The long wait for hockey fans is over and NHL training camps are officially under way. Halvalla Nike Air Max . Canadas seven NHL franchises kick off the new season with jobs and roles at stake. Get set for the start of camp as TSNs bureau reporters in each Canadian city provide an expanded depth chart as well as three important questions to be answered as the race to puck drop commences. Calgary Flames DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Curtis Glencross Mikael Backlund Jiri Hudler Mason Raymond* Sean Monahan Joe Colborne Johnny Gaudreau Matt Stajan David Jones Brandon Bollig* Lance Bouma Brian McGrattan Paul Byron Markus Granlund Devin Setoguchi* David Wolf* Sam Bennett* Ben Hanowski Defence Left Right Mark Giordano T.J. Brodie (L) Kris Russell Dennis Wideman Ladislav Smid Deryk Engelland* Tyler Wotherspoon Corey Potter Patrick Sieloff Raphael Diaz Goaltenders Jonas Hiller* Karri Ramo * - new to the organization Flames three most important questions entering training camp: 1. Will 2014 Hobey Baker winner Johnny Gaudreau and fourth-overall pick Sam Bennett make the opening day lineup? 2. Who will win the battle in the crease? Will it be new arrival Jonas Hiller or Karri Ramo - who looks to build on last season? 3. Will Mikael Backlund pick up where he left off last season and emerge as the Flames No. 1 centre? Edmonton Oilers DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Taylor Hall Ryan Nugent-Hopkins Jordan Eberle David Perron Leon Draisaitl* Nail Yakupov Benoit Pouliot* Boyd Gordon Teddy Purcell* Matt Hendricks Mark Arcobello Steven Pinizzotto Jesse Joensuu Anton Lander Tyler Pitlick Luke Gazdic Bogdan Yakimov Iiro Pekarinen Defence Left Right Andrew Ference Mark Fayne* Martin Marincin Jeff Petry Nikita Nikitin* Justin Schultz* Keith Aulie* Oscar Klefbom (L) Darnell Nurse Martin Gernat (L) Goaltenders Ben Scrivens Viktor Fasth * - new to the organization Oilers three most important questions entering training camp: 1. Will 2014 first-rounder Leon Draisaitl and/or 19-year-old 2013 first-rounder Darnell Nurse force their way into the opening night lineup? 2. Who - among a group of players that doesnt include a single 10-goal, single-season scorer - will be the No. 2 centre behind Ryan Nugent-Hopkins? 3. Will someone emerge as a complementary player to 2012 first-overall pick Yakupov and his all-over-the-ice style? Montreal Canadiens DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Max Pacioretty David Desharnais Brendan Gallagher Rene Bourque Tomas Plekanec PA Parenteau* Brandon Prust Lars Eller Dale Weise Michael Bournival Manny Malhotra* Jiri Sekac* Travis Moen Alex Galchenyuk Sven Andrighetto Drayson Bowman* Gabriel Dumont Jacob De la Rose Defence Left Right Andrei Markov P.K. Subban Alexei Emelin Tom Gilbert* Nathan Beaulieu Mike Weaver Jarred Tinordi Greg Pateryn Francis Bouillon Davis Drewiske Goaltenders Carey Price Peter Budaj * - new to the organization Canadiens three most important questions entering training camp: 1. How will Alex Galchenyuk fare at centre and what will be the trickle-down effect if he makes the transition from the wing to the middle of the ice? 2. Are newcomers P.A. Parenteau and Jiri Sekac locks to fill the positions vacated by Brian Gionta and Thomas Vanek, or will 21-year-old Sven Andrighetto or 19-year-old Jacob De La Rose win jobs? 3. Are young, inexperienced defencemen Nathan Beaulieu, Jarred Tinordi and Greg Pateryn ready to be full-time NHLers? Ottawa Senators DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Clarke MacArthur Kyle Turris Bobby Ryan Milan Michalek Mika Zibanejad Alex Chiasson* Colin Greening David Legwand* Erik Condra Mike Hoffman Zack Smith Chris Neil Matt Puempel Jean-Gabriel Pageau Mark Stone Shane Prince Derek Grant Curtis Lazar Defence Left Right Marc Methot Erik Karlsson Jared Cowen Cody Ceci Chris Phillips Patrick Wiercioch (L) Mark Borowiecki Eric Gryba Aaron Johnson* Fredrik Claesson (L) Goaltenders Craig Anderson Robin Lehner * - new to the organization Senators three most important questions entering training camp: 1. Will a fully-healthy Erik Karlsson and Bobby Ryan be able to lead the Senators offence? 2. With the loss of centre Jason Spezza, can Kyle Turris and/or 21-year-old Mika Zibanejad fill the offensive void down the middle? 3. Can 19-year-old Curtis Lazar make the team or will his spot go to another prospect with previous NHL experience? Toronto Maple Leafs DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing James van Riemsdyk Tyler Bozak Phil Kessel Leo Komarov* Nazem Kadri Joffrey Lupul David Booth* Mike Santorelli* David Clarkson Daniel Winnik* Peter Holland Matt Frattin* Troy Bodie Petri Kontiola* Josh Leivo Carter Ashton Trevor Smith Colton Orr Defence Left Right Dion Phaneuf Stephane Robidas* Jake Gardiner Cody Franson Morgan Rielly Roman Polak* Henrik Tallinder* Petter Granberg Stuart Percy Korbinian Holzer Andrew MacWilliam Tom Nilsson Goaltenders Jonathan Bernier James Reimer * - new to the organization Leafs three most important questions entering training camp: 1. Which of the new additions - Winnik, Frattin, Booth and Kontiola amongst others - will earn jobs in the Leafs crowded forward ranks? 2. David Clarkson is entering Year Two of his seven-year, $36.75-million contract - will he step up after struggling in Year One? 3. Who will emerge as Dion Phaneufs new defence partner if Stephane Robidas is not ready for top pairing minutes? Vancouver Canucks DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Daniel Sedin Henrik Sedin Radim Vrbata* Zack Kassian Nick Bonino* Alexandre Burrows Chris Higgins Linden Vey* Jannik Hansen Tom Sestito Brad Richardson Derek Dorsett* Hunter Shinkaruk Shawn Matthias Nicklas Jensen Mike Zalewski Bo Horvat Defence Left Right Dan Hanhuis Chris Tanev Kevin Bieksa Alexander Edler Ryan Stanton Frank Corrado Luca Sbisa* Yannick Weber Peter Andersson Bobby Sanguinetti Goaltenders Ryan Miller Eddie Lack * - new to the organization Canucks three most important questions entering training camp: 1. With Ryan Kesler gone, who will step up and play behind Henrik Sedin as the Canucks second-line centre? 2. Will winger Zack Kassian finally get a top six role up front? 3. Do young Canuck prospects Hunter Shinkaruk and Bo Horvat have a shot to make the big club? Winnipeg Jets DEPTH CHART Forwards Left Wing Centre Right Wing Andrew Ladd Bryan Little Blake Wheeler Evander Kane Mark Scheifele Michael Frolik T.J. Galiardi* Mathieu Perreault* Dustin Byfuglien Chris Thorburn Jim Slater Anthony Peluso Eric Tangradi Adam Lowry Matt Halischuk Nikolaj Ehlers* Patrice Cormier Carl Klingberg Defence Left Right Tobias Enstrom Jacob Trouba Mark Stuart Zach Bogosian Grant Clitsome Paul Postma Adam Pardy Keaton Ellerby Joshua Morrissey Ben Chiarot Goaltenders Ondrej Pavelec Michael Hutchinson * - new to the organization Jets three most important questions entering training camp: 1. Will 19-year-old Josh Morrissey or 18-year-old Nik Ehlers earn roster spots for the start of the seasons? 2. Will Ondrej Pavelec - whose .901 save percentage was last among No. 1 goalies last season - elevate his play with a strong training camp? 3. After much trade speculation last season and continued talk during the summer, how will Evander Kane start the season? Nike Air Max Suomi . Wall made the comment in a speech to a Regina business crowd that included Lesnar. The U.S. wrestler and retired mixed martial artist says he was visiting his brothers farm in Saskatchewan and decided he wanted to hear what the premier had to say. Nike Air Max Myydään . There was little fanfare, though, when the Yankees captain was taken out of his final regular-season Subway Series game in the eighth inning. Jeter watched the last four outs from the bench, pulled off the field during a double switch Thursday night as the Yankees held off the Mets 1-0. http://www.suomiairmax.com/ . -- The NFL cancelled its Hall of Fame game between St.ST. PAUL, Minn. -- Depleted by injuries, and maybe just due for a drop-off, the Detroit Red Wings have found their remarkable 22-season streak of reaching the playoffs in jeopardy. Well, with 12 games to go, they are still in line for a spot. Gustav Nyquists third-period goal gave the Red Wings a 3-2 victory Saturday over the Minnesota Wild, their fourth win in five games. "The young guys are playing more and more and starting to believe in themselves more and more," said Jimmy Howard, who made 28 saves. "Its a fun time of year because youre seeing what we have, and the future looks bright." Brendan Smith and David Legwand each scored on a power play for the Red Wings, who were in a 2-for-25 slump with the man advantage until getting goals on both of their opportunities in this rare afternoon start. The Red Wings also quieted the Wilds top line of Mikael Granlund, Zach Parise and Jason Pominville, held without a point for the first time in eight games. "For both teams it was a muddy track. There was no room for either team. It was just check, check, check, check, check. We found a way to get it done," Red Wings coach Mike Babcock said. The Red Wings, missing stars Pavel Datsyuk and Henrik Zetterberg among others, moved into eighth place in the Eastern Conference with 79 points. Columbus has 78. Mikko Koivu gave the Wild an early lead with a power-play goal, and Charlie Coyle tied it on a third-period penalty shot. But the Wild, clinging to a wild card spot in the Western Conference, fell to 2-3-4 in nine games since the trade deadline. "We cant keep letting these points go to waste. Weve got to come into every game and play a solid 60 minutes," Coyle said, "Its coming down to the wire here, and weve got to make the most of it." The Wild, who have 83 points with 11 games remaining, are in seventh place, slightly ahead of Phoenix. The first team below the cut, Dallas, has 77 points but one more game left than the Wild. Minnesota coach Mike Yeo, prepared for questions from reporters about the recent slide, tried to stress optimism. Nike Air Max Kengät Ale. "Were a confident team, and we feel good about where were going. We just have to jump start things a little bit right now," Yeo said. Just 15 seconds into the final frame, Johan Franzen, trailing Coyle on a breakaway, stuck his stick out to trip the struggling young centre. The penalty shot was awarded, the first of Coyles career. He used a slick right-left move to fake out Howard and tie the game at 2. That was Coyles second goal in 24 games. The momentum didnt last for the Wild, though. Nyquist, who has an NHL-leading 16 goals in 22 games since Jan. 20, sent a snap shot between Jared Spurgeon and Ryan Suter that Wild goalie Darcy Kuemper didnt appear to see right away and let get past his glove. The Red Wings thought they had another one barely a minute later when Franzen was called for making contact with Kuemper before the puck went in. Nyquist, who leads the Red Wings with 21 goals in just 45 of the teams 70 games since being called up from Grand Rapids of the AHL, credited centre Tomas Tatar for creating space. "He did a great job of driving the middle, and its his goal really. All I did was shoot," Nyquist said. Quipped Howard: "Us Maine guys know how to do it right." NOTES: The matinee was scheduled to accommodate the first Big Ten hockey championship game. ... The teams were due in Detroit for a Sunday night rematch, cramming their only two matchups this season into a 32-hour window. ... With Wisconsin taking on Ohio State, Suter and Wild teammate Dany Heatley had strong interest in the Big Ten title game. Heatley played two years for the Badgers from 1999-2001. Suter, a Madison area native, spent the 2003-04 season there before turning pro. ... Legwand was fined $5,000 Friday by the NHL for butting Pittsburghs Evgeni Malkin with the end of his stick when they played the Penguins on Thursday. ... Legwand has two goals and five assists in nine games since he was acquired from Nashville. ... Koivu ended a 13-game streak without a goal. He and Suter share the team lead with 32 assists. 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