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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 17

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Ken Campbell writes that the Kontinental League has decided to allow Alexander Radulov’s contract with Ufa.

In Double OT, Mike Brophy remembers his first NHL game and the Hamilton Red Wings.

In his blog, Ryan Dixon writes it’s time for Peter Forsberg to hang ‘em up.

The Top 10 counts down the best showings from the hockey community in the American Century Championship celebrity golf tournament.

News and Views…

Atlanta: Mike Knobler of the Atlanta Journal –Constitution writes about the one-year deal given to goalie Kari Lehtonen. (more...)

Buffalo: The Sabres signed Dan Paille, Clarke MacArthur and Mark Mancari. (more...)

Calgary: Signed Jamie Lundmark.

Chicago: Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes about the outdoor game January 1 in Wrigley Field becoming official. (more...)

Re-signed Marc Methot and Alexandre Picard… Tom Reed of the Columbus Dispatch writes about injured prospect goalie Steve Mason’s recovery. (more...)

Edmonton: Terry Jones of the Edmonton Sun writes about the six-year, $33 million extension given to Shawn Horcoff. (more...)

Los Angeles: Re-signed Matt Moulson, Erik Ersberg and Gabe Gauthier… Rich Hammond of the Los Angeles Daily News writes that the Kings will introduce Terry Murray as the new head coach Thursday. (more...)

Minnesota: John Shipley of the Minnesota Pioneer Press writes about the team putting Stephane Veilleux on waivers. (more...)

Montreal: Re-signed Shawn Belle and Mike Glumac… Pat Hockey of the Montreal Gazette writes about the re-signing of Ryan O’Byrne, the last free agent the Habs needed to re-sign. (more...)

Brad Schrade of The Tennessean writes that the NHL may not have performed a proper audit on William Del Biaggio. (more...)

New York Islanders: Re-signed Sean Bergenheim and Jeff Tambellini… Greg Logan of New York Newsday writes that Kyle Okposo is ready to be an NHL scorer. (more...)

New York Rangers:
Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes about the new contract given to Nigel Dawes. (more...)

Ottawa: Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen writes that with all the trade speculation, the Sens don’t have cap spac to work with until they sign Andrej Meszaros and Antoine Vermette and suggests Meszaros has an offer to play in the Kontinental League. (more...)

St. Louis: Re-signed Jeff Woywitka.

Toronto: Mary Ormsby of the Toronto Star writes about the free pre-season game Toronto is hosting. (more...)

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