The Hockey News Daily Dish: July 19

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In The Straight Edge, Ryan Kennedy writes that NHLers have to make sure ot use good judgment away from the rink.

In his blog, Ken Campbell writes about his highlights looking forward to next season’s schedule.

Edward Fraser tackles who the potential free agents are from the Pacific Division in 2009, in his blog.

Ask Adam is tackled by THN staffers who answer questions on Nikita Filatov, the cap and recording time on ice.

The Fantasy Pool Look examines the off-seasons of Minnesota and Montreal from a fantasy perspective.

News and Views…

Atlanta: Signed Angeleo Esposito to an entry-level contract.

Buffalo: Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News writes about the importance of the Ryan Miller contract. (more...)

Carolina: Luke Decock of the Raleigh News and Observer writes about the new black alternate jersey the Canes will unveil in September. (more...)

Chicago: Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes about the Blackhawks convention. (more...)

Edmonton: Signed Jeff Deslauriers to a two-year contract.

Los Angeles: Signed David Meckler to a three-year deal.

Nashville: Jessica Hopp of The Tennessean writes that Alexander Radulov is practicing with Ufa in Russia despite being suspended from international play by the IIHF. (more...)

New York Rangers: Signed Brian Fahey.

Phoenix: Signed Garth Murray to a one-year deal.

Pittsburgh: Tricia Lafferty of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review writes about the three-year extension given to coach Michel Therrien. (more...)

San Jose: David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News writes about new coach Todd McLellan’s settling in and how’s he’s meeting all his new players. (more...)

Tampa Bay: Tom Jones of the St. Petersburg Times wonders if John Tortorella is getting the cold shoulder from other teams with coach vacancies. (more...)

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