The latest on the Canucks management, an interview with Canadiens owner Geoff Molson, an update on the Canucks and a former Senator has found a home in Chicago.

Bruins assistant GM Jim Benning is reportedly set to become the Canucks' new GM.

Bruins assistant GM Jim Benning is reportedly set to become the Canucks’ new GM.

VANCOUVER PROVINCE: Jason Botchford reports the TV series “Behind The B” sheds light on Bruins assistant GM Jim Benning, who is reportedly to become the new Canucks general manager. Ben Kuzma has a list of potential coaches Benning could hire, like Barry Trotz, Willie Desjardins, Doug Houda, John Stevens and Guy Boucher.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Benning is reportedly to be introduced as the Canucks new general manager later this week. A former NHL player, Benning played four seasons with the Canucks from 1986 to 1990. That makes him a former teammate of Canucks president Trevor Linden. 

MONTREAL GAZETTE: Dave Stubbs recently interviewed Canadiens owner Geoff Molson, who reflected on how far the club has come since he bought the team nearly five years ago, and their plans going forward.

EDMONTON JOURNAL: David Staples suggests eight affirmations for eight Oilers next season, including Taylor Hall, Nail Yakupov and Sam Gagner.

OTTAWA CITIZEN: Former Senators center Peter Regin has found a home with the Chicago Blackhawks.

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