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The Hockey News Daily Dish: Oct. 6

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Yesterday at thn.com:

In his blog, Sam McCaig runs down a few players who could bounce back this season.

Jason Kay gives an early distant warning to the Buffalo Sabres, in his blog.

The Fantasy Pool Look examines training camps to help you in your pool.

News and Views…

Buffalo: Mike Harrington of the Buffalo News writes that as the season is set to begin, the Sabres’ captaincy is still unclear. (more...)

Carolina: Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News and Observer writes about Tuomo Ruutu’s injury recovery. (more...)



Columbus:
Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Post-Dispatch writes about the future of youngster Nikita Filatov. (more...)

Detroit: George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press writes that Marian Hossa missed the last pre-season game with a groin injury. (more...)



Edmonton:
Thanks to a strong showing in the final game, Jeff Drouin-Deslauriers is making the Oilers start the season with three goalies. (more...)



Minnesota:
John Shipley of the St. Paul Pioneer Press writes that Colton Gillies is in a good position to make the team. (more...)

Nashville: Brad Schrade of The Tennessean writes that William Del Biaggio cost the team millions, but the Preds are still in good financial shape. (more...)



Vancouver:
Elliott Pap of the Vancouver Sun writes that the Canucks signed first-round pick Cody Hodgson. (more...)

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