Blue Jackets Vs. Rangers: Columbus Goes Down In Overtime, 3-2

The Columbus Blue Jackets travel to the East Coast to take on the formidable Rangers on Sunday night. The Jackets will have a tall order on their hands as they try for a win.

The Columbus Blue Jackets have been struggling all season long, the effects of which can be seen reflected in their dismal 17-35-6 record. They can also be seen in the headlines, as rumors swirl of the team looking to shop their star captain, Rick Nash.

Meanwhile, on Sunday, the Blue Jackets will have a very tough task ahead of them, as they travel to face off against one of the very best teams in the NHL, the New York Rangers, who are 7-2-1 over their last 10 and sit comfortably atop the Atlantic Division.

Columbus will certainly have their work cut out for them tonight. Although the Rangers are coming off a loss against the Chicago Blackhawks, they haven't dropped back-to-back games since the middle of December.

The puck drops at 8:00 p.m. ET at Madison Square Garden. The game will be televised on FS-O, or you can listen to it live on 97.1 The Fan.

For all news and information regarding the Columbus Blue Jackets, please visit The Cannon. For updates and perspective on the New York Rangers, head on over to Blueshirt Banter or check out SB Nation New York.

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