Game recaps, the Flames swing a minor trade with the Panthers, Todd Bertuzzi signs a minor-league PTO contract with the Senators, and more in today’s collection of notable headlines involving your favorite Canadian NHL teams.

The Maple Leafs celebrate Phil Kessel's goal against the Blue Jackets.

The Toronto Maple Leafs celebrate Phil Kessel’s goal against the Blue Columbus Blue Jackets.

TORONTO SUN: Hours after team president Brendan Shanahan put the Maple Leafs players on notice, they responded with a convincing 5-2 victory over the visiting Columbus Blue Jackets. It was interim coach Peter Horachek’s first win since taking over as head coach from Randy Carlyle earlier in the week.

EDMONTON JOURNAL: Nail Yakupov and Taylor Hall broke their respective scoring slumps as the Edmonton Oilers upset the Chicago Blackhawks 5-2. Center Derek Roy, who joined the Oilers in a recent trade, has two goals and three assists in six games.

CALGARY HERALD: Tomas Fleischmann scored to lift the Florida Panthers to a wild 6-5 victory over the Calgary Flames. Earlier in the day, the two clubs made a swap of minor leaguers, with the Panthers shipping center Drew Shore to the Flames in exchange for Corban Knight.

MONTREAL GAZETTE: The Canadiens hope to build upon their first-half success over the remainder of this season.

WINNIPEG FREE PRESS: A recent slump has the Jets clinging to the last wild-card berth in the Western Conference.

OTTAWA SUN: The Senators have signed free-agent winger Todd Bertuzzi to a minor-league PTO contract.

THE VANCOUVER SUN: Call-up defenseman Frank Corrado hopes for a chance to play a game for the Canucks.