In the most successful season in Columbus Blue Jacket franchise history, there are more than enough moments to look back on and relish in.
So much so that the club took 16 of the best and pinned them against each other in a bracket for one to be dubbed the "CBJ Play of the Year".
We are now down to the final two moments facing off against one another in the championship - both coming in postseason play.
The voting is almost over, and the race is neck and neck!— Columbus Blue Jackets (@BlueJacketsNHL) June 27, 2019
It's your last chance to vote for the #CBJ Play of the Year and have a chance to win a game-used stick and a jersey! pic.twitter.com/WEUU8gHZgC
Sergei Bobrovsky Save - Round 1 Game 1 against the Tampa Bay Lightning
Those who watched every game should know that had Bobrovsky not made this save, we could have kissed that eventual comeback goodbye and potentially seen a reverse sweeping. The momentum of a Game 1 victory proved to be a huge catalyst for the Blue Jackets moving forward. A blowout loss would have been devastating.
Matt Duchene's Overtime-Winning Goal - Round 2 Game 2 against the Boston Bruins
Though the series ended with the Blue Jackets losing in six games, this was the only overtime goal of the playoffs for Columbus this year, and it helped reinforce even just a little bit more that the first-round sweep of the Lightning was not a fluke.
Past matchups can be viewed here. If you sign up and vote for a champion to be crowned, you're automatically entered into a pool to win a game-used stick and Blue Jackets jersey.
So, what was the Columbus Blue Jacket play of the year in your eyes?
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