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.

Daniel Sedin stretchered off the ice following a hit from behind by Calgary's Paul Byron.

Daniel Sedin stretchered off the ice following a hit from behind by Calgary’s Paul Byron.

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.