Recaps of last night’s games involving Canadian NHL teams, plus the latest on Mikhail Grabovski, Nikolai Khabibulin, Milan Michalek and Rene Bourque.

Olli Jokinen (12) celebrates one of his two goals as the Jets down the Rangers 4-3.

Olli Jokinen (L) celebrates one of his two goals as the Jets down the Rangers 4-3.

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS/NEW YORK POST: The Winnipeg Jets handed the NY Rangers their fourth straight loss with a 4-3 victory. Olli Jokinen and Evander Kane each scored twice as the Jets held off a late rally by the Rangers.

ARIZONA REPUBLIC/VANCOUVER PROVINCE. Kyle Chipchura scored twice and Mike Smith made 29 saves as the Phoenix Coyotes doubled up the Vancouver Canucks 4-2. Jason Garrison and Henrik Sedin tallied for the Canucks.

STARTRIBUNE.COM/CALGARY HERALD: The Calgary Flames inability to extend a 1-0 lead proved costly as the Minnesota Wild rallied to win the game 2-1 in overtime.  Zach Parise netted the winner on a power-play for the Wild.

TORONTO STAR: Mikhail Grabovski is the Maple Leafs the Canadiens love to hate, in part because he has more points against them than any other team.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Grabovski obviously gets motivated to beat his former club.

EDMONTON SUN: Nikolai Khabibulin’s recent strong play is complicating the Oilers goaltending picture.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Can’t blame the coach for going with the hot hand.

OTTAWA SUN: Milan Michalek (knee) could return to the Senators lineup this weekend.

MONTREAL GAZETTE: Canadiens forward Rene Bourque has been sidelined by a concussion.