Columbus Blue Jackets Jerseys

Check out our current selection of Columbus Blue Jackets jerseys below. Home, away, authentic RBK Edge and replica and third jerseys available. S, M, L, XL, XXL, XXXL sizes with goalie jerseys and women's styles in stock.

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New Columbus Blue Jackets Third Authentic Team Issued Reebok 20 Hockey Jersey

New Columbus Blue Jackets Third Authentic Team Issued Reebok 20 Hockey Jersey
$149.99

New Columbus Blue Jackets Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey

New Columbus Blue Jackets Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey
$129.99

New Columbus Blue Jackets Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey

New Columbus Blue Jackets Authentic Team Issued Reebok Edge 20 Hockey Jersey
$129.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team Grey Ccheck sz M

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team Grey Ccheck sz M
$49.99

RJ Umberger Columbus Blue Jackets Jersey Size 60

RJ Umberger Columbus Blue Jackets Jersey Size 60
$175.00

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy Size L

Reebok Replica NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Rick Nash Navy Size L
$30.00

RBK COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS PREMIER WHITE ROAD JERSEY LARGE

RBK COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS PREMIER WHITE ROAD JERSEY LARGE
$39.99

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS LECLAIRE 31 AUTHENTIC HOME REEBOK EDGE 10 7187 JERSEY 56

COLUMBUS BLUE JACKETS LECLAIRE 31 AUTHENTIC HOME REEBOK EDGE 10 7187 JERSEY 56
$150.00

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Zach Werenski White sz L

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Zach Werenski White sz L
$99.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team White sz M

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team White sz M
$39.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Scott Hartnell Navy Alt sz XL

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Scott Hartnell Navy Alt sz XL
$79.99

Columbus Blue Jackets Brandon Saad Navy Blue Jersey Size 50

Columbus Blue Jackets Brandon Saad Navy Blue Jersey Size 50
$30.00

Columbus Blue Jackets Authentic Reebok Edge 20 Jersey 7287 Size 54

Columbus Blue Jackets Authentic Reebok Edge 20 Jersey 7287 Size 54
$179.99

Columbus Blue Jackets Luke Richardson CCM Air Knit NHL Hockey Jersey Mens LRG

Columbus Blue Jackets Luke Richardson CCM Air Knit NHL Hockey Jersey Mens LRG
$74.99

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team Navy sz XL

Reebok Premier NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team Navy sz XL
$39.99

Reebok Practice NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team Red sz L

Reebok Practice NHL Jersey Columbus Blue Jackets Team Red sz L
$39.99



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More About Columbus Blue Jackets Jerseys

Though many fans wouldn't necessarily associate Ohio as a hotbed of hockey, this region of the United States actually has a rich history in the sport. For years Ohioan fans having been cheering for teams like the Columbus Chill of the ECHL, and the NCAA's Ohio State Buckeyes, who are one of only four teams to have won the Frozen Four collegiate hockey championship. And, of course, old school NHL fans will also remember the Cleveland Barons, a now-defunct team that had a brief NHL tenure in the 1970s.

The Blue Jackets brought NHL hockey back to Columbus hockey fans at the beginning of the 2000-01 NHL season, ending a 22 year drought. Some of the first players to ever wear Columbus Blue Jackets jerseys included goalie Rick Tabaracci, hard-hitting defenseman Mathieu Schneider and speedy sniper Geoff Sanderson.

The Blue Jackets had a pretty decent first year by expansion club standards. The team finished with 71 points, 11 games under .500. Goaltender Ron Tugnutt tied an NHL record for most wins by a goalie on an expansion team by earning 22 wins that year. The mark equaled that set by Lorne Chabot in the New York Rangers' inaugural year way back in 1926-27. Geoff Sanderson also had a stellar year up front, notching 30 goals on an otherwise low scoring squad.

The following season the Blue Jackets would take a step back, finishing second last in the league with a paltry 57 points. However, the low finish would turn out to be a watershed moment in the franchise's history. They used their third overall pick and flipped picks with the Florida Panthers to obtain the first pick overall and draft hulking goal-scoring winger Rick Nash. Nash has since gone on to become the face of the franchise and one of the deadliest snipers in the game.

Despite the arrival of Nash in a Columbus Blue Jackets jersey the next few seasons continued to be difficult ones for Blue Jackets fans. The Jackets continued to put up losing records, despite the scoring prowess of Nash, who tied Jarome Iginla of the Calgary Flames and Ilya Kovalchuk of the Atlanta Thrashers for the league lead in goals with 41 during the 2003-04 season.

Columbus Blue Jackets: Post Lock-out

in the two years following the lockout year of 2004-05 the Blue Jackets made several acquisitions that would alter their roster significantly. Goaltender Marc Denis moved on to the Tampa Bay Lightning, opening up the starting job for Pascal Leclaire. Sergei Fedorov was acquired from the Anaheim Ducks, and rugged defenseman Adam Foote, a Stanley Cup winner with the Colorado Avalanche, was signed to a 3 year deal. Other faces that would join the team included Gilbert Brule, Fredrik Modin, Anson Carter and Nikolai Zherdev. The new bodies made an impact and the team improved. However, they still fell well short of earning a playoff spot in the tight Western Conference race.

In an effort to improve the club's fortunes team management hired Ken Hitchcock, formerly the bench boss of both the Dallas Stars and the Philadelphia Flyers, to try and get the ship righted. However, success was still on the distant horizon. More changes to the roster were made. Zherdev, Foote, Brule and Leclaire all moved on. Nikita Filatov, Steven Mason, Kristian Huselius and Antoine Vermette arrived to fill the void.

The Blue Jackets Finally Makes the Playoffs

It was a long drought for passionate Jackets fans to endure, but on April 8, 2009 the Blue Jackets, by virtue of a 4-3 shootout win over the Chicago Blackhawks, finally reached the playoffs for the first time. Rookie goaltender Steve Mason had a season to remember, notching 10 shutouts and 33 wins in his inaugural year. The performance, arguably the greatest in a Columbus Blue Jackets jersey, in the history of the franchise was the key reason the Jackets finally ended their long stretch of futility.

The jubilation of the fans would be short-lived, however. In round one the club drew the defending Stanley Cup champion Detroit Red Wings. Columbus was outmatched in every aspect and fell in four straight games to the Wings.

The following season the Jackets were unable to build on the momentum. Mason suffered the dreaded sophomore jinx and was unable to duplicate his hot play from the year before. The Blue Jackets finished with a paltry 79 points, and wound up second last in the Western Conference, a full 16 points out of a playoff spot.

Though the team did back-slide last year, there are some glimmers of hope for Jackets fans. Rick Nash continues to be one of the NHL's most dangerous players, and Kristian Huselius, Antoine Vermette and R.J. Umberger should give Columbus some offensive depth and take some pressure off Nash. The maturation of Kris Russell on the blueline should be a huge boon for the Jackets over the next few years. Offensively gifted, Russell notched a respectable 22 points last season. Look for higher offensive totals in the years to come.

Of course, the main key to the success of the Jackets will ultimately be the play of Steve Mason. If he can bounce back from a sub-par sophomore season and regain the form that saw him win the Calder Trophy the Blue Jackets will once again be a team that can contend for a playoff spot.