Jets down the Avalanche, Leafs beat the Hurricanes, Canucks blank the Flames, Canadiens fall to the Panthers, plus updates on the Senators and Oilers.

VANCOUVER PROVINCE/CALGARY HERALD: Eddie Lack backstopped the Canucks to a 2-0 win over the Calgary Flames. The win was overshadowed by an ugly incident in which Flames enforcer Brian McGrattan received five minutes for elbowing Canucks defenseman Andrew Alberts, five minutes for fighting and a game misconduct.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: McGrattan could face supplemental discipline for the incident.

Blake Wheeler celebrates his last second overtime goal against the Avalanche.

Blake Wheeler celebrates his last second overtime goal against the Avalanche.

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: Blake Wheeler scored with 1.5 seconds remaining in overtime to lift the Jets to a 2-1 victory over the Colorado Avalanche, who also lost forward P.A. Parenteau to a knee injury.

TORONTO SUN: Jonanthan Bernier made 41 saves, Phil Kessel scored twice and Tyler Bozak collected three assists as the Maple Leafs defeated the Carolina Hurricanes 5-2.

MONTREAL GAZETTE: Defensive breakdowns proved costly as the Montreal Canadiens fell 4-1 to the Florida Panthers.

OTTAWA SUN: The Senators will face off against the Washington Capitals on Monday without Jason Spezza (lower body) and Chris Phillips (foot).

EDMONTON SUN: Jesse  Joensuu is getting his chance with the Oilers.