Canucks down the Flames, Senators beat the Penguins, Canadiens lose home ice advantage to the Lightning, plus the latest on the Leafs, Oilers and Jets.
VANCOUVER PROVINCE/CALGARY HERALD: The Canucks finished their disappointing season with a 5-1 win over the Calgary Flames, but the game was marred when Daniel Sedin had to be stretchered off the ice following a hit from behind by Flames defenseman Paul Byron. Flames rookie Johnny Gaudreau scored his first NHL goal.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: Fortunately for Sedin, he didn’t suffer a serious injury.
OTTAWA CITIZEN: The Senators end their season on a five-game winning streak by downing the Pittsburgh Penguins 3-2.
LA PRESSE: The Canadiens will open their opening-round playoff series against the Lightning in Tampa Bay following the Lightning’s victory Sunday over Washington.
TORONTO SUN: The Toronto Maple Leafs will officially introduce Brendan Shanahan as their new president later today.
EDMONTON SUN: The Oilers try to find the positives in this season as they look ahead to next season.
WINNIPEG SUN: If Paul Maurice can get his family on board, he’ll return next season as the Jets head coach.