Another milestone for Jagr, Julien ties a Bruins franchise coaching record and more in your NHL morning coffee headlines. 

Jaromir Jagr celebrates with teammates after collecting his 1,850th NHL point.

Jaromir Jagr (center) celebrates with teammates after collecting his 1,850th NHL point.

SUN-SENTINEL.COM:  Jaromir Jagr’s first-period assist during the Florida Panthers 3-2 loss to the Colorado Avalanche was his 1,850th career NHL point, tying him for third on the all-time list with the great Gordie Howe. Jagr is now only 37 points behind Mark Messier for second on that list.

BOSTON HERALD: The Boston Bruins downed the Chicago Blackhawks 5-2, giving head coach Claude Julien his 387th victory behind the Bruins bench, tying Art Ross for the franchise record.

THE ORANGE COUNTY REGISTER/THE ARIZONA REPUBLIC: Last night’s game between the Anaheim Ducks and Arizona Coyotes was a story of two clubs going in different direction. The Ducks won the game 5-1 for their 10th straight win, while the Coyotes dropped their seventh straight.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: It wasn’t that long ago the Ducks were near the bottom of the Western Conference standings while the Coyotes were holding a playoff berth. The roles have reversed in recent weeks. 

THE TAMPA TRIBUNE:  The Lighting matched a franchise record with their eighth straight win, dropping the Ottawa Senators 4-1.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: Injuries and inconsistency plagued the Lightning through much of the first half of the season. With a healthier roster, they’re winning more often and no longer in danger of falling out of playoff contention. 

NEW YORK DAILY NEWS:  Rangers goalie Henrik Lundqvist went into an uncharacteristic tantrum by knocking his net off its mooring and flipping it into the end boards during the second period of last night’s 4-1 loss to the Pittsburgh Penguins. He apparently suffered a neck injury during a collision with teammates but was unable to signal the referee that he was hurt on the play.

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MONTREAL GAZETTE: Canadiens goaltender Carey Price believes he’s turned the corner in his lengthy recovery from a knee injury. While not setting a timelime, he hopes to return to action before the end of the season.

SPECTOR’S NOTE: That return won’t save the Canadiens season, but it will provide Price with an opportunity to game test his right knee to ensure he feels no further discomfort. 

TWINCITIES.COM: The Minnesota Wild welcomes defenseman Jonas Brodin back to the lineup after he missed 13 games with a broken foot.

THE DETROIT NEWS: After playing through a red-hot performance in January, Red Wings goalie Petr Mrazek has gone cold in recent games, sporting a 3-2-1 record in his last six games with a 3.53 GAA and .876 save percentage.