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The Hockey News Daily Dish: Sept. 12

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In Screen Shots, Adam Proteau writes about a rotten lesson taught to him by Mike Brophy.

In Mark Hartigan’s second blog entry from Latvia, he talks about success at a tournament and a long road trip that didn’t go smoothly.

In his blog, Ryan Kennedy writes that Brendan Shanahan has to accept a lesser role if he wants to return to the NHL this season.

Rory Boylen writes about a few players to watch in training camps, in his blog.

News and Views…

Anaheim: Dan Arritt of the Los Angeles Times writes about the start of the Ducks’ training camp. (more...)

Calgary: Steve MacFarlane of the Calgary Sun writes about Jarome Iginla’s excitement for the upcoming season. (more...)

Chip Alexander of the Raleigh News and Observer writes about the, seven-year, $57.75 million contract extension signed by Eric Staal. (more...)

Columbus: Aaron Portzline of the Columbus Dispatch writes that, despite being asked to stay away and rest up for the Traverse City prospects tournament, Nikita Filatov showed up at the rink to watch his future teammates scrimmage. (more...)

Detroit: Dave Dye of the Detroit News writes that Jimmy Howard feels he has something to prove at the prospects tournament in Traverse City since the team signed Ty Conklin. (more...)… Red Wings mobile news is sending text messages to its subscribers, saying Steve Yzerman was coming out of retirement, but this is not true. (more...)

Edmonton: Coming off surgery to his shoulder, Shawn Horcoff is aiming at a point-per-game season, writes Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal. (more...)

Montreal: Red Fisher of the Gazette talks about Patrick Roy and his ups and downs with the Canadiens. (more...)

Nashville: Jessica Hopp writes in the Tennessean that Alexander Radulov may return to the Predators. (more...)

New Jersey: The Record writes that Dainius Zubrus had no problem giving up his old number to newly-acquired Bobby Holik. (more...)

New York Islanders:
Greg Logan from Newsday writes that forward Mike Sillinger is still not ready for training camp and may miss the season opener October 10. (more...)

Ottawa: Ken Warren writes in The Ottawa Citizen that the NHL’s instigator rule may change, but forward Jarkko Ruutu will not change his style of play. (more...)… Chris Stevenson of Sun Media explores how Ruutu will fit in with the Senators this season. (more...)

Philadelphia: reports that Comcast Sportsnet will broadcast all Flyers games in high defintion this season. (more...)… Wayne Fish of Bucks County Courier Times writes that Kimmo Timonen, hurt in Game 5 of the conference finals against Montreal, should be ready for training camp. (more...)

Phoenix: Tyson Nash was named to the Coyotes’ broadcast booth. (more...)

Pittsburgh: Dave Molinari of the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette writes about Penguins prospect and former ECHL star Jean-Michel Daoust. (more...)

St. Louis: Jeremy Rutherford writes in the St. Louis Post-Dispatch that for the Blues’ prospects, the season starts this Saturday. (more...)

San Jose: David Pollak writes on that there may not be a lot of spots available for rookies on the Sharks roster. (more...)

Tampa Bay: Erik Erlendsson writes on his blog that Filip Kuba may have been given the same treatment as former teammate Dan Boyle. (more...)

Toronto: Paul Hunter in The Star reports that Cliff Fletcher is warning fans about “rocky days” in the upcoming season. (more...)… Mike Zeisberger from Sun Media writes that first-round pick Luke Schenn may be ready to play for the Leafs this season. (more...)

Vancouver: Elliot Pap of the Vancouver Sun reports that the Sedins felt positive after their meeting with Canucks GM Mike Gillis. (more...)… Jason Botchford of The Province writes about Alex Burrows' off-season regiment and how the player hopes to improve this season. (more...)


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