Canucks re-sign Zack Kassian, Flames re-sign Paul Byron, plus updates on the other Canadian NHL clubs.
VANCOUVER SUN: The Canucks have re-signed winger Zack Kassian to a two-year, $3.5 million contract.
CALGARY HERALD: The Flames have re-signed Paul Byron to a one-year, one-way contract.
EDMONTON JOURNAL: Oilers coach Dallas Eakins believes the club’s recent additions are a step in the right direction.
OTTAWA CITIZEN: Mark Stone faces challenge of earning a roster spot on the Senators crowded right wing.
TORONTO SUN: Recently reacquired Maple Leaf Matt Frattin isn’t haunted by his missed opportunity to help the club clinch a victory in Game 7 of last year’s Conference quarterfinal against Boston.
SPECTOR’S NOTE: Leafs fans certainly remain haunted by that game.
WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: Jets 2014 first-round pick Nikolaj Ehlers will attend their prospect camp, which opens Monday at the MTS Centre.
MONTREAL GAZETTE: The Canadiens have invited 50 prospects to their development camp, held next week in Brossard.