The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 18

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In his blog, Sam McCaig writes about hit and miss UFA signings of the summer of 2008.

Rory Boylen writes about teams he can’t wait to see hit the ice, in his blog.

News and Views…

Atlanta: The Atlanta Journal and Constitution reports on the signings of Marty Reasoner and Brett Sterling. (more...)

Calgary: Scott Cruickshank of the Calgary Herald writes that Jamie Lundmark is grateful to be given another opportunity in the NHL. (more...)

Montreal: Pat Hickey of the Montreal Gazette writes about the beginning of Max Pacioretty’s pro career. (more...)

Nashville: Jessica Hopp of The Tennessean writes that Alexander Radulov is in Russia and scheduled to open training camp with Ufa Friday. (more...)

New Jersey:
Signed Chad Wiseman, Jon DiSalvatore and Jay Leach.

New York Rangers: John Dellapina of the New York Daily News writes about the ongoing battle between Rangers ownership and the NHL over team websites. (more...)

Ottawa: Ken Warren of the Ottawa Citizen writes about the rumors that Nikolai Khabibulin is coming to the Sens. (more...)

Philadelphia: Ed Moran of the Philadelphia Inquirer preview the Flyers’ prospect camp which starts Sunday. (more...)

Pittsburgh: Joe Starkey of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writes about Michel Therrien’s tenure as head coach of the Pens. (more...)

San Jose: Signed Matt Kinch and Brett Westgarth to one-year deals.

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