Following Tuesday's game against Dallas, Columbus will play eight of the next nine contests vs. Eastern Conference teams from Nov. 9-26, including four against Metropolitan Division rivals.
The Columbus lineup features nine players that have posted seven or more points this season, third-T most in the NHL (Nashville/Toronto) and one behind Chicago and Ottawa for the league lead.
The Blue Jackets rank ninth-T in the NHL in goals per game (3.29). The club moved to 2-1 in overtime/shootout contests this season with Sunday's 3-2 OT loss at Anaheim. Nine of the club's 14 contests in November are on the road.
D Seth Jones skated in his 200th career CBJ game on Saturday at Los Angeles and his 400th career NHL contest on Sunday at Anaheim. He has 1-2-3 in the past three contests, including his first multi-point outing of the season (0-2-2) on Sunday.
C Pierre-Luc Dubois ranks second-T on the club in goals and third in points with 6-4-10 in 14 contests. He has 5-2-7 over the past seven games, including his second career multi-goal outing with two goals on Sunday at Anaheim.
Video: CBJ@ANA: Dubois buries rebound for clutch late goal
RW Cam Atkinson leads Columbus in scoring at home with 4-3-7 in seven games.
C Brandon Dubinsky has points in three of his four outings (1-2-3; missed 10 games with oblique strain).
RW Josh Anderson leads Columbus in goals (seven) and has 3-2-5 in the last six games.
Video: DET@CBJ: Anderson finishes great passing play
Dallas Stars // Tuesday, November 6 // 7pm // BUY TICKETS
8-5-0, 16 pts. // 5th, Central Division
CBJ All-Time: 24-27-6 (Won last 5) // Home: 12-13-4
Wasington Capitals // Friday, November 7 // 7pm
5-4-3, 13 pts. // 5th, Metropolitan Division
CBJ All-Time: 12-17-7 (2-4 in '18 playoffs) // Road: 4-9-4
New York Rangers // Saturday, November 8 // 7pm // BUY TICKETS
6-7-1, 13 pts. // 6th-T, Metropolitan Division
CBJ All-Time: 15-14-4 (4-1-0 last 5) // Home: 9-9-0