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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 26

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In Top Shelf, Ryan Dixon writes that the Bruins should have fans of the team buzzing with excitement.

Ken Campbell writes about Caps coach Bruce Boudreau helping run a camp for aspiring pros to give his son a break, in his blog.

In his blog, Edward Fraser runs down the top potential 2009 UFAs from the Southeast Division.

News and Views…

Colorado: Adrian Dater of the Denver Post writes about the two-year extension given to Marek Svatos. (more...)

Detroit: The Detroit Free Press reports on Mike Babcock’s time with the Cup. (more...)

Edmonton: Joanne Ireland of the Edmonton Journal writes that Erik Cole is looking for a bigger role with the Oilers. (more...)

Minnesota: Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes about the five-year extension given to Pierre-Marc Bouchard to avoid salary arbitration. (more...)

New Jersey: Mark Everson of the New York Post writes that Sergei Brylin confirmed his move to the Kontinental League. (more...)

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