The Hockey News Daily Dish: August 5

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In his blog, Mike Brophy gives a few ideas to Gary Bettman to prolong is reign as commissioner.

In the Rumor Roundup: Will Sundin return? Is Michael Nylander a good fit in Vancouver? And will Tampa Bay search for defense? unveils our logo rankings for the American League.

News and Views…

Boston: Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe writes about Michael Ryder and his goal to be the team’s new-found sniper. (more...)

Signed Colin Murphy and Colton Fretter… Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News writes that Kevin Dineen will be hired as the head coach of the Sabres’ AHL affiliate in Portland. (more...)

Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes about the Hawks’ goaltending tandem. (more...)

Detroit: Hired Brad McCrimmon as an assistant coach. (more...)

Edmonton: Derek Van Diest of the Edmonton Sun writes about the upcoming sophomore seasons for Andrew Cogliano and Sam Gagner. (more...)

Tricia Lafferty of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writes about the hiring of Dan Bylsma as the new coach of the AHL affiliate in Wilkes-Barre. (more...)

San Jose: Re-signed Ryane Clowe to a one-year extension.

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