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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 29

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In Campbell’s Cuts, Ken Campbell writes that Sundin is likely to choose to return to Toronto, but should they have him back?

In his blog, Adam Proteau tries to make it feel like hockey season in July.

The Rumor Roundup wonders what this one-year deal for Jay Bouwmeester means for his future in Florida and where Glen Murray and Brendan Shanahan might fit.

News and Views…

Buffalo: Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News writes about the rise in ticket prices in Buffalo for Leafs and Canadiens games. (more...)

Calgary: Kristen Odland of the Calgary Herald writes about John Negrin’s snub from the Canadian junior team’s summer camp and how he can focus more closely on the Flames. (more...)

Florida: Brian Biggane of the Palm Beach Post writes about the Jay Bouwmeester signing, but suggests he may be unhappy and could leave as a free agent at the end of next season. (more...)

Nashville: John Glennon of The Tennessean writes that first round pick Colin Wilson will return to Boston University for one more season instead of turning pro. (more...)

Tampa Bay: Brant James of the St. Petersburg Times writes that Steven Stamkos is expected to sign a three-year entry level contract with the Lightning Tuesday. (more...)

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