Canucks coach coy about starting goalie against Bruins…Leafs shut out Jets…Oilers rookie Ryan Nugent-Hopkins sidelined for four weeks…Flames humiliated by Bruins…Kyle Turris lifts Senators to victory…Travis Moen and Erik Cole also shone in Habs last win.
VANCOUVER PROVINCE: Canucks head coach Alain Vigneault won’t tip his hand as to which goalie – Roberto Luongo or Cory Schneider – will face the Boston Bruins tomorrow in Boston.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: I’m guessing Schneider, as the Bruins didn’t see as much of him in last spring’s Final as they did Luongo.
EDMONTON JOURNAL: Oilers rookie star Ryan Nugent-Hopkins will be out three-four weeks with a separated shoulder.
CALGARY HERALD: The Flames were doused 9-0 by the Boston Bruins.
OTTAWA SUN: Kyle Turris’ first goal with the Senators was a game-winner as Ottawa downed the Tampa Bay Lightning 4-1.
MONTREAL GAZETTE: Travis Moen’s three assists in the Canadiens win over the Jets was his first three-point game in the NHL, while Erik Cole’s 27.04 minutes of icetime were the most in regulation he’s ever had in one game.