Canucks hoping to have Daniel Sedin in the lineup for tonight’s game against the Kings, Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson suffers a setback in his recovery from a concussion, Bob Boughner won’t be a candidate for head coach of the Flames, and the Maple Leafs are a challenge for new head coach Randy Carlyle.

VANCOUVER SUN: The Canucks hope to reunite the Sedin Twins for tonight’s crucial game against the Los Angeles Kings. Daniel Sedin has been out of the lineup since suffering a concussion following a late-season hit to the head from Chicago Blackhawks defenseman Duncan Keith. The Canucks definitely need all the help they can get, as they face playoff elimination in tonight’s game.

Alfredsson a "no-go" for Game Four?

OTTAWA SUN: Senators captain Daniel Alfredsson is questionable for tonight’s game against the NY Rangers, having suffered a setback as he recovers from a concussion suffered in Game Two over the weekend.

CALGARY SUN: Windsor Spitfires coach Bob Boughner isn’t interested in becoming head coach of the Calgary Flames, saying he’s happy in his current role.

TORONTO SUN: Randy Carlyle faces a challenge trying to turn around the Maple Leafs next season.