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The Hockey News Daily Dish: Sept. 8

On the weekend at thn.com:

In his blog, Brian Costello thinks Mats Sundin should only get half a ‘C’.

THN editor Jason Kay asks the readers who they want to write in the pages of The Hockey News, as senior writer Mike Brophy is set to move on.

News and Views…

Edmonton: Jim Matheson of the Edmonton Journal writes that Georges Laraque endorses Zack Stortini’s style of play. (more...)

Carolina: In Lord Stanley’s Blog, Chip Alexander asks the readers: What does coach Peter Laviolette do well and what does he need to improve on? (more...)

Dallas: Mike Heika of the Dallas Morning News writes that the co-GM situation in Dallas can now be considered a success. (more...)

Detroit: Dave Dye of the Detroit News writes that Tomas Holmstrom is fine after taking a puck in the face at an informal team skate. (more...)

Nashville: John Glennon of The Tennessean writes that newcomer Patric Hornqvist is enjoying the smaller North American ice surfaces. (more...)

New York: Jeff Klein of the New York Times interviewed KHL president Alexander Medvedev about the new realities of the hockey world. (more...)

Tampa Bay: Erik Erlendsson of the Tampa Tribune writes about John Tortorella’s comments about the new Lightning owners. (more...)

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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