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The Hockey News Daily Dish: June 11

Yesterday at thn.com:

Adam Proteau analyzes Ron Wilson’s hiring as the new head coach of the Maple Leafs.

In his blog, Rory Boylen writes about the day the music died.

Sam McCaig writes about the longevity of Chris Chelios, in his blog.

The Hot List runs down a few under the radar draft eligible players and features Windsor Spitfires forward Joshua Bailey.

News and Views…



Buffalo:
John Vogl of the Buffalo News writes about the coming together of the Sabres and the American League’s Portland Pirates. (more...)

Dallas: Milenko Martinovich of the Fort Worth Star Telegram writes about Mattias Norstrom retiring. (more...)

Detroit: The Wings are expected to give coach Mike Babcock a three-year contract extension. (more...)

Colorado: Acquired Marty Sertich from Dallas.

Los Angeles: Lisa Dillman of the Los Angeles Times writes about the firing of head coach Marc Crawford. (more...)

Minnesota: Michael Russo of the Minnesota Star Tribune writes about the acquisition of Marc-Andre Bergeron. (more...)

Toronto: Damien Cox of the Toronto Star writes about Ron wilson’s hiring as the new head coach. (more...)

Vancouver: Trevor Linden is expected to retire Wednesday. (more...)

What’s on tap…

NHL Draft scheduled for June 20-21 in Ottawa.

The Hockey News Daily Dish, a roundup of all the previous day's news, appears each morning only on THN.com.

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