Columbus Blue Jackets: Grading Their Moves (and Non-Moves) at the Trade Deadline

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Columbus Blue Jackets: Grading Their Moves (and Non-Moves) at the Trade Deadline
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The NHL trade deadline has come and gone, and the Columbus Blue Jackets have let the world know that they have no plans of rebuilding.

Columbus moved some of its core players and called the moves part of the "reshaping" process for the franchise. Coming into the deadline, the Jackets let it be known that almost everyone on the team was available, including captain Rick Nash.

Where Nash could end up was one of the most talked about rumors after it was revealed that he was available a few weeks ago.

However, on Monday afternoon at 3 p.m., the Jackets captain was still in Columbus, and still part of the team that drafted him back in 2002. The Jackets had a steep asking price for the 27-year-old and were not going to budge on their offer.

Although the team was not able to trade Nash, it was able to make some other deals before the trade deadline.

So, let's take a look at my grades for the moves, and non-moves, made by the Columbus Blue Jackets this season.

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