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The Hockey News Daily Dish: Sept. 23

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In Campbell’s Cuts, Ken Campbell writes it won’t be long before one of Detroit’s upper management gems leaves for a GM job elsewhere.

Jay Feaster is back blogging for and will share his views.

In his blog, Adam Proteau interviews Mike Richter about a possible future in politics.

In the Rumor Roundup: When will Schneider get dealt? Will O’Sullivan hold out from Kings? And no interest in Khabibulin.

News and Views…

Anaheim: Helene Elliott writes in the Los Angeles Times that Mathieu Schneider is ready to show up to Ducks camp if a trade isn’t imminent. (more...)… Dan Wood of the Orange County Register writes that after sitting out the first three scrimmages to recover from an April knee surgery, Brendan Morrison will play Tuesday. (more...)

Atlanta: The Thrashers prospects beat the Predators prospects without Zach Bogosian, who is recovering from a hip flexor, but should return to the ice Tuesday, writes Mike Knobler of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution. (more...)

Boston: Fluto Shinzawa of the Boston Globe writes about Patrice Bergeron’s nervous return to NHL action for the first time since suffering a severe concussion October 27, 2007. (more...)

Buffalo: John Vogl of the Buffalo News writes about the team splitting up Henrik Tallinder and Toni Lydman on defense. (more...)

After having to sit out Sunday’s practice with a wrist injury, Zach Boychuk was cleared to return Monday. (more...)

Chicago: Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes about the jobs being fought for by the young Hawks in camp. (more...)

Colorado: Adrian Dater of the Denver Post writes about Andrew Raycroft’s goal to improve and his solid start in scrimmage. (more...)

Dallas: Tracey Myers of the Forth Worth Star Telegram writes that Mark Fistric wants a shot on the team’s penalty kill. (more...)

Los Angeles: Helene Elliott of the Los Angeles Times writes about Jason LaBarbera’s off-season diet and how it prepared him for the season. (more...)

Minnesota: John Shipley of the St. Paul Pioneer Press writes that it’s time for a decision to be made on the future of Marian Gaborik. (more...)

Nashville: Jessica Hopp of The Tennessean writes about the new communication devices being adopted by the Predators coaching staff, inspired by the NFL’s Tennessee Titans. (more...)

New York Islanders: Greg Logan of the New York Newsday writes that Doug Weight is happy to have a chance on Long Island. (more...)

New York Rangers: Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes about Henrik Lundqvist’s shaky knees. (more...)

Philadelphia: Sam Carchidi of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes about the impression first-rounder Luca Sbisa is leaving the team with early. (more...)

Pittsburgh: Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writes that Ryan Malone felt ‘no love’ in contract talks with the Penguins. (more...)

St. Louis: Norm Sanders of the Belleville News-Democrat writes that Erik Johnson’s right knee injury will get a second opinion Tuesday. (more...)

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