The Hockey News Daily Dish: May 17

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Yesterday’s Action…

No games.

News and Views…

Ken Campbell sets the stage for the World Championship final Sunday. (more…)

Anaheim: Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times writes owner Henry Samueli’s woes don’t have the NHL’s brass concerned. (more…)

Carolina: J.P. Giglio of the Raleigh News and Observer writes coach Peter Laviolette will return to coach next season. (more…)

Detroit: Jennifer Floyd Engel of the Detroit Free Press writes Marty Turco is clearly a better goalie than Chris Osgood. (more…)

Bob Stauffer of the Edmonton Sun writes Joni Pitkanen could be out and Wade Redden could be in. (more…)

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Florida: Alan Tays of the Palm Beach Post writes about GM Jacques Martin’s contract extension. (more…)

Ottawa: Allen Panzeri of the Ottawa Citizen writes the next coach of the Sens needs to be able to take charge. (more…)

Joe Juliano of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that Kimmo Timonen could return to the lineup Sunday after missing the first four games with a blood clot. (more…)

What’s on tap…

Dallas at Detroit, Game 5, 1:30 p.m.

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