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Quick Strikes for Sunday, July 3

All the news that’s fit to publish.

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The wheeling and dealing continued on Day 2 of free agency, although nowhere near close to the pace of the first day. Understandably so. We’ve got you covered with all the latest news, the end of the Lightning prospects camp and more.

  • Team Killorn wins the 3-on-3 development camp. [lightning.nhl.com]
  • Said prospects hit the range.
  • Hear Steve Yzerman comments on the Lightning’s recent signings.
  • The Lightning extend Kristers Gudlevskis for another year. Can you taste the rainbow? [Today’s Slapshot]
  • The battle in the Sunshine State continues to get tougher thanks to the Panthers’ additions. [NHL.com]
  • Brett Connolly is onto his third time in three years, this time to the Washington Capitals. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]
  • The Caps hope they’ve found a gem in Connolly. [The Washington Post]
  • We’re not the only ones wondering why Dave Andreychuk keep missing the cut to the Hall of Fame. [Vice Sports]
  • Grading all the big free agent deals: The Lightning get an A for locking up Victor Hedman. [SB Nation]
  • More winners and losers of free agency. Hint: The Lightning are winners. [Sports Illustrated]
  • After being predictably quiet on the first day of free agency, the Anaheim Ducks bring back Nate Guenin. [Anaheim Calling]
  • The Maple Leafs added a defenseman in Roman Polak. [Pension Plan Puppets]
  • Kyle Okposo, who was receiving heat on Twitter for thanking his new team but not his old one, cleared up the air.
  • A Canadiens fan returns PK Subban jersey with a message. [SB Nation]
  • How the Canadiens can maximize Shea Weber’s game. [Eyes on the Prize]
  • An ode to Shea Weber. [On the Forecheck]
  • David Krejci’s days as a Boston Bruin may be numbered. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]
  • Under Mike Babcock, Matt Martin wants to bring more to the table than just fighting. [NHL.com]
  • PA Parenteau who, on John Tavares’ wing, scored 160 points in two seasons, wants to find that magic touch again and signed a one-year contract to return. [Lighthouse Hockey]
  • The Red Wings have too many forwards and too few defensemen. [Winging It In Motown]
  • The Albany Devils have lost four of their top scorers from last season. Because free agency. [Thoughts Inside the Box]