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The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 8

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In Campbell’s Cuts, Ken Campbell writes that Marian Hossa could be in Detroit for the long term.

Mike Brophy writes that the Todd Bertuzzi signing is well worth the risk for Calgary.

In his blog, Adam Proteau writes that the NHL should let the Kevin Lowe-Brian Burke feud fester.

In his blog, Mike Brophy writes Jaromir Jagr will be missed regardless if you liked him or not.

The Rumor Roundup focuses on what may happen with a few defensemen before next season starts.

News and Views…

Anaheim: Signed David LeNeveu… Eric Stephens of the Los Angeles Times writes that the NHL has ordered the feud between Ducks GM Brian Burke and Oilers GM Kevin Lowe to stop. (more...)

Boston: Stephen Harris of the Boston Herald previews the Bruins’ development camp. (more...)

Calgary: Scott Cruickshank of the Calgary Herald writes about the signing of Todd Bertuzzi. (more...)

Carolina: Luke Decock of the Raleigh News and Observer writes that with Dennis Seidenberg’s contract extension, expect one of Frantisek Kaberle or Niclas Wallin to be traded. (more...)

Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes that the outdoor Heritage Classic will be officially given to Chicago soon. (more...)

Columbus: Re-signed R.J. Umberger to a four-year contract.

Dallas: Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News writes about the Stars’ development camp and focuses on goalie Tyler Beskorowany. (more...)

Minnesota: Patrick Reusse of the Minneapolis Star Tribune writes about the Wild adding players from the bargain basement. (more...)

New York Rangers: John Dellapina of the New York Daily News writes that the new target for the NHL is to have an outdoor game at the new Yankee Stadium. (more...)

Ottawa: Re-signed Greg Mauldin.

Philadelphia: Signed Aaron Asham… Ed Moran of the Philadelphia Daily News writes about Paul Holmgren’s three-year extension with the club. (more...)

Pittsburgh: Signed Ben Lovejoy and Janne Pesonen.

Tampa Bay: Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune writes about the signing of Mark Recchi and how with him, the team has 14 forwards. (more...)

Toronto: Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star writes that with the signing of Matt Stajan, next year’s lineup is set, with the exception of a possible Mats Sundin return. (more...)

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