Flames rookie Baertschi on a roll…Doubts growing again over Luongo…Anderson return for Senators by next Tuesday?…Leafs blank downLightning…Jets tired of talking about woeful road record…Bourque frustrating Canadiens coach…Oilers hope to play “spoiler” against Flames…

CALGARY HERALD: Emergency call-up Sven Baertschi doesn’t know how much longer he’ll be with the Flames but is making the most of it, potting his third goal in four games as Calgary beat the Phoenix Coyotes 4-1.

Luongo hearing more "boos" than "Loos" of late.

VANCOUVER PROVINCE: Roberto Luongo’s recent struggles once again raises doubts of fans and critics.

OTTAWA SUN: Injured Senators goalie Craig Anderson could return from his finger injury as early as next Tuesday.

TORONTO SUN: The Maple Leafs refuse to “tank”, blanking downing the Tampa Bay Lightning 3-1. They also found out yesterday winger Nikolai Kulemin is likely out for the season with a broken finger.

WINNIPEG SUN: The Jets are tired of talking about their woeful (11-19-4) road record. Here’s a thought: use that as motivation to win more road games, and you won’t have to talk about it as much.

CANOE.CA: Montreal Canadiens head coach Randy Cunneyworth is unhappy with the inconsistent play of winger Rene Bourque, a criticism Calgary fans and pundits know only too well.

EDMONTON JOURNAL: The Oilers are hoping to play “spoiler” to the Calgary Flames playoff hopes when the two clubs meet tonight.