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The Hockey News Daily Dish: June 7

News and Views…

An error on the NHL’s website led to an offer of “Alex Ovechkin Hart winner” T-shirts for sale until it was removed. (more...)

Eric Stephens of the Los Angeles Times writes about Brian Burke being named GM for the U.S. Olympic team in 2010. (more...)

Calgary: Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun writes that assistant coach Wayne Fleming turned down a coaching job in the new Russian League. (more...)

Detroit: Francis X. Donnelly writes about Detroit’s Stanley Cup parade. (more...)

Edmonton: Acquired Ryan Potulny from Philadelphia for Danny Syvret.

Brad Schrae of the Tennessean writes about part-owner William Del Biaggio’s filing for bankruptcy.

Philadelphia: The Philadelphia Inquirer writes about the minor deal the Flyers made with the Oilers Friday. (more...)

Martin Latal signed with HC Sparta Praha of the Czech Extraleague.

Pittsburgh: Kevin Gorman of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writes that for the first time, Marian Hossa has hinted at taking less money if it means a chance to win a Cup. (more...)

San Jose: Dimitri Patzold signed with Vityaz Podolsk of the Russian League.

Signed Tim Stapleton from the Finnish League… Kevin McGran of the Toronto Star writes that Ron Wilson is still pondering the Leafs’ coaching offer. (more...)

What’s on tap…

NHL Draft scheduled for June 20 in Ottawa.

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