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Quick Strikes for Monday, October 20

In this edition of Quick Strikes: Audio and video from the Syracuse Crunch win over the Binghamton Senators on Saturday, thoughts on Daniel Alfredsson’s possible retirement, what when into Ryan Callahan’s decision to stay in Tampa, and more.

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  • It was an easy decision for Ryan Callahan to re-sign with the Tampa Bay Lightning. [The Province]
  • Here is some audio reaction from the Syracuse Crunch's win over the Binghamton Senators game on Saturday, including the Shootout Show, featuring Jonathan Drouin. [SoundCloud]
  • During the first intermission of the game against Binghamton, Crunch alternate captain J.P. Cote talked about the team's time in France during the preseason and the new improvements to War Memorial Arena. [YouTube]
  • Crunch rookie Joel Vermin talked about his first AHL goal on Saturday, as well as the adjustments he has had to make since coming over from Europe to play for Syracuse. [YouTube]
  • The Crunch has released a great intro video for the 2014-15 season. [YouTube]
  • Our friends over at Silver Seven Sens shared how they would feel if Daniel Alfredsson retired. Alfredsson left the Senators prior to last season after 17 years with the team to join the Detroit Red Wings. [Silver Seven Sens]
  • Fans at Rexall Place sang the Canadian national anthem to twelve new Canadian citizens after they were sworn in prior Edmonton Oilers game Friday as part of Canada's Citizenship Week. [Edmonton Journal]