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by Kristyn Repke / Columbus Blue Jackets

Welcome back to Trivia Tuesday!

It's great to see so many fans participating and so knowledgeable about the Blue Jackets' history. Last week, we stuck with the theme of moving to the Eastern Conference, and asked which Metropolitan Division opponent's arena is closest in distance to Nationwide Arena. We had a lot of correct answers, but unfortunately there can only be one winner. Congrats to Jamie Grube, who won a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team.

With that, it's time to kick off this week's edition of Trivia Tuesday.

There has been a lot of buzz about the start of Olympic camps, which are taking place this week for both Team USA and Team Canada. Even though the Olympics are five months away, the camps are a good chance for NHL players to get together before the start of training camp and get into hockey mode, while also building chemistry in order to represent their home countries to the best of their ability.

The Blue Jackets have a player participating in an Olympic camp this week, and that man is Jack Johnson. He is listed on the US Olympic roster for the 2014 Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia and is one of the most experienced players invited to Team USA's camp.

So this leads us into this week's question...

QUESTION: How many times has Jack Johnson represented Team USA so far in international competition?

Same rules apply: simply fill out the form below with the correct answer, click submit, and you are automatically entered to win a replica hockey stick signed by the entire 2012-13 Blue Jackets team. Good luck!

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