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Columbus Blue Jackets to host NHL Draft party at Pins Mechanical in Easton

Party at Pins Mechanical Co. in Easton with the Columbus Blue Jackets for the 2024 NHL Draft.

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While the NHL Draft is set in Las Vegas, the official Columbus Blue Jackets draft party is at Pins.

The Blue Jackets, who hold the fourth overall pick in the draft, are hosting a draft party at the Pins Mechanical Co. in Easton — 4117 Worth Ave. — from 6-9 p.m. on Friday, June 28.

This isn’t just a chance to meet up fans, either. Last year’s third overall pick, forward Adam Fantilli, will be in attendance for an autograph session from 6-7:30 p.m. Other familiar faces include Stinger, the team mascot, and Mike Todd, the longtime arena host. There will also be games, contests, prizes, and of course, duckpin bowling,

The Jackets hold seven total picks in the draft, which means there’s plenty reason to watch beyond the first round. They will be on ESPN and ESPN+ on Friday and Saturday, June 29.

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