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Bailey’s Daily: Young Flyers shining; Parise returns?

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Bobby Brink lead the way as the Philadelphia Flyers defeated the Washington Capitals on Thursday. (Photo: AP)

In today’s Bailey’s Daily, we’ll be talking Philadelphia Flyers stories, news, highlights, and more from Thursday night and Friday.

Flyers News

  • The Philadelphia Flyers just can’t stop winning, can they? A 4-3 shootout win over the Washington Capitals gave them at least a point in each of their last seven games, extending a season-long streak even further. [Flyers recap]
  • If you’re worried about the rebuild or Danny Briere, don’t be. Briere insists the Flyers will be A-OK. [Carchidi Column]
  • Bobby Brink and Sam Ersson played hero for the Flyers in that win, and as they’ll tell it, it all came from some practice shenanigans. Getting a win just from two young players goofing around has to be a very encouraging sign for the future of this team. [PhHN+]
  • Speaking of PhHN+ stories, we’re making a commitment to getting this subscription-based content back out there. I’m not going to force it on anyone, but the best stories can be found here. After a month of transition, it’s time to honor the commitments made by loyal readers who support us. At the same time, we’re out to prove that there’s no better place for Flyers content than Philly Hockey Now.
    • With a yearly membership, you receive: unlimited access to PhHN+ stories; an ad-free experience, and access to other paywalled stories across the entire National Hockey Now network. You may also use code “Jon10” to save $10 on a yearly subscription. [Flyers mock draft]
  • Lastly, the Flyers are going to be taking on Patrick Kane for the first time since he became a Detroit Red Wings player. Carter Hart is sick again, which means Ersson will start his third straight. [Flyers preview]

NHL News from National Hockey Now

  • Montreal Hockey Now’s Marc Dumont released the newest Montreal Canadiens prospect power rankings, and for the first time in nearly six months, the Canadiens had a new No. 1 prospect. Click the link to find out who that might be. [Montreal Canadiens]
  • The Colorado Avalanche’s Tomas Tatar experience lasted just 27 games, or 94 days. The Avalanche traded Tatar to the Seattle Kraken for a 2024 fifth-round pick on Friday night. [Colorado Avalanche]
  • According to multiple reports, it appears that former New York Islanders winger Zach Parise indeed intends to play again this season. Parise, 39, must sign with a team before March 8 in order to play in the playoffs. [New York Islanders]
  • New Jersey Devils star Timo Meier has been absent from the scoresheet since his return from injury. Is the right fit for him in the lineup sitting under everyone’s noses? [New Jersey Devils]
  • Former Florida Panthers goalie Roberto Luongo was inducted into the Vancouver Canucks’ Ring of Honor prior to the game between the two teams on Thursday night. The Panthers, however, lost, 4-0. [Florida Panthers]

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