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Quick Strikes for Friday, September 12

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The end of 24/7, a former Bolt invited to Toronto Maple Leaf camp, and notes on some Lightning prospects headed to the rookie tournament in Nashville in your Friday morning links.

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  • Want a signed Radko Gudas jersey, and to help a good cause at the same time? There's one up for auction with the proceeds going to help build a medical facility in Uganda. [Ebay]
  • Gordie Howe's autobiography has an interesting story about what might have been the first woman to run an NHL franchise, all the way back in the 1950s. [Kukla's Korner]
  • 24/7 as we know it on HBO is no more; Greg Wyshynski wonders aloud if it might continue to exist in spirit as NHL Revealed. [Puck Daddy]
  • The Toronto Maple Leafs added a couple of left shot defensemen to their training camp roster on tryouts, including a former Bolt, Brendan Mikkelson. [The Hockey News]
  • Which NHL teams sit on leads more than others? Which teams press harder even when they're ahead? [The Committed Indian]
  • Tanner Glass might not have been the best depth option for the New York Rangers. [Save by Richter]
  • Speculation on line combinations for the Tampa Bay Lightning prospects attending the forthcoming prospect tournament in Nashville. [Bolt Prospects]