Canucks hoping to have Daniel Sedin in the lineup for tonight’s game against the Kings, Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson suffers a setback in his recovery from a concussion, Bob Boughner won’t be a candidate for head coach of the Flames, and the Maple Leafs are a challenge for new head coach Randy Carlyle.
VANCOUVER SUN: The Canucks hope to reunite the Sedin Twins for tonight’s crucial game against the Los Angeles Kings. Daniel Sedin has been out of the lineup since suffering a concussion following a late-season hit to the head from Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith. The Canucks definitely need all the help they can get, as they face playoff elimination in tonight’s game.
OTTAWA SUN: Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson is questionable for tonight’s game against the NY Rangers, having suffered a setback as he recovers from a concussion suffered in Game Two over the weekend.
CALGARY SUN: Windsor Spitfires coach Bob Boughner isn’t interested in becoming head coach of the Calgary Flames, saying he’s happy in his current role.
TORONTO SUN: Randy Carlyle faces a challenge trying to turn around the Maple Leafs next season.