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The Hockey News Daily Dish: June 10

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In his Campbell’s Cuts column, Ken Campbell says hockey has bigger problems than Hockey Night in Canada losing its theme song.

Mike Brophy writes that the Leafs continue to spin in circles, in his blog.

In his blog, Adam Proteau says goodbye to Hasek and hello to Mr. Wilson.

In Rumor Roundup: The wheels of off-season rumors begin to churn.

News and Views…

Atlanta: Mike Nobler of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution writes that the search for a new head coach is underway and lists three prime candidates. (more...)

Buffalo: John Vogl of the Buffalo News writes that Portland will be the new American League affiliate for the Sabres. (more...)

Colorado: Adrian Dater of the Denver Post writes that Jose Theodore is close to re-signing, but Andrew Brunette is not. (more...)

Dallas: Re-signed Toby Petersen and Dan Jancevski for two years.

Detroit: Drew Sharp of the Detroit Free Press writes that the Wings should retire Dominik Hasek’s number. (more...)

Brian Biggane of the Palm Beach Post writes about the surcharge on Panthers tickets next season. (more...)

Montreal: Re-signed Maxim Lapierre to a two-year contract.

Niko Kapanen signed with Ak Bars Kazan in Russia.

Toronto: Paul Hunter of the Toronto Star writes that Mats Sundin will likely play again, but where is up in the air. (more...)

Colby Genoway signed with Mora IK in Sweden.

What’s on tap…

NHL Draft scheduled for June 20-21 in Ottawa.

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