Wednesday, July 14, 2010

Design-a-Mask Competition

Sorry for the late notice, but I just saw this email in an inbox I rarely check. If you have been looking for a way to combine your artistic skilllz with your love for the CBJ, here you go!

DESIGN OUR GOALIES' MASKS - Or At Least Have a Chance to Win a Blue Jackets Third Jersey
Hey Blue Jackets season ticket holder! It is still not too late to submit your designs for the goalie masks that will be worn by Steve Mason and Mathieu Garon during the upcoming 2010-11 season. This once in a lifetime chance to make your mark on the Blue Jackets 10th season is available to ticket holders with full season, 20-game, 10-game and 6-game packages, as well as their spouses and children. Not the artistic type, no problem. Just send in your idea as to what should be included on the mask and if chosen, each goaltender's artist will take care of the rest.Upon receiving all entries, Steve and Mathieu will each select one winning design that will adorn his mask for the 2010-11 season. Following the season, each will autograph his game-worn mask and personally present it to their respective fan designers.In addition, all those who enter the contest are eligible to win a Blue Jackets third jersey, which will be introduced during the upcoming season, autographed by both goaltenders.
Complete contest details, including a printable mask design template can be found at the Season Ticket Holders page on or by CLICKING HERE.All entries must be received by Friday, July 16.All entries must be mailed to:Blue Jackets Mask Design ContestNationwide Arena200 W. Nationwide Blvd.Columbus, OH 43215

Monday, July 12, 2010

CannonFest 2010

Doldrums of Summer got you down? Need a hockey fix to get you through baseball season? Come to CannonFest and pretend like the puck drops tomorrow!
Join local bloggers and other fans as we gather to discuss all things CBJ. You can even RSVP on facebook... so you know this is a huge deal!

Monday, July 5, 2010

R.I.P. Mr. Probert

Bob Probertt died of an apparent heart attack today. Our thoughts are with his family. There was a lot more to Bob than his fighting prowess, but here are a few clips of what he did best. Godspeed Mr. Probert.