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The Hockey News Daily Dish: June 17

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In Campbell’s Cuts, Ken Campbell writes about this week’s events that will have an impact on the future of the game.

In his blog, Mike Brophy writes about the awards you didn’t hear about.

Adam Proteau muses about the NHL awards and women in the Hall of Fame, in his blog.

In the Rumor Roundup: Which Pens will stay and which Pens will go?

News and Views…

Atlanta: Re-signed Johan Hedberg to a multi-year contract… Mike Knobler of the Atlanta Journal and Constitution writes that Chicago Wolves coach John Anderson is still in the running for the vacant head coaching job in Atlanta. (more...)

Boston: Kevin Paul Dupont of the Boston Globe writes that Blake Wheeler is set to sign a contract that’ll make him a Bruin. (more...)

Calgary: Steve MacFarlane of the Calgary Sun writes that the Flames have agreed to terms with Daymond Langkow, but are waiting to leanr what next season’s salary cap is. (more...)

Nashville: Ryan Suter signed a four-year contract with the club.

New York Islanders: Greg Logan of New York Newsday writes Bill Guerin had major shoulder surgery at the end of the season, but is expected to recover in time for training camp. (more...)

Jay Harrison signed in the Swiss league.

Vancouver: Iain Macintyre of the Vancouver Sun writes that Canucks GM Mike Gillis is willing to move his first round pick, but not goalie Roberto Luongo. (more...)

What’s on tap…

NHL Draft scheduled for June 20-21 in Ottawa.

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