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Tough guys in the spotlight: Wednesday's notes

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Yesterday's NHL news had the tough guys taking center stage. Trade rumors surrounding Dallas captain Brendan Morrow took a hit, while St. Louis sent a banger over to the Eastern Conference trade, and Ottawa locked theirs up for three more years.

All that, and a chance for you enterprising college students to land a gig with the Nashville Predators, follows after the jump...

Nashville Predators News

George Plaster returning to air; new show to be part of statewide network | The Tennessean
The battle for Nashville sports radio listeners will escalate later this month with the reunion of Willy Daunic & George Plaster in the 3-6 p.m. time slot opposite the 3HL.

Ryan Suter says he's sorry for pain he caused Nashville Predators | The Tennessean
...he said while lounging on a bed made of cash.

Day in the community a rewarding experience for Predators prospects - Nashville Predators Examiner
The baby Preds got their taste of community outreach as part of Development Camp.

Broadcasting Internship - Fall - Nashville Predators
So you want to go behind the scenes and see how a Predators broadcast comes together? You college students looking for intern opportunities should check this out.

Around the Wide Wide World of Hockey

Stars GM Joe Nieuwendyk: My plan is for Brenden Morrow to stay with Stars | Dallas Stars Blog
Hmm... throwing cold water on that trade talk from yesterday?

Tampa Bay Lightning acquire B.J. Crombeen from St. Louis Blues - Raw Charge
The Blues send a tough guy to Tampa in exchange for draft picks.

Senators sign Chris Neil to three-year extension - Silver Seven
Meanwhile, the Sens sign their chief mucker to a new contract.

Jamie Langenbrunner Signs 1-Year Deal With Blues -
St. Louis brings back the veteran checker.

The L Word: Why I don’t think we will see another lockout | Jerseys and Hockey Love
James lays out some reasonable demands from each side of the negotiation. In addition, I tend to think that an earlier path to unrestricted free agency could be something the players would like, and the owners would be willing to give up.

KuklasKorner : Report- Niklas Hagman Signs With Lokomotiv Yaroslavl
Wow, a pretty decent NHL player flying the coop.

PHOTO: Brad Richards appears in 'ESPN The Magazine' Body Issue -
And since he's already playing in New York, he can grab a spot in the cast of "Oh! Calcutta!" in case there's a lockout.

Fixing NHL Network's Eternal Summer Of Reruns -
It's an old idea, but a goodie.