COLUMBUS, OHIO – Due to the inclement weather expected in central Ohio this evening, the Columbus Blue Jackets have announced that the location for the club’s NHL Draft Party and Open House, presented by Coldwell Banker King Thompson, has been shifted from the Front Street plaza to inside Nationwide Arena.
Fans may enter Nationwide Arena through the Front Street doors beginning at 5 p.m. with live Draft coverage from the BB&T Center in Sunrise, Florida set to begin at 7 p.m. Admission is free and all ages are welcome.
In addition to music, food and drink, and kids’ activities, Blue Jackets in-arena host Mike Todd and announcer Greg Murray will host a program which will include special appearances by Blue Jackets players Boone Jenner and the club’s 2014 first-round pick Sonny Milano.
The Blue Jackets are currently scheduled to make the 8th overall pick in the first round. For more information regarding the NHL Draft, Draft Party details or Open House opportunities, visit www.BlueJackets.com.