Canucks lose to Blackhawks, lose Daniel Sedin to injury…Sabres blank Canadiens as Tyler Ennis is on a roll…Senators need to improve…Flames offense struggling…Jets vow to rebound…The Maple Leafs three problems…Devan Dubnyk hoping to prove himself as Oilers starter
VANCOUVER SUN: The Canucks lost in overtime 2-1 to the Chicago Blackhawks, but may have suffered a more serious loss, as Daniel Sedin was knocked from the game after being elbowed in the head by Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith, who has never been fined or suspended before, but will likely face a suspension after this.
LA PRESSE: The Montreal Canadiens were blanked 3-0 by the Buffalo Sabres, who moved into a tie with Washington for eighth overall. The Sabres have been on a roll since Tyler Ennis returned on January 24th from missing 17 games to injury.
OTTAWA SUN: The Senators hold on a playoff berth is not that secure, as they’ve struggled to score of late.
WINNIPEG SUN: The Jets are down but not out, though they’re not far away from being out if they don’t improve soon. With most of their remaining games on the road, and given their lousy road record this season, it’s not boding well for their playoff chances.
TORONTO STAR: The Maple Leafs system, goaltending and leadership are the three main problems behind their decline this season.
EDMONTON SUN: Devan Dubnyk hopes his play down the stretch will encourage management to put faith in him going forward.