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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 31

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In his blog, Adam Proteau awards the NHL’s best nose as voted by you, the reader.

In Mark Moore’s blog, he writes about how speed trumps size in the NHL game.

The Top 10 counts down reasons why Mats Sundin is not a Hall of Famer.

The Fantasy Mailbag answers your questions on how to start a pool, how to manage your team and when it’s a good time to trade star players like Pavel Datsyuk.

News and Views…

Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News writes about Craig Rivet’s initial disappointment of being dealt to the Sabres, but how he’s grown into it. (more...)

Carolina: In Lord Stanley’s blog, the Raleigh News and Observer’s Luke DeCock writes about the signing of prospect Drayson Bowman. (more...)

Columbus: Tom Reed of the Columbus Post-Dispatch writes about the re-signing of Pascal Leclaire to a three-year deal. (more...)

Detroit: Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News writes about the re-signing of Valtteri Filppula and how it puts the team up against the salary cap. (more...)

Minnesota: Bruce Brothers of the St. Paul Pioneer Press writes about the buying out of Mark Parrish. (more...)

Brad Schrade of The Tennessean finishes his two-part segment on the secret loans to William Del Biaggio that helped secure his part of the purchase of the Predators. (more...)

New York Islanders: Greg Logan of New York Newsday writes that Joel Quenneville is out as a potential Islanders coach as he will be taking a year off. (more...)

New York Rangers: Signed David Skokan to the American League’s Hartford Wolf Pack.

Vancouver: Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun writes that the Canucks are optimistic Mats Sundin will decide to play with them next season. (more...)

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