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Quick Strikes for Sunday, December 21

A part-owner of the Florida Panthers corrects a journalist, Adam Erne gets cut from Team USA’s roster, the Calgary Flames put the puck in the wrong net and more.

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  • The Lightning got dominated on Long Island last night and lost their last game in Nassau Coliseum. Andrei Vasilevskiy, however, was outstanding. Here is the recap from the other side. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Ken Campbell said earlier in the week that the Florida Panthers were sending mixed message in regards to the possibility of relocation. The problem? The article seemed to have some factual errors. Doug Cifu, part-owner of the Panthers, would have none of that. [The Sunshine Skate]
  • Lightning prospect Adam Erne was cut from Team USA's roster for the upcoming World Junior Championships. [Lightning Shout]
  • Hey, the Calgary Flames scored a goal on a delayed penalty signal. Wait - what do you mean it went in their own net?! [MediaCrush GIF]
  • There was a pretty scary situation last night in Vancouver, as Jannik Hansen collapsed on the bench and had to be attended to by medical staff. Earlier in the game, Hansen appeared to be left winded by a hit thrown by Dennis Wideman of the Calgary Flames. [Puck Daddy]
  • Nine is a fluke, ten is a streak! The Syracuse Crunch will head into the Christmas break riding a 9-game winning streak. The team hopes it can continue its winning ways after a little five-day break. [Syracuse.com]
  • "Create your own definitions. Create your own limits. Talk about women in hockey as hockey players and hockey managers and hockey coaches. Define women's hockey games as hockey games. Take the power you've been given and make the mainstream media resist you." [Puckology]