PITTSBURGH PA - FEBRUARY 8: R.J. Umberger #18 of the Columbus Blue Jackets celebrates with Antoine Vermette #50 of the Columbus Blue Jackets and Anton Stralman #6 of the Columbus Blue Jackets after Vermette's third period goal against the Pittsburgh Penguins on February 8 2011 at CONSOL Energy Center in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. Columbus defeated Pittsburgh 4-1. (Photo by Jamie Sabau/Getty Images)
The Columbus Blue Jackets will interview John Davidson for an executive position, according to a report.
The Columbus Blue Jackets look to be potentially shaking up and adding to their front office. The Blue Jackets will interview John Davidson for an executive position with the team, according to a report by Aaron Portzline of The Columbus Dispatch.
John Davidson, president of hockey operations for the St. Louis Blues, interviewed last week for an executive-level position with the Blue Jackets, The Dispatch has learned via NHL sources.
Davidson, 59, was in Columbus on May 29 to interview with Blue Jackets' majority owner John P. McConnell and club president Mike Priest.
John P. McConnell and club president Mike Priest declined to comment on the matter when an interview was requested by the Dispatch. The exact role that Davidson would play in the executive office at this time isn't known.