Updates on Daniel Sedin and Chris Neil, Andrei Markov declines to speak about teammate P.K. Subban, Blake Wheeler hopes for more improvement next season, Jay Bouwmeester headed to the World Championships, James Reimer gets some good news, and some blueline draft options for the Oilers.
VANCOUVER PROVINCE: Henrik Sedin said his brother Daniel is 100 percent ready to go for the Canucks upcoming series against the LA Kings.
OTTAWA SUN: Chris Neil, injured in a late-season practice, said he’ll be ready to go for the Senators series opener Thursday against the NY Rangers.
LA PRESSE: Canadiens defenseman Andrei Markov refused to comment on the play of teammate P.K. Subban during an end-of-season interview, which will only stoke speculation Subban is not well liked within the Canadiens dressing room.
WINNIPEG SUN: Jets leading scorer Blake Wheeler is hoping for more improvement next season.
CALGARY SUN: Flames defenseman Jay Bouwmeester has been invited to be part of Team Canada at the upcoming World Hockey Championships.
TORONTO STAR: Maple Leafs goalie James Reimer said a neck injury, not concussion, ended his season.
EDMONTON JOURNAL: There are several good options for the Oilers to choose from if they decide to pick a defenseman with their first round pick this June.