The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 23

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In his blog, Ryan Kennedy writes why the NHL still may prticipate in the 2014 Olympics.

The Ask Adam mailbag tackles your questions on Joe Sakic, players signing new contracts, Wade Redden’s contract and more.

The Hot List, a list of players we can’t wait to see in the NHL, runs down players impressing at prospect camps and focuses on Kings defenseman Colten Teubert.

News and Views…

Anaheim: Signed Troy Brodie and Ryan Donally.

Buffalo: Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News writes that Teppo Numminen is in the team’s plans and the two sides are working out a deal. (more…)

Calgary: Jon Down of the Calgary Herald writes that goalie Leland Irving is ready to bounce back from a mediocre season to win a job in the Flames organization. (more…)

Carolina: Luck DeCock of the Raleigh News and Observer writes that Glen Wesley will have his jersey number retired in February. (more…)

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New Jersey: Mark Everson of the New York Post writes that Larry Robinson has decided to leave the Devils’ bench. (more…)

New York Rangers: Signed RFA Hugh Jessiman.

Philadelphia: Signed Kevin Marshall to an entry-level deal… Matt Gelb of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes about James van Riemsdyk’s preparation for the upcoming season. (more…)

Phoenix: Re-signed Daniel Carcillo.

San Jose: Signed Thomas Pielmeier and Tyson Sexsmith to entry-level deals and re-signed Mike Morris and Riley Armstrong to one-year deals.

Toronto: Tim Hunter and Rob Zettler were named assistants on the big club. (more…)

Vancouver: Brad Ziemer of the Vancouver Sun writes about GM Mike Gillis’ take on Mats Sundin’s comments from earlier in the week. (more…)

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