After Babcock resignation, Blue Jackets executives keep their jobs but are put on notice

After Babcock resignation, Blue Jackets executives keep their jobs but are put on notice

“We got it wrong, and that’s on us,” John Davidson, Columbus’ president of hockey operations, said of Babcock’s hiring.


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