The Senators crush the Red Wings, updates on David Clarkson, Jannik Hansen, Sean Monahan and Mark Arcobello, plus the latest on the Canadiens and Jets.

Jason Spezza is congratulated by Milan Michalek for one of his two goals against the Red Wings.

Jason Spezza is congratulated by Milan Michalek for one of his two goals against the Red Wings.

OTTAWA CITIZEN: Jason Spezza and Bobby Ryan each scored twice as the Senators crushed the Detroit Red Wings and former Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson 6-1. Alfredsson was held scoreless in the game.

TORONTO SUN: Suspended Maple Leafs winger David Clarkson returns to action on Friday against the Columbus Blue Jackets. Clarkson received a ten-game suspension for leaving the bench during a preseason brawl between the Leafs and Buffalo Sabres.

VANCOUVER SUN:Ailing Canucks winger Jannik Hansen has returned to Vancouver for evaluation on an upper-body injury suffered during Tuesday’s game against the NY Islanders.

CALGARY HERALD: The Flames decided not to return young center Sean Monahan to his junior club.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: As the article indicates, they kept him for all the right reasons, not the least being Monahan earned his shot.

EDMONTON SUN: Oilers rookie Mark Arcobello is a surprise early season leader in league assists and rookie scoring.

MONTREAL GAZETTE: The Canadiens have demoted Jarred Tinordi.

WINNIPEG SUN: The Jets hopes to find more consistency as they embark on a four-game road trip.

 

 

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