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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 22

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John Stevens was named coach of the year and Ken Holland executive of the year by The Hockey News.

Viktor Tikhonov writes about being at the draft and the Coyotes’ prospect camp in his blog.

In Campbell’s Cuts, Ken looks at the news and explains his views on them.

In his blog, Mike Brophy questions whether or not the Flames are good enough to make it to he playoffs.

Adam Proteau explains why Ted Nolan deserves another shot behind and NHL bench, in his blog.

The Rumor Roundup talks about Anze Kopitar, the Philly Flyers and Brendan Shanahan.

News and Views…

Anaheim: Signed Eric Boguniecki.

Calgary: Scott Cruickshank of the Calgary Herald writes about the opening of the Flames’ prospect camp and the return of Daniel Ryder. (more...)

Chicago: Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes about the re-signing of goalie Corey Crawford to a one-year deal. (more...)

Dallas: Acquired Lauri Tukonen from L.A. for Richard Clune.

Detroit: Re-signed Jimmy Howard and Jonathan Ericsson… John Niyo of the Detroit News writes that GM Ken Holland is in talks with Brad McCrimmon to fill the vacant assistant coachjob. (more...)

Los Angeles: Re-signed Peter Harrold to a three-year deal.

New York Islanders: Greg Logan of the New York Newsday writes that Paul Maurice will be interviewed first for the vacant head coaching position. (more...)

New York Rangers: Re-signed Greg Moore.

Philadelphia: Re-signed Joffrey Lupul to a four-year deal… Ed Moran of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes about the naming of John Stevens as coach of the year by The Hockey News. (more...)

Pittsburgh: Re-signed Jonathan Filewich, Paul Bissonnette and Jeff Taffe.

Toronto: Paul Hunter of the Toronto Star writes that although Mats Sundin hasn’t decided on his future, the Leafs are still in the picture. (more...)

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