Guillaume Latendresse to play for Senators in Game Two, Jarome Iginla embracing life with the Penguins, Tyler Bozak suffered a torn triceps, Alex Edler’s cheapshot on Eric Staal at the Worlds, plus the latest on the Oilers and Jets.
OTTAWA SUN: Guillaume Latendresse will replace Matt Kassian in the Senators lineup for Game Two against the Pittsburgh Penguins in their conference semifinal series.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: The Senators need less toughness against the Penguins and more offense.
CALGARY HERALD: Former Flames captain Jarome Iginla is adjusting to life with the Pittsburgh Penguins.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: Iginla also spoke about his future plans, indicating he has no plans to retire following this season.
NBC SPORTS PRO HOCKEY TALK: Toronto Maple Leafs center Tyler Bozak was sidelined by a 70 percent tear of his right triceps in Game Five of the Leafs-Bruins conference quarter final.
VANCOUVER PROVINCE: Tony Gallagher suggests Alex Edler’s knee-on-knee hit of Eric Staal in the World Championships should have Canucks fans wondering where his career is going.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: That cheapshot was the exclamation point on a disappointing season for Edler, whose performance this season has some Vancouver pundits suggesting he could become trade bait by the June Entry Draft weekend.
EDMONTON SUN: Terry Jones has some of the details of what will be contained in the planned new arena for the Oilers.
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: The Jets have cut ties with their ECHL affiliate.