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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 12

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Alexander Radulov’s signing with Ufa of the Continental League will trigger a battle between the KHL and NHL, writes Ken Campbell.

In Top Shelf, Ryan Dixon writes about the rough days for the New York Islanders.

Adam Proteau analyzes the Jay Feaster resignation and suggests he should get another opportunity elsewhere.

Edward Fraser has a talk with Nashville GM David Poile.

In his blog, Ryan Kennedy defends the Boston Bruins’ inactivity on the free agent market.

Fantasy Pool Look gives off-season reports for the Panthers and Kings.

In the Ask Adam mailbag: What’s next for L.A.; ticket prices; the Erik Cole trade, and more.

News and Views…

Anaheim: Signed Steve Montador for one year.

Calgary: Scott Cruickshank of the Calgary Herald writes about Jarome Iginla’s desire to line up next to Todd Bertuzzi. (more...)

Montreal: Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette writes about Max Pacioretty’s dominance of the Habs’ prospect camp. (more...)

Minnesota: Traded Shawn Belle to Montreal for Corey Locke.

Nashville: Jessica Hopp of the Tennessean, writes that the NHL will fight Alexander Radulov’s contract in Russia, because he is still under contract to the Predators. (more...)

San Jose: Re-signed Marcel Goc for one year.

Tampa Bay:
Chris Gratton re-signed for one year…Damian Cristodero of the St. Petersburg Times writes about Jay Feaster’s resignation as GM of the club. (more...)

Washington: Re-signed Boyd Gordon for one year.

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