Columbus Blue Jackets Toronto Tickets
The 2013-14 NHL season marks Columbus Blue Jackets’ fourteenth season in the league in which it is playing as a member of the Metropolitan Division. For the first thirteen seasons of its existence, the team played as a member of the Central Division of the Western Conference. Jackets joined the league back in 2000 as an expansion franchise. Since then, team has been able to qualify for the Stanley Cup on one occasion so far. During the course of the current season, Jackets will be making its way to Toronto to face Maple Leafs in an away game. The team needs the support of its fans as they head towards a hostile territory. All they need are a few Columbus Blue Jackets Toronto tickets.
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Columbus Blue Jackets has been showing promising performance so far this season. Just over a decade-old franchise in the league, Jackets have gained quite a large fan following by showing its potential on the field. During its 2013-14 season, the team will be heading over to Toronto Maple Leafs home turf for an away game. Both the teams have already met once this season in a Jackets’ home game in front of more than 13,000 fans. Jackets defeated Maple Leafs with the finishing record of 5-2 at the Nationwide Arena. Jackets will attempt to repeat the history during the upcoming Columbus Blue Jackets Toronto game as well. Make sure you catch this epic clash. You can do so by booking Columbus Blue Jackets Toronto tickets.
Even though Columbus hasn’t made it to the Stanley Cup finals yet, it has proven itself to be a worthy competitor over the past few seasons. It has been struggling like most of the expansion franchises, but nevertheless, Columbus has managed to keep a steady wining ratio. As far as Blue Jackets are concerned, it has made it to the Playoffs once in 2009 where the team lost to Red Wings in the Conference Quarter finals.
In the upcoming away game against Toronto Maple Leafs, Columbus will need all the support that it can get from its fans among the hostile crowd. And since the team has defeated Maple Leafs once during this season already, the face-off will be a fierce one.