franchise history. This win total was good enough to send the Blue Jackets to their first ever NHL playoffs. Columbus would return to the playoffs in 2014, this time winning two playoff games. While the success of the 2014 season was not good enough for the team to advance farther into the playoffs, the team was able to win a thrilling 4-3 overtime game 4, representing the first ever playoff win in Columbus. Nationwide Arena was never louder than when the team rallied for the victory, and has set the stage for future playoff success by the Blue Jackets. Score with TicektCity - the place to go for Columbus Blue Jackets playoff tickets.
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The Columbus Blue Jackets are searching for their first Eastern Conference title and will look to bring one home in 2018. The 2018 Columbus Blue Jackets playoff schedule will be released once the final 2018 Western Conference standings are decided. The Blue Jackets place in these standings will determine the teams 2018 playoff seed as well as which games will be played at home in Columbus, and which games will be away from the Nationwide Arena.
How much are 2018 Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff Tickets?
Columbus Blue Jackets playoff ticket prices are determined by the market and are often priced above face value. As a general rule, ticket prices increase as the Blue Jackets advance through the NHL playoffs, with tickets to the Eastern Conference Finals and Stanley Cup finals ending higher than opening playoff rounds.
Where can I buy 2018 Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff Tickets?
Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff tickets are typically in high demand, but fans can still find great seats to every Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff game. TicketCity has a large inventory of Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff tickets, including some of the best seats at Nationwide Arena, as well as some of the most reasonably priced tickets on the market.
What was the best Columbus Blue Jackets Playoff team of all time?
The best Columbus Blue Jackets playoff team of all time came around in 2014. Behind the goal scoring barrage of Ryan Johansen, the Blue Jackets finished the season with 43 wins and reached the playoffs for the 2nd time in franchise history. The '14 Blue Jackets would go on to win the first two playoff games in the history of the team.