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The Preds re-signed Dan Hamhuis, the Avs will be honoring Jarome Iginla’s retirement, and the Caps welcome back a d-man with whom they parted ways only a month ago.

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Nashville Predators News

Nashville Predators Sign Dan Hamhuis to Two Year Deal | On the Forecheck
The Preds did a thing! And it was a good move!

Central Division Roundup

Jets get Tucker-ed, make their Marko | Winnipeg Free Press
Boo this joke. Booooooo.

What We Learned: The Wild are going to be expensive, but will they be good? | Yahoo! Sports
"The gap between Nashville/Winnipeg and the rest of that division is so significant in terms of on-paper quality. . ."

Mmmm...my heart is warm. I won't lie; 90% of the reason I include this article is because of that line.

Colorado Avalanche great Jarome Iginla announces retirement after 21 seasons | Mile High Hockey
Who will step into his place as "Guy Who Scores at a Goal Per Game Rate Against The Preds"?

Dallas Stars: Stars lose defenseman Dan Hamhuis to Nashville Predators | SportsDay
"Hamhuis appeared to be caught in a numbers game for the Stars this offseason, as they have looked for ways to get minutes for young defensemen like Miro Heiskanen and Julius Honka."

They could only have so many "H"-named defensemen on the roster.

Chicago Blackhawks prospect Ian Mitchell is too promising to ignore | Second City Hockey
Neato.

Around the Hockeyverse

Orpik’s team-friendly deal with Capitals one month after trade, buyout raises eyebrows | TheHockeyNews
C'mon, Caps, stop giving Chicago ideas. Oh wait, never mind. Everyone in the Blackhawks organization from Stan Bowman down to the equipment guy has a NTC.

Penguins owner Mario Lemieux lists Quebec castle for $22M | NHL | Sporting News
Anyone wanna make a real estate investment with me? I'm only like $21.999 million short.

NHL stars take turns chirping Jamie Benn, worst tape jobs in hockey - Sportsnet.ca
Man, you can tell it's July 26.