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NHL Daily: Flyers’ Trade Rumor; Bo Horvat Signs for ‘Too Much’



Kevin Hayes, Philadelphia Flyers
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An NHL team is showing interest in Philadelphia Flyers forward Kevin Hayes, and the New Islanders signed recently acquired center Bo Horvat to an eight-year, $68 million contract that carries an $8.5 million annual cap hit.

“It’s too long and it’s too much money,” cracked Lou Lamoriello, the Isles general manager and the man who negotiated the deal.

For these stories, and much more, check out the links below:

Around the NHL and National Hockey Now

Philly Hockey Now: An NHL team is showing interest in center/left winger Kevin Hayes, according to the well-connected Kevin Allen of Detroit Hockey Now. Philadelphia Flyers.

Philly Hockey Now: The Flyers return to action Monday by hosting the Islanders, starting a four-game homestand that they hope gets them closer in the playoff hunt. Philadelphia Flyers.

Philly Hockey Now: At an All-Star news conference that touched on lots of topics, NHL Commissioner Gary Bettman talked about Ivan Provorov sitting out LGBTQ-themed warmups on Pride Night last month. Philadelphia Flyers.

New York Islanders Hockey Now: GM Lou Lamoriello comically talks about the Bo Horvat deal. New York Islanders.

Colorado Hockey Now: Avs defenseman Bowen Byram will return to the lineup Tuesday against Pittsburgh. He missed three months with a lower-body injury.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: The Penguins have had a disjointed season. GM Ron Hextall made it clear that if players are tuning out coach Mike Sullivan, they will be the ones who go — not the coach. Pittsburgh Penguins.

Florida Hokey Now: Former Flyers defenseman Radko Gudas is leaving a mark with the Panthers. Florida Panthers.

Detroit Hockey Now: Former standout goalie Dominik Hasek, a harsh critic of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, blasted Gary Bettman and the NHL. Detroit Red Wings.

Montreal Hockey Now: Which Canadiens prospects could be dangled in trades? Read on. Montreal Canadiens.

San Jose Hockey Now: The Sharks dealt defenseman Jaycob Megna to the Seattle Kraken for a conditional fourth-round pick in the 2023 draft. Megna, 30, has been Erik Karlsson’s primary partner. San Jose Sharks.

LA Hockey Now: Kevin Fiala has been a great fit for the Kings. He leads Los Angeles with 53 points in 53 games. Los Angeles Kings.

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