Quick Strikes for Saturday, November 22

What is the CWHL? News about two former Senators captains, video of an amazing 11-year-old hockey player, broadcast information on tonight's Frozen Dome game in Syracuse and more.

  • The Canadian Women's Hockey League has grown immensely in popularity lately and it's pretty cool to watch. [Stanley Cup of Chowder]
  • It seems Jason Spezza has decided on a home in the Lone Star State. The former Ottawa Senators captain is set to sign a four-year, $30 million contract extension with the Dallas Stars. [CBS Sports]
  • Another former captain of the Senators, Daniel Alfredsson, has decided to call it quits after nagging back problems just couldn't be licked. [Pro Hockey Talk]
  • The Sens, meanwhile, made a (very touching) transaction of their own. General manager Bryan Murray signed 14-year-old Jonathan Pitre, who is affected by a rare disease, to a one-day scouting contract. [Puck Daddy]
  • Move over, StubHub. There is a new site out there that focuses specifically on seats in luxury suites. [SuiteHop]
  • A new six-inch helmet cam could change the way fans watch hockey games. There is a video included and it's pretty cool. [The Hockey News]
  • This 11-year-old from Japan makes moving on skates and stickhandling look easy. [The Hockey News]
  • Just when you thought it couldn't get any worse for the Columbus Blue Jackets, Sergei Bobrovsky let in a goal like this one. Ouch. [SB Nation]
  • Embattled Los Angeles Kings defenseman Slava Voynov is being put on LTIR while his legal situation is worked out. [News Observer]
  • The Frozen Dome game will be shown live in Central New York at 7 p.m. tonight. It'll be replayed on NHL Network at 1 p.m. on Sunday. [Syracuse.com]