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NHL Daily: Horvat Solid in NYI Debut vs. Flyers; Top 64 Draft Prospects

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Bo Horvat, Noah Cates, Philadelphia Flyers
Bo Horvat (left) and the Flyers' Noah Cates battle for the puck in Monday's game, won by the Islanders, 2-1. Photo: AP.

Bo Horvat didn’t score, but made a solid debut for the New York Islanders in their workmanlike 2-1 win Monday over the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center.

While the Isles were gaining ground in the playoff chase, the Flyers continued to struggle at home. They actually have a higher points percenctage on the road.

Meanwhile, prospects expert Marco D’Amico of Montreal Hockey Now released a comprehensive list of the top 64 players in this June’s draft.

For these stories, and much more, see our links below:

Around the NHL and National Hockey Now

Philly Hockey Now: The Flyers’ top three lines failed to score as they dropped a 2-1 decision to the visiting New York Islanders. The Flyers’ power play is 0 for 10 over the last four games. Philadelphia Flyers.

Philly Hockey Now: When you look at the stats, it’s amazing the Flyers are only six points out of a playoff spot. Philadelphia Flyers.

New York Islanders Hockey Now: Bo Horvat admitted to being “really nervous” in his Islanders debut. He played well as the Isles nipped the host Flyers, 2-1. New York Islanders.

Montreal Hockey Now: Check out the list of the top 64 draft picks in the June NHL draft. The No. 1 pick is easy, of course. Montreal Canadiens.

Washington Hockey Now: Former Flyers winger Nic Aube-Kubel and his Capitals teammate, Anthony Mantha, have had a bond since being together in juniors. Sammi Silber has the story. Washington Capitals.

San Jose Hockey Now: Is veteran goaltender James Reimer the next player who is traded b the Sharks? San Jose Sharks.

Boston Hockey Now: San Jose winger Timo Meier is a hot player on the trade market. Will the Bruins bite? Joe Haggerty has the story. Boston Bruins.

Pittsburgh Hockey Now: Winger Josh Archibald could help the Penguins’ bottom six. Pittsburgh Penguins.

Florida Hockey Now: Florida’s good feelings from 7-1 win Monday over Tampa Bay were tempered by an injury to captain Sasha Barkov. Florida Panthers.

Detroit Hockey Now: The Red Wings’ Dylan Larkin is trying to block out contract talks. Detroit Red Wings.

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