The Hockey News Daily Dish: August 27

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Yesterday at thn.com:

In part two of his blog about being an NHL goalie, David Littman provides tips and suggestions on dealing with coaches.

In his blog, Rory Boylen writes about the Logo rankings and tournament.

In the Ask Adam mailbag: Will Shanahan go to St. Louis? Is Sundin worth $10 million cap hit for Vancouver? What will Boston do with all their goalies?

In The Hot List, a roundup of players we can’t wait to see in NHL jerseys, Ryan Kennedy profiles the Windsor Spitfires’ Taylor Hall.

News and Views…

Calgary: Randy Sportak of the Calgary Sun writes that Mike Cammalleri is happy to be playing in Canada again. (more...)

Columbus: The Blue Jackets will honor their late founder John H. McConnell by wearing a patch on their sweaters and having the logo appear throughout the arena. (more...)

Phoenix: Jim Gintonio of the Arizona Republic writes that the Coyote players aren’t worried about the team’s defense. (more...)… Mikkel Boedker is excited about his future with the Phoenix organization. (more...)

St. Louis: Jeremy Rutherford of the St. Louis Post-Dispatch writes that Brady Boyes could become a target of opposing defenses after scoring 43 goals last season. (more...)

Toronto: Terry Koshan of the Toronto Sun wonders what’s on Mats Sundin’s mind? (more...)

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