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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 10

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In Double OT, Mike Brophy writes that Jason Smith’s role with the Senators will be to get the troops in line in the dressing room.

In his blog, Adam Proteau writes about the rivalry stewing between Vancouver and St. Louis.

Ryan Dixon writes in his blog that the World Junior Championship belongs in small towns and not big cities.

The Top 10 counts down some of the more notable players who said goodbye to the NHL this summer.

News and Views…

Boston: Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe writes about the Bruins’ first round pick, big Joe Colborne. (more...)

Carolina: Re-signed Chad LaRose for one-year.

Chicago: Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes about Chicago’s first round pick, Kyle Beach. (more...)

Colorado: Adrian Dater of the Denver Post writes about new Avs assistant coach, Dave Barr. (more...)

Columbus: Re-signed Michael Peca for one-year and coach Ken Hitchcock for three years… President of the Continental League in Russia, Alexander Medvedev, says the Jackets have to pay compensation to bring over Nikita Filatov. (more...)

Detroit: Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News writes about the Wings’ prospect camp. (more...)

Florida: Alan Tays of the Palm Beach Post writes about the Panthers signing Anthony Stewart and hiring Jim Hulton as assistant coach. (more...)

Montreal: Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette writes about the Josh Gorges re-signing. (more...)

San Jose: Re-signed Christian Ehrhoff for three years.

St. Louis: Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes about the journey goalie Chris Mason took to the NHL. (more...)

Toronto: Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star writes about the Maple Leafs’ prospects camp. (more...)

Washington: Re-signed Sergei Fedorov for one year and Brooks Laich for three years.

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