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• NHL’s decision could pave the way for labor peace until 2025. (The Hockey News)
• Blood, sweat, tears and cash: NHL’s Seattle arrival should raise interest in youth hockey — for those who can afford it. (Seattle Times)
• Bob Plager takes Stanley Cup to brother’s final resting place. (NHL.com)
• Capitals GM believes the team will likely have to move someone before the season begins. (Russian Machine Never Breaks)
• Don’t be fooled, September hockey is significant. (Bleedin’ Blue)
• Arizona Coyotes look to esports to widen fan reach. (Phoenix Business Journal)
• Sharks’ Evander Kane addresses racism in hockey, calls for change. (NBC Sports Bay Area)