Quick Strikes for Tuesday, October 13th

Hockey news, links, and more in this morning's edition of Quick Strikes.

  • Audio highlights from the Lightning's decisive win yesterday over Boston have been collected. [Picosong]
  • Speaking of Boston, there's a report out that the Bruins are "quietly" shopping veterans Zdeno Chara and Brad Marchand. [NBC Sports]
  • Syracuse Crunch forwards Mike Blunden and Philippe Paradis both scored in their first game back with the team this past Saturday after suffering identical injuries in two successive games last season. [Syracuse.com]
  • The Crunch's headshot day was yesterday. Team Captain Mike Angelidis is looking fierce. [Instagram]
  • Crunch fans have a lot to look forward to this Saturday when Syracuse hosts the Binghamton Senators. [SyracuseCrunch.com]
  • Robby Fabbri of the St. Louis Blues will be out of the lineup indefinitely with a concussion. [The Score]
  • The Pittsburgh Penguins are struggling, and bloggers are starting to dissect the reasons why. First up with his ideas on the topic is Eric Bowser. [Pensburgh]
  • A New York Islanders fan celebrated a goal by shaking his kid over his head. Probably not the best idea. [SBNation]
  • Scott Bartlett, an NHL Player Agent with Sports Consulting Group, explains some of the advice he gives to younger players in General Fanager's latest CBA Shorts video. [YouTube]
  • The start of a new AHL season has brought the California teams into focus again. Jack Hamar wonders if the league should expand further, and, if so, where the best location might be. [Sonics Rising]
  • One blogger's view of where all 30 AHL teams rank after week 1 has been released. [Chirps from Center Ice]