The Hockey News Daily Dish: Oct. 4

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News and Views…

Anaheim: Dan Arritt of the Los Angeles Times writes that the Ducks sent Bobby Ryan to the American League in a salary cap move. (more...)

Chicago: Chris Kuc of the Chicago Tribune writes that Nikolai Khabibulin won’t practice until a move is made on his future. (more...)



Florida:
Garrett Hylton writes that the team likes the defense pairing of Nick Boynton and Keith Ballard. (more...)

Los Angeles: Dan Arritt of the Los Angeles Times writes about Teddy Purcell’s strong showing at training camp. (more...)



Minnesota:
Michael Russo of the Minneapolis Star-Tribune writes that a new contract with Marian Gaborik before the start of the season is unlikely. (more...)



Nashville:
Jessica Bliss of The Tennessean writes about a fire that broke out at Jason Arnott’s house. (more...)

New York Islanders: Greg Logan of New York Newsday writes about Rick DiPietro’s return after finishing rehab on a knee injury suffered at the end of last season. (more...)



New York Rangers:
Lynn Zinser of the New York Times writes that the team named Chris Drury its new captain. (more...)

San Jose: Despite an ailing groin, Joe Thornton will be ready for the start of the regular season writes David Pollak of the San Jose Mercury News. (more...)

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