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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 11

Yesterday at thn.com:

In Screen Shots, Adam Proteau rates his five worst signings of 2008.

In his blog, Ken Campbell writes about the CBA contradiction that Jonas Frogren’s contract has exposed.

Rory Boylen remembers NHL ’94 and Jaromir Jagr, in his blog.

Mark Seidel rates teams on their performance at the draft, in Part 2 of 3 of his blog.

News and Views…

Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star writes about the agreement between the NHL and KHL where neither side will poach players still under contract. (more...)

Anaheim: Before ending the feud with Edmonton GM Kevin Lowe, Brian Burke rebuffed a few of Lowe’s comments from last week. (more...)

Colorado: Steve Yingling of the Denver Post writes that Joe Sakic is still pondering his future, but will decide before training camp. (more...)

Columbus: The Jackets signed Nikita Filatov to an entry-level deal. (more...)

Detroit: George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press writes about Detroit’s pre-season schedule, which comes to Halifax, Nova Scotia. (more...)

Nashville: Alexander Radulov signed to play for Ufa of the Continental League in Russia next season. (more...)

Tampa Bay: Damian Cristodero writes that GM Jay Feaster is in talks with the team that may end up with his dismissal. (more...)

Vancouver: Ben Kuzma of the Vancouver Province writes about the signing of Pavol Demitra to a two-year, $8 million deal. (more...)

Washington: Re-signed Eric Fehr to a one-year deal.

The Hockey News Daily Dish, a roundup of all the previous day's news, appears each morning only on THN.com.

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