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Quick Strikes for Tuesday, October 20th

Hockey quick hits and links for your Tuesday morning.

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  • Tampa Bay Lightning defenseman Victor Hedman returned to practice Monday, and could play in Tuesday's game. [The Score]
  • A report says that Tampa Bay is shopping either defensemen Braydon Coburn or Matt Carle. [The 4th Period]
  • Lightning prospect Brayden Point has been named to Team WHL. [The WHL]
  • There are a lot of players on the Buffalo Sabres roster with siblings who have logged NHL time, including one with a TampaCuse connection. [The Buffalo News]
  • The Columbus Blue Jackets might be looking to continue their long history of scapegoating coaches:
  • Does the Pittsburgh Penguins lineup need a change up? [Pensburgh]
  • Should Brendan Gallagher's goal against the Red Wings on Saturday night have counted? Kerry Fraser weighs in. [TSN]
  • NHL players respond: Which team has the worst home ice? [Puck Daddy]
  • The NHL's new goalie interference review rule has some flaws. [Defending Big D]
  • There's a difference between celebration and disrespect. [BSN Denver]
  • The New York Rangers are losing some games, yes, but this is not the time to panic. [Blue Shirt Banter]
  • AHL Power Rankings: Week 2. [Chirps from Center Ice]
  • An NWHL recap - Beauts & Whale. [Victory Press]
  • Another NWHL recap - Pride & Riveters. [Victory Press]
  • The NWHL is looking for a volunteer broadcaster:
  • Caroline Ouellette has solidified her spot in the CWHL record books, scoring her second goal of the season, and her 250th career CWHL point (in just 126 games played). [Habs Eyes on the Prize]