Canadiens, Flames and Oilers lose, updates on Ryan Kesler, Robin Lehner and Anthony Peluso, plus the latest on the Maple Leafs.

Jesse Winchester celebrates his goal against the Canadiens.

Jesse Winchester celebrates his goal against the Canadiens.

MONTREAL GAZETTE: The Canadiens offensive struggles continues, falling 2-1 to the Florida Panthers. Habs enforcer George Parros has been sidelined by a concussion suffered in Saturday’s game against the Islanders.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: The Habs have not dropped three of their last four while their offensive has inexplicably dried up over that period, managing only three goals over this stretch.

CALGARY HERALD: The Flames once again failed to hang onto a lead, falling 4-3 in a shootout to the New York Rangers.

EDMONTON SUN:  A solid effort from the Oilers came up short as they fell 3-2 to the Anaheim Ducks.

VANCOUVER PROVINCE: Ryan Kesler is looking like a Selke Trophy candidate this season.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Kesler’s been a key factor in the Canucks recent success. If he can stay healthy, he could indeed be a Selke candidate this season.

OTTAWA SUN: Senators backup Robin Lehner stuck up for starter Craig Anderson, who was yanked from Saturday’s game against the Kings after giving up two goals on only four shots.

WINNIPEG SUN: The NHL has suspended Jets winger Anthony Peluso three games for hitting Dallas Stars defenseman Alex Goligoski from behind.

TORONTO STAR: The Maple Leafs hope the momentum from their upset win over the Chicago Blackhawks on Saturday  carries over into their upcoming game against the injury-depleted Pittsburgh Penguins.