Recap of the LA Kings-Calgary Flames game, plus the latest on Jannik Hansen, James Reimer, Andrew Ladd and more.
LOS ANGELES TIMES/CALGARY HERALD: Goals by Dustin Brown, Trevor Lewis and Jeff Carter carried the LA Kings to a 3-1 win over the Calgary Flames. TJ Brodie tallied the only goal for the struggling Flames, who’ve now dropped three of their last five games.
VANCOUVER PROVINCE: The NHL suspended Canucks forward Jannik Hansen for one game for hitting Chicago Blackhawks forward Marian Hossa in the head from behind with an elbow.
TORONTO SUN: James Reimer and Joffrey Lupul took part in an optional skate yesterday, but the two sidelined Leafs remain unsure when they’ll return to action.
WINNIPEG SUN: Jets forward Andrew Ladd will play his 500th career NHL game in Raleigh against the Carolina Hurricanes, the team with whom he started his NHL career.
OTTAWA SUN: The banged-up Senators are meeting the New York Rangers tonight for the first time since the Rangers eliminated them from the first round of the 2012 playoffs.
EDMONTON SUN: Oilers first-year head coach Ralph Krueger is walking the fine line between criticizing his struggling player and maintaining team morale.
MONTREAL GAZETTE: Dave Stubbs charts the nearly five-day odyssey of Canadiens call-up goalie Robert Mayer.