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Quick Strikes for Thursday, September 15th

A Tyler Johnson interview, Cory Schneider gets superstitious, and some expansion news, all in today’s Quick Strikes.

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The Bolts

  • Tyler Johnson reflects on his recent wrist injury and how it affected his 2015-2016 season. Fully healthy, TJ discusses the excitement of being able to play without any impediments. [NBC Sports]

The Crunch

  • “The fans are going to love our team here”. Isn’t that the idea of being a fan, regardless of the situation? Eh, I digress. A talk with Syracuse Crunch Head Coach Benoit Groulx. [Syracuse.com]

The League

  • Habs Eyes on the Prize simulated the World Cup of Hockey tournament with the new EA Sports NHL 17. [Habs Eyes on the Prize]
  • A preview of the upcoming Nashville Predators rookie camp. An analysis and scouting report on talented young players. Also, meet the Spink twins. Hockey seems to run in their family. [On the Forecheck]
  • With only two weeks of recovery time, Tyler Seguin will be ready to play for the regular season. [NHL]
  • Hockey logos are sacred. If you didn’t know that, now you do. Just ask Devils goaltender Cory Schneider. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]
  • More Vegas expansion news (as always). The new team broke ground on their practice facility. [Las Vegas Review Journal]
  • A Puck Daddy review of the current state of the Boston Bruins. [Puck Daddy]
  • And some NHL trade rumors. This features the good old Habs. [Hockey Rumors]