Quick Strikes for Friday, November 21

Lots of news about the Syracuse Crunch ahead of the Frozen Dome Classic, a heinous financial crime, and the beginning of NHL All-Star voting make up our Quick Strikes for Friday.

  • Thet Frozen Dome Classic at the Carrier Dome is this Saturday. The game will be between the Syracuse Crunch and the Utica Comets. Crunch owner Howard Dolgon is hoping to set an attendance record. [Sports Illustrated]
  • The Crunch took to the ice of the Carrier Dome to get a feel for the atmosphere and for players to enjoy some time with their families on the ice. [Syracuse Crunch]
  • Crunch players will be skating for Leah Still on Saturday, wearing her name on their jerseys during the pregame warm-up. Leah Still, daughter of Cincinatti Bengals defensive tackle Devon Still, is battling Stage 4 Neuroblastoma. Syracuse.com]
  • Lightning prospect Andrei Vasilevskiy has a really cool goalie mask for Saturday's game. [TheHockey News]
  • Former Bolt Zenon Konopka, who will be a guest at the Carrier Dome on Saturday, is fighting to get his career back on track after receiving a 20-game suspension for violating the NHL's substance abuse program. [Syracuse.com]
  • Columbus Blue Jackets defenseman Jack Johnson is filing for bankruptcy, and the why is upsetting if not disturbing. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • NHL All-Star fan voting began yesterday. A new thing this year is having every NHL player on the ballot. [NHL]