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The Hockey News Daily Dish: May 23

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Yesterday’s Action…

No games scheduled.

News and Views…

Carolina: Signed Harrison Reed to an entry-level contract.

Colorado: Adrian Dater of the Denver Post writes about Tony Granato being named head coach of the Avs again. (more...)

Dallas: Chuck Carlton of the Dallas Morning News writes about Co-GM Les Jackson and Brett Hull’s contract extensions and suggests the same is in store for coach Dave Tippett. (more...)

Detroit: Ted Kulfan of the Detroit News writes Johan Franzen likely won’t play Game 1, but will be back this series. (more...)

New Jersey: Re-signed Sheldon Brookbank and Mike Mottau.



Philadelphia:
Ed Barkowitz of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes that Simon Gagne’s health is vastly improving. (more...)

San Jose: Mark Purdy of the San Jose Mercury News writes about Joel Quenneville spottings in the city. (more...)



Toronto:
William Houston of the Globe and Mail writes about the dwindling number or newspapers covering the Stanley Cup final. (more...)

Vancouver: The Canucks re-sign coach Alain Vigneault to a one-year extension. (more...)

Washington: Signed prospect Karl Alzner to an entry-level contract. (more...)

What’s on tap…

Stanley Cup final begins Saturday at 8:00 p.m.

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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