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Quick Strikes for Thursday, September 29th

Ryan Callahan discusses his foundation, NHL teams report to training camps, and Crunchman gets a facelift, all in today’s Quick Strikes.

World Cup Of Hockey 2016 Final - Game One - Europe v Canada Photo by Dennis Pajot/Getty Images

The Bolts

Ryan Callahan discusses his new foundation that centers around cancer in youth. “Our whole thing is trying to create family memories and moments that are away from the treatment center, away from getting chemo”. Just a great cause. [Sports Illustrated]

The Tampa Bay Lightning have reduced their roster to 53 players. [Tampa Bay Lightning]

Some key players have returned form the World Cup duties. [Tampa Bay Times]

The Crunch

Syracuse mascot Crunchman got a facelift. [Syracuse.com]

And in other minor league affiliate news, the Kalamazoo Wings have acquired goalie Nicola Riopel from the Norfolk Admirals. [Kalamazoo Wings]

The League

Cory Schneider talks World Cup of Hockey and the Devils offseason acquisitions. [Fire and Ice]

The Devils also acquired former Red Wing veteran Kyle Quincey. [Wings Nation]

Trouba to Detroit? Almost. [Winging it in Motown]

An update on the Calgary Flames roster. [Matchsticks and Gasoline]

And some Edmonton Oiler roster changes. [Copper and Blue]

The return of Alex Ovechkin signifies the closing of the World Cup of Hockey. [Russian Machine Never Breaks]

And as always, some Las Vegas news. The guys over at Sin Bin produced a new podcast on “Marketing, Cupholders, Groundbreaking, Debate”, and more. [Sin Bin]