The Hockey News Daily Dish: May 18

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Yesterday’s Action…

Dallas 2, Detroit 1 (story/highlights/blog)

- Marty Turco made 38 saves and Joel Lundqvist scored the game-winning goal.

News and Views…

Memorial Cup: Donna Spencer of the Toronto Star writes about Spokane's OT triumph over Belleville. (more...)



World Championship:
Niklas Backstrom led Finland to a bronze medal win over Sweden. (more...)

Ken Campbell writes that Teemu Selanne has retired from international play. (more...)

Buffalo: Ryan Miller talks to Bucky Gleason of the Buffalo News about changing goalie equipment size this summer. (more...)



Detroit:
Bob Wojnowski of the Detroit News writes about the sudden series the Western final took Saturday with a Dallas win. (more...)

New York Rangers: Larry Brooks of the New York Post writes Glen Sather is expected to sit down and talk with Jaromir Jagr’s agent about a new contract this week. (more...)

Philadelphia: Tim Panaccio of the Philadelphia Inquirer writes the Flyers all full of confidence heading into Game 5 Sunday. (more...)

Pittsburgh: Signed Kevin Veilleux to an entry-level contract… Rob Rossi of the Pittsburgh Tribune-Review defends the team’s defensive shutdown play. (more...)

What’s on tap…

Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, Game 5, 3:00 p.m.

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