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The Hockey News Daily Dish: Sept. 3

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Sam McCaig analyzes the Tampa-Ottawa trade in his blog.

In the weekly Hot List, Ryan Kennedy examines 10 players he can't wait to see in the NHL someday.

In his blog, Ken Campbell wonders if Bryan McCabe can bounce back in Florida.

Adam Proteau answers your questions in THN's mailbag column, Ask Adam.

News and views from the world of hockey...

Don Brennan reports legendary OHL coach Brian Kilrea will retire after this season.

Pat Quinn will coach Canada at the World Junior Championship.

Jason Macneil details a charity game taking place with Hollywood and NHL stars this week in Toronto, highlights actor Tim Robbins.

Anaheim – Dan Wood explains why Teemu Selanne continues to wait.

Colorado – Joe Sakic talks about why he needed time to decide his future.

Columbus - Aaron Portzline looks at the Jackets rookie camp.

Detroit – Helene St. James writes Marian Hossa will arrive in Detroit Friday. The Wings will need to deal a defenseman before the season begins, says Dave Dye.

Florida – Jim Matheson talks to Jay Bouwmeester about the McCabe trade.

Los Angeles – In his blog, Rich Hammond looks at Matt Ellis and Marty Jones preparing for the Kings training camp.

Nashville – John Glennon reports on the Nashville Predators suspending KHL defector Alexander Radulov.

OttawaAcquired Ryan Shannon from Vancouver for Lawrence Nycholat.

St. Louis - Jeremy Rutherford discusses the maturation of David Perron.

Toronto – Kevin McGran details the new Leafs blueline. Tim Wharnsby of the Globe and Mail writes how Mats Sundin is still struggling with his retirement decision. Damien Cox says the McCabe deal was a bad one for the Leafs. Mike Zeisberger reports on a Sundin press conference...for

Washington – Will retire Mike Gartner’s No. 11.

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