The Hockey News Daily Dish: August 21

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In his blog, Adam Proteau says not to vilify Stefan Legein for deciding to walk away from the game before his career even started.

Ryan Dixon helps new fans with a hockey glossary, in his blog.

The Top 10 counts down the best logos from the Jr. A ranks.

In our second last logo rankings, we unveil the Western League logos.

News and Views…

Detroit: George Sipple of the Detroit Free Press writes about the re-signing of tough guy Aaron Downey. (more...)

John Glennon of The Tennessean writes about how it is becoming easier for Russians to stay at home instead of coming to the NHL. (more...)

New York Islanders: Katie Strang of New York Newsday writes about the style new coach Scott Gordon will employ: Speed and pressure. (more...)

Toronto: Paul Hunter of the Toronto Star writes about Mark Bell’s time on a California prison work crew. (more...)

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