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Quick Strikes for Sunday, September 20

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Contracts, jersey changes, and more on Joshua Ho-Sang in today's edition of Quick Strikes.

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  • Erik Condra is making impressions - and fans - at training camp. [Tampa Bay Times]
  • New book "Chasing the Dream," which features the AHL and heavily focuses on the Crunch, has a completed draft:
  • The NHL has asked Adidas to make jerseys more form fitting - and more importantly, Adidas said yes! [Puck Daddy]
  • What are the odds that other Subban brother (no, not Malcom) makes the big leagues? It's a long shot, but Jordan Subban has impressed so far. [Canucks Army]
  • The AHL Texas Stars (Dallas Stars affiliate) finish their rebranding with a new jersey look. Very stylish, in my opinion. [100 Degree Hockey]
  • All eyes are on Michel Therrien with the Montreal Canadiens this season. Could this (finally) be his make or break year? [Habs EOTP]
  • CONTRACT ANNOUNCEMENT!! Oh wait, not the one we're all waiting for. But still important - the Edmonton Oilers sign Oscar Klefbom to a 7-year contract. [Copper & Blue]
  • VIDEO: In the return of "The Great American Hockey Show", Joe Haggerty and Kevin Walsh discuss whether the Bruins will look to add to their defensive core this season, with the name of Winnipeg Jets veteran Dustin Byfuglien mentioned as an option. [CSNNE]
  • USA Hockey name Rich Hansen and Phil Osaer to the staff of USA Hockey's American Development Model [USA Hockey]
  • University of North Dakota freshman goalie Matej Tomek is still healing from an off-season operation. [Grand Forks Herald]
  • VIDEO: Naval Academy Superintendent Vice Admiral Walter E. "Ted" Carter Jr. spent part of his Friday morning playing in a pick-up ice hockey game at McMullen Hockey Arena and scored a goal. [Capital Gazette]
  • Joshua Ho-Sang didn't just get sent back to the OHL from camp - before leaving he was made to run stairs for 3 hours. Also, the gritty details of why no one woke him up. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • Relatedly, Niagara Ice Dogs general manager Marty Williamson spoke on the matter. (He would be Ho-Sang's OHL GM) [Lighthouse Hockey]